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Pediatrics - Psychology

Houston, Texas

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Pediatrics - Psychology
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Mary L. Chapieski, Ph.D.

Mary L. Chapieski, Ph.D. Mary Lynn Chapieski
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Section of Psychology
Baylor College of Medicine

Contact Information
Lynn Chapieski, Ph.D.
6701 Fannin St., Suite 1250
Houston, TX 77030
Clinic Phone (appointment requests): 832-822-5046
Office Phone: 832-822-0977
Fax: 832-825-1717

B.A. University of Montana, Missoula, Mont.

M.A. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio

Ph.D. University of Houston, Houston, Tx.

Internship: Yale Child Study Center, Yale Medical School, New Haven, Ct.

• Texas State Psychology License

Clinical Focus
• Pediatric Neuropsychology

Texas Children's Hospital Neurology Service Website

Research Interests
• Cognitive, behavioral and social consequences of epilepsy and its treatments

Selected Publications
• Chapieski, L., Evankovich, K., Hiscock, M., & Collins, R. (2011) Everyday verbal memory and pediatric epilepsy. Epilepsy & Behavior, 21; 285-290.

• Chapieski, L. (2010). Psychological dysfunction with Sturge-Weber Syndrome in Bodensteiner, J.B. & Roach, F.S. (Eds.) Sturge-Weber Syndrome: 2nd Edition, Mt. Freedom, NJ: Sturge-Weber Foundation.

• Ramocki, M. B., Chapieski, M., McDonald, R.O., Fernandez, F., & Malphrus, A.D. (2008) SCA2 presenting with ataxia, oculomotor apraxia, and regression in childhood . Journal of Child Neurology, 23, 999-1001.

• Huckeba, W., Chapieski, L., Hiscock, M., & Glaze, D. (2008). Math performance in children with Tourette Syndrome: Contribution of IQ, attention and visual-spatial skills. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 30, 410-420.

• Chapieski, L., Brewer, V., Evankovich, K., Culhane-Shelburne, K., Zellman, K. & Alexander, A. (2005). Adaptive functioning in children with epilepsy: Impact of maternal anxiety about epilepsy. Epilepsy & Behavior, 7, 246-252.

Professional Organizations
• American Psychological Society
• International Neuropsychological Society
• Houston Neuropsychological Society
• American Epilepsy Society

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