Publications

GRANT SUPPORT

Current Grant Support

PI. MU Rural Health Psychology Internship Program. HRSA Mental and Behavioral Health Education and Training Grant. 2012-2015. $474,174.

Past Grant Support

Co-PI.  Traumatic Brain Injury Distance Learning Development Project. HRSA TBI Implementation Partnership Grant (through Missouri DHSS; Stephanie Reid-Arndt, PI). 2009-2013. 5-10% FTE.

Principal Investigator.  A Health Professional Health Literacy Curriculum.  Missouri Foundation for Health.  2010-2012, $287,915, 30% FTE.

Principal Investigator.  An MRI Study of Selflessness in Persons with TBI. MU Research Board.  2010-2011. $46,797.

Investigator.  Worksite Intervention to Improve Employment Outcomes for Persons with Arthritis.  Research project o f the $4 million NIDRR funded Missouri Arthritis Rehabilitation Research and TrainingCenter (J. Parker, PI, US Dept of Education #H133B031120).  2003-2009, $592,053. 10-25% FTE.

Project Director, Spirituality and Health Project, MU Center for Religion, the Professions, and the Public.  Funded by  the Pew Charitable Trusts.  2006- 2009, $1.4 million, 30%FTE.

Principal Investigator.  Rural Missouri Rehabilitation Psychology Internship Program.  HRSA Graduate Psychology Education Program. 2003-2004.  $121,333.  Refunded for 2004-2007.  $462,567.  20% FTE.

Principal Investigator.  Validation of a Neuropsychological Model of Spirituality.  MU School of Health Professions Research Catalyst Award.  2007, $1,350.

Co-Investigator.  Evaluation of a Brain Injury Early Referral Program.  Laura Schopp/Stephanie Reid-Arndt, Principal Investigators.  Funded by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.  2005, $70,000.

Co-Investigator.  Traumatic Brain Injury Statewide Needs Assessment.  Laura Schopp, Principal Investigator. Funded  by the Missouri Head Injury Advisory Council. 2003-2004, $75,000.

Co-Investigator. Predicting Positive Outcomes among Cancer Survivors: Individual and Social/Environmental Factors (Stephanie Reid-Arndt, PI, NIH/NCI R01 CA108340-01). 2004-05. $147,000.  1% FTE.

Principal Investigator.  Missouri Model Brain Injury System (MOMBIS).  National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  1998-2002, $1,380,000.  35-45% FTE.

Consultant.  Traumatic Brain Injury Demonstration Grant funded by the Division of Maternal, Child, and Family Health, Bureau of Special Health Care Needs, Missouri Department of Health.  February – September 1998, 12% FTE.  1998 –  1999, 7% FTE.

Co-Investigator:  Missouri Rehabilitation Research Training Program (T32).  National Institute of Health, Center of Rehabilitation Medicine. 1994-1999; 2000-2005.  5% Effort.

Co-Principal Investigator: Creating Permanent Behavioral Health Access for Rural Missourians with TBI: Teleconferencing Applications for Improved Services.  National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research Field Initiated Demonstration Grant (Laura Schopp, PI). 1998-2001, $299,000. 10% FTE.

Principal Investigator:  Long Term Training – Rehabilitation Psychology.  U.S. Department of Education (Rehabilitation Services Administration).  1991-1994, $221,994.  25-33% Effort.

Principal Investigator:  In home behavioral management of the Alzheimer’s patient:  A training program for family caregivers.  Funded by Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association (originally awarded to David Tucker, Ph.D.  1990-1991), $16,756.  25% Effort.

PUBLICATIONS

Peer Reviewed Articles

Johnstone, B. & Townes, B.D. (1988).  Test-retest reliability of the Reitan-Indiana Neuropsychological Test Battery for Children Aged 5 through 8. International Journal of Neuroscience, 43, 21-26.

Yi, S., Johnstone, B., Doan, R., & Townes, B.D. (1989).  The relationship between the pediatric neurological examination and neuropsychological assessment measures for young children.  International Journal of Neuroscience, 50, 59-73.

