PhD, University of Colorado - Colorado Springs
Joie Molden, PhD is a Neuropsychology Fellow in the University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Neurosurgery’s Adult Neuropsychology Fellowship. She completed her doctoral education and training in clinical psychology with a focus in geropsychology from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs and her predoctoral internship in the Neuropsychology Major Area of Study at the Memphis VA Medical Center. Dr. Molden conducts supervised neuropsychological evaluations with patients from the Memory Disorders Clinic and other clinics on campus. She has a particular clinical interest in geropsychology and neurodegenerative diseases. Her research interests include attitudes toward aging, dementia worry, and age-based stereotype threat.
Molden J, Maxfield M. The impact of aging stereotypes on dementia worry. Eur J Ageing. 2017 Mar; 14(1):29-37. PMID: 28804392.