Doug Whiteside, PhD, ABPP/CN

Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

Doug Whiteside

Contact Info

whit3055@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-624-1412

PhD, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

MA, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

BA, Marquette University

Summary

Dr. Whiteside has been a clinical faculty member at the University of Minnesota since January 2020, after working in clinical and academic settings in Iowa, Chicago, and Seattle. Dr. Whiteside is a native Midwesterner, who serves as the Program Director for the Clinical Neuropsychology Residency program. He is actively involved in clinical neuropsychological practice, teaching, research, and community service. His research interests focus primarily on performance validity tests, personality assessment measures in neuropsychological assessment, and long term cognitive and emotional outcomes of COVID-19 infection. He is a member of the editorial board for The Clinical Neuropsychologist and has served as a peer reviewer for several neuropsychological and psychological journals. In addition to his work as Program Director of the postdoctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology, Dr. Whiteside has considerable previous experience with training program development, which includes establishing a postdoctoral residency at the University of Iowa, developing a doctoral-level neuropsychology concentration, establishing a doctoral-level on-campus training clinic, and serving as a member of the Board of Directors for a large multidisciplinary medical practice.

He is currently President-Elect and a board member for the Association of Postdoctoral Programs in Clinical Neuropsychology (APPCN). Previously as Chair of the AACN Student Affairs Committee, he developed numerous student-focused programs for AACN including leading the first comprehensive survey of neuropsychology trainees. As part of his role as a Professor, his passion is to facilitate exceptional doctoral and postdoctoral training in neuropsychology while providing high-quality neuropsychological services to adults from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of neurological and psychiatric conditions. 

  • What do you love most about teaching?
    My biggest joy in teaching is having the opportunity to mentor and teach clinical neuropsychology to the next generation of professionals. I find the give and take of teaching bright, dedicated students and residents extremely rewarding and enriching to me. I consider myself a lifelong learner, and I try to convey that sentiment in every teaching moment.
  • What do you love most about Minnesota?
    There are so many things to love about Minnesota, it's hard to say just one thing. That being said, the people of Minnesota make it such an amazing place to live and work. Minnesotans are truly kind, caring, and dedicated individuals who make it a pleasure to come to work every day.
  • Fun fact about you:

    In addition to my work as a neuropsychologist, I am an avid jazz and classical musician and play in several bands around town. I also enjoy hiking, biking, amateur astronomy, and travel, particularly to national parks where my wife and I have a “bucket list” goal to see every unit within the National Park Service.

Professional Associations

  • American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN)
    • Chair, Student Affairs Committee, 2013–2018
    • Chair - The Clinical Neuropsychologist Student Paper Competition Subcommittee, 2018-present
    • Member, Student Affairs Committee-2008-present
    • Program Committee Reviewer-2014-2017
    • Practicum Guidelines Task Force-2014-15
    • Mentoring Program-Mentor-2017-present
  • American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology/American Board of Professional Psychology
    • Work Sample Reviewer, 2000–2019
    • ABCN Written Examination Item Writing Committee-2018-2019
  • American Psychological Association (APA)
    • Division 40 - Society for Clinical Neuropsychology
    • Presidential Advisory Team for Tony Puente-2015-17
    • American Psychological Foundation Reviewer (Benton-Meier Scholarships) 2015-present
    • Commission on Accreditation (CoA)-Accreditation Doctoral Site Vis

Research

Publications

I. Peer-Reviewed Publications

Basso, M.R., Whiteside, D.M., Combs, D., Paul Woods, S., Alden, E., Tobin, O., & Arnett, P. (submitted). Memory in multiple sclerosis: A reappraisal using the item specific deficit approach. Manuscript submitted to Neuropsychology. Role: A, E-F, H-I. Impact Factor: 2.477, Citations: NA.

*Guidotti Breting, L.M., Towns, S.J., Butts, A. M., Brett, B.L., Leaffer, E.B., & Whiteside, D.M. (in revision). 2020 COVID-19 American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN) Student Affairs Committee Survey of Neuropsychology Trainees. Manuscript submitted to The Clinical Neuropsychologist. Role: A-F, H-I, Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: NA

*Boress, K., Gaasedelen, O.J., Croghan, A., King, M., Caraher, K., Basso, M.R., & Whiteside, D.M. (in revision). Replication and cross validation of the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) Cognitive Bias Scale (CBS) in a mixed clinical sample. Manuscript submitted to Assessment. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 3.197, Citations: NA.

