The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Traumatic brain injury, Cognition, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology and MEDLINE. She has researched Traumatic brain injury in several fields, including Social support and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. The various areas that Jacinta Douglas examines in her Cognition study include Rehabilitation, Inclusion and exclusion criteria, Best practice and Audit.
Her work deals with themes such as Medical literature, Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials and Behavioural sciences, which intersect with Clinical psychology. Jacinta Douglas interconnects Activity Card Sort, Activities of daily living, Gerontology and Social engagement in the investigation of issues within MEDLINE. Her studies in Injury prevention integrate themes in fields like Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
Jacinta Douglas mostly deals with Traumatic brain injury, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Rehabilitation and Medical education. Her study in Traumatic brain injury is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cognition and Audiology. Her Clinical psychology research integrates issues from Intervention, Interpersonal relationship, MEDLINE and Quality of life.
The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Intellectual disability, Social support and Perception. She has included themes like Stroke, Context, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Identity in her Rehabilitation study. Medical education is connected with Research design and CLARITY in her research.
Jacinta Douglas focuses on Rehabilitation, Traumatic brain injury, Clinical psychology, Acquired brain injury and Intellectual disability. Her Rehabilitation study incorporates themes from Interpersonal communication, Gerontology, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Alliance and Social engagement. Her Traumatic brain injury study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Speech-Language Pathology, Anesthesia, Cognition and Audiology.
Her Clinical psychology research includes elements of Health care, Neuropsychology, Quality of life, Psychosocial and Metropolitan area. Her work carried out in the field of Acquired brain injury brings together such families of science as Storytelling, Applied psychology and Research program. Her Intellectual disability research incorporates themes from Self-determination, Social psychology, Public relations, Autonomy and Decision support system.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Acquired brain injury, Rehabilitation, Clinical psychology, Quality of life and Applied psychology. Her study brings together the fields of Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Rehabilitation. Her studies deal with areas such as Cognition and Traumatic brain injury as well as Clinical psychology.
The concepts of her Traumatic brain injury study are interwoven with issues in Coping, Functional Communication and Mean age. Her Quality of life research incorporates elements of Health care, Neuropsychology, Psychosocial, Participative decision-making and Interpersonal relationship. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Multimedia, Intellectual disability and Public transport.
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Profiles of grammatical morphology and sentence imitation in children with specific language impairment and Down syndrome
P. A. Eadie;M. E. Fey;J. M. Douglas;C. L. Parsons.
Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research (2002)
The Single-Case Reporting Guideline In BEhavioural Interventions (SCRIBE) 2016 Statement.
Robyn L. Tate;Robyn L. Tate;Michael Perdices;Ulrike Rosenkoetter;William R Shadish.
Physical Therapy (2016)
Measuring perception of communicative ability: the development and evaluation of the La Trobe communication questionnaire
Jacinta M. Douglas;Christine A. O'Flaherty;Pamela C. Snow.
INCOG recommendations for management of cognition following traumatic brain injury, part IV: cognitive communication.
Leanne Togher;Catherine Wiseman-Hakes;Jacinta M Douglas;Mary Stergiou-Kita.
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation (2014)
Conversational discourse abilities following severe traumatic brain injury: a follow up study
Pamela Snow;Jacinta Douglas;Jennie Ponsford.
Brain Injury (1998)
Correlates of depression in adults with severe traumatic brain injury and their carers.
Jacinta M. Douglas;Frank J. Spellacy.
Brain Injury (2000)
Development and Preliminary Evaluation of the Transsexual Voice Questionnaire for Male-to-Female Transsexuals
Georgia Dacakis;Shelagh Davies;Jennifer M. Oates;Jacinta M. Douglas.
Journal of Voice (2013)
Indicators of long-term family functioning following severe traumatic brain injury in adults
Jacinta M. Douglas;Frank J. Spellacy.
Brain Injury (1996)
Relation of Executive Functioning to Pragmatic Outcome Following Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Jacinta M. Douglas.
Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research (2010)
Long-term ability to interpret facial expression after traumatic brain injury and its relation to social integration.
Lucy Knox;Jacinta Douglas.
Brain and Cognition (2009)
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