- Other Post Graduate Training - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2011-2015), Psychology
- Undergraduate School - University of Texas at Tyler (2000-2004), Psychology
- Graduate School - UT Southwestern Medical Center (2007-2009), Rehabilitation Psychology
- Fellowship - Barrow Neurological Institute (2015-2017), Clinical Neuropsychology
David Denney, Ph.D.
David Denney, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He specializes in neuropsychology.
Dr. Denney earned his doctoral degree in clinical psychology at UT Southwestern and received advanced training in clinical neuropsychology through a postdoctoral fellowship at Barrow Neurological Institute. He also holds a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling psychology from UT Southwestern.
Licensed by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, he joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2017.
Dr. Denney is a member of the American Psychological Association Division 40 (Neuropsychology), the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the International Neuropsychological Society. He is a past recipient of the Outstanding Intern Award from the UT Southwestern Clinical Psychology Graduate Program.
He has delivered numerous presentations, completed multiple research projects, and published a number of academic articles. His research interests include subjective memory complaints, movement disorder-related falls, and dementia.
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- American Psychological Association (2003)
- National Academy of Neuropsychology (2012)
- International Neuropsychological Society (2012)
- UT Southwestern Clinical Psychology Outstanding Intern 2014-2015
Comparison of psychiatric comorbidities and impact on quality of life in patients with epilepsy or psychogenic nonepileptic spells.
Abe C, Denney D, Doyle A, Cullum M, Adams J, Perven G, Dave H, Dieppa M, Hays R, Agostini M, Ding K, Epilepsy & behavior : E&B 2019 Nov 102 106649
Subjective ratings of cognitive and emotional functioning in patients with mild cognitive impairment and patients with subjective memory complaints but normal cognitive functioning.
Denney DA, Prigatano GP, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 2019 Apr 1-11
Self-Reported Traumatic Brain Injury and Mild Cognitive Impairment: Increased Risk and Earlier Age of Diagnosis.
LoBue C, Denney D, Hynan LS, Rossetti HC, Lacritz LH, Hart J, Womack KB, Woon FL, Cullum CM Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD 2016 Feb
Dyadic Short Forms of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-IV.
Denney DA, Ringe WK, Lacritz LH Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists 2015 Jun
- Comparison of psychiatric comorbidities and impact on quality of life in patients with epilepsy or psychogenic nonepileptic spells.
- Subjective memory complaints
- Movement disorder-related falls