ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Laszlo Erdodi is an Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of Windsor and a registered clinical neuropsychologist in Ontario. He completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology at Eastern Michigan University, a pre-doctoral internship at the London Health Sciences Center specializing in clinical neuropsychology and a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth in Lebanon NH (USA). His long-standing research interests revolve around psychometrics, performance validity testing in cognitive assessment, and cross-cultural neuropsychology. He developed a novel method for aggregating multiple individual PVTs into a composite measure of performance validity that takes into account both the number and extent of PVT failures, while acknowledging the indeterminate range as a legitimate third outcome of performance validity assessment. The empirical support for the EI model has been rapidly accumulating in recent years.