Johnstone, B., Frame, C.L., & Bouman, D. (1992).  Physical attractiveness and athletic and academic ability in controversial-aggressive and rejected-aggressive children.  Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 11, 71-79.

Johnstone, B., & Bouman, D. (1992).  Anoxic encephalopathy:  A case study of an eight year old male with no residual cognitive deficits.  International Journal of Neuroscience, 62, 207-213.

Callahan, C.D., & Johnstone, B. (1994). The clinical utility of the Rey Auditory-Verbal Learning Test in medical rehabilitation. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 1, 261-268.

Johnstone, B., & Garcia, L. (1994). Neuropsychological evaluation and academic implications for developmental coordination disorder: A case study.  Developmental Neuropsychology, 10, 369-375.

Johnstone, B., Hexum, C.L., & Ashkanazi, G. (1995). Extent of cognitive decline in traumatic brain injury based on estimates of premorbid intelligence. Brain Injury, 9, 377-384.

Johnstone, B., Pinkowski, M., Farmer, J., & Hagglund, K. (1995).  Neurobehavioral deficits, adolescent traumatic brain injury, and transition to college.  Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 1, 375-386.

Johnstone, B., Leach, L.R., Hickey, M.L., Frank, R.G., & Rupright, J. (1995). Some objective measurements of frontal lobe deficits following traumatic brain injury. Applied Neuropsychology, 2, 1-5.

Johnstone, B., & Frank, R.G. (1995). Neuropsychological assessment in rehabilitation: Current limitations and applications.  (R.G. Frank & B. Johnstone, Eds.), Special Issue:  Functional Outcomes in Rehabilitation.  NeuroRehabilitation, 5, 75-86.

Johnstone, B., Frank, R.G., Belar, C., Berk, S., Bieliauskas, L.A., Bigler, E.D., Caplan, B., Elliot, T.R., Glueckauf, R.L., Kaplan, R.M., Kreutzer, J.S., Mateer, C.A., Patterson, D., Puente, A.E., Richards, J.S., Rosenthal, M., Sherer, M., Shewchuk, R., Siegel, L.J., & Sweet, J.J.  (1995). Psychology in Health Care: Future Directions.  Professional Psychology, 26, 341-365.

Wilhelm, K.L., & Johnstone, B. (1995). Use of the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised in traumatic brain injury.  Applied Neuropsychology, 2, 42-45.

Johnstone, B., Erdal, K.L., & Stadler, M.A. (1995).  The relationship between the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised Attention index and putative measures of attention.  Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 2, 195-204.

Vieth, A.Z., Johnstone, B., & Dawson, B. (1995).  Extent of intellectual, cognitive, and academic decline in adolescent traumatic brain injury:  A case study.  Brain Injury, 10, 465-470.

Johnstone, B., Callahan, C.D., Kapila, C.J., & Bouman, D.E. (1996). The comparability of the WRAT-R Reading test and NAART as estimates of premorbid intelligence in neurologically impaired patients.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 11, 513-520.

Johnstone, B., & Wilhelm, K.L. (1996). The longitudinal stability of the WRAT-R reading subtest:  Is it an appropriate estimate of premorbid intelligence? JINS, 2, 282-285.

Johnstone, B., Pepmueller, P.H., Vieth, A.Z., & Komatireddy, G. (1996).  Effective treatment of neuropsychological deficits in Sjogren’s Syndrome.  Applied Neuropsychology, 3/4, 122-127.

Callahan, C.D., Schopp, L., & Johnstone, B. (1997).  Clinical utility of a seven subtest WAIS-R short form in the neuropsychological assessment of traumatic brain injury.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 12, 133-138.

Johnstone, B., Holland, D., & Hewett, J.E.  (1997).  The construct validity of the Category Test:  Is it a measure of reasoning or intelligence.  Psychological Assessment, 9, 28-33.

Johnstone, B., Schopp, L.H., & Frank, R.G. (1997).  Managed care and rehabilitation:  Issues related to cognitive rehabilitation.  In B. Johnstone and R.G. Frank (Eds.), Special Issue:  Cognitive Rehabilitation:  Training and Professional Issues.  NeuroRehabilitation, 8, 57-65.

