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Paul Dockree
Associate Professor, Psychology

Biography

Paul Dockree is an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology and Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience. Paul is a cognitive neuroscientist interested in mechanisms of attention, memory and awareness through investigation with neuropsychological and electrophysiological methods. His work has a clinical emphasis to understand changes in functioning caused by brain injury and aging but also a strong interest in developing rehabilitation techniques to improve patient recovery from cognitive disabilities.

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Lisa Fitzgerald, Mahnaz Arvaneh, Paul Dockree, Domain-specific and domain-general processes underlying metacognitive judgments, Consciousness and Cognition, 2017 Journal Article, 2017 DOI

Lacey Eric A, Dockree Paul M, Lawlor Brian, Crosby Lisa, Robertson Ian H, SELF AND ERROR AWARENESS IN MILD TO MODERATE ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE , Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association , 12 , (7 ), 2016 Journal Article, 2016

Martel A, Arvaneh M, Dockree P, Robertson I, Neurophysiological correlates of mind-wandering, towards a predictive BCI-based Neurofeedback , Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Meeting , Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, California, USA, 30 May - 03 Jun 2016, Taylor & Francis , 2016 Conference Paper, 2016

Dockree PM, Tarleton YM, Carton S, FitzGerald MC, Connecting Self-Awareness and Error-Awareness in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury., Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS, 21, (7), 2015, p473-82 Journal Article, 2015 DOI

Connecting clinical and experimental investigations of awareness in traumatic brain injury in, editor(s)J. Grafman and A.M. Salazar , Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Elsevier, 2015, 511-524 , [Dockree, P.M. O'Connell, R.G. Robertson, I.H.] Book Chapter, 2015 DOI URL

Eric A. Lacey, Redmond G. O†Connell, Shane M. O†Mara, Paul M. Dockree, Investigating the Effects of Mild Induced Hypothermia on Cognition using a Measure of Sustained Attention , Open Access Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 3, Pp 1-8 (2015) , 2015, p1 - Journal Article, 2015 URL DOI

Dundon NM, Dockree SP, Buckley V, Merriman N, Carton M, Clarke S, Roche RA, Lalor EC, Robertson IH, Dockree PM, Impaired auditory selective attention ameliorated by cognitive training with graded exposure to noise in patients with traumatic brain injury., Neuropsychologia, 75, 2015, p74-87 Journal Article, 2015 DOI

Dockree PM, Brennan S, O'Sullivan M, Robertson IH, O'Connell RG, Characterising neural signatures of successful aging: Electrophysiological correlates of preserved episodic memory in older age., Brain and cognition, 97, 2015, p40-50 Journal Article, 2015 DOI

Salomone S, Robertson IH, Lynch T, Balsters JH, Fearon C, Marnane M, Pender NP, Dockree PM, The effects of immunologic brainstem encephalopathy on cognitive function following awakening from a progressive autoimmune coma., Neurocase, 20, (5), 2014, 569-580 Journal Article, 2014 Other TARA - Full Text DOI

FitzGerald, M.C., Carton, S., O'Keeffe, F., Coen, R.F., Dockree P.M. , Impaired self-awareness following acquired brain injury: current theory, models and anatomical understanding. , The Irish Journal of Psychology, 33, (2-3), 2012, p78 - 85 Journal Article, 2012 DOI

O'Connell RG, Dockree PM, Kelly SP, A supramodal accumulation-to-bound signal that determines perceptual decisions in humans., Nature neuroscience, 15, (12), 2012, p1729 - 1735 Journal Article, 2012 DOI

Coen, R., Dockree, P., Sexton, G., Cronin, H., O'Regan, C., Lawlor, B., & Kenny, R. A., The Irish longitudinal study of ageing (TILDA): preliminary data on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in community dwelling Irish older adults, Irish Journal of Medical Science, 180, 2011, pS333 - S334 Journal Article, 2011

Paul M. Dockree, Ian H. Robertson, Electrophysiological markers of cognitive deficits in Traumatic Brain Injury: A review, International Journal of Psychophysiology, 82, (1), 2011, p53-60 Journal Article, 2011 TARA - Full Text DOI

M Hogan, S Jackson, J O'Shea, & J Balsters (ed.), 6th European Science Foundation ERNI - HSF meeting on 'Combining Brain Imaging Techniques', Introduction to EEG methods and concepts: What is it? Why use it? How to do it. Advantages? Limitations?, National University of Ireland, Galway, April 29th - May 1st, 2011, 18 p Proceedings of a Conference, 2011

Dundon, N., Korpelainen, S.P., Merriman, N. Clarke, S, Robertson, I. H. & Dockree, P. M., Training Attentional Filtering in Traumatic Brain Injury, Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, 2011 Conference Paper, 2011

