Dr. Daniela Wong Gonzalez is a psychologist in supervised practice providing neuropsychological assessment and intervention services to adult and older adult populations. She has experience with a wide range of conditions, including acquired brain injury, neurodegenerative disease, and psychiatric conditions.
Dr. Wong Gonzalez obtained her Ph.D. in Psychology, with a specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology, from the University of Windsor. She completed a residency in Clinical Neuropsychology at Baycrest Health Sciences, and is currently completing a post-doctoral fellowship in the Clinical Neuropsychology Service at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. Her research interests include normal aging, effectiveness of memory interventions, and neuropsychological assessment in culturally diverse populations.
Parlar, M., Spilka, M., Wong Gonzalez, D., Ballantyne, E., Dool, C., King, J., McNeely, H., & MacKillop., E. (in press). You can’t touch this: Delivery of inpatient neuropsychological assessment in the era of COVID-19 and beyond. The Clinical Neuropsychologist.
Wong Gonzalez, D., & Buchanan, L. (2017). A meta-analysis of task-related influences in prospective memory in traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1–15.
Uttl, B., White, C.A., & Wong Gonzalez, D. (2016). Faculty’s teaching effectiveness: Student evaluation of teaching ratings and student learning are not related. Studies in Educational Evaluation. doi: 10.1016/j.stueduc.2016.08.007.
Uttl, B., White, C. A., Wong Gonzalez, D., McDouall, J., & Leonard, C. A. (2013). Prospective memory, personality, and individual differences. Frontiers in Personality Science and Individual Differences, 4 (130).