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Dr

Jacqueline Anderson

Senior Lecturer - Clinical Neuropsychology
Melbourne School Of Psychological Sciences
cognition
neuropsychology
stroke
mild traumatic brain injury
attention
executive function
subcortex
humans
science & technology
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Dr

Jacqueline Anderson

 
Division
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
 
Primary Interest
neuropsychology
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Dr

Jacqueline Anderson

 

Dr. Jacqueline Anderson is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Neuropsychology in the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences; she is also the Convenor of the School’s Postgraduate Program in Clinical Neuropsychology. As well as undertaking research in the area, she has 20 years of experience working as a Clinical Neuropsychologist in both the public and private health sectors.

She is currently Honorary Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist at The Alfred hospital. Dr. Anderson’s research program specialises in abnormal cognitive functioning. She and her lab members use a combination of clinical and laboratory-based tools to investigate adult patient populations with neuropsychological disorders. Her research interests primarily relate to outcome after mild traumatic brain injury and stroke. In particular, she is focused on investigating the neuropsychological (cognitive, behavioural, psychological) and neuropathological aetiologies of individual patient variation in outcome after these events. She has a further specific interest in abnormalities of attention and memory, executive function and subcortical cognitive networks in the context of neuropsychological disorders.

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2007

Victorian Neurotrauma Initiative

2003

International Neuropsychological Societ

2

Awards

Credentials

Positions


Senior Lecturer - Clinical Neuropsychology

Melbourne School Of Psychological Sciences

Full

International Neuropsychological Society

Full

College of Clinical Neuropsychologists

Full

Australian Psychological Society

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Master of Psychology

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Science (honours)

University of Melbourne