Johnstone, B., Slaughter, J., Schopp, L., McAllister, J.A., Schwake, C., & Luebbering, A. (1997).  Determining neuropsychological impairment using estimates of premorbid intelligence:  Comparing methods based on level of education versus reading scores.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 12, 591-602.

Johnstone, B., & Wilhelm, K. (1997).  The construct validity of the Hooper Visual Organization Test.  Assessment, 4, 243-248.

Johnstone, B., Coppel, D., & Townes, B.D. (1997).  The future of neuropsychology in medical specialties.  In K. Hagglund and B. Johnstone (Eds.), Special Issue: The Future of Psychology in Medical Specialties.  The Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 4, 219-230.

Johnstone, B., & Farmer, J.E. (1997).  Preparing neuropsychologists for the future: The need for additional training guidelines.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 12, 523-530.

Schopp, L.H., Callahan, C.D., Johnstone, B., & Schwake, C.J.  (1998).  Utility of a seven-subtest version of the WAIS-R among an Alzheimer’s disease sample.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 13, 637-644.

Johnstone, B., Childers, M.K., & Hoerner, J. (1998).  The effects of normal aging on neuropsychological functioning following traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury, 12, 569-576.

Novack, T., & Johnstone, B. (1998).  Addressing a continuum of recovery after acquired brain injury.  Journal of the International Neuropsychology Society, 4, 409.

Farmer, J.E.,  Haut, J.S., Williams, J., Johnstone, B., Kapila, C., & Kirk, K.S. (1999).  Comprehensive assessment of memory functioning following traumatic brain injury in children.  Developmental Neuropsychology, 15, 269-289.

Johnstone, B., Schopp, L.H., Harper, J., & Koscuilek, J. (1999).  Neuropsychological impairment, vocational outcomes, and vocational costs for individuals with traumatic brain injury receiving state vocational rehabilitation services.  Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 14, 220-232.

Slaughter, J., Johnstone, B., Petrosky, G., & Flax, J. (1999).  The usefulness of the Brief Symptom Inventory in the neuropsychological evaluation of traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury, 13, 125-130.

Callahan, C.D., & Johnstone, B. (1999).  Predicting rehabilitation outcomes: The twisted pear revisited.  Rehabilitation Psychology, 44, 274-283.

Dunham, M.D., & Johnstone, B. (1999).  Variability of neuropsychological deficits associated with carbon monoxide poisoning: Four case reports.  Brain Injury, 13, 917-925.

Johnstone, B., Vieth, A.Z., Johnson, J.C., & Shaw, J.A. (2000).  Recall as a Function of Single vs. Multiple Presentations.  Rehabilitation Psychology, 45, 1-17.

Schopp, L.H., Johnstone, B., & Merveille, O.C. (2000). Multidimensional Telehealth Care Strategies for Rural Residents With Brain Injury. Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare, 6, Suppl. 1, 146-149.

Schopp, L.H., Johnstone, B.J., & Merrell, D. (2000). Telehealth and neuropsychological assessment: New opportunities for psychologists. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, 31, 179-183

Skeel, R.L., Johnstone, B., Yangco, D.T., Walker, S.E., & Komatireddy, G.R. (2000). Neuropsychological deficit profiles in systemic lupus erythematosus.  Applied Neuropsychology, 7, 96-101.

Skeel, R., & Johnstone, B., Schopp, L.H., Shaw, J., & Petroski, G.F. (2000).  Neuropsychological predictors of distress following traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury, 14(8), 705-712.

Hogg, J.R., Johnstone, B., Weishaar, S., & Petroski, G.F. (2001).  Application of a Short Form of the Category Test: A Cautionary Note.  The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 15, 129-133.

Schopp, L.H., Herrman, T.D., Johnstone, B., Callahan, C.D., & Roudebush, I.S. (2001).  Two abbreviated versions of the WAIS-3: Validation among persons with traumatic brain injury.  Rehabilitation Psychology, 46, 279-287.