Hoffmeister, J., Basso, M.R.,Combs, D., & Whiteside, D.M., (in revision). Differential effects of anhedonia and depressed mood upon verbal learning among people with multiple sclerosis. Manuscript submitted to The Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. Role: Role: A, F-I. Impact Factor: 1.994. Citations: NA.

Whiteside, D.M., Hunt, I., Choate, A., Caraher, K., & Basso, M.R. (2020). Stratified performance on the TOMM is associated with differential responding on the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI). The Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 42(2), 131-141, DOI: 10.1080/13803395.2019.1695749. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 1.994, Citations: 1.

Whiteside, D.M., Caraher, K., Hahn-Ketter, A.E., Gaasedelen, O. & Basso, M.R. (2019). Classification accuracy of individual and combined executive functioning embedded performance validity measures in mild traumatic brain injury. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, 26(5), 472-481. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 1.548, Citations: 4.

*Gaasedelen, O.J., Whiteside, D.M., Altmaier, E., Welch, C., & Basso, M.R. (2019). The construction and initial validation of the Cognitive Bias Scale (CBS) for the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI). The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 33(8), 1467-1484. Role: A-D, F-I Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 4.

Mulligan, R., Basso, M.R., Lau, L., Reynolds, B.,Whiteside, D.M., Combs, D. & Bornstein, R.A. (2019). Validity of the Verbal Concept Attainment Test in multiple sclerosis. The Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 41(4), 331-340. Role: A, F-I. Impact Factor: 1.994, Citations: 0.

Reynolds, B.W., Basso, M.R., Miller, A.K., Whiteside, D.M. & Combs, D. (2019). Executive function, impulsivity, and risky behaviors in young adults. Neuropsychology, 33(2), 212-221. Role: A, F-I. Impact Factor: 2.477, Citations: 9.

*Miller, M. L., Luu, H., Gaasedelen, O., Hahn-Ketter, A., Elmore, A., Dezhkam, N., Bayless, J., Moser, D. J., & Whiteside, D.M. (2019). Long-term cognitive and psychological functioning in post-electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) patients. Journal of ECT, 35(1), 27-34. Role: A-C, D-I. Impact Factor: 2.280, Citations: 4.

*Persinger, V.C.,Whiteside, D.M., Bobova, L., Saigal, S., Vannucci, M.J., & Basso, M.R. (2018). Using the California Verbal Learning Test, Second Edition as an embedded performance validity measure among individuals with TBI and individuals with psychiatric disorders. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 32(6), 1039-1053. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 12.

Lau, L., Basso, M.R., Estevis, E., Miller, A., Whiteside, D.M., & Combs, D. (2017). Detecting coached neuropsychological dysfunction: A simulation experiment regarding mild traumatic brain injury. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 31, 1412-1431. Role: A-B, F-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 9.

*Gaasedelen, O, Whiteside, D.M., & Basso, M. (2017). Exploring the relationship between the Personality Assessment Inventory validity scales and performance validity tests in a mixed outpatient sample. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 31(5), 844-856. Role: A-E, G-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 4.

Vannucci, M., Whiteside, D.M., Saigal, S., Nichols, L., & Hileman, S. (2017). Predicting Supervision Outcomes: What’s different about psychological assessment supervision? Australian Psychologist, 52, 114-120. Role: A-F, H-I. Impact Factor: 1.412, Citations: 9.

Tracy, V.L., Basso, M.R., Marson, D., Combs, D., & Whiteside, D.M. (2017). Capacity for financial decision making in multiple sclerosis. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 39, 46-57. Role: A-B, F-I. Impact Factor: 1.994, Citations: 9.

Whiteside, D.M., Guidotti-Breting, L.M., Butts, A.M., Hahn-Ketter, A.E., Osborn, K., Towns, S.J., Barisa, M., Santos, O.A., & Smith, D. (2016). 2015 American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN) Student Affairs Committee Survey of neuropsychology trainees. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 30(5), 664-694. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 5.

