Natalie Brown Logo
Home Link About Us Link Services Link Curriculum Vitae Link Publications Workshop Link Contact Us Link
Home Header Graphic


Brown, NN, O’Malley, K, & Streissguth, AP (in press). FASD: Historical overview, co-occurring
disorders, diagnostic dilemmas, and multi-modal treatment. In S Adubado & D Cohen (Eds.),
Prenatal Alcohol Use and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: Historical and Future Perspectives.
Bentham Online Publishing, January 2010.

Brown, NN (June, 2008). FASD Experts: Multidisciplinary forensic assessment for a multidimensional
condition. Iceberg, 18, 2.

Brown, N.N. (2007). ADHD and FASD: Comorbidity and Its Effect on Sexual Behavior Problems.
In K. O’Malley (Ed.), ADHD and FASD: Diagnosis, Natural History, and Therapeutic Issues Across
the Lifespan, Hauppauge, NY: Nova Pub.

Brown, J.D., & Novick (Brown), N.J. (1991). Social Context, Psychological Relatedness, and
Self-Appraisals. Paper presented at the 99th Annual Convention of the American Psychological
Association, San Francisco.

Brown, J.D., Novick (Brown), N.J., Lord, K.A., & Richards, J.M. (1992). When Gulliver travels:
Social context, psychological relatedness, and self-appraisals. Journal of Personality and
Social Psychology, 62, 717-727.

Norris, J., Novick (Brown), N.J., Kerr, K.L. (1992). Alcohol and Violent Pornography: Impact of
Social Influence on Sexual Arousal. Presented at the Research Society on Alcoholism Meeting,
San Diego, California, June, 1992.

Novick (Brown), N.J. (1996). Sexual Victimization and Inappropriate Sexual Behavior in Children:
Recommendations for Evaluation and Treatment. Proceedings of 1996 International Conference on
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Seattle, Washington.

Novick (Brown), N.J., & Brown, J.D. (1992). The Influence of Self-Esteem on Response to Mood.
Paper presented, 100th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association,
Washington, D.C., August, 1992.

Novick (Brown), N.J., Cauce, A.M., & Grove, K. Competence self-concept. In B.A. Bracken (Ed.),
Handbook of Self-Concept. New York: Wiley.

Novick (Brown), N.J., & Streissguth, A.P. (1995). Identifying clients with possible fetal alcohol syndrome:
Fetal alcohol effects in the treatment setting. Treatment Today, 7(3), 14-15.

Novick (Brown), N.J., & Streissguth, A.P. (1995). Some thoughts on the treatment of adults & adolescents
impaired by fetal alcohol exposure. Treatment Today, 7(4), 20-21.

Novick (Brown), N.J. (1998). FAS: Preventing and Treating Sexual Deviancy. In A.P. Streissguth &
J. Kanter (Eds.), The Challenge of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Overcoming Secondary Disabilities, Seattle:
University of Washington Press.


FASD Experts is a unique, multidisciplinary forensic group with expertise in the
assessment of fetal alcohol spectrum
disorders (FASD) in individuals charged
with or convicted of crimes. We employ
a flexible, sequential assessment model
that is cost-effective and maintains
independence at each evaluative phase
to strengthen impact of expert opinions
from each member of our group. Our
cutting-edge protocol is based on
empirically- derived federal diagnostic
guidelines and conforms to the highest
standards of practice in FASD Assessment.

Learn more about FASD Experts

fasd logo

American Psychological Association
Dr. Brown has been a member of the
American Psychological Association (APA)
since 1994 and subscribes to APA’s
ethical guidelines.

Learn more about APA


© Copyright 2009. Dr.Natalie Novick Brown, PhD. All right reserved | Site Design: C2Creative. | Web Development: Ruby Moda.