Johnstone, B., Hogg, J.R., Schopp, L.H., Kapila, C., & Edwards, S. (2002).  Neuropsychological deficit profiles in senile dementia of the Alzheimer’s type.  Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17, 273-282.

Schopp, L.H., Shigaki, C.L., Johnstone, B., & Kirkpatrick, H.A. (2001). Gender differences in cognitive and emotional adjustment to traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 8, 181-188.

Mount, D.L., Hogg, J., & Johnstone, B. (2002).  Applicability of the 15-item versions of the Judgement of Line Orientation Test for individuals with traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury, 16, 1051-1055.

Johnstone, B., Nossaman, L., Schopp, L.H., Holmquist, L., & Rupright, S.J. (2002).  Distribution of services and supports for persons with traumatic brain injury in rural and urban Missouri.  Journal of Rural Health.  Winter, pp. 109-117.

Farmer, J.E., Kanne, S.M., Haut, J.S., Williams, J., Johnstone, B., & Kirk, K. (2002).  Memory functioning following traumatic brain injury in children with premorbid learning problems.  Developmental Neuropsychology, 22, 455-469.

Johnstone, B., Mount, D., Gaines, T., Goldfader, P., Bounds, T., & Pitts, O. (2002).  Race differences in a sample of vocational rehabilitation clients with traumatic brain injury.  Brain Injury, 17, 95-104.

Johnstone, B., Vessell, R., Bounds, T., Hoskins, S., & Sherman, A. (2003).  Predictors of success for state vocational rehabilitation clients with traumatic brain injury.  Archives of PM&R, 84, 161-167.

Johnstone, B., Mount, D., & Schopp, L.H. (2003).  Financial and vocational outcomes one year -post traumatic brain injury.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 84, 238-241.

Skeel, R.L., Bounds, T., Johnstone, G., Loyd, J., & Harms, N. (2003). Age differences in a sample of state vocational rehabilitation clients with traumatic brain injury.  Rehabilitation Psychology, 48, 145-150.

Johnstone, B., Price, T., Bounds, T., Schopp, L.H., Schootman, M., & Schumate, D. (2003).  Rural/urban differences in vocational outcome for state vocational rehabilitation clients with TBI.  NeuroRehabilitation, 18, 197-203.

Hinkebein, J., Martin, T., Callahan, C., & Johnstone, B. (2003). Traumatic brain injury and Alzheimer’s: Deficit profile similarities and the impact of normal ageing. Brain Injury, 17,  1035-1042.

Bounds, T. A., Schopp, L., Johnstone, B., Unger, C., & Goldman, H. (2003).  Gender differences in a sample of vocational rehabilitation clients with TBI.  NeuroRehabilitation, 18, 189-196.

Martin, T.A., Salvatore, N.F., & Johnstone, B. (2003).  Cognitive decline over time following electrical injury.  Brain Injury, 17, 817-823.

Skeel, R.L., Sitzer, D., Fogal, T., Wells, J., & Johnstone, B. (2004). Comparison of Predicted-difference, Simple-difference, and Premorbid-estimation Methodologies for Evaluating IQ and Memory Score Discrepancies Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 19, 363-374.

Orme, D., Johnstone, B., Hanks, R., & Novack, T. (2004). Utility of the WRAT-3 Reading Test as a Measure of Premorbid Intelligence Based on Brain Injury Severity.  Rehabilitation Psychology, 49(3), 250-253.

Schopp, L.H., Johnstone, B., & Reid-Arndt, S. (2005).  Telehealth specialty training for rural behavioral health generalists: Supporting and enhancing rural service delivery networks.  Professional Psychology:  Research and Practice, 36, 158-163.

Mount, D.L., Johnstone, B., White, C., & Sherman, A. (2005).  Vocational Outcomes: VR Service Determinants for Persons with Epilepsy.  Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 23, 11-20.

Mahalik, J., Shigaki, C.L., Baldwin, D., & Johnstone, B. (2006). A Review of Employability and Worksite Interventions for Persons with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation, 26 (3), 303-311.

Schopp, .L.H., Shigaki, C.L., Bounds, T.A., Johnstone, B., Stucky, R.C., & Conway, D.L. (2006).  Outcomes in TBI with violent and nonviolent etiology in a predominantly rural setting.  Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 21, 213-225.