*Hahn-Ketter, A.E.,Whiteside, D.M., Pliskin, N., & Rice, L. (2016). Long term consequences of electrical injury: Neuropsychological predictors of adjustment. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 30(2), 216-227. Role: A-F, H-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 4.

Whiteside, D.M., Kealey, T., Semla, M., Luu, H., Rice, L., Basso, M., & Roper, B. (2016). Verbal Fluency: Language or executive function measure? Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, 23, 29-34. Role: Lead author, designed study, ran statistics, wrote results and discussion, revised manuscript. Impact Factor: 1.548, Citations: 143.

Nelson, A.P., Roper, B.L., Slomine, B.S., Morrison, C., Greher, M.R., Janusz, J., Larson, J.C., Meadows, M., Ready, R.E., Rivera-Mindt, M., Whiteside, D.M., Willment, K., & Wodushek, T.R. (2015). Official Position of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN) Guidelines for Practicum Training in Clinical Neuropsychology. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 29(7), 879-904. Role: F-I. Impact factor: 2.006, Citations: 13.

Whiteside, D.M., Gaasedelen, O., Hahn-Ketter, A., Luu, H., Miller, M., Persinger, V., Rice, L., & Basso, M.R. (2015). Derivation of a cross-domain embedded performance validity measure in mild and severe traumatic brain injury. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 29, 788-803. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 14.

Whiteside, D.M., Kogan, J., Wardin, L., Phillips, D., Franzwa, M.G., Rice, L., Basso, M., & Roper, B. (2015) Language-based measures as embedded performance validity tests in a mild traumatic brain injury sample. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 37, 220-227. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 1.994, Citations: 28.

*Busse, M., Whiteside, D.M., Waters, D., Hellings, J. & Ji, P. (2014). Exploring the reliability and factor structure of the Personality Assessment Inventory in a neuropsychological population. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 28, 237-251. Role: A-F, H-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 11.

Callahan, J.L., Gustafson, S., Misner, J., Paprocki, C.M., Sauer, E.M., Saules, K., Schwartz, J., Swift, J.K., Whiteside, D.M., Wierda, K., & Wise, E. (2014). Introducing the Association of Psychology Training Clinics’ Collaborative Research Network: A study on client expectancies. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 8, 95-104. Role: A-D, F, H, I. Impact Factor: 1.028, Citations: 30.

*Busse, M., & Whiteside, D.M. (2012). Detecting suboptimal cognitive effort: Classification accuracy of multiple attention measures. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 26, 675-687. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 43.

Whiteside, D.M., Galbreath, J., Brown, M., & Turnbull, J. (2012). Differential response patterns on the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) in compensation seeking and non-compensation seeking mild traumatic brain injury patients. The Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 34, 172-182. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 1.994, Citations: 26.

Whiteside, D.M., Wald, D., & Busse, M. (2011). Classification accuracy of multiple visual spatial measures in the detection of suspect effort. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 25, 287-301. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 36.

*Hellings, J.R., Whiteside, D. M., & Cryzy, J. (2011). Homelessness, compensation-seeking, and response styles on the Personality Assessment Inventory. The Journal of Personality Assessment, 93, 266-269. Role: A-G, H-1. Impact Factor: 2.929, Citations: 2.

Whiteside, D. M., Hellings, J., & Brown, J. (2010). The impact of left temporal lobe seizure disorder on learning disorder: A case study. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 24, 1026-1044. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 2.

Whiteside, D. M., Zimberoff, A., Stroemel, J., Clinton, C., White, C., Diamonti, C., & Waters, D., (2010). Relationship between suboptimal cognitive effort and the clinical scales of the Personality Assessment Inventory. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 24, 315-325. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 21.

Whiteside, D. M., Dunbar-Mayer, P., & Waters, D. (2009). Relationship between TOMM performance and PAI validity scales in a mixed clinical sample. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 23, 523–53. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 41.

Whiteside, D. M., Padula, M. J., Jeffrey, L. K., & Zetterman, R. (1996). Cognitive screening with the Neurobehavioral Cognitive Status Examination in a chronic liver disease population. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 10, 359–363. Role: A-I. Impact Factor: 2.006, Citations: 10.