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Robert Eme

Professor

Office

847-969-4949
reme@argosy.edu

Education

  • B.A. St. Mary of the Lake Seminary, 1965
  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Loyola University of Chicago, 1972

Biography

Robert Eme, PhD, ABPP is a Professor and Clinical Psychology faculty member at The Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Schaumburg.He received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University of Chicago in 1972, and became an American Board of Professional Psychology Diplomate in Clinical Psychology in 1982. Before becoming a faculty member with American School of Professional Psychology, Dr. Eme taught at Loyola University, North Central College, Resurrection Medical Center-Family Practice Center, and Forest Institute of Professional Psychology. His current teaching areas are Child and Adolescent Development, Cognitive Assessment, and special electives such as Diagnosis and Treatment of ADHD and Assessment of Learning Disabilities. Dr. Eme has extensive clinical experience as a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice, inpatient, and outpatient settings, with an emphasis on assessment for ADHD. Dr. Eme has numerous journal articles and professional presentations to his credit, most recently in the areas of ADHD and Male Life Course Persistent Anti-Social Behavior.

Expertise

  • Assessment and Treatment of ADHD
  • Assessment of Learning Disabilities

Selected Publications

  • Eme, R. (2011). Adolescent Substance Use Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A literature review. In R. Clarke (Ed.), Antisocial behavior: causes, correlations and treatments, (pp. 105-118). New York: Nova Science Publisher, Inc.
  • Eme, R. (2011). Response on Eme, R. (2011). Sluggish Cognitive Tempo. The School Psychologist, Spring, 1-17
  • Eme, R.. (2011). Sluggish cognitive Tempo. The School Psychologist, Winter, 7-10.
  • Eme, R. (2010). Male life-course-persistent antisocial behavior: the most important pediatric mental health problem: Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 164, 486-487.
  • Eme, R. (2009). Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and the family court. Family Court Review, 47, 650-664. .
  • Eme, R. (2009). Male life-course persistent antisocial behavior Aggression and Violent Behavior, 14, 348-358.
  • Eme, R. (2009). Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and correctional health care. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 15, 5-18.
  • Eme, R. & Hurley, P. (2008). ADHD and the Criminal Justice System, 2nd edition. Charleston, SC: Book Surge
  • Eme, R. (2008). ADHD and the Juvenile Justice System. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 8, 2, 174-85.
  • Eme, R. (2007). ADHD and the Criminal Justice System. The State of Corrections: 2006 Proceedings of the American Correctional Association Annual Conference, January, 83-93.

Memberships

  • American Psychological Association
  • Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Association
  • Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder

Presentations

  • Eme, R. & Sheffer, E. (2011). Poster presentation on "Cerebellum and Selective Attention ." American Psychological Association Convention, Washington DC, August 4-7.
  • Eme, R. (2011). Webinar presentation on ADHD and the Criminal Justice System. ADD Resources, June 29.
  • Eme, R., Kramer, J., & Cox, J. (2010) Evidence based treatment and diagnosis and treatment for ADHD. The National Commission on Correctional Health Care Conference, October12, Las Vegas Nevada.
  • Eme, R., Kramer, J., & Cox, J. (2009). Implementing behavioral coaching for ADHD in the criminal justice system. The National Commission on Correctional Health Care Conference, October 19,Orlando, Florida.
  • Eme, R. (2009) Poster presentation on "Adolescent substance abuse disorder and ADHD." American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada, August 6-9.

Selected Lectures

  • Eme, R. (2007). ADHD and the juvenile correctional justice system. The National Commission on Correctional Health Care Conference, October 15, Nashville TN.