1993-5 Post-doctoral training in Clinical Psychology & Neuropsychology, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
1993 Ph.D. Clinical Psychology University of Connecticut
1992-3 Clinical Psychology Internship, Tulane University Medical School Dept. of Psychiatry
1992 M.A. Clinical Psychology University of Connecticut
1988 B.A. Psychology University of Michigan
Dr. Hauck has been with Tulane for 2 years, providing clinical services to children, adolescents and adults at Tulane clinics and the community.
I am interested in neuropsychological assessment and neurocognitive conditions, including neurodevelopmental disorders, concussion, and learning disorders. I work with children, adolescents, and adults with neuropsychological conditions. This includes consultation to area schools, assessment of patients seen at the Tulane clinics, and testing retired football players through the NFL Player Association’s Trust Brain and Body care program.
Hauck, M., Fein, D., Waterhouse, L., & Feinstein, C. (1995). Social initiations by autistic children to adults and other children. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 25, 579-595.
Hauck, M., Fein, D., Maltby, N., Waterhouse, L., & Feinstein, C. (1998). Memory for Faces in Children with Autism. Child Neuropsychology, 4(3), 187-198.