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Sheena M. Horning, PhD

Staff Psychologist

Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine | College of Medicine

Education/Credentials
  • Bachelor's Degree: University of Cincinnati (Psychology)
  • Doctoral Degree: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (Clinical Psychology)
  • Master's Degree: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (Clinical Psychology)
  • Internship: West Los Angeles VA Healthcare Center (Geropsychology)
  • Fellowship: West Los Angeles VA Healthcare Center (Geropsychology, Neuropsychology)
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship: West Los Angeles VA Healthcare Center (Neuropsychology and Geropsychology)
Specialties

Clinical Neuropsychology

Contact Information
Research Interests

Cognitive-behavioral therapy in the treatment of comorbid mental health disorders and medical conditions; neuropsychological assessment; caregiver support; and aging and mental health.
 

Clinical Interests

Clinical Neuropsychology

Cognitive Disorders

Depression

Mood Disorders

N/A

Adjustment Disorder

Alzheimer's Disease

Anxiety Disorder

Cataplexy

Dementia

Depressive Disorder

Early Anset Dementia

Lewy Body Dementia

Memory Disorders

Peer Reviewed Publications

Horning, S. M., Melrose, R., & Sultzer, D. 2014. Insight in Alzheimer’s disease and its relation to psychiatric and behavioral disturbances International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 29 , 77-84

Feliciano, L., Horning, S. M., Anderson, S., Cornwell, R. E., & Davis, H. P 2013. Utility of the SLUMS as a cognitive screening tool among a non-veteran sample of older adults American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21 7, 623-630

Horning, S. M., Wilkins, S. S., Dhanani, S., & Henriques, D 2013. A case of elder abuse and undue influence: Assessment and treatment from a geriatric interdisciplinary team Clinical Case Studies, 12 5, 373-387

Horning, S. M., Cornwell, R. E., & Davis, H. P. 2012. The recognition of facial expressions: An investigation of the influence of age and cognition Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 19 6, 657-676

West, J., Horning, S. M., Klebe, K., Foster, S., Cornwell, E. R., Perrett, D.,…& Davis, H. P. 2012. Age effects on emotion recognition in facial displays: From 20 to 89 years of age Experimental Aging Research, 38 2, 146-168

Horning, S. M., Davis, H. P., Stirrat, M., & Cornwell, R. E 2011. Atheistic, agnostic, and religious older adults on well-being and coping behaviors Journal of Aging Studies, 25 , 177-188

Bailie, J. M., Rybalsky, K. A., Griffith, N. M., Horning, S. M., Gesteland, R. C., & Frank, R. A 2008. The susceptibility of olfactory measures to malingering Chemosensory Perception, 1 3, 168-173

Wilkins, S. S., Horning, S. M., Castle, S., Leff, A., Hahn, T., & Chodosh, J. . Self-neglect in older adults with cognitive impairment: Challenges and management Annals of Long-Term Care: Clinical Care and Aging, ,

Yochim, B. P., Kane, K. D., Horning, S. M., & Pepin, R. (2010). . Malingering or expected deficits? A case of herpes simplex encephalitis Neurocase: The Neural Basis of Cognition, 16 5, 451-460