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Leslie D. Rosenstein, Ph.D., ABPP is a clinical neuropsychologist in Parkland’s Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic.  She obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin in 1983 with high honors and special honors in Psychology. She went on to obtain her doctorate degree at UT in Differential Psychology in 1988 followed by a respecialization in Clinical Psychology with a major in Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Arizona.  She completed her internship at Austin State Hospital.  She became Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology in 1994.  She has served on the faculty of various universities, including Texas A&M College of Medicine in the 1990’s and, now, UT Southwestern Medical Center in the Department of Psychiatry.  She is currently the director of the internship rotation in Parkland’s Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic for the UT Southwestern psychology graduate program.  She conducts neuropsychological evaluations of persons with known or suspected neurological disorders, and co-facilitates the Parkland Outpatient Psychiatry Memory Disorders Clinic.  She serves as a member of the Clinical Training Committee in the doctoral Clinical Psychology program.

Dr. Rosenstein’s clinical expertise is in the area of neuropsychological evaluation, with particular interest in the differential diagnosis of various memory disorders, ADHD, TBI, and other neurocognitive disorders.  Dr. Rosenstein’s research interests are diverse, and include differential diagnosis, reliability and validity of assessment tools, the interplay of health and neuropsychological function, research design and analysis, and professional issues. 

Education

Undergraduate School
University of Texas at Austin (1983), Psychology
Graduate School
University of Texas at Austin (1988), Psychology
Other Post Graduate Training
University of Arizona (1991), Neuropsychology
Internship
Austin State Hospital (1992), Neuropsychology

Publications

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No relationship between handedness and sexual preference.
Rosenstein LD, Bigler ED Psychol Rep 1987 Jun 60 3 Pt 1 704-6
Scales for measuring fear of AIDS and homophobia.
Bouton RA, Gallaher PE, Garlinghouse PA, Leal T, Rosenstein LD, Young RK J Pers Assess 1987 51 4 606-14
The effect of color of the environment on task performance and mood of males and females with high and low SAT scores
Rosenstein, LD Psychological Reports: Perceptual and Motor Skills 1985 60 2 550

Books

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Administration and Scoring Manual for the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions

Prigatano, G., Amin, K., & Rosenstein, LD (1995). Phoenix, AZ, Barrow Neurological Institute

Anoxic Brain Injury: Two Cases of Anoxic Brain Injury Secondary to Cardiac Arrest. In Casebook of Clinical Neuropsychology

Rosenstein, LD & Friedman, P (2011). Taylor & Francis/Psychology Press

The clinical neuropsychological examination: Scope, cost, and health-care value. In Neuropsychology: Scientific Basis and Clinical Application, Volume 1

Prigatano, G. Zigler, L. & Rosenstein, LD (2003). New York, Psychology Press

Duschenne Muscular Dystrophy. In Childhood Disorders: Diagnostic Desk Reference

Rosenstein, LD (2003). New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons

Emery-Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy. In Childhood Disorders: Diagnostic Desk Reference

Rosenstein, LD (2003). New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons

Fukuyama Muscular Dystrophy. In Childhood Disorders: Diagnostic Desk Reference

Rosenstein, LD (2003). New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons

Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy. In Childhood Disorders: Diagnostic Desk Reference

Rosenstein, LD (2003). New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons

Brain and Behavior Development. In Behavior Medicine for Women: A Comprehensive Handbook

Woods, B & Rosenstein, LD (1997). New York, Guilford Publications