Below is a brief review of my professional experience covering only about the last 10 years.  My full experience begins in 1964.  Full curriculum vitae available at bottom of page.

I've been in private practice since 1979.


  • 1977 Ph.D. University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
    Major: Neurological Psychology
  • 1965 M.A. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
    Major: Language Pathology / Learning Disabilities
  • 1964 B.A. Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
    Major: Speech Pathology and Audiology


1996-1999  Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology,
                      University of Washington Health Sciences Center, Seattle, Washington

1980-1996  Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Washington Health Sciences Center,
                      Seattle, Washington


American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN)

American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (ABCN)

American Board of Professional Neuropsychology

American Psychological Association (APA)

American Speech and Hearing Association

Children and Adults with ADD

Community Service Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Council for Exceptional Children

International Neuropsychology Society (INS)

National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN)

Pacific Northwest Neuropsychological Society (PNNS) - President (2008)

Washington Speech and Hearing Association (WSHA)

Washington State Psychological Association (WSPA)


Diplomate in Clinical Neuropsychology, American Board of Professional Psychology

Diplomate in Clinical Neuropsychology, American Board of Professional Neuropsychology

Fellow, National Academy of Neuropsychology

Certificate of Clinical Competence, Amerian Speech and Hearing Association


2012            Transitioning Adolescents to Adulthood. American Academy of Clinical
                      Neuropsychology. Seattle, Washington.

2010            Do Brain - Behavior Relationships Impact Who Commits Crimes? Children’s
                     Justice Conference. Seattle, Washington.

2009           The Goal of Assessment is Appropriate Remediation, Special Education
                     Hearing Officer & Mediator Training. Irvine, California

2008            Detection of Malingering, Disability Evaluations, American Academy of 
                     Psychiatry and the Law. Seattle, Washington.

2007            Testing, Assessment and Learning. Sixth Annual IDEA Academy. Seattle,

2006            Special Education Law: An Introduction to Testing and Evaluation. National
                      Association of Administrative Law Judges. Seattle, Washington.

2006            Disorders of Executive Functions in Children and Adolescents. Fourth World
                     Congress for Neuro Rehabilitation. Hong Kong, China.

2004            Ecological Validity. Pacific Northwest Neuropsychological Society. Seattle, 

2004            Differential Diagnoses of Attention Disorders: Behavioral Manifestations and
                     Confusions. Pacific Northwest Neuropsychological Society, Seventeenth
                     Annual Meeting. Seattle, Washington.

2003            Acquired Brain Injury in Children and Youth: Translating Assessments into
                     Assessments for Learning. Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association. Abbotsford,
                     B.C., Canada.

2002            Executive Functions in Highly Capable Chilren. Soundview School. Lynnwood,

2002            Executive Functioning: What It Is and How to Assess It and Improve It in Medical 
                      Residents. University of Washington, Department of Family Medicine, Family
                      Practice Residency Network, Faculty Development Fellowship. Seattle,


2009   Marlowe, W.B. Experiences of the Language Learning Brain.  Book Review.  The Clinical Neuropsychologist 23: 1085 - 1087.

2007   Marlowe, W. B. Multicultural Issues in the Neuropsychological Assessment of Children. Springer Academic Publishers (in preparation)

2003   Marlowe, W.B., Commentary on Ylvisaker, M. & Feeney, T.: Executive Functions, Self-Regulation and Learned Optimism in Paediatric Rehabilitation: A Review and Suggestions or Intervention. Pediatric Rehabilitation, 6 (1) 57-60.

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