O'Connell, R. G., Balsters, J. H., Kelly, S. P., Dockree, P. M., & Robertson, I. H., Tracing the neural signature of lapsing attention in the pre-error period using simultaneous EEG and fMRI, The Frontal Lobes, 20th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference, Toronto, 2010 Conference Paper, 2010

Dockree, P. M., Camilleri, R. M., Van Heugten, C., Carton, S., Delargy, M., & Robertson, I. H., Cognitive Flexibility and Task Switching In Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), The Frontal Lobes, 20th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference, Toronto, 2010 Conference Paper, 2010

Brennan, S., Dockree, P., Sobolowski, R. and Robertson, I.H. , Contribution of alpha to memory failures in healthy elderly, Irish Journal of Medical Sciences, 179, 2010, ppS105 - S105 Meeting Abstract, 2010

O'Connell, RG, Dockree, PM, Robertson, IH, Bellgrove, MA, Foxe, JJ and Kelly, SP, Uncovering the neural signature of lapsing attention: Electrophysiological predictors of human error are apparent up to 20 s in advance, 3rd Annual Neuroscience Ireland Conference, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, 10-11 September, 2009, ppS128 - S128 Conference Paper, 2009

Sobolewski R., Finnegan S. Dockree P. Robertson I.H., Reilly R.B, Monitoring of Cognitive Processes in Older Persons, Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Neural Engineering, 4th IEEE International Conference on Neural Engineering, Turkey, April 29 - May 2, IEEE, 2009, pp132-135 Conference Paper, 2009 DOI TARA - Full Text

O'Connell, RG, Dockree, PM, Bellgrove, MA, Turin, A, Ward, S, Foxe, JJ, Robertson, IH, Two types of action error: electrophysiological evidence for separable inhibitory and sustained attention neural mechanisms producing error on go/no-go tasks., Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 21, (1), 2009 Journal Article, 2009 DOI

Redmond G. O'Connell, Paul M. Dockree, Ian H. Robertson, Mark A. Bellgrove, John J. Foxe, and Simon P. Kelly, Uncovering the Neural Signature of Lapsing Attention: Electrophysiological Signals Predict Errors up to 20 s before They Occur, The Journal of Neuroscience, 29, (26), 2009, p8604-8611 Journal Article, 2009 TARA - Full Text

O'Connell RG, Bellgrove MA, Dockree PM, Lau A, Hester R, Garavan H, Fitzgerald M., Foxe JJ, Robertson IH, The neural correlates of deficient error awareness in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Neuropsychologia, 47, (4), 2009, p1149 - 1159 Journal Article, 2009 URL DOI TARA - Full Text URL

O'Connell RG, Dockree PM, Bellgrove MA, Turin A, Ward S, Foxe JJ, et al. , Two types of action error: electrophysiological evidence for separable inhibitory and sustained attention neural mechanisms producing error on Go/No-go tasks. , Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21, (1), 2009, p93-104 Journal Article, 2009 DOI

Sobolewski, R., Reilly, R.B., Finnigan, S., Dockree, P., O'Sullivan, K., Robertson, I.H., Monitoring of cognitive processes in older persons , Proceedings of Conference on Neural Engineering, 4th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering, Antalya, Turkey, April 29 -May 2, IEEE, 2009, pp132-135 Conference Paper, 2009 DOI

Cognitive neuroscience: introduction and historical perspective in, editor(s)R.A.P. Roche & S. Commins , Pioneering Studies In Cognitive Neuroscience, Maidenhead, Open University Press, 2009, pp1-18 , [Roche, R.A.P., Commins, S. & Dockree, P.] Book Chapter, 2009

Hoerold D, Dockree PM, O'Keeffe FM, Bates H Pertl M , Robertson IH , Neuropsychology of Self Awareness in Young Adults. , Experimental Brain Research, 186, (3), 2008, p509 - 515 Journal Article, 2008 DOI

O'Connell RG, Bellgrove MA, Dockree PM, Lau A, Fitzgerald M, Robertson I H, Self-Alert Training: Volitional Modulation of Autonomic Arousal Improves Sustained Attention. , Neuropsychologia, 46, (5), 2008, p1379 - 1390 Journal Article, 2008 DOI URL URL

Hoerold, D., Dockree, P. M., O'Keeffe, F. M., Bates, H., Pertl, M., & Robertson, I. H., Neuropsychology of Self Awareness in Young Adults, Experimental Brain Research, 186, (3), 2008, p509 - 515 Journal Article, 2008 DOI URL

O'Keeffe, F , Dockree, P, Moloney, P, Carton, S, Robertson, I H , Awareness of Deficits in Traumatic Brain Injury: A Multidimensional Approach to Assessing Metacognitive Knowledge and Online-Awareness, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 13, (1), 2007, p59 - 70 Journal Article, 2007 TARA - Full Text DOI

