Kriscinda Whitney, Ph.D., HSPP
Kriscinda A. Whitney, Ph.D.
|Personal Statement||My clinical, teaching and research focus on neuropsychological assessment. I am currently studying various methods of examining the validity of neuropsychological test results.
|Education||Undergraduate: Ball State University
Graduate School: Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Internship: Ann Arbor VA Medical Center
Fellowship: University of Michigan health System
|Current Academic Interests||Teaching: Involved in teaching geriatric psychiatry residents and pre-doctoral psychology interns.
Clinical: Conduct neuropsychological assessments of veterans referred from throughout the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Research: Interested examining methods for assessing the validity of neuropsychological test results, as well as examining the cognitive and emotional sequaelae of chemotherapy treatment for cancer.
|Recent Publications|| Whitney, K.A. (In Press). Predicting Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) and Medical Symptom validity Test (MSVT) Failure within a Veterans Affairs Medical Center: Use of the Response Bias Scale (RBS) and Henry-Heilbronner Index (HHI). Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Whitney, K.A., Mossbarger, B.L., Herman, S.M., & Ibarra, S. (2012). Is the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) superior to the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) in detecting subtle cognitive impairment among middle-aged outpatient U.S. military veterans? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 27(7), 742-748.
Whitney, K.A., Shepard, P.H., & Davis, J.J. (2012). WAIS-IV Digit Span variables: Are they valuable for use in predicting TOMM and MSVT failure? Applied Neuropsychology, 0, 1-12.