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Brandon Baughman, Ph.D. Dr. Baughman was born and raised a Californian. However, he migrated to the southeast to complete college. Following undergraduate pre-medicine/psychology studies, he began his graduate training at the University of Tulsa. As a lover of all things “brain” and behavioral science, he directed his experiences toward neuropsychology and completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2008. His dissertation “An Investigation of Neuropsychological Function and Work Performance in Multiple Sclerosis” examined the role of neurobehavioral factors in the prediction of work performance in employed individuals with MS.
Dr. Baughman completed his clinical internship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and neuropsychology residency training at the Memphis VA Medical Center. Dr. Baughman continues to be involved in research projects at the VAMC and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital (Epidemiology & Cancer Control). He happily joined the clinic after completing residency in 2010.
Professionally, Dr. Baughman has been trained and adheres to the “scientist-practitioner” model. His evaluations employ empirically-validated measures within a flexible-battery and hypothesis-testing approach. Examinations are provided for diverse presenting concerns including cognitive sequelae of neurologic conditions (i.e., cerebrovascular disease, epilepsy, brain tumor, and Parkinson’s disease, MS, etc), suspected dementia, cerebral trauma, medical conditions affecting CNS functioning (e.g., liver disease, Lupus, HIV, etc.), and psychiatric conditions. While his training has largely focused on adults, he also works with pediatric populations, including those with neuro-developmental disorders, pediatric brain tumors and epilepsy.
Dr. Baughman married his college sweetheart (Kaylee Elizabeth) and is the proud father of a pleasantly energetic 2-year old boy (Reese Christian) and 5-year old girl (Mattison Belle).
American Psychological Association
APA Division 40 – Neuropsychology
International Neuropsychological Society
Normal aging, prodromal Dementia, & Dementia
Frontal lobe functions and assessment
Neurobehavioral outcomes of neurologic/neurosurgical treatment
Symptom validity and response bias assessment
Ecological validity of neuropsychology
Travel (preferably where the water is warm OR the air is thin)
Being a “food snob”