Kayci Vickers, M.S.

Year: 2013 – Present
Program: PhD in Clinical Psychology
Major Area of Study: Clinical Neuropsychology
Email:  klv45@drexel.edu


M.S. (2016) Drexel University, Clinical Neuropsychology
B.S. (2013) University of Kansas, Major: Behavioral Neuroscience, Minor: Social and Behavioral Sciences Methodology


Council on Brain Injury Research Grant, 2017
Foundation for Rehabilitation Psychology Dissertation Award, 2016
Philadelphia Neuropsychology Society President’s Award, 2016
Drexel University, Provost’s Fellowship Award, 2013-14


Master’s Thesis Title: Effects of Executive Functioning Abilities on Health Regimen Adherence
Dissertation Title: Impact of Compensatory Recommendations on Consistency in Adherence to Behavioral Regimens in TBI

Other Info:

My research interests include neuropsychological barriers to adherence to treatment recommendations and rehabilitation regimens, the utility of ubiquitous technology in neuropsychological assessment, functional assessment after brain injury, and methods of assessing executive functioning in neurologically compromised adults.

Fun Fact:

I love Quentin Tarantino movies.