1998 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cognition, Neuropsychology, Virtual reality, Cognitive psychology and Psychiatry. His study on Cognition is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Developmental psychology. Thomas D. Parsons works in the field of Neuropsychology, namely Neuropsychological assessment.
His Virtual reality study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rehabilitation, Neurocognitive, Social psychology and Distraction. His work investigates the relationship between Cognitive psychology and topics such as Executive functions that intersect with problems in Verbal fluency test. His work in the fields of Exposure therapy and Neuropsychological test overlaps with other areas such as Military deployment, Terrorism and Active duty.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Virtual reality, Neuropsychology, Cognitive psychology, Cognition and Neuropsychological assessment. His Virtual reality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rehabilitation, Exposure therapy and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Executive functions, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Neurocognitive and Clinical neuropsychology in addition to Neuropsychology.
His Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Affective computing, Stroop effect, Social psychology and Ecological validity. His Cognition study often links to related topics such as Affect. His study looks at the relationship between Neuropsychological assessment and fields such as Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Thomas D. Parsons mainly focuses on Neuropsychology, Virtual reality, Cognitive psychology, Neuropsychological assessment and Engineering ethics. His work carried out in the field of Neuropsychology brings together such families of science as Clinical neuropsychology, Ecology and Ecological validity. His Ecological validity study is focused on Cognition in general.
Virtual reality is a primary field of his research addressed under Human–computer interaction. Thomas D. Parsons has included themes like Inhibitory control, Moderation, Meta-analysis, Virtual classroom and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in his Cognitive psychology study. The concepts of his Neuropsychological assessment study are interwoven with issues in Internal medicine, Neuropsychological test, Blood based biomarkers and Clinical psychology.
His primary areas of investigation include Neuropsychology, Cognitive psychology, Virtual reality, Everyday activities and Stroop effect. His Neuropsychology study incorporates themes from Test, Ecology, Disease and Clinical neuropsychology. His Cognitive psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Modality and Autism spectrum disorder.
His work deals with themes such as Communication, Moderation, Meta-analysis, Virtual classroom and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which intersect with Virtual reality. His Stroop effect research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecological validity and Inhibitory control. In his research on the topic of Inhibitory control, Neurocognitive is strongly related with Social psychology.
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Affective outcomes of virtual reality exposure therapy for anxiety and specific phobias: a meta-analysis.
Thomas D. Parsons;Albert A. Rizzo.
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry (2008)
The prevalence and incidence of neurocognitive impairment in the HAART era.
Kevin R. Robertson;Marlene Smurzynski;Thomas D. Parsons;Kunling Wu.
Cognitive sequelae of subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation in Parkinson's disease: a meta-analysis
Thomas D Parsons;Steven A Rogers;Alyssa J Braaten;Steven Paul Woods.
Lancet Neurology (2006)
Virtual Reality for Enhanced Ecological Validity and Experimental Control in the Clinical, Affective and Social Neurosciences.
Thomas D. Parsons.
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2015)
Sex differences in mental rotation and spatial rotation in a virtual environment.
Thomas D. Parsons;Peter Larson;Kris Kratz;Marcus Thiebaux.
Method and system for identifying people who are likely to have a successful relationship
J. Galen Buckwalter;Steven R. Carter;Gregory T. Forgatch;Thomas D. Parsons.
A virtual reality scenario for all seasons: the virtual classroom.
Albert A Rizzo;Todd Bowerly;J Galen Buckwalter;Dean Klimchuk.
Cns Spectrums (2006)
A controlled clinical comparison of attention performance in children with ADHD in a virtual reality classroom compared to standard neuropsychological methods.
Thomas D. Parsons;Todd Bowerly;J. Galen Buckwalter;Albert A. Rizzo.
Child Neuropsychology (2007)
Virtual Reality Goes to War: A Brief Review of the Future of Military Behavioral Healthcare
Albert Rizzo;Thomas D. Parsons;Belinda Lange;Patrick Kenny.
Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings (2011)
Virtual reality in paediatric rehabilitation: A review
Thomas D. Parsons;Albert Rizzo;Steven A. Rogers;Philip York.
Developmental Neurorehabilitation (2009)
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