Laura Rabin is an associate professor of psychology. A neuropsychologist by training, her clinical practice consists predominantly of psychotherapy with older adults and the evaluation of cognitive functioning in this population. Rabin's research focuses on the cognitive and neurophysiological changes associated with preclinical stages of dementia. Other interests include the ecological validity of neuropsychological instruments and cognitive remediation of memory and executive dysfunction. Classes taught include Psychology Statistics, Abnormal Psychology, Fieldwork in Psychopathology, Psychology Assessment Techniques, and Cognitive and Behavioral Approaches to Psychotherapy.