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Dr. David Carlston

Fax
(940) 397 4682
Title
Professor
Department
Psychology
Location
O'Donohoe Hall
Room
120
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Ohio University Ph.D - Clinical Psychology
Ohio University Masters of Science - Clinical Psychology
Brigham Young University BS - Psychology
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Department Chair 08/01/2018
Midwestern State University Interim Department Chair, Psychology 08/01/2017 08/01/2018
Midwestern State University Full Professor 08/01/2015
Midwestern State University Associate Professor, Graduate Program Coordinator 08/01/2009 08/01/2017
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor 08/01/2004 08/01/2009

Publications

Mattar, A., Carlston, D., Seriol, G., Yu, T., Almustafa, A., Melton, G., Ahmed, A. (2017). The prevalence of obesity documentation in primary care electronic medical records: Are we acknowledging the problem?  Applied Clinical Informatics, 8, 1-13.

Khan, T., Williams, J., Patel, A., Mattar, A., Khurana, A., Johnson, D., Patel, A., Takieldeen, A., Carlston, D., Ahmed, A. (2016). Electronic kidney injury clinical predication score (ecKlips), population-based protocol.  International Journal of Nephrology and Kidney Failure, 2(3): doi http://dx.doi. org/10.16966/2380-5498.133.

Spiller, L., Stiles, B., Carlston, D., & Hise†, L. (2012). Perceived vulnerability of HIV infection, prejudice toward gay men, and sexual behaviors of heterosexual college students. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 17, 73-79.

Carlston, D. L., Packard, J. R., & Mattar, A. (2012). Exploratory analysis of patients’ motivations to quit smoking and participate in smoking cessation classes. Family Medicine, 44, 727-730.

Carlston, D. (2011). Benefits of student-generated note packets: A preliminary investigation of SQ3R Implementation. Teaching of Psychology, 38(3), 142-146.

Carlston, D. & Ogles, B. (2009). Age, gender, and ethnicity effects on parent-child discrepancy using identical measures.  Journal of Child and Family Studies, 18(2), 125-135.

Baghurst†, T., Carlston, D., Wood, J. (2007). Preadolescent male perceptions of action figure physiques. Jouranl of Adolescent Health, 4, 613-615.

Carlston, D. L. & Ogles, B. M. (2006).  The impact of items and anchors on parent-child reports of problem behavior. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 23(1), 24-37

Ogles, B. M., Carlston, D., Hatfield, D, Melendez, G., Dowell, K, & Fields, S. A. (2006). The role of fidelity and feedback in the wraparound approach. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 15(1), 115-129.

Ogles, B. M., Dowell, K., Hatfield, D., Melendez, G., & Carlston, D. (2004). The Ohio Scales.    In M. E. Maruish (Ed.), The use of psychological testing for treatment planning and outcome assessment (3rd ed., pp. 275-304).  Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Earlbaum.

Carlston, D. & Ogles, B. M. (2002). Parent-Child Discrepancy: Exploring Explanations. In Roth, D. (Ed.), New Research in Mental Health: 2000-2001 Biennium, 15, 210-218.

Ogles, B. M., Hatfield, D. Carlston, D., Fields, S. A., Dowell, K., & Melendez, G. (2002). The Role of Fidelity and Feedback in the Wraparound Approach: Initial Data. In Roth, D. (Ed.), New Research in Mental Health: 2000-2001 Biennium, 15, 240-245.