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Brad Tyson

Antioch University Seattle

I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. Having traveled extensively, I believe this area to be the most beautiful corner of the planet. Originally a marine biology major in college, I continue to follow my passion for the ocean as an avid swimmer, beachcomber and scuba diver. I also enjoy hiking in the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges.

Educational History

Trained in neuropsychology and neuroscience at the Queens Medical Center in Honolulu, HI

Tyson, B., Erdodi, L., Shahein, A., Kamrun, S., Eckles, M., & Agarwal, P. (2021). Predictors of survival in older adults hospitalized with COVID-19. Neurological Sciences, 1-6.
Tyson, B.T., Agarwal, P., Ray, S., & Erdodi, L. (2020). Altered mental status in 71 deaths due to COVID-19. International Journal of Neuroscience, 1-4.
Agarwal, P., Ray, S., Madan, A., & Tyson, B.T. (2020). Neurological manifestations in 404 COVID-19 patients in Washington State. Journal of Neurology, 1-3. DOI:10.1007/s00415-020-10087-z
Tyson, B.T., Cabrera, L., Scriven, E., Larios, C., Reilly, E., & Kearns, L. (2019). The diagnostic utility of the “attended alone” sign for dementia in patients presenting for neuropsychological evaluation. Journal of Neuroinflammation and Neurodegenerative
Diseases, 2(2), 1-9.
Tyson, B.T. (2019). Brain bytes and ear bites revisited. Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics, 1-5.
Tyson, B.T., Baker, S., Greenacre, M., Kent, K.J., Lichtenstein, J.D. , Sabelli, A., & Erdodi, L.A. (2018). Differentiating epilepsy from psychogenic non-epileptic seizures using neuropsychological test data. Epilepsy & Behavior, 87, 39-45.
Zuccato, B., Tyson, B.T., & Erdodi, L.A. (2018). Early bird fails the PVT? The effects of timing artifacts on performance validity tests. Psychological Assessment. DOI:10.1037/pas0000596
Erdodi, L.A., Tyson, B.T., Abeare, C.A., Zuccato, B.G., Rai, J.K., Seke, K.R, … & Roth, R. M. (2018). Utility of critical items within the Recognition Memory Test and Word Choice Test. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, 25(4), 327-339.
Erdodi, L.A., Seke, K., Shahein, A., Tyson, B. T., Sagar, S., & Roth, R. M. (2017). Low scores on the Grooved Pegboard Test are associated with invalid responding and psychiatric symptoms. Psychology & Neuroscience,10(3), 325-344.
Erdodi, L.A., Abeare, C.A., Lichtenstein, J.D., Tyson, B.T., Kucharski, B., Zuccato, B.G., & Roth, R.M. (2017). WAIS-IV processing speed scores as measures of noncredible responding – The third generation of embedded performance validity indicators. Psychological Assessment, 29(2), 148-157.
Erdodi, L.A., Tyson, B.T., Shahein, A.G., Lichtenstein, J.D., Abeare, C.A., Pelletier, C.L., … & Roth, R.M. (2017). The power of timing: Adding a time-to-completion cutoff to the Word Choice Test and Recognition Memory Test improves classification accuracy. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 39(4), 369-383.
Erdodi, L.A., Tyson, B.T., Abeare, C.A., Lichtenstein, J.D., Pelletier, C.L., Rai, J.K., & Roth, R. M. (2016). The BDAE Complex Ideational Material – A measure of receptive language or performance validity? Psychological Injury and Law, 9(2), 112-120.
Tyson, B.T., Lantrip, C., & Roth, R.M. (2014). Cerebellar contributions to implicit learning and executive functions. Cognitive Sciences, 9(2), 179-217.
Tyson, B.T., Pham, M.T., Brown, N.T., & Mayer, T.R. (2012). Patient safety considerations in the rehabilitation of the individual with cognitive impairment. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 23(2), 315-334.
Brad Tyson

Adjunct Professor,

Clinical Psychology, PsyD Program


Courses Taught

Clinical Neuropsychology

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