O'Keeffe F, Murray B, Coen RF, Dockree P, Bellgrove M Garavan H, Lynch T, Robertson IH, (2007) Loss of Insight in Frontotemporal Dementia, Corticobasal Degeneration and Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, Brain, 130, (3), 2007, p753 - 764 Journal Article, 2007 DOI

O'Connell, R.G., Dockree, P.M., Bellgrove, M.A., Kelly, S.P., Hester, R., Garavan, H., Robertson, I.H. & John J. Foxe , The role of Cingulate Cortex in the detection of errors with and without awareness: a high-density electrical mapping and source-analysis study, European Journal of Neuroscience, 25, 2007, p2571 - 2579 Journal Article, 2007 TARA - Full Text URL DOI

O'Keeffe FM, Dockree PM, Moloney P, Carton S, Robertson IH., Characterising error-awareness of attentional lapses and inhibitory control failures in patients with traumatic brain injury, Experimental Brain Research, 180, (1), 2007, p59-67 Journal Article, 2007 DOI

Dockree P, Kelly SP, Foxe JF, Reilly RB and Robertson IH, Optimal sustained attention is linked to the spectral content of background EEG activity: Greater ongoing tonic alpha (~10Hz) power supports successful phasic goal activation, European Journal of Neuroscience, 25, (3), 2007, p900 - 907 Journal Article, 2007 DOI

Hogan M, Carolan L, Roche RAP, Dockree PM, Kaiser J, Bunting BP, Robertson IH, Lawlor BA , Electrophysiological and information processing variability predicts memory decrements associated with normal age-related cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease (AD) , Brain Research, 1119, (1), 2006, p215-226 Journal Article, 2006 DOI

Dockree PM, Bellgrove MA, O'Keeffe FM, Moloney P, Aimola L, Carton S, Robertson IH, Sustained attention in traumatic brain injury (tbi) and healthy controls: enhanced sensitivity with dual-task load, Experimental Brain Research, 168, (1-2), 2006, p218 - 229 Journal Article, 2006 DOI

O'Connell, R. G., Bellgrove, M. A., Dockree, P. M., & Robertson, I. H., Cognitive Rehabilitation of attention in ADHD - effects of periodic non-contingent alerts on sustained attention to response, Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 16, (6), 2006, p653 - 665 Journal Article, 2006 DOI

Dockree, P. M., Bellgrove, M. A., O'Keeffe, F. M., Moloney, P., Aimola, L., & Robertson, I. H., Sustained Attention in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Healthy Controls: Enhanced Sensitivity with Dual-Task Load, Experimental Brain Research, 168, (1-2), 2006, p218 - 229 Journal Article, 2006 DOI

Dockree, P. M., O'Keeffe, F. M., Moloney, P., Bishara, A. J., Carton, S., Jacoby, L. L. & Robertson, I. H., Capture by misleading information and its false acceptance in patients with traumatic brain injury, Brain, 129, (Pt 1), 2006, p128 - 140 Journal Article, 2006 DOI

O'Connell RG, Bellgrove MA, Dockree P, Robertson IH, Cognitive remediation in ADHD - effects of periodic non-contingent alerts on sustained attention to response., Neuropsychological Rehabilitation., 16, (6), 2006, p653-65 Journal Article, 2006 DOI URL

Hogan, M., Roche, R., Dockee, P., Robertson, I. & Lawlor, B., The utility of measures of electrophysiological and information processing variability in distinguishing between normal age-related cognitive decline, Subjective Memory Complaint (SMC), Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), and Alzheimer's disease (AD), Annals of General Psychiatry, 5, (Suppl 1), 2006, pS214- Journal Article, 2006 DOI

Roche, R.A.P., Scanlon, P., Moore, J.L., Murphy, J., Commins, S., Dockree, P.M. & Jacoby, L.L., eural correlates of source memory are revealed by a high density ERPs array, The Irish Journal of Medical Science, 175, 2006, p117- Journal Article, 2006 Other

Dockree, P. M., Kelly, S. P., Robertson, I. H., Reilly, R. B., & Foxe, J. J., Neurophysiological Markers Of Alert Responding During Goal-Directed Behaviour: A High Density Electrical Mapping Study, NeuroImage, 27, (3), 2005, p587 - 601 Journal Article, 2005 DOI

O'Connell, R.G., Bellgrove, M.A., Dockree, P. & Robertson, I.H., Effects of Self-Alert Training (SAT) on Sustained Attention Performance in Adult ADHD, Brain Impairment, 6, (2), 2005, p145- Journal Article, 2005 URL

F O'Keeffe, P Dockree, P Moloney, S Carton & IH Robertson, Awareness Deficits and Neuropsychological Impairment After Traumatic Brain Injury, Brain Impairment, 6, (2), 2005, p127- Journal Article, 2005

