Philip   Gasquoine

Professor  

Office: ECDCR 1.202A
Phone: (956) 665-2155
Email: philip.gasquoine@utrgv.edu

Dr. Philip Gasquoine

  • Areas of Expertise

    • Neuropsychology of bilingualism
    • Behavioral function of the insula and anterior cingulate cortex
  • Education

    • PhD, Neuropsychology, City University of New York, 1983
    • MA, Psychology, Queens College, 1982
    • MS, Psychology, University of Auckland, 1978
    • BS, Psychology, University of Auckland, 1975
  • Currently Teaching

    PSYC 6368 01 - Internship:
    Syllabus
    Course Evaluations
    Textbooks
    PSYC 3353 05 - Physiological Psychology:
    Syllabus
    Course Evaluations
    Textbooks




Selected Publications


  • Philip Gasquoine. "Effects of physical activity on delayed memory measures in randomized controlled trials with non-clinical older, mild cognitive impairment, and dementia participants," Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 40, no. 9 (2018): 874-886.

  • Philip Gasquoine, Amy Weimer, and Arnoldo Amador. "Specificity rates for non-clinical, bilingual, Mexican Americans on three popular performance validity measures," The Clinical Neuropsychologist 31, (2017): 587-597.

  • Philip Gasquoine. "A case of bariatric surgery-related Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome with persisting anterograde amnesia.," Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 32, (July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2017): 610-617.

  • Philip Gasquoine "Historical perspectives on ancient Greek derived "a" prefixed nomenclature for acquired neurocognitive impairment.," Neuropsychology Review 27, (June 2017): 147-157.

  • Philip Gasquoine, Amy Weimer, and Deborah Lawton. "A reply to Bak et al.," Cortex 74, (2016): 318-319.

  • Amy Weimer and Philip Gasquoine. "Belief reasoning and emotion understanding in balanced bilingual and language-dominant Mexican American young children," Journal of Genetic Psychology 177, no. 2 (2016): 33-43.

  • Philip Gasquoine. "Blissfully unaware: Anosognosia and anosodiaphoria after acquired brain injury," Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 26, (2016): 261-285.

  • Philip Gasquoine. "Effects of bilingualism on vocabulary, executive functions, age of dementia onset, and regional brain structure," Neuropsychology 30, (2016): 988-997.

  • Philip Gasquoine. Neuropsychology: Cellular physiology to clinical practice (2nd. ed.). 2016.

  • Deborah Lawton, Philip Gasquoine, and Amy Weimer. "Age of dementia diagnosis in community dwelling bilingual and monolingual Americans," Cortex 66, (2015): 141-145.



Selected Grants and Fellowships


  • Philip Gasquoine. Common, non-central nervous system medical conditions associated with cognitive impairment, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, (May 2010 - May 2010)

  • Philip Gasquoine. Ingroup implicit prejudice against Mexican Americans in the Rio Grande Valley, United States Department of Education, (May 2010)

  • Philip Gasquoine. Theory of mind, emotion understanding, and social development among Spanish- and English-speaking young children in the Rio Grande Valley., (November 8, 2006)

  • Kristin Croyle. Grants for Research and Teaching, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, $3,000.00 (January 2006 - June 2006)

  • Philip Gasquoine. Assessment of Spanish/English bilinguals with possible learning disability: should they be tested in English, Spanish, or both languages?, (April 13, 2006)

  • Philip Gasquoine. Neuropsychological test scores of Spanish/English bilingual adults in the Rio Grande Valley., (January 27, 2006)



Selected Presentations


  • Marlene Orta, Mauricio Yanez, Arnold Amador, Amy Weimer, and Philip Gasquoine. "Failure rates among Non-clinical,Bilingual, Mexican Americans on Neuropsychological Effort Measures," Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, Texas (April 2017)

  • O. Sandoval, Philip Gasquoine, Kristin Croyle, and C. Cavazos-Gonzalez. "Neuropsychological Test Scores of Spanish/English Bilingual Adults in the Rio Grande Valley," The 1st Annual CSBS Conference on Research and Teaching in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Edinburg, TX (February 2007)

Current Courses

PSYC 6368 01 - Internship:
Syllabus
Course Evaluations
Textbooks
PSYC 3353 05 - Physiological Psychology:
Syllabus
Course Evaluations
Textbooks

Previous Courses