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Dr. David Carlston

  • Psychology
    Professor

    Office Location
    O'Donohoe Hall 120
    Phone
    Voice: (940) 397-4718
    Fax: (940) 397-4682
  •   Semester Course # Section Course Name Location Days / Times
    Details Spring 2019 5133 201 Intellectual Assessment O'Donohoe Hall 126
    Details Spring 2019 3233 201 Developmental Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Spring 2019 1103 201 General Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Fall 2018 6123 101 Therapeutic and Psychoeducational Groups O'Donohoe Hall 110
    Details Fall 2018 6113 101 Counseling Methods/Individual Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Fall 2018 1103 102 General Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Spring 2018 6181 201 Empirically Supported Treatments O'Donohoe Hall 110
    Details Spring 2018 6173 201 Practicum III O'Donohoe Hall 110
    Details Spring 2018 6163 201 Practicum II O'Donohoe Hall 110
    Details Spring 2018 6152 201 Clinical Practicum O'Donohoe Hall 110
    Details Spring 2018 5133 201 Intellectual Assessment Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Spring 2018 3303 202 Writing in Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Fall 2017 6113 101 Counseling Methods/Individual Psychotherapy O'Donohoe Hall 110
    Details Fall 2017 3913 101 Personal Relations and Interactions Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Fall 2017 3303 101 Writing in Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Fall 2013 PSYC 5133 Assessment I - Intellectual Assessment O'Donohoe Hall 101
    Details Fall 2013 PSYC 6123 Therapy and Psychoeducational Groups O'Donohoe Hall 110
    Details Spring 2013 5133 201 Assessment I: Intellectual Assessment Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Fall 2012 PSYC 6123 101 Therapeitic and Psychoeducational Groups Prothro-Yeager Hall 101

    Professor:        David Carlston                                                Office:       120 O’donohoe

    Office Hours:  MW 9:30-12:30, TTR 11:00-12:00                 Phone:       397-4718

    Class Time:      TR 3:30-4:50                                                   Location:   PY 101

    Details Fall 2012 PSYC 3303 102 Writing in Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101

     

    Professor:   David Carlston, Ph.D.

    Office:       120 O’donohoe

    Phone:       940-397-4718

    e-mail:       david.carlston@mwsu.edu

    Course #:            PSYC 3303, sec 102

    Time:                 9:30-11:00 TR

    Location:             PY 101
    Office Hours:     MW 9:30-12:30, TTR 11-12

     

    Details Fall 2012 PSYC 1103 106 General Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 102

     

    Professor:

    David Carlston, Ph.D.

    Course #:

    PSYC 1103, sec. 106

    Office:

    120 O’Donohoe

    Time:

    2:00-3:20 pm

    Phone:

    940-397-4718

    Location:

    PY 102

    e-mail:

    david.carlston@mwsu.edu

    Office Hours:

    MW 9:30-12:30, TTR 11:00-12:00

     

    Details Summer I 2012 PSYC 5103 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    Details Summer I 2012 PSYC 3233 Developmental Psychology
    Details Spring 2012 PSYC 5123 Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology
    Details Spring 2012 PSYC 3303 Writing in Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall
    Details Spring 2012 PSYC 3233 Developmental Psychology
    Details Fall 2011 PSYC 5133 101 Assessment I Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Fall 2011 PSYC 3913 101 Personal Relations and Interactions Prothro-Yeager Hall 102
    Details Fall 2011 PSYC 1103 101 General Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101

    MWF 9:00-9:50am

    Details Summer I 2011 PSYC 3233 301 Developmental Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Summer I 2011 PSYC 1103 301 General Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Summer I 2011 PSYC 1103 General Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 101
    Details Spring 2011 PSYC 6153, 6163, 6173 201 Practicum O'Donohoe Hall 110
    Details Spring 2011 PSYC 3303 201 Writing in Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 102
    Details Spring 2011 PSYC 1103 202 General Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall PY102
    Details Fall 2010 PSYC 6123 101 Therapeutic and Psychoeducational Groups Prothro-Yeager Hall 102

    12:-1:20 pm, MW

    Details Fall 2010 PSYC 4153 101 Child Clinical Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 102

    MWF 9-9:50  

    Details Fall 2010 PSYC 1103 104 General Psychology Prothro-Yeager Hall 102

    Tuesday       9:30-10:50 am

    Thursday      9:30-10:50 am

    Details PSYC 6123 Therapeutic and Psychoeducational Groups
  • Institution Degree Graduation Date
    Brigham Young University BS - Psychology
    Ohio University Masters of Science - Clinical Psychology
    Ohio University Ph.D - Clinical Psychology
  • Institution Position Start Date End Date
    Midwestern State University Interim Department Chair, Psychology 2017-08 2018-08
    Midwestern State University Department Chair 2018-08 Present
    Midwestern State University Full Professor Aug 2015 Present
    Midwestern State University Assistant Professor Aug. 2004 Aug. 2009
    Midwestern State University Associate Professor, Graduate Program Coordinator Aug. 2009 Aug 2017
  • 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.