Beth

Elisabeth M. Vogt is a fifth year doctoral student in the Marquette University Clinical Psychology PhD program. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree from Viterbo University in La Crosse, WI. Following her undergraduate education, Elisabeth worked as a psychometrist within the Neuropsychology Department in the Neuroscience Center at the Gundersen Medical Center in La Crosse, WI. Her pre-doctoral clinical experience included biofeedback self regulation therapy and neuropsychological assessment in clinical, acute, psychiatric and rehabilitation units with patients ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics.

She earned her Master’s Degree with a thesis entitled, Invariant Two Component Structure of the RBANS, which utilized principal components analysis and orthogonal vector matrix comparison to evaluate the construct validity of the RBANS across multiple clinical and non-clinical samples.

Elisabeth is currently working on her dissertation which investigates the psychometric properties of performance and symptom validity testing in pediatric clinical, control, and simulated feigning groups. She is currently recruiting 8-to 16-year-old children and a parent/guardian to participate in the study. To view the recruitment flyer click here or email Elisabeth.vogt@marquette.edu for more information.

Clinically, Elisabeth is interested in pediatric neuropsychological evaluation in varied patient populations. She plans to pursue a career as a board certified neuropsychologist conducting research and clinical assessments in an academic medical center.

In her free time, Elisabeth enjoys spending time with her family, going to the theatre, and being outdoors.


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