Caitlin Reese, Ph.D.
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Caitlin Reese, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She specializes in neuropsychology.
Dr. Reese holds an undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in neuroscience and master’s degrees in forensic psychophysiology and clinical psychology. She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology at Ohio University and completed a doctoral internship (neuropsychology track) at the Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Health Care System, one of four officially designated Polytrauma VA Medical Centers in the country. She then performed a two-year postdoctoral residency in clinical neuropsychology at the Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation.
Licensed in psychology by the State of Texas, Dr. Reese joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2018. Her activities include neuropsychological/cognitive evaluations of people with known or suspected neurological disorders and the coordination of psychosocial education groups for patients with mild cognitive impairment and multiple sclerosis.
Her additional areas of clinical and research interest have focused on the effects of psychological factors and test environment on symptom and performance validity outcomes, along with interests in enhancing existing neuropsychological measures.
- Graduate School
- Ohio University (2011), Clinical Psychology
- Graduate School
- Ohio University (2014), Clinical Psychology
- Susceptibility of the MMPI-2-RF neurological complaints and cognitive complaints scales to over-reporting in simulated head injury.
- Bolinger E, Reese C, Suhr J, Larrabee GJ Arch Clin Neuropsychol 2014 Feb 29 1 7-15
- Exploration of malingering indices in the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Fourth Edition Digit Span subtest.
- Reese CS, Suhr JA, Riddle TL Arch Clin Neuropsychol 2012 Mar 27 2 176-81
- Parental influences on social anxiety: the sources of perfectionism.
- Biran MW, Reese C J Am Psychoanal Assoc 2007 55 1 282-5