Dockree P.M., Kelly S.P., Robertson I.H, Reilly R.B, Foxe J.J. , Neurophysiological Markers of Alert Responding during Goal-Directed Behaviour: A high Density Electrical Mapping Study, NeuroImage, 27, (3), 2005, p587-601 Journal Article, 2005 URL DOI

Roche, R. A. P., Dockree, P. M., Garavan, H., Foxe, J. J., Robertson, I. H., & O'Mara, S. M., EEG alpha power changes reflect response inhibition deficits after traumatic brain injury (TBI) in humans, Neuroscience Letters, 362, (1), 2004, p1 - 5 Journal Article, 2004 DOI

Dockree, PM, Kelly, SP, Roche, RAP, Hogan, MJ, Reilly, RB & Robertson, IH, Impairments of Sustained Attention and Alpha Desynchronisation after Traumatic Brain Injury, Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting , San Francisco, USA, 2004 Meeting Abstract, 2004

Bellgrove MA, Dockree PM, Aimola L, Robertson IH, Attenuation of spatial attentional asymmetries with poor sustained attention, Neuroreport, 15, (6), 2004, p1065 - 1069 Journal Article, 2004

Dockree, PM, Kelly, SP, Roche, RAP, Reilly, RB & Robertson, IH, Behavioural and physiological impairments of vigilant attention after traumatic brain injury. , Cognitive Brain Research, 20, (3), 2004, p403 - 414 Journal Article, 2004 DOI

Dockree, P. M., Kelly, S. P., Roche, R. A., Hogan, M. J., Reilly, R. B., & Robertson, I. H., Behavioural and physiological impairments of sustained attention after traumatic brain injury, Brain Res Cogn Brain Res, 20, (3), 2004, p403 - 414 Journal Article, 2004 DOI

O'Keeffe, F. M., Dockree, P. M., & Robertson, I. H., Poor insight in traumatic brain injury mediated by impaired error processing?: Evidence from electrodermal activity, Cognitive Brain Research, 22, (1), 2004, p101 - 112 Journal Article, 2004 DOI

Roche, RAP, Dockree, PM, Garavan, H, Foxe, JJ, Robertson, IH & O'Mara, SM, EEG alpha power changes reflect response inhibition deficits after traumatic brain injury (TBI). , Neuroscience Letters, 362, (1), 2004, p1 - 5 Journal Article, 2004 DOI

O'Keeffe FM, Dockree PM, Robertson IH, Poor insight in traumatic brain injury mediated by impaired error processing? Evidence from electrodermal activity, Cognitive Brain Research, 22, (1), 2004, p101 - 112 Journal Article, 2004 DOI

Bellgrove, M. A., Dockree, P. M., Aimola, L., & Robertson, I. H., Attenuation of spatial attentional asymmetries with poor sustained attention, Neuroreport, 15, (6), 2004, p1065 - 1069 Journal Article, 2004

O'Connell RG, Bellgrove MA, Dockree P, Robertson IH. , Reduced electrodermal response to errors predicts poor sustained attention performance in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder., NeuroReport., 15, (16), 2004, p2535-8. Journal Article, 2004 URL TARA - Full Text

S.P. Kelly, P. Dockree, R.B.Reilly, I.H. Robertson, EEG Alpha Power and Coherence time courses in a Sustained Attention Task, Proc. IEEE International Conference on Neural Engineering, IEEE International Conference on Neural Engineering, 20-22 March 2003, IEEE, 2003, pp83-85 Conference Paper, 2003 TARA - Full Text URL DOI

Dockree, P.M., Kelly, S. P., Roche, R. A. P., Hogan, M. J., Reilly, R. B., & Robertson, I. H. , Impairments of vigilant attention and alpha desychronization after traumatic brain injury., National Neuroscience Network Meeting, Trinity College Dublin, 25th - 26th Sept, 2003 Conference Paper, 2003

Dockree, P. M., & Ellis, J. A., Forming and canceling everyday intentions: implications for prospective remembering, Mem Cognit, 29, (8), 2001, p1139 - 1145 Journal Article, 2001

Ellis, J.A. & Dockree, P.M., Representation and activation of intentions in young and older adults, International Journal of Psychology, 35, (3-4), 2000, p184 - 184 Journal Article, 2000

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

O'Keeffe, F. M., Dockree, P. M., & Robertson, I. H., Awareness Deficits in Traumatic Brain Injury mediated by Impaired Error Processing?, Evidence from Electrodermal Activity. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 18-20, 2004 Meeting Abstract, 2004

Dockree, P. M., Kelly, S. P., Roche, R. A. P., Hogan, M. J., Reilly, R. B., & Robertson, I. H., Impairments of Sustained Attention and Alpha Desynchronization after Traumatic Brain Injury, Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 18-20, 