Johnstone, B., Reid-Arndt, S., Franklin, K.L., & Harper, J. (2006). Vocational outcomes of state vocational rehabilitation clients with traumatic brain injury: A Review of the Missouri Model Brain Injury System Studies.  NeuroRehabilitation, 21, 1-13.

Johnstone, B., Martin, TA, Bounds, T, Brown, E., Rupright, J., and Sherman, A. (2006). The Impact of Concomitant Disabilities on Employment Outcomes for State Vocational Rehabilitation Clients with Traumatic Brain Injury.  Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 25, 97-106.

Johnstone, B., Glass, B., & Oliver, R.E. (2007). Religion and Disability:  Clinical, Research, and Training Considerations for Rehabilitation Professionals.  Disabilty and Rehabilitation, 29, 1153-1163.

Mahalik, J.L., Johnstone, B., Glass, B.A., & Yoon, D.P. (2007).  Spirituality, psychological coping, and community integration for persons with traumatic brain injury.  Journal of Religion, Disability, and Health, 11 (3), 65-77.

Johnstone, B., Walsh, J., Carton, S., & Fish, R. (2008).  Rehabilitation psychology:  Meeting the needs of individuals with disabilities in Ireland.  Disability and Rehabilitation, 30, 709-715.

Johnstone, B., & Glass, B.A. (2008).  Evaluation of a neuropsychological model of spirituality in persons with traumatic brain injury.  Zygon, 43, 861-874.

Franklin, K.L., Yoon, D.P., Acuff, M., & Johnstone, B. (2008).  Relationships among religiousness, spirituality, and health for individuals with spinal cord injury.  Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 14, 76-81.

Johnstone, B., Franklin, K.L., Yoon, D.P., Burris, J., & Shigaki, C.L. (2008).  Relationships among Religiousness, Spirituality, and Health for Individuals Surviving a Stroke.  Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 15, 308-313.

Cohen, D., Yoon, D.P., & Johnstone, B. (2009).  Differentiating the Impact of Spiritual Experiences, Religious Practices, and Congregational Support on the Mental Health of Individuals with Heterogeneous Medical Disorders, International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 19, 121-138.

Shigaki, C.L., Johnstone, G., Schopp, L.H. (2009).  Financial and vocational outcomes 2 years after traumatic brain injury.  Disability and Rehabilitation. 31(6), 484-489.

Johnstone, B. (2009). Spirituality, Religion and Health Outcomes Research:  Findings from the Center on Religion and the Professions. Missouri Medicine Quarterly, 106 (2), 63-66.

Johnstone, B., Yoon, D.P., Franklin, K.L., Schopp, L.H., & Hinkebein, J. (2009). Reconceptualizing the factor structure of the Brief Multidimensional Measure of Religiousness/Spirituality.  Journal of Religion and Health, 48 (2), 146-163.

Johnstone, B., Yoon, D.P. , Rupright, J., & Reid-Arndt, S. (2009). Relationships among Spiritual Beliefs, Religious Practices, Congregational Support, and Health for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury, 23, 411-419.

Reid-Arndt, S., Schopp, L., Brenneke, L., Johnstone, B., & Poole, A.D. (2009).  Evaluation of the Traumatic Brain Injury Early Referral Program in Missouri.  Brain Injury, 21 (12), 1295-1302.

Johnstone, B., & Yoon, D.P. (2009). Relationships between the Brief Multidimensional Measure of Religiousness/Spirituality and Health Outcomes for a Heterogeneous Rehabilitation Population. Rehabilitation Psychology, 54, 422-431.

Campbell, J., Yoon, D.P., & Johnstone, B. (2010).  Determining Relationships Between Physical Health and Spiritual Experience, Religious Practices, and Congregational Support in a Heterogeneous Medical Sample.  Journal of Religion and Health, 49, 3-17.

Smith, M., Thawani, N., Johnstone, B. & Stucky, R., (2010).  Neuropsychological Decline/Improvement in Opsoclonus Myoclonus Ataxia.  NeuroCase, 16, 352.

