Broadly, my research interests consist of theoretical neuropsychology and quantitative psychology, including assessment psychometrics and statistical modeling. A secondary research interest is measurement and treatment of subjective distress related to caregiving for dementia patients. I am particularly interested in exploring these constructs within cross-cultural contexts.
My primary clinical interest is neuropsychological assessment of adults with a wide variety of presenting concerns, including but not limited to: neurological or psychiatric disorder, traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular accident, and substance abuse. I am also interested in family and couple psychotherapy for dementia patients and their caregivers. As with my research interests, I am interested in clinical care within cross-cultural contexts or for minority populations.
Balsis, S., Choudhury, T.K., Geraci, L., Benge, J.F., & Patrick, C.J. (accepted). Alzheimer’s disease assessment: A review and illustration focusing on item response theory techniques. Assessment.
Choudhury, T.K., Harris, C., Crist, K., Satterwhite, T., & York, M.K. (2017). Comparative Patient Satisfaction and Feasibility of a Pilot Parkinson’s Disease Enrichment Program (PEP). Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 30, 253-60.
Choudhury, T.K., Davidson, J.E., Viswanathan, A., & Strutt, A.M. (2017). Deep brain stimulation of the anterior limb of the internal capsule for treatment of therapy-refractory obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD): a case study highlighting neurocognitive and psychiatric changes. Neurocase, 23, 138-45.