Dr. Carol Anderson received her Bachelor’s of Science Degree (B.S.-Psychology, 1993) at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She continued her studies of Experimental Psychology (Behavioral Neurobiology) and Clinical Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) at Brigham Young University, and graduated with a Master’s Degree (M.S.-Psychology, 1994) and Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.-Psychology, 1996).
Dr. Anderson went on to complete a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Yale University (1997). Since her experience at Yale, Dr. Anderson has pursued several career interests. Her work has included Quantitative Neuroimaging (academic research), funded by grants provided by Brigham Young University, Duke University and Ohio State University.
Dr. Anderson has contributed to over 30 research publications on a variety of neuropsychology- related subjects. Research interests include traumatic brain injury (TBI), hypoxic brain injury, dementia, and other cognitive/behavioral disorders.
In addition, Dr. Anderson has served in faculty positions at Weber State University (Assistant Professor) and Brigham Young University – Idaho (Adjunct Professor). Dr. Anderson’s teaching experience includes several academic courses, including:
- Neuroanatomy (Seminar)
- Introduction to Psychology
- Research Design & Analysis
- Introduction to Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
- Experimental Psychology: Research Design
- Child Development
- Theories and Practice of Counseling