Anne Ellison

Dr. Anne Ellison

Assistant Professor

Clinical Psychology

Contact Information

Office : PEN 237P

Email : AnneE@usca.edu

Phone : 803-641-8183


Curriculum Vitae

Courses Taught

Dr. Ellison teaches undergraduate Abnormal Psychology, History and Systems Psychology, Introduction to Clinical Psychology, and graduate-level Theories and Techniques of Psychotherapy


Education

Ed.D., Northern Arizona University (Flagstaff, Arizona), 1980, Educational Psychology


Research Interests

Her research covers a range of clinical issues including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. She also serves as chair of Master’s theses.

Dr. Ellison is also Research Coordinator for the Aiken Saratoga WarHorse project, a service for Veterans transitioning back to civilian life using equine therapy.
Saratoga WarHorse project



Publications

Bussing, R., Koro-Ljungberg, M., Gagnon, J., Mason, D., Teeter Ellison, P. A., Noguchi, K., Garvan, C., & Albarracin, D. (2014). Feasibility of School-based ADHD Interventions: A Mixed Methods Study of Perceptions by Adolescents and Adults. Journal of Attention Disorders, DOI: 10.1177/1087054713515747.

Parker, H., Ellison, A., Sherman, G., Frisch, M., Kay, C., Burton, S., & Cerenzia, W. (2012). Improving the diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) patients in primary care utilizing a performance improvement continuing medical education activity (PI CME) activity. CE Measures, (6), 3-12.

Teeter Ellison, P. A., & Goldstein, S. (2006). Poor self control and how it impacts relationships. The CHADD Information and Resource guide to AD/HD (pp. 100-103). Landover, Maryland: Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).

Teeter Ellison, P. A. (2006). Assessing complimentary and controversial interventions. The CHADD Information and Resource guide to AD/HD (pp. 25-27). Landover, Maryland: Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).

Teeter Ellison, P. A. (2006). AD/HD Myths: Science over cynicism. The CHADD Information and Resource guide to AD/HD (pp. 15-20). Landover, Maryland: Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).

Teeter Ellison, P. A. (2006, June). Positive psychology: Hope, strength and optimism. ATTENTION, 19.

Reinemann, D. S., & Teeter Ellison, P. A. (2005).The role of internal and external protective factors in low income, ethnic minority children’s psychological reactions to community violence exposure. Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma, 1(1) 23-45.

Reinemann, D., & Teeter Ellison, P. A. (2004). The applicability of cognitive mediational and moderational models to explain children’s depression inventory factor scores in urban youth. School Psychology Quarterly, 231-252.

Teeter Ellison, P. A. (2003, December). Assessing complimentary and controversial interventions. ATTENTION, 20-21.

Teeter Ellison, P. A. (2003, October). Treatment controversies. ATTENTION, 31-32.

Teeter Ellison, P. A. (2003, June). AD/HD myths: Science over cynicism. ATTENTION, 27-33.

Teeter, P. A., & Goldstein, S. (2002, April). The impact of poor self-control on relationships: Risks, challenges, and solutions for ADHD. ATTENTION, 19-22.

Teeter Ellison, P.A. (2002). Dealing with ADHD misconceptions. Monograph, ADHD: Treating ADHD across all domains of impairment. Hasbrouck, NJ: Veritas Institute for Medical Education.

Teeter, P.A. (2001). Building social skills in children with AD/HD: A multimodal approach. The CHADD Information and Resource guide to AD/HD (pp. 35-37). Landover, Maryland: Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).

Teeter, P.A. (2001). Strategies for adolescents with ADHD: Goal setting and increasing independence. The CHADD Information and Resource guide to AD/HD (pp. 56-58). Landover, Maryland: Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).

Teeter, P. A., Rumsey, R., Natoli, L., Naylor, D., & Smith, R. (2000). Therapeutic interventions to increase social competence in adolescents with impulse control deficits. Journal of Psychotherapy, 1, 49-71.

Teeter, P. A. (1999). Back to school advice for parents of young children with ADHD. Teeter, P. A. (1998). Strategies for adolescents with ADHD. Attention, 4, 35-44.


Teeter, P. A. (1997). Building social skills in children with ADD.
Attention, 4, 16-22. Teeter, P. A. (1996). A review of school psychology: A development and social systems approach. Contemporary Psychology, 41, 37-38.

Teeter, P. A., & Smith, P. L. (1993). WISC-III and WJ-R: Predictive and discriminant validity for students with severe emotional disturbance [Monograph]. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 114-124.

Teeter, P. A. (1991). Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: A psychoeducational paradigm. School Psychology Review, 20(2), 266-280.

Teeter, P. A. (1991). Current issues and controversies. School Psychology Review, 20(2), 161-162.

Teeter, P. A., & Smith, P. L. (1989). Cognitive processing strategies for normal and LD children:A comparison of the K-ABC and microcomputer experiments. Archives of Clinical, Neuropsychology, 4(1), 45-62.

Teeter, P. A., Boliek, C., Obrzut, J., & Malsch, K. (1986). Diagnostic utility of the critical level formula and clinical summary scales of the Luria-Nebraska neuropsychological battery- children’s revision with learning disabled children. Developmental Neuropsychology, 2, 45-62.

Teeter, P. A. (1985). A neurodevelopmental investigation of academic achievement: A report of years 1 and 2 of a longitudinal study. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 53, 709-717.

Teeter, P. A. (1984). Cross validation of the factor structure of the McCarthy Scales. Psychology in the Schools, 12, 158-164.

Teeter, P. A. (1983). The relationship between measures of cognitive-intellectual and neuropsychological abilities for young children. Clinical Neuropsychology, 5(4), 151- 158.

Teeter, A., & Moore, C. L. (1982). Verbal-performance IQ discrepancies and subtest scatter on the WISC-R for Native American learning disabled students. Educational and Psychological Research, 2(1), 1-13.

Teeter, A., Moore, C. L., & Petersen, J. (1982). WISC-R verbal and performance abilities of Native American students referred for school learning problems. Psychology in the Schools, 19, 39-44.

Teeter, A., & Hynd, G. W. (1981). A genesis of the corpus callosum: A developmental study during infancy. Clinical Neuropsychology, 3(2), 29-33.

Teeter, A. (1981, August). A review of the neuropsychological approaches for the assessment of children. Wisconsin School Psychologist, 8-10.

Hynd, G. W., Teeter, A., & Stewart, J. (1980). Acculturation and the lateralization of speech in bilingual Native Americans. International Journal of Neurosciences, 11, 1-7.