Deirdre R. Dawson mainly investigates Traumatic brain injury, Physical therapy, Cognition, Neuropsychology and Injury prevention. Her Traumatic brain injury research includes elements of Rehabilitation, Disinhibition, Activities of daily living, Episodic memory and Clinical psychology. Her Rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intervention, Generalization and Executive dysfunction.
Her work carried out in the field of Physical therapy brings together such families of science as Retrospective cohort study, Head injury and Cohort study. Her Cognition research integrates issues from Psychosocial and Multilevel model. Her work on Dysexecutive syndrome is typically connected to Function as part of general Neuropsychology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Deirdre R. Dawson mostly deals with Rehabilitation, Physical therapy, Cognition, Clinical psychology and Traumatic brain injury. Her Rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Self-efficacy, Nursing, Applied psychology, Stroke and Occupational therapy. The Physical therapy study which covers Executive dysfunction that intersects with Psychological intervention.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Depression and Activities of daily living. Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Test, Acquired brain injury and Neuropsychology. Her Traumatic brain injury research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Young adult, Prospective cohort study, Head injury and Community integration.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cognition, Test, Rehabilitation, Applied psychology and Activities of daily living. Her studies in Cognition integrate themes in fields like Clinical psychology and Traumatic brain injury. Her Clinical psychology research includes themes of Psychosis, Neuropsychology and Late life depression.
Her work in Test tackles topics such as Executive dysfunction which are related to areas like Social support. Rehabilitation is a subfield of Physical therapy that Deirdre R. Dawson explores. Her studies deal with areas such as Cognitive rehabilitation therapy and Gerontology as well as Activities of daily living.
Deirdre R. Dawson focuses on Gerontology, Test, Stroke, Applied psychology and Reliability. As a part of the same scientific study, Deirdre R. Dawson usually deals with the Gerontology, concentrating on Psychological intervention and frequently concerns with Family caregivers and Acquired brain injury. Deirdre R. Dawson has included themes like Psychosocial, Brain damage, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Posterior parietal cortex in her Stroke study.
Her Applied psychology research incorporates themes from Content validity, Validity, Ecological validity and Set. Her work in Executive dysfunction addresses issues such as Inter-rater reliability, which are connected to fields such as Physical therapy. Her Physical therapy study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Self-awareness.
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The case for the development and use of “ecologically valid” measures of executive function in experimental and clinical neuropsychology
Paul W. Burgess;Nick Alderman;Catrin Forbes;Angela Costello.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2006)
The benefits associated with volunteering among seniors: : A critical review and recommendations for future research
Nicole D. Anderson;Thecla Damianakis;Edeltraut Kröger;Laura M. Wagner.
Psychological Bulletin (2014)
The Disablement Experienced by Traumatically Brain-Injured Adults Living in the Community
Deirdre R. Dawson;Mary Chipman.
Brain Injury (1995)
From margins to mainstream: what do we know about work integration for persons with brain injury, mental illness and intellectual disability?
Bonnie Kirsh;Mary Stergiou-Kita;Rebecca Gewurtz;Rebecca Gewurtz;Deirdre Dawson.
Work-a Journal of Prevention Assessment & Rehabilitation (2009)
Executive function and coping at one-year post traumatic brain injury
Katherine M Krpan;Brian Levine;Donald T Stuss;Deirdre R Dawson.
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology (2007)
Mild traumatic brain injury from motor vehicle accidents: factors associated with return to work.
Carol F. Ruffolo;Judith F. Friedland;Deirdre R. Dawson;Angela Colantonio.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (1999)
Assessment of strategic self-regulation in traumatic brain injury: its relationship to injury severity and psychosocial outcome.
Brian Levine;Deirdre Dawson;Isabelle Boutet;Michael L. Schwartz.
Neuropsychology (journal) (2000)
Using the cognitive orientation to occupational performance (CO-OP) with adults with executive dysfunction following traumatic brain injury.
Deirdre R. Dawson;Arvinder Gaya;Anne Hunt;Brian Levine.
Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy (2009)
Further Development of the Multiple Errands Test: Standardized Scoring, Reliability, and Ecological Validity for the Baycrest Version
Deirdre R. Dawson;Nicole D. Anderson;Paul Burgess;Erin Cooper.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2009)
Ventral frontal contribution to self-regulation: Convergence of episodic memory and inhibition
Brian Levine;Morris Freedman;Deirdre Dawson;Sandra Black.
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