Her primary areas of study are Epilepsy, Epilepsy surgery, Psychosocial, Cognition and Temporal lobe. Sarah J. Wilson interconnects Rehabilitation, Surgery, Pediatrics and Depression in the investigation of issues within Epilepsy. She does research in Epilepsy surgery, focusing on Anterior temporal lobectomy specifically.
Her Psychosocial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Quality of life and Anxiety. Her Cognition research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developmental psychology and Planum temporale. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hypersexuality, Anesthesia and Amygdala.
Sarah J. Wilson mainly investigates Epilepsy, Epilepsy surgery, Cognition, Psychiatry and Clinical psychology. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Epilepsy, Pediatrics is strongly linked to Depression. Her study looks at the intersection of Epilepsy surgery and topics like Psychosocial with Rehabilitation.
Her Cognition research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology and Psychological intervention. Her work in Clinical psychology tackles topics such as Anxiety which are related to areas like Psychopathology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ictal, Anesthesia, Surgery and Internal medicine in addition to Temporal lobe.
Sarah J. Wilson mostly deals with Epilepsy, Cognition, Epilepsy surgery, Clinical psychology and Neuropsychology. Her study in Temporal lobe and Anterior temporal lobectomy is carried out as part of her Epilepsy studies. Her Cognition research incorporates elements of Developmental psychology, Context, Cognitive psychology and Psychological intervention.
Sarah J. Wilson combines subjects such as Quality of life, Drug Resistant Epilepsy, Quality of life, Mood and Physical therapy with her study of Epilepsy surgery. Her studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Autobiographical memory, Recall, Emotional intelligence and Memory impairment. Her research investigates the connection between Neuropsychological assessment and topics such as Preoperative care that intersect with issues in Psychiatry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Epilepsy, Neuropsychology, Hippocampal sclerosis, Temporal lobe and Cognition. Her Neuropsychology research includes themes of Preoperative care, Verbal memory, Epilepsy surgery and Depression. Her Preoperative care study incorporates themes from Cognitive rehabilitation therapy, Psychiatry and Quality of life.
Sarah J. Wilson interconnects Anterior temporal lobectomy, Cardiology, Ictal, Lateralization of brain function and Internal medicine in the investigation of issues within Hippocampal sclerosis. Her research integrates issues of Lesion, Audiology and Visual memory in her study of Temporal lobe. Her study connects Clinical psychology and Cognition.
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Research Review: Williams syndrome: a critical review of the cognitive, behavioral, and neuroanatomical phenotype.
Marilee A Martens;Sarah J Wilson;David Charles Reutens.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2008)
Seizure outcome after temporal lobectomy: current research practice and findings.
A M McIntosh;Sarah J Wilson;Samuel F Berkovic.
When is a forest a forest? Forest concepts and definitions in the era of forest and landscape restoration
Robin L Chazdon;Pedro Henrique Santin Brancalion;Lars Laestadius;Aoife Bennett-Curry;Aoife Bennett-Curry.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2016)
International consensus clinical practice statements for the treatment of neuropsychiatric conditions associated with epilepsy.
Michael Patrick Kerr;Seth Mensah;Frank Besag;Bertrand de Toffol.
The Cognitive and Academic Benefits of Music to Children: Facts and fiction
Rudi Crncec;Sarah J Wilson;Margot R Prior.
Educational Psychology (2006)
Mirror neuron system involvement in empathy: A critical look at the evidence
Amee D. Baird;Ingrid E. Scheffer;Sarah J. Wilson.
Social Neuroscience (2011)
Early but not late-blindness leads to enhanced auditory perception
Catherine Y Wan;Amanda Gabrielle Wood;David Charles Reutens;David Charles Reutens;Sarah J Wilson.
The “burden of normality”: concepts of adjustment after surgery for seizures
S Wilson;P Bladin;M Saling.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (2001)
Neurological control of human sexual behaviour: insights from lesion studies
Amee Dylan Baird;Sarah J Wilson;Peter F Bladin;Michael Saling.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (2007)
Preserved singing in aphasia: A case study of the efficacy of melodic intonation therapy
Sarah J. Wilson;Kate Parsons;David C. Reutens.
Music Perception (2006)
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