Reid-Arndt, S., Smith, M., Yoon, D.P., & Johnstone, B. (2011). Gender Differences in Spiritual Experiences, Religious Practices, and Congregational Support for Individuals with Significant Health Conditions. Journal of Religion, Disability, and Health, 15, 175-196.

Hinton, P., Johnstone, B., Bodling, A., & Blaine, E. (in press). Effects of Current Exercise and Diet on Late-Life Cognitive Health of Former College Football Players. The Physician and Sportsmedicine.

Mazurek, M.O., Johnstone, B., Hagglund, K., Mokelke, E., Lammy, A. & Yamato, Y.  (2011). Geographic differences in rehabilitation by disability type:  Findings from the Missouri Model Spinal Cord and Model Brain Injury Systems. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 18, 551-556.

Johnstone, B., McCormack, G., Yoon, D.P., & Smith, M.L. (2012).  Convergent/Divergent Validity of the Brief Multidimensional Measure of Religiousness/Spirituality:  Empirical Support for Emotional Connectedness as a “Spiritual” Construct. Journal of Religion and Health, 51, 529-541.

Johnstone, B., Bodling, A., Cohen, D., Christ, S.E., & Wegrzyn, A. (2012). Right parietal lobe “selflessness” as the neuropsychological basis of spiritual transcendence.  International Journal of the Psychology of Religion, 22, 267-284.

Baldwin, D., Johnstone, B., Ge, B., Hewett, J., Smith, M., & Sharp, G. (accepted). Randomized Prospective Study of a Workplace Ergonomic Intervention for Individuals with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis. Arthritis & Rheumatism.

Johnstone, B., Yoon, D.P., Cohen, D., Schopp, L.H., McCormack, G., & Smith, M. (2012). Relationships among spirituality, religious practices, personality factors, and health for five different faith traditions. Journal of Religion and Health, 51, 1017-1041 (DOI: 10.1007/s10943-012-96158).

Anderson, C.M., Smith, M.L., Yoon, D., & Johnstone, B. (2012). Relationships among health and spiritual beliefs, religious practices, and congregational support in individuals with cancer. Open Journal of Medical Psychology, 1, 76-80.

Bodling. A., Walsh, J., Heneghan, M., Yoon, D.P., & Johnstone (2013). Factor Analysis of the Brief Multidimensional Measure of Religiousness/Spirituality with an Irish Sample. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 20, 72-78.

Book Chapters

Frame, C.L., Giblin, M.S., & Johnstone, G.R. (1988).  Diagnostic classification systems.  In J.L. Matson (Ed.), Treating Childhood and Adolescent Psychopathology:  A Handbook, pp. 29-43.  New York:  Plenum Press.

Frame, C.L., Johnstone, B., & Giblin, M.S. (1988).  Childhood dysthymia.  In M. Hersen (Ed.), Handbook of Behavioral Child Therapy, pp. 71-83.  New York: Plenum Press.

Johnstone, B. (1992).  Neuropsychological assessment of Alzheimer’s Disease.  In S. Hansen and D. Tucker (Eds.), Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation State of the Art Review:  Neuropsychology, pp. 495-512.  Philadelphia:  Hanley & Belfus, Inc.

Frank, R.G., & Johnstone, B. (1996).  Changes in the health workforce:  Implications for psychologists.   In R.L. Glueckauf, R.G. Frank, G.R. Bond, & J. McGrew (Eds.), Psychological practice in a changing health care system:  Issues and new directions, pp. 39-51.  NY: Springer.

Johnstone, B., & Callahan, T. (1996).  Neuropsychological evaluation of traumatic brain injury in the USA:  A critical analysis.  In B.P. Uzzell and H.H. Stonnington (Eds.), Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injury, pp. 115. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Johnstone, B., Schopp, L.H., & Shigaki, C. (2000).  Forensic evaluation in rehabilitation.  In R.G Frank and T. Elliott (Eds.), Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology, 345-358.  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Johnstone, B., Holland, D., & Larimore, C. (2000).  Language and academic abilities.  In G. Groth-Marnat (Ed.), Neuropsychological Assessment in Clinical Practice, pp. 335-354.  New York:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Johnstone, B., & Hagglund, K. (2001).  Behavior and disability.  In D.Wedding (Ed.), Behavior and Medicine (3rd edition), pp. 337-346.  Seattle: Hogrefe & Huber.

