Neurocognitive Disorders Laboratory

Research Overview

This Laboratory investigates a range of neurocognitive disorders, including epilepsy, dementia and traumatic brain injury. Psychosocial outcome after epilepsy surgery, cognitive models of memory function and successful forgetting are some of the research areas investigated in this lab.

Staff

Professor Michael  Saling
Dr Jacqueline  Anderson
Jessica Patti, PhD Student
Benjamin Siveges, MPsych/PhD Student
Laura J Bird, PhD Student

Research Publications

Clarke L, Genat R, Anderson, J.  Long-term cognitive complaint and post-concussive symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury: The role of cognitive and affective factors. Brain Injury 2012; 26(3): 298-307.

Research Projects

Currently no project details available


Research Themes

Neuroscience


Key Contact

For further information about this research, please contact
Professor Sarah Wilson.

Department / Centre

Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences