Glenn Jones, Adjunct Professor

photo of JonesLSU Health- Baton Rouge
LSU Medical Education and Innovation Center, #330
5246 Brittany Drive
Baton Rouge, LA. 70808
Phone: 225-757-4215
Email: GJones@lsuhsc.edu
 
 

Present Positions

Professor
Department of Family Medicine
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

Adjunct Professor
Department of Psychology,
Louisiana State University

Research Interests

My research interests are in behavioral medicine and topics of interest to psychologists working in medical settings. I am especially interested in:

  • factors impacting adherence to medical regimens
  • screening for mental health and substance abuse problems in medical settings
  • stress and its impact on health and adherence to medical treatments
  • the impact of psychopathology on health, adherence and medical utilization
  • the impact of ethnicity and cultural differences on assessment of psychopathology, and especially on screening for psychopathology
  • HIV/Aids adjustment and mental health issues

Clinical Interests:

Primary Care Psychology, Behavioral Medicine, and the application of psychological principals to medical care and medical problems.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety and Mood Disorders

Sexual Dysfunctions

Motivational Interviewing

Education

1976 – 1981
University of Houston
Houston, TX
Major: Psychology
B.S., August 1981

1981 -1987
Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge, LA
Major: Clinical Psychology
M.A., May 1984
Ph.D., August 1987

1985 - 1986
Clinical Psychology Internship
Medical University of South Carolina & Veterans Administration Medical Center
Charleston, SC 

1/2008-5/2010 PostDoctoral Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology (MSCP)
Alliant International University/California School of Professional Psychology

Representative Publications

Johnson, A.C., El Hajj, S.C., Perret, J.N., Caffery, T.S., Jones, G.N., Musso, M.W. (2015). Smartphones in medicine: Emerging practices in an academic medical center. Journal of Medical Systems, 39(1):164- . PMID: 25526706. DOI: 10.1007/s10916-014-0164-4. Epub 2014 Dec 2.
 
Musso, M., Perret, J. N., Sanders, T. Daray, R., Anderson, K., Lancaster, M, Lim, D., & Jones, G. N. (Sept 2014). Patients’ comprehension of their emergency department encounter: A pilot study using physician observers. Annals of Emergency Medicine. doi: 10.1016/j.annemergmed.2014.08.012.
 
Musso, M.W., Jones, G.N., Heck, M.C., and Gouvier, W.D. (2013). Delusional parasitosis as a presenting feature of HIV dementia: A case study. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, 20(1),66-72. DOI: 10.1080/09084282.2012.704602
 
Jones, G.N., Proto, D.A., Musso, M.W., Barker, A.A. & Gouvier, W.D. (2012). Using the NAART to estimate WRAT4 reading grade level in a predominantly African-American sample. Applied Neuropsychology, 19(4), 257-62. DOI:10.1080/09084282.2011.643966
 
Stewart, D.W, Jones, G.N., & Minor, K.S. (2011). Smoking, depression, and gender in low-income African Americans with HIV/AIDS. Behavioral Medicine, 37(3), 77-80. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08964289.2011.583946
 
Hill, B.D., Barkemeyer, C.A., Jones, G.N., Santa Maria, M.P, Minor, K.S., & Browndyke, J.N. (2010). Validation of the Coin Rotation Task: A simple, inexpensive, and convenient screening tool for impaired psychomotor processing speed. The Neurologist, 16(4), 249-53.
 
Minor, K.S., Jones, G.N., Stewart, D.W., Hill, B.D., and Kulesza, M. (2010). Comparing two measures of psychomotor performance in patients with HIV: The Coin Rotation Task and the Modified HIV Dementia Screen. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Disorders, 55(2) 225-7.
 
Brantley, P.J., Dutton, G.R., Grothe, K.B., Bodenlos, J.S., Howe, J., & Jones, G.N. (2005). Minor life events as predictors of medical utilization in low income African American family practice patients. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 28, {epub ahead of print 1-7}.

Grothe, K.B., Dutton, G.R., Jones, G.N., Bodenlos, J.S., Ancona, M., & Brantley, P.J. (2005). Validation of the Beck Depression Inventory-II in a low-income, African American sample of medical outpatients. Psychological Assessment, 17(1), 110-114.

Dutton, G.R., Grothe, K.B., Jones, G.N., Whitehead, D., Kendra, K., & Brantley, P.J. (2004). Use of the Beck Depression Inventory-II with African American primary care patients. General Hospital Psychiatry, 26(6), 437-442.

Boudreaux, E.D., d’Autremont, S., Wood, K., & Jones, G.N. (2004). Predictors of emergency department patient satisfaction: Stability over 17 months. Academic Emergency Medicine, 11(1), 1-8.

Jones, G.N., Ames, S.C., Jeffries, S.K., Scarinci, I.C., & Brantley, P.J. (2001). Utilization of medical services and quality of life among low-income patients with Generalized Anxiety Disorder attending primary care clinics. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 31(2), 201-216.

Ames, S.C., Jones, G.N., Howe, J.T., & Brantley, P.J. (2001). A prospective study of the impact of stress on quality of life: An investigation of low-income individuals with hypertension. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 23 (2), 112-119.

Catz, S.L., McClure, J.B., Jones, G.N., & Brantley, P.J. (1999). Predictors of outpatient medical appointment attendance among persons with HIV. AIDS Care, 11(3), 361-373.

Brantley, P.J., Jones, G.N., Boudreaux, E., & Catz, S.L. (1997). The Weekly Stress Inventory. In C.P. Zalaquett and R.J. Wood (Eds.), Evaluating Stress: A Book of Resources (pp.405-420). Scarecrow Press: Lanham, Md.

Brantley, P.J., and Jones, G.N. (1993). Daily stress and stress-related disorders. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 15(1), 17-25.

Brantley, P.J., & Jones, G.N. (1989). Daily Stress Inventory: Professional Manual. Odessa, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources.

Brantley, P.J., Deitz, L.S., McKnight, G.T., Jones, G.N., & Tulley, R.T. (1988). Convergence between the Daily Stress Inventory and endocrine measures of stress. Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology, 56, 549-551.