Levitt, T., & Johnstone, B. (2001).  The assessment and rehabilitation of attentional impairments.  In B. Johnstone & H.H.Stonnington (Eds.).  Rehabilitation of Neuropsychological Disorders: A Practical Guide for Rehabilitation Professionals and Family Members, pp. 27-52.  Philadelphia: Psychology Press.

Martin, T.A., & Johnstone, B. (2005).  Traumatic brain injury and the older adult.  In SS. Bush and T.A. Martin (Eds.), Geriatric Neuropsychology:  Practice Essentials, 301-323. New York:  Taylor and Francis.

Johnstone, B., Schopp, L.H., Shigaki, C., and Franklin, K.L. (2009).  Forensic evaluation in rehabilitation.  In R.G Frank, M. Rosenthal, and B. Caplan (Eds.), Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology (2nd edition). pp. 179-194. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Other Articles

Frank, R.G., & Johnstone, B. (1995).  Introduction.  (R.G. Frank & B. Johnstone, Eds.), Special Issue:  Functional Outcomes in Rehabilitation. NeuroRehabilitation, 5, 1.

Johnstone, B. (1996). An editorial response to Smith-Knapp et al.’s ‘Predicting independence from neuropsychological tests following traumatic brain injury.’  Brain Injury, 10, 627-630.

Johnstone, B., & Frank, R.G. (1997).  Introduction.  In B. Johnstone and R.G. Frank (Eds.), Special Issue:  Cognitive Rehabilitation:  Training and Professional Issues.  NeuroRehabilitation, 8, 1.

Hagglund, K., & Johnstone, B. (1997).  Introduction.  In K. Hagglund and B. Johnstone (Eds.), Special Issue: The Future of Psychology in Medical Specialties.  The Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 4, 139-141.

Orme, D., & Johnstone, B. (2003).  Clinical Neuropsychologists:  Training, Credentials and Courtroom Credibility.  Journal of the Missouri Bar.  July/August issue.

Johnstone, B., & Orme, D. (2003).  Professional and ethical issues in forensic neuropsychology.  Missouri Psychologist (February), 12-14.

Schopp, L.H., Johnstone, B., Mahalik, J., & Lammy, A.B. (2004).  Missouri Statewide Traumatic Brain Injury Needs Assessment:  Report to the Head Injury Advisory Council.

Books

B. Johnstone & H.H.Stonnington (Eds.) (2001).  Rehabilitation of Neuropsychological Disorders: A Practical Guide for Rehabilitation Professionals.  Philadelphia: Psychology Press.

B. Johnstone & H.H.Stonnington (Eds.) (2009).  Rehabilitation of Neuropsychological Disorders: A Practical Guide for Rehabilitation Professionals (2nd edition).  Philadelphia: Psychology Press.

Book Reviews

Johnstone, B. (1992).  Review of “Handbook of Neuropsychological Assessment:  A Biopsychosocial Perspective.”  (1992).  A.E. Puente & R.J. McCaffrey (Eds.).  Plenum Press, New York.  Brain Injury, 2, 189-190.

Johnstone, B. (1997).  Review of  “The Neurologic Side of Neuropsychology.”  (1996).  R.E. Cytowic.  MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  Brain Injury, 11, 463.

Johnstone, B. (1998).  Review of “Injured Brains of Medical Minds: Views from Within.”  N. Kapur (Editor).  OxfordUniversity Press, Oxford.  Brain Injury, 12, 175-176.

Johnstone, B. (1999).  Review of  “Neuropsychological Handbook.”  Horton, Wedding, and Webster (Editors).  Springer.  Brain Injury, 13, 743-744.

Johnstone, B. (2001).  Review of “Brain Injury and Stroke: A Handbook to Recovery.”  E.A. Freeman.  Hale & Iremonger, Sydney.  Brain Injury, 15, 280-281.

