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  • CURRICULUM VITA

    JAMES B. PINKSTON, PH.D., M.P. Clinical, Neuro & Medical Psychologist

    Pinkston Psychology, LLC

    Shreve City Office Park 2920 Knight Street Bldg. 1, Suite 153

    Shreveport, LA 71105

    Ph. (318) 553-5099 Fx. (318) 553-5338

    dr@pinkston.com

    www.pinkstonpsychology.com

    LICENSES Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners License Number # MP.0938, bestowed 01/01/2010

    Medical Psychologist Louisiana State Board of Examiners of Psychologists License # 938, bestowed 08/01/2003

    Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Neuropsychologist

    CURRENT EMPLOYMENT Private Practice Pinkston Psychology, LLC, Shreveport, LA (11/16 – present) Psychological State of Louisiana, Department of Child & Family Services, Social Security Consultant Disability Determinations Office, Shreveport, LA, (11/16 – present) EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Postdoctoral Postdoctoral Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology M.S. California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University Baton Rouge, Louisiana Campus (attended 09/04 – 02/07; graduated 06/02/07) Postdoctoral Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Cleveland, OH (09/01 – 08/03) Fellowship Clinical Neuropsychology (APPCN member) Meets INS-Division 40 & Houston Conference Guidelines Predoctoral University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Oklahoma City, OK (07/00 – 07/01) Internship Clinical Psychology (APA accredited) with specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology

    Meets INS-Division 40 & Houston Conference Guidelines Ph.D. Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA (attended 05/98 – 06/00; graduated 12/01) Clinical Psychology (APA accredited) Emphasis: Clinical Neuropsychology; Minor: Behavioral Neurology M.A. Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA (attended 08/95 – 05/98; graduated 05/98) Psychology B.S. Brigham Young University; Provo, UT (attended 08/91 – 08/95; graduated 08/95)

    Psychology, University Honors and Cum Laude; Minor: Statistics

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    PUBLISHED JOURNAL ARTICLES Sharma, K., Kalakoti, P., Shaughnessy, J.E., De La Cruz, N., Dossani, R.H., Zhu, P., MD, Gonzalez-Toledo, E., Ledbetter, C., Pinkston, J., Nanda, A., Riel-Romero, R.M., Minagar, A., Notarianni, C., Sun, H. (2016). Psammomatous cavernous malformation presenting as drug resistant epilepsy: Case illustration and review of literature. World Neurosurgery, In Press. Cosetti, .M, Pinkston, J., Flores, J., Friedmann, D., Jones, C., Roland, Jr, J., Waltzman, S. (2016). Neurocognitive testing and cochlear implantation: insights into performance in older adults. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 11, 603-613. Patterson, J.C., Lilien, D.L., Takalkar, A., Pinkston, J.B. (2011). Early detection of brain pathology suggestive of early AD using objective evaluation of FDG-PET scans. International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, vol. 2011, Article ID, 946590, 9 pages, doi:10.4061/2011/946590. Pinkston, J.B., Alekseeva, N., Gonzales Toledo, E. (2009). Stroke and dementia. Neurological Research, 31(8), 824-831. Borazanci, A.P., Harris, M.K., Schwendimann, R.N., Gonzales Toledo, E., Maghzi, A.H., Etemadifar, M., Alekseeva, N., Pinkston, J.B., Kelley, R.E., Minagar, A. (2009). Multiple sclerosis: clinical features, pathophysiology, neuroimaging and future therapies. Future Neurology, 4(2), 229-246. Pinkston, J.B., Kablinger, A. Alekseeva, N. (2007). Multiples sclerosis and behavior. International Review of Neurobiology, 97, 323-339. Pinkston, J.B., Alekseeva, N. (2006). Neuropsychiatric manifestations of multiple sclerosis. Neurological Research, 28(3), 284-290. Davis, R.D., Rostow, C.D., Pinkston, J.B., Combs, D.R. and Dixon, D.R.. (Spring, 2004). A re-examination of the MMPI-2 aggressiveness and immaturity indices in law enforcement screening. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 19(1), 17-26. Gouvier, W.D., Pinkston, J.B., Lovejoy, J.C., Smith, S.R., Bray, G.A., Santa Maria, M.P., Hayes Hammer, J., Hilsabeck, R.C., Smiroldo, B., Bentz, B., & Browndyke, J. (2004). Neuropsychological and emotional changes during simulated microgravity: Effects of Triiodothyronine, Alendronate, and Testosterone. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 19(2), 153-163. Savage, R., Combs, D.R., Pinkston, J.B., Advokat, C., & Gouvier, W.D. (2002). The role of temporal lobe and orbitofrontal cortices in olfactory memory function. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17(4), 305-318. Cherry, K.E., Martin, R.C., Simmons-D’Gerolamo, S.S., Pinkston, J.B., Griffing, A., & Gouvier, W.D. (2001). Prospective remembering in younger and older adults: Role of the prospective cue. Memory, 9(3), 177-193. Varney, N.R., Pinkston, J.B., & Wu, J.C. (2001). Quantitative PET findings in patients with post-traumatic anosmia. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation , 16(3), 253-259. Santa Maria, M.P., Pinkston, J.B., Miller, S.R., & Gouvier, W.D. (2001). Stability of postconcussion symptomatology differs between high and low responders and by gender but not by mild head injury status. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology , 16(2), 133-140. Matson, J.L., Bamburg, J.W., Mayville, E.A., Pinkston, J.B., Bielecki, J., Kuhn, D., Smalls, Y., & Logan, J.R. (2000). Psychopharmacology and mental retardation: A ten year review (1990-1999). Research in Developmental Disabilities, 21(4), 263-296. Pinkston, J.B., Wu, J.C., Gouvier, W.D., & Varney, N.R. (2000). Quantitative PET scan findings in carbon monoxide poisoning: Deficits seen in a matched pair. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 15(6), 545-553.

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    Rostow, C.D., Davis, R.D., Pinkston, J.B., & Cowick, L.M. (1999). The MMPI-2 and satisfactory police academy performance: Differences and correlations. The Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 14(2), 35-39. Davis, R.D., Rostow, C.D., Pinkston, J.B., & Cowick, L.M. (1999). An investigation into the usefulness of the MMPI and MMPI-2 in municipal and state police candidate selection. The Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 14(1), 100-106. Varney, N.R., Wu, J.C., Pinkston, J.B., & Morrow, L. (1998). PET scan findings in a patient with a remote history of exposure to organic solvents. Applied Neuropsychology, 5(2), 100-106. Santa Maria, M.P., Pinkston, J.B., Browndyke, J.N, & Gouvier, W.D. (1997). Fine tuning the graphesthesia assessment: One stroke versus two. Applied Neuropsychology, 4(2), 127-129. Johnson, S.C., Pinkston, J.B., Bigler, E.D., & Blatter, D.D. (1996). Corpus callosum morphology in normal controls and traumatic brain injury: Sex differences, mechanisms of injury, and neuropsychological correlates. Neuropsychology, 10(3), 408-415. Johnson, S.C., Farnworth, T., Pinkston, J.B., Bigler, E.D., & Blatter, D.D. (1994). Corpus callosum morphology across the adult life span: Effect of age and gender. Brain Research Bulletin, 35(4), 373-377. PUBLISHED BOOK CHAPTERS Chelune, G., Stott, H., & Pinkston, J. (2008). Multiple Sclerosis. In J.E Morgan & J.H. Ricker, (Eds.), Textbook of Clinical Neuropsychology: Studies on neuropsychology, neurology and cognition (pp. 599-615). London, England: Taylor & Francis. Minagar, A., Gonzalez Toledo, E., Pinkston. J., & Jaffe, S. (2005). Neuroimaging in multiple sclerosis, In M.F. Glabus, (Ed.), International Review of Neurobiology: Vol. 67. Neuroimaging, Part B (pp. 165-201). San Diego, California: Elsevier. Alekseeva, N., Kablinger, A.S., Pinkston, J.B., Gonzalez-Toledo, E.C., & Minagar, A. (2005). Hereditary ataxia and behavior, In K.E Anderson, W.J. Weiner, & A.E Lang, (Eds.), Advances in Neurology: Vol. 96. Behavioral Neurology of Movement Disorders (2nd ed., pp. 275-283). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Pinkston, J.B. (2005). Ethical challenges in neuropsychology in medical settings, part I. In S. Bush (Ed.), A casebook of ethical challenges in neuropsychology: Studies on neuropsychology, development, and cognition. (pp. 65-70). London, England: Taylor & Francis. Gouvier, W.D., Pinkston, J.B., Santa Maria, M.P., & Cherry, K.E. (2002). Baserate analysis in cross cultural clinical psychology: Diagnostic accuracy in the balance. In R. Ferrarro (Ed.), Minority and cross-cultural aspects of neuropsychological assessment (pp. 375-386). Lisse, The Netherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger. PUBLISHED BOOK REVIEWS Pinkston, J.B. (1999). Special concerns for the aging intellectually disabled [Review of the book Dementia, aging, and intellectual disabilities: A handbook]. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 20(6), 449-450. Pinkston, J.B. (1998). Development of executive function: Cognitive, behavioral, and neuropsychological viewpoints [Review of the book Attention, memory, and executive function]. Contemporary Psychology, 43(4), 265. PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS Pinkston, J.B. & Chelune, G.J. (2003). Improving mental efficiency deficit detection in multiple sclerosis (abstract). Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18(7), 801-802. Pinkston, J.B., Kubu, C.S., Lineweaver, T.T., Naugle, R.I., Bingaman, W., Najm I. (2003). Do WMS-III discrepancy scores predict memory outcome following temporal lobectomy? (abstract). Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 9(2), 191.

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    Pinkston, J.B., Kubu, C.S., Lineweaver, T.T., Naugle, R.I., Bingaman, W., Najm I. (2002). The diagnostic utility of WMS-III auditory - visual memory index score discrepancies in temporal lobe epilepsy: A likel

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