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2007Applicability of neural reserve theory in mild traumatic brain injuryMarosszeky, Jeno; Batchelor, Jennifer; Chapman, Jennifer; Dawson, Katie; Meares, Susanne; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)Applicability of neural reserve theory in mild traumatic brain injury, Brain Injury, vol.21,(9),2007,pp 943-949
2014Cognitive and Psychological Functioning in Fabry DiseaseSillence, David; Tchan, Michel; Batchelor, Jennifer; Knopman, Alex A; Menzies, Graham C; Sigmundsdottir, Linda; Childrens Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)Cognitive and Psychological Functioning in Fabry Disease, Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, vol.29, 7, 2014,pp 642-650
2014Cognitive Training Enhances Pre-Attentive Neurophysiological Responses in Older Adults 'At Risk' of DementiaCockayne, Nicole; Diamond, Keri; Hermens, Daniel; Hickie, Ian; Lewis, Simon; Mowszowski, Loren Rina; Naismith, Sharon; Norrie, Louisa; Batchelor, Jennifer; Ward, Philip Bentley; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research InstituteCognitive Training Enhances Pre-Attentive Neurophysiological Responses in Older Adults 'At Risk' of Dementia, Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, vol.41, 4, 2014,pp 1095-1108
2010Early intervention for cognitive decline: can cognitive training be used as a selective prevention technique?Batchelor, Jennifer; Mowszowski, Loren; Naismith, Sharon; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research InstituteEarly intervention for cognitive decline: can cognitive training be used as a selective prevention technique?, International Psychogeriatrics, vol.22, 4,pp 537-548
2014Effects of Concomitant Spinal Cord Injury and Brain Injury on Medical and Functional Outcomes and Community ParticipationMiddleton, James; Baguley, Ian J.; Batchelor, Jennifer; Boyle, Claire L.; Chilko, Stephanie; Heriseanu, R; Jones, Andrew; Meares, Sue; Nott, Melissa; Weber, Gerard; Northern Clinical School: Rehabilitations Studies UnitEffects of Concomitant Spinal Cord Injury and Brain Injury on Medical and Functional Outcomes and Community Participation, Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, vol.15, 1, 2014,pp 48-54
2014Prevalence and Predictors of Poor Sleep Quality in Mild Cognitive ImpairmentHickie, Ian; Lewis, Simon; McKinnon, Andrew; Naismith, Sharon; Terpening, Zoe; Batchelor, Jennifer; Grunstein, R; Central Clinical School: Psychiatry; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind CentrePrevalence and Predictors of Poor Sleep Quality in Mild Cognitive Impairment, Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, vol.27, 3, 2014,pp 204-211
2006The relationship of psychological and cognitive factors and opioids in the development of the postconcussion syndrome in general trauma patients with mild traumatic brain injury.Baguley, Ian; Marosszeky, Jeno; Batchelor, Jennifer; Chapman, Jennifer; Gurka, Joseph A.; Meares, Susanne; Shores, Arthur; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)The relationship of psychological and cognitive factors and opioids in the development of the postconcussion syndrome in general trauma patients with mild traumatic brain injury., Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, vol.12,(6),2006,pp 792-801
2016Sleep disturbance in mild cognitive impairment is associated with alterations in the brain's default mode networkDuffy, Shantel; Grunstein, Ron (Ronald); Hickie, Ian; Lagopoulos, Jim; Lewis, Simon; McKinnon, Andrew; Naismith, Sharon; Shine, James Macquarie; Terpening, Zoe; Batchelor, Jennifer; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Psychiatry; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind CentreSleep disturbance in mild cognitive impairment is associated with alterations in the brain's default mode network, Behavioral Neuroscience, vol.130, 3, 2016,pp 305-315