The Caulfield Psychology department research program focuses on community integration among stroke survivors, the neuropsychology of squalor and sleep disturbances and cognition in mild cognitive impairment.
These projects include
- Long-term community integration among home-dwelling stroke survivors: The influence of subjective cognitive difficulties. S Kimonides, G Kinsella, M Cavuoto, L De Silva
- Cognitive change following cardiac rehabilitation. F Wise, M Lewis, G Kinsella, B Ong, K Pike, A Ferlewicz
- Sleep disturbance and cognition in amnestic mild cognitive impairment and healthy older adults with and without subjective memory complaints. G Kinsella, B Ong, K Pike, C Nicholas, E Rand, M Cavuoto
- A prospective study of the neuropsychology of squalor. S MacFarlane, M. Lewis, S Lee, B Long, D Perre, D Leighton, B Harris, J Buchanan
- Evaluating emotional and social functioning following acquired brain injury. J Wrench, S Hall, S Wilson