Johnstone, B. (2004). Some practicalities of neuropsychological practice.  Review of “Clinical Neuropsychology and Cost Outcome Research:  A Beginning.”  G.P. Prigatano and N.H. Pliskin.  Psychology Press:  New York.  JINS, 472-73.

Johnstone, B.  (2004).  How Much Neurology Should a Neuropsychologist Know?  Review of “Neurology of Cognitive and Behavioral  Disorders. O. Devinsky and M. D’Esposito.  OxfordUniversity Press:  New York.  PsyCRITIQUES, 49, Release Supplement 3, Article 13.

Johnstone, B. (in press).  Review of “Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury.”  W.M. High, A.M. Sander, M.A. Struchen, and K.A. Hart (eds). Oxford:  New York.  JINS.

Johnstone, B. (2006).  The Psychology of Hoop Rivalry. Review of “To Hate Like This Is to Be Happy Forever: A Thoroughly Obsessive, Intermittently Uplifting, and Occasionally Unbiased Account of the Duke-North Carolina Basketball Rivalry.” Will Blythe.  New York:  HarperCollins.  PsycCRITIQUES, 51, Release 40, Article 2.

Johnstone, B., & Franklin, K.L. (2007).  Personal Perspectives on Caretaking:  Twelve Step Programs, Advertising, and Subconscious Persuasion Methods.  Review of “Brain, Heal Thyself:  A Caregiver’s New Approach to Recovery From Stroke, Aneurysm, and Traumatic Brain Injuries.”  Madonna Siles. Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc.  PsycCRITIQUES, 52, Release 3, Article 10.

Johnstone, B. (2007).  Lost in Translation.  Review of “Conversations with God.”  Film directed by Stephen Simon. PsycCRITIQUES, Volume 57, Release 44, Article 18.

Johnstone, B. (2009). A Cacophony of Religious, Psychological, and Theological Musings.  Review of “Miracles:  God, Science, and Psychology in the Paranormal.”  J. Harold Ellens (editor).  Praeger:  Westport, Connecticut. Volume 1 (322 pages); Volume 2 (285); Volume 3 (322 Pages).  PsyCRITIQUES, 54, Release 11, Article 2.

Johnstone, B. (2009). Commentary to “The Journey Back to Effective Cognitive Functioning After Brain Injury.  A Patient Perspective.” International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 16, 501.

Johnstone, B. (2009). A Primer on the Neuroscience of Spiritual Experience. Review of “Neuroscience, Psychology, and Religion:  Illusions, Delusions, and Realities about Human Nature” by Malcolm Jeeves and Warren S. Brown (2009).  West Conshohocken, PA:  Templeton Foundation Press. (160 pages). ISBN-13:978-1-59947-147-1. PsycCRITIQUES, 54, Release 41, Article 7.

Johnstone, B. (2011). To Be (Specific) or Not to Be (Specific):  Does the DSM-V Need Specific Diagnostic Criteria for Religious and Spiritual Issues?  Review of “Religious and Spiritual Issues in Psychiatric Diagnosis:  A Research Agenda for DSM-V” edited by J.R. Peteet, F.G. Lu, and W.E. Narrow (2011).  Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Association. (277 pages). ISBN 978-0-89042-658-6, $65.00. PsycCRITIQUES. 56, Release 13, Article 1.Johnstone, B. (2012). Contemplating the Existence of an Agentic Self in Parkinson’s Disease:  Review of “The Cognitive Neuropsychiatry of Parkinson’s Disease” by Patrick McNamara. (2011). Boston:  MIT Press (231 pages). ISBN: 978-0-262-01608-7. JINS, 18, 1-5.

Johnstone, B., & Yamato, Y. (in press). Just the Facts, Ma’am: A Primer of Basic Descriptions of General Competencies in Neuropsychology. Review of “Specialty Competencies in Clinical Neuropsychology” by Greg J. Lamberty and Nathaniel W. Nelson. (2012).  New York: Oxford University Press (195 pages). ISBN 978-0-19-538744-5. PsycCRITIQUES.

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