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Dr. Herman Jones

James H. Little Professor of Neurology

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Direct Phone: (405) ***-****       

Email: h***@***.edu

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

1100 N. Lindsay

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104

United States

Company Description

The University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy offers student evaluations of teaching through the CoursEval system. This system is an on-line tool that anonymously gathers feedback from students about courses and lecturers. more

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Employment History

Consultant
Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics

Education

Ph.D.

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Herman Jones, Ph.D. is an ...

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Herman Jones, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He provides supervision of Fellows who seek supplemental Training Experiences in Intracarotid Amobarbital (WADA) Testing as well as other inpatient neuropsychology services within the Department of Neurology. His scholarly interests include epilepsy, delirium, traumatic brain injury, cognitive rehabilitation, somatization disorders, and criminal forensic applications of psychology and clinical neuropsychology.


The drug causes a euphoric and ...

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The drug causes a euphoric and sometimes mildly hallucinogenic feeling by releasing a burst of serotonin, the chemical that regulates mood, said Dr. Herman Jones, assistant professor of neurology and psychiatry at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

"So you feel really good for about six to eight hours and then mildly depressed — for most folks — for about a week afterward," Jones said.
The real risk comes from the short-term effects, because of elevated body temperature, which can lead to brain swelling and death.Users can become so caught up in the drug that they become dehydrated or nutrient-depleted, Jones said.Ecstasy also increases the risk of seizures.
Jones said the drug is probably the most common worldwide, but is not as popular here because of the cost.


Ticketed session

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Dr. Robert Block, a pediatrician, will share information about the current research in adolescent brain development, followed by Dr. Herman Jones, a neuropsychologist, who will cover adolescent behavior and decision making.

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Herman Jones, Ph. D., is a neuropsychologist and Clinical Associate Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.Dr. Jones has had extensive training in neurology as well as cortical function and neurorehabilitation.He is also a consultant to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.One of his research interests is neurologic violence and he has worked with 160 youth between the ages of ten and 16 who have committed murder.


Herman Jones, Ph.D., the ...

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Herman Jones, Ph.D., the associate dean for student affairs and the James H. Little, M.D., Chair in Neurology, was the students' pick for commencement speaker, and his well-known blend of wit and inspiration didn't disappoint.

Employing the technique sotto voce ("soft voice"), Jones not-so-subtly pointed out the class clown, the devoted scholars and the compassionate students who rallied around their peers. He also reminded them of the magnitude of what they had achieved as medical students: 29,744 pages of reading in the first two years alone; daily studying of six to eight hours outside a full day in the classroom; and 13,600 diseases and disorders to master, or at least recognize. The weight of their work continued in the third and fourth years with an intense clinical time designed to transform knowledge into wisdom and intellectual interest into compassion.
"You, the Class of 2012, have demonstrated the capacity to learn," Jones said. "Given the explosion of information in medicine, this will serve you well. As importantly, you've demonstrated an ability to support, protect and care.
"Yours will be a career marked by great changes in medicine, judging by the dramatic shifts in the last 50 years," Jones said.


Herman Jones, Ph.D., the ...

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Herman Jones, Ph.D., the associate dean for student affairs and the James H. Little, M.D., Chair in Neurology, was the students' pick for commencement speaker, and his well-known blend of wit and inspiration didn't disappoint.

Employing the technique sotto voce ("soft voice"), Jones not-so-subtly pointed out the class clown, the devoted scholars and the compassionate students who rallied around their peers. He also reminded them of the magnitude of what they had achieved as medical students: 29,744 pages of reading in the first two years alone; daily studying of six to eight hours outside a full day in the classroom; and 13,600 diseases and disorders to master, or at least recognize. The weight of their work continued in the third and fourth years with an intense clinical time designed to transform knowledge into wisdom and intellectual interest into compassion.
"You, the Class of 2012, have demonstrated the capacity to learn," Jones said. "Given the explosion of information in medicine, this will serve you well. As importantly, you've demonstrated an ability to support, protect and care.
"Yours will be a career marked by great changes in medicine, judging by the dramatic shifts in the last 50 years," Jones said.

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