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Meghan Grubb is a second-year practicum student from Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology. Before starting graduate school, Meghan completed her Master’s of Science in Experimental Psychology at Saint Joseph’s University where she developed age-based invalidity cut-offs for two neurocognitive measures for concussions. Meghan’s research on neurocognitive measures led to an interest in pediatric neuropsychology, which is her area of focus at Widener. At Widener’s Neuropsychological Assessment Center (NAC), Meghan’s practicum placement last year, she learned how to administer, score, and interpret a variety of neuropsychological tests. Besides being highly interested in neuropsychology, Meghan is also interested in the areas of child, adolescent, and family therapy as well as school psychology. While at Widener, she is hoping to become a certified school psychologist.