2001 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Keith Owen Yeates mainly focuses on Traumatic brain injury, Injury prevention, Psychiatry, Cognition and Developmental psychology. His Traumatic brain injury research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Orthopedic surgery, Glasgow Coma Scale, Clinical psychology, Prospective cohort study and Pediatrics. His work carried out in the field of Prospective cohort study brings together such families of science as Physical therapy and Cohort study.
His research integrates issues of Quality of life, Activities of daily living, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Occupational safety and health in his study of Injury prevention. His biological study deals with issues like Post-concussion syndrome, which deal with fields such as Injury Severity Score, Public health and Neurological disorder. His research in Cognition tackles topics such as Longitudinal study which are related to areas like Executive functions.
Keith Owen Yeates focuses on Traumatic brain injury, Clinical psychology, Concussion, Injury prevention and Psychiatry. He interconnects Cognition, Neuropsychology, Developmental psychology, Early childhood and Pediatrics in the investigation of issues within Traumatic brain injury. His study focuses on the intersection of Clinical psychology and fields such as Anxiety with connections in the field of Chronic pain.
As a part of the same scientific study, Keith Owen Yeates usually deals with the Concussion, concentrating on Physical therapy and frequently concerns with Prospective cohort study, Cohort study and Post-concussion syndrome. His Injury prevention study combines topics in areas such as Longitudinal study, Child Behavior Checklist, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Occupational safety and health. Keith Owen Yeates has researched Psychiatry in several fields, including Distress and Cohort.
Keith Owen Yeates spends much of his time researching Concussion, Traumatic brain injury, Clinical psychology, Physical therapy and Injury prevention. His Concussion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Clinical trial, Cohort study, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Emergency department and Prospective cohort study. His work carried out in the field of Traumatic brain injury brings together such families of science as Orthopedic surgery, Randomized controlled trial, Cognition, Early childhood and Pediatrics.
Keith Owen Yeates does research in Cognition, focusing on Neuropsychology specifically. His Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Pain catastrophizing, Anxiety, Chronic pain, Pain Interference and Quality of life. His Injury prevention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Occupational safety and health, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Concussion, Traumatic brain injury, Pediatrics, Prospective cohort study and Clinical psychology. His Concussion study is concerned with Injury prevention in general. Keith Owen Yeates performs integrative study on Traumatic brain injury and Typically developing.
In his study, Cerebral blood flow and Closed head injury is strongly linked to Neuroimaging, which falls under the umbrella field of Pediatrics. His Prospective cohort study study combines topics in areas such as Balance, Emergency department, Cognition and Cohort study. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Intervention, Pain catastrophizing and Anxiety, Pain Interference.
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A prospective study of short- and long-term outcomes after traumatic brain injury in children: behavior and achievement.
H. Gerry Taylor;Keith Owen Yeates;Shari L. Wade;Dennis Drotar.
Neuropsychology (journal) (2002)
Short- and long-term social outcomes following pediatric traumatic brain injury.
Keith Owen Yeates;Erika Swift;H. Gerry Taylor;Shari L. Wade.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2004)
Social Outcomes in Childhood Brain Disorder: A Heuristic Integration of Social Neuroscience and Developmental Psychology
Keith Owen Yeates;Erin D. Bigler;Maureen Dennis;Cynthia A. Gerhardt.
Psychological Bulletin (2007)
Clinical Risk Score for Persistent Postconcussion Symptoms Among Children With Acute Concussion in the ED
Roger Zemek;Nick Barrowman;Stephen B. Freedman;Jocelyn Gravel.
Pediatric sport-related concussion: a review of the clinical management of an oft-neglected population.
Michael W. Kirkwood;Keith Owen Yeates;Pamela E. Wilson.
Deviation from Developmentally Appropriate Self-Care Autonomy: Association with diabetes outcomes
Tim Wysocki;Alexandra Taylor;Brenda S Hough;Thomas R Linscheid.
Diabetes Care (1996)
Long-Term Behavior Problems Following Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Prevalence, Predictors, and Correlates
Lisa Schwartz;H Gerry Taylor;Dennis Drotar;Keith Owen Yeates.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (2003)
Preinjury family environment as a determinant of recovery from traumatic brain injuries in school-age children
Keith Owen Yeates;H. Gerry Taylor;Dennis Drotar;Shari L. Wade.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (1997)
Social problem-solving skills in children with traumatic brain injury: long-term outcomes and prediction of social competence.
Jennifer A Janusz;Michael W Kirkwood;Keith Owen Yeates;H Gerry Taylor.
Child Neuropsychology (2002)
Long-Term Executive Function Deficits in Children With Traumatic Brain Injuries: Assessment Using the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF)
Shanley Mangeot;Kira Armstrong;Andrew N. Colvin;Keith Owen Yeates.
Child Neuropsychology (2002)
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