Charles Hinkin, PhD

Affiliations: 
U.C.L.A./ Greater West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
HIV & Cortical Functioning
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Litvin PY, Siders CA, Waite EN, et al. (2019) Recent cocaine use and memory impairment in HIV. Applied Neuropsychology. Adult. 1-12
Kuhn T, Jin Y, Huang C, et al. (2019) The joint effect of aging and HIV infection on microstructure of white matter bundles. Human Brain Mapping
Jones JD, Kuhn T, Levine A, et al. (2019) Changes in cognition precede changes in HRQoL among HIV+ males: Longitudinal analysis of the multicenter AIDS cohort study. Neuropsychology. 33: 370-378
Anderson AE, Jones JD, Thaler NS, et al. (2018) Intraindividual variability in neuropsychological performance predicts cognitive decline and death in HIV. Neuropsychology
Kuhn T, Kaufmann T, Doan NT, et al. (2018) An augmented aging process in brain white matter in HIV. Human Brain Mapping
Jones JD, Kuhn T, Mahmood Z, et al. (2017) Longitudinal Intra-Individual Variability in Neuropsychological Performance Relates to White Matter Changes in HIV. Neuropsychology
Kuhn T, Sayegh P, Jones JD, et al. (2017) Improvements in brain and behavior following eradication of hepatitis C. Journal of Neurovirology
Sayegh P, Thaler NS, Arentoft A, et al. (2016) Medication Adherence in HIV-Positive African Americans: The Roles of Age, Health Beliefs, and Sensation Seeking. Cogent Psychology. 3
Arentsen TJ, Panos S, Thames AD, et al. (2016) Psychosocial Correlates of Medication Adherence among HIV-Positive, Cognitively Impaired Individuals. Journal of Hiv/Aids & Social Services. 15: 404-416
Arentoft A, Van Dyk K, Thames AD, et al. (2016) HIV-transmission-related risk behavior in HIV+ African American men: Exploring biological, psychological, cognitive, and social factors. Journal of Hiv/Aids & Social Services. 15: 299-318
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