410 W. Arden Avenue Suite 201, Glendale, CA 91203
· More than 30 years in independent practice
· More than 20 years experience performing Worker's Compensation and Personal Injury evaluations
· Accepted as an expert witness in psychology and neuropsychology in several courts
· Extensive training and experience in psychological assessment
· Directed the Psychological Testing Service of Kaiser Permanente for 11 years
· Taught psychology, psychological testing, and neuropsychology at the graduate level for more than 20 years
· More than 30 professional publications and presentations
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Wayne State University, 1979
M.S. Clinical Psychology, San Diego State University, 1974
B.A. Psychology, University of California Santa Barbara, 1969
Licensure and Certifications
California License PSY 6433
Diplomate, American Board of Vocational Neuropsychology
Diplomate, American Board of Psychological Specialties
Fox, D., Gerson, A., & Lees-Haley, P. Interrelationship of MMPI-2 validity scales in personal injury claims.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1995, 51 (1), 42-47.
Fox, D., Lees-Haley,
P., Earnest, K., & Dolezal-Wood, S. Base rates of post-concussive symptoms in Health Maintainance Organization patients and controls. Neuropsychology,
1995, 9 (4), 606-611.
Axelrod, B.N., Fox, D. D., Lees-Haley, P.R., Earnest, K., Dolezal-Wood, S. (1998). Application of the postconcussive
syndrome questionnaire with medical and psychiatric outpatients. Archives
of Clinical Neuropsychology, 13 (6), 543-548.
Gerson, A. and Fox, D. D. (1999). Boundary
violations: The gray area. American Journal of Forensic Psychology,
Schatz, D., Harder, D., Schatz, M., Harden, K., Chilingar, L., Fox, D., & Hoffman, C. (2000). The
relationship of maternal personality characteristics to birth outcomes and
infant development. Birth – Issues in Perinatal Care. 27(1), 25-32.
Lees-Haley, P. R., Fox, D. D., & Courtney,
J. C. (2001). A comparison of complaints by mild brain injury claimants and
other claimants describing subjective experiences immediately following their
injury. Archives of Clinical
Neuropsychology, 16, 689-695.
Lees-Haley, P. R. & Fox, D. D. (2001) Isn’t everything in forensic neuropsychology controversial? NeuroRehabilitation, Vol 16(4),
2001. Special Issue: Controversies in
neuropsychology. pp. 267- 273.
· Lees-Haley, P. R. & Fox, D. D. (2001). The use and misuse of psychological testing. In J. J. McDonald & F. B. Kulick, Mental and Emotional Injuries in Employment Litigation, 2nd Ed. Washington, DC: Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.
Fox, D. D. & Lees-Haley, P. R. (2002).
MMPI-2 scores fail to correlate with employment status. Journal of Forensic Neuropsychology, 2(2), 53-56.
· Lees-Haley, P. R., Iverson, G. L, Lange, R. T., Fox, D. D., & Allen, L. M. (2002) Malingering in Forensic Neuropsychology: Daubert and the MMPI-2. Journal of Forensic Neuropsychology, 3(1/2), 167-204.
· Lees-Haley, P., Green, P., Rohling, M. L., Fox, D., & Allen, L. M. (2003). Commentary on “The lesion(s) in traumatic brain injury: Implications for clinical neuropsychology”. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18, 574-583.
· Gerson, A. and Fox, D. (2003). Fibromyalgia revisited: Axis II factors in MMPI and historical Data in compensation claimants. American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 21(3), 21-25.
· Fox, D. D., Greiffenstein, M. F., & Lees-Haley, P.R. (2005). Commentary on “Cognitive impairment associated with toxigenic fungal exposure,” Applied Neuropsychology. 12(3), 129-133.
· Greiffenstein, M. F., Fox, D. D. & Lees-Haley, P. R. (2007). The MMPI-2 Fake Bad Scale in Detection of Noncredible Brain Injury Claims. In K. Boone (Ed.), Assessment of Feigned Cognitive Impairment: A Neuropsychological Perspective (pp. 210-238). New York: The Guilford Press.
· Fox, D.D. (2008). Personal Injury Evaluations. In R. Jackson (Ed.), Learning Forensic Assessment (pp. 481-508). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
· Fox, David D. (2010) Equations for prorating the symptom validity scale (FBS) for the 370-item MMPI- 2, The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 24:7, 1238–1242.
· Fox, David D. (In press). SVT failure indicates invalidity of neuropsychological tests. The Clinical Neuropsychologist.