About the Woodcock Institute
The Woodcock Institute for the Advancement of Neurocognitive Research and Applied Practice (aka Woodcock Institute) is committed to the interdisciplinary advancement of contemporary cognitive assessment and applying evidence-based research to clinical practice.
What we support
- interdisciplinary research into the cognitive profiles of individuals with diagnosed exceptionalities (learning disabilities, neuropsychological conditions, behavioral and psychiatric disorders, and giftedness),
- the advancement of effective clinical assessment practices and the dissemination of research findings through direct professional development opportunities and publications and applied evidence-based assessment.
Share with us
The Woodcock Institute is funded from the Richard W. Woodcock Endowment Fund at TWU. If you have a personal story about how Dr. Woodcock’s work has positively affected your professional or personal life please take time to share the details. Funds are budgeted annually to the Woodcock Institute for research grants, dissertation awards, and a biannual research conference. TWU is honored to continue the legacy of Dr. Woodcock’s research.
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