Robert Coben, Ph.D.
Robert Coben, Ph.D., received his doctoral degree in 1991 and has been a licensed psychologist in the state of New York since 1994. He is the Director and Chief Neuropsychologist of NeuroRehabilitation and Neuropsychological Services. His post-doctoral training in clinical and rehabilitation neuropsychology was done at the UCLA Medical Center and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in California.
His experience in rehabilitation neuropsychology includes directing two separate inpatient neurorehabilitation programs. He is the former director of inpatient and outpatient brain rehabilitation at Staten Island University Hospital. He is an affiliate of Winthrop University Hospital and an affiliated researcher of NYU Medical Center.
Dr. Coben is a member in good standing of the American Psychological Association, International Neuropsychological Society, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research, and the American Association of Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.
He is an associate editor for the Journal of Neurotherapy and Frontiers in Child Health and Human Development. He is also a editorial reviewer for the following journals: Journal of Neurotherapy, Neuroregulation, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Frontiers in Child Health and Human Development, Clinical Neurophysiology, Neuroimage, and Journal of Psychophysiology.
He has edited special issues of journals on EEG Connectivity and more recently as a special topic editor for Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. He was the chief editor on two issues on Applied Neuroscience, Neuromodulation and Neurofeedback. These special issues covered topics related to seizures disorders and autism spectrum disorder. He has also edited a book entitled “Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Techniques and Applications.” His research interests include the study of Neuropsychology and Neurophysiology in the understanding of childhood neurodevelopmental disorders, especially autism, and treatment applications for the same.
Dr Coben has served as the President of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research as well as the President Elect of the International Board of Quantitative Electrophysiology.
Anne Stevens, Ph.D.
Anne Stevens, Ph.D., received her doctoral degree from the University of Memphis in 1995. She has held a license to practice Psychology in the state of Tennessee and currently is licensed in Arkansas, and has practiced in Fayetteville since 1989.
Since 2016, Dr. Stevens has been the President of Integrated Neuropsychological Services, with an expertise in head injury and other disorders related to brain functioning. Her practice encompasses neuropsychological and Quantitative EEG Assessment, as well as treatment, primarily through neurofeedback. She has earned board certification through BCIA in Neurofeedback and the QEEG Certification Board for QEEG Technologist.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Stevens serves on the Scientific Advisory Committee of Neurotopia and the Head Trauma Committee at the University of Arkansas Athletic Department. In 2001, she was also the co-founder of ContreQ, specializing in the assessment and treatment of sport-related concussion.
Dr. Stevens is a member of good standing with the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology and the International Society of Neurofeedback and Research. Additionally, Dr. Stevens also served on the Board of Directors for the International Society of Neurofeedback and Research from 2008 until 2012.
Clinical Research Assistant
Morgan Middlebrooks is a recent graduate from Arkansas Tech University where she
graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology. During her undergraduate career she gained experience working as a teaching assistant for behavioral science oriented research methods classes. Other work experience includes a research assistantship at Dancing Rabbit Eco-Village where she helped collect and manage data. Here at INS, Morgan works as a QEEG Technologist and uses data to compile integrated reports for patients. In addition to those duties Morgan provides technical support in various areas.
Morgan received intensive training from Dr Coben to perform these QEEG technology tasks and was then considered by INS to be competent as QEEG artifact and database analysis. She has worked in concert with the staff at Brain Dx and neuroscientists at the UCLA Semmel Neuroscience Institute in her work at INS.
Clinical Research Assistant/QEEG Technician
Carl Armes graduated from the University of New Orleans with a bachelor’s of science degree in Psychology. During his undergraduate career, he gained experience working a semester in the Stress Physiology in Teens laboratory collecting noninvasive biomarkers to examine the impact of a child’s early environment on their physiology. He subsequently spent two years working in the Developmental Cognitive Affective Psychophysiology laboratory collecting EEG data to examine the neural correlates of self-regulation, where due to his superior work was appointed the lab coordinator. Carl has research experience presenting at the Society for Psychophysiological Research in 2016, and at the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research in 2017. Here at INS, Carl works as a QEEG Assistant and uses artifacted data to compile reports for clinicians.
Malloree graduated with her B.A. in Spanish and International Studies from Arkansas Tech University. During her tenure at Arkansas Tech University, she created and organized a chapter of Active Minds, which promotes positive mental health. She assists Drs. Coben and Stevens with administrative duties such as scheduling and customer service, as well as, with research projects and compiling client reports. Malloree is readily available to assist you with any questions you may have.