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David L. Mount, Psy.D.Wake Forest School of Medicine

David L. Mount, Psy.D.

Program Director,
Assistant Professor,




Clinical Specialties

Clinical Neuropsychology, Neurorehabilitation, Behavioral Medicine, Mental Health Issues in Primary Care Practice, Psychotherapy, Health Psychology, Mental Illness Prevention, Biopsychosocial Intervention Planning, Psychology

Contact Information

Academic: 336-713-7608 | Department: 336-716-6157

Email: dmount@wakehealth.edu

Education & Training

  • B.S., Alabama State University , 1994
  • Psy.D., , 1996
  • Internship, Clinical Psychology, U Missouri Hosp & Clinics, 2001
  • Residency, Clinical Neuropsychology, U Missouri Hosp & Clinics, 2003
  • Fellowship, Clinical Psychology, U Missouri Hosp & Clinics, 2005

NPI Number

  • 1962640748
David L. Mount, Psy.D.

David L. Mount, Psy.D.

Program Director, Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity
Assistant Professor, General Internal Medicine
Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity
Center for Diabetes Research
Center for Integrative Medicine
Translational Science Institute

Research Interests

cognition/learning, diabetes, education outreach, mental disorders/psychiatry/ps, minority health issues, prevention, primary care

Contact Information

Academic: 336-713-7608 | Department: 336-716-6157

Email: dmount@wakehealth.edu

Recent Publications

Joyner J, Cline DM, Simmons DR, Ferrario CM, Mount DL. Self-reported cardiovascular disease risk factors and associated hopelessness in African American participants of a church-placed health screening program. Ethn Dis. 2014;24(1):60-66.

Mount DL, Johnson DM, Rego MI, Schofield K, Amponsah A, Graham LF. Preliminary findings exploring the social determinants of Black males' lay health perspectives. Am J Mens Health. 2012;6(1):71-79.

Mount DL, Davis C, Kennedy B, Raatz S, Dotson K, Gary-Webb TL, Thomas S, Johnson KC, Espeland MA, Bahnson J, Wagenknecht L, Reboussin D, Rejeski WJ, Lang W, Bertoni A, Vitolins M, Miller G, Ribisl P, Hodges A,. Factors influencing enrollment of African Americans in the Look AHEAD trial. Clin Trials. 2012;9(1):80-89.

Hickson DA, Lewis TT, Liu J, Mount DL, Younge SN, Jenkins WC, Sarpong DF, Williams DR. The associations of multiple dimensions of discrimination and abdominal fat in African American adults: the Jackson Heart Study. Ann Behav Med. 2012;43(1):4-14.

Faulconbridge LF, Wadden TA, Rubin RR, Wing RR, Walkup MP, Fabricatore AN, Coday M, Van Dorsten B, Mount DL, Ewing LJ, Espeland MA, Bahnson JL, Wagenknecht L, Reboussin D, Rejeski WJ, Bertoni A, Lang W, Miller G, Lefkowitz D,. One-year changes in symptoms of depression and weight in overweight/obese individuals with type 2 diabetes in the Look AHEAD study. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2012;20(4):783-793.

Rego MI, Mount D, Queen A, Morrison K, Amponsah A, Wright M, Langr M. Prevalence differences among predominantly low income women with controlled and uncontrolled type 2 diabetes: findings from the North Carolina Neurocognition Risk Reduction Diabetes Study [abstract]. J Womens Health. 2012;21(4):31-32.

Joyner J, Moore AR, Mount DL, Simmons DR, Ferrario CM, Cline DM. Emergency department patients self-report higher patient inertia, hopelessness, and harmful lifestyle choices than community counterparts. J Clin Hypertens (Greenwich). 2012;14(12):828-835.

Mount DL, Hairston KG, Charles SM. Diabetes and adverse mental health among African Americans. N C Med J. 2011;72(5):400-401.

Mount DL. Hypertension associated with neurocognitive performance among persons with type 2 diabetes: a brief report. Ment Health Fam Med. 2011;8(4):243-247.

Bell R, Bertoni A, Calles J, Hairston K, Hunter J, Mount D, Whitt-Glover MC. The epidemiology of diabetes in African Americans In: Jack L Jr, Fonseca VA, Graham GN, eds. Diabetes in Black America: public health and clinical solutions to a national crisis. Roscoe (IL): Hilton Publishing Company;2010: 5-25.

Whitt-Glover MC, Beech BM, Bell RA, Jackson SA, Loftin-Bell KA, Mount DL. Health disparities and minority health In: Shumaker SA, Ockene JK, Riekert KA, eds. The handbook of health behavior change. 3rd ed. New York: Springer;2009: 589-605.

Mount DL. Does cognition influence type 2 diabetes-related adherence? In: Shumaker SA, Ockene JK, Riekert KA, eds. The handbook of health behavior change. 3rd ed. New York: Springer;2009: 693-707.

Mount DL, Ashley AV, Lah JJ, Levey AI, Goldstein FC. Is ApoE epsilon4 associated with cognitive functioning in African Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer Disease? An exploratory study. South Med J. 2009;102(9):890-893.

Mount DL, Feeney P, Fabricatore AN, Coday M, Bahnson J, Byington R, Phelan S, Wilmoth S, Knowler WC, Espeland MA, et al. Constructing common cohorts from trials with overlapping eligibility criteria: implications for comparing effect sizes between trials. Clin Trials. 2009;6(5):416-429.

Joyner-Grantham J, Mount DL, McCorkle OD, Simmons DR, Ferrario CM, Cline DM. Self-reported influences of hopelessness, health literacy, lifestyle action, and patient inertia on blood pressure control in a hypertensive emergency department population. Am J Med Sci. 2009;338(5):368-372.

Foy C, Loftin-Bell K, Mount D, Hairston K, Hunter J, Easterling D. Race, ethnicity, social trust, and self-reported health among US adults [abstract]. Am J Epidemiol. 2008;167(11 Suppl):S97.

Foy CG, Mount DM [sic] [Mount DL], Hairston KG, Hunter J, Bell RA. Race, ethnicity and adherence to health-promoting behaviors among older adults [abstract]. Ann Behav Med. 2008;35(Suppl 1):s24.

Ntim WO, Johnson T, Mount DL, Kong BW. International outreach programs are laudable and timely [letter]. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2008;52(21):1747.

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Assistant Professor, General Internal Medicine

Clinical Specialties

Clinical Neuropsychology, Neurorehabilitation, Behavioral Medicine, Mental Health Issues in Primary Care Practice, Psychotherapy, Health Psychology, Mental Illness Prevention, Biopsychosocial Intervention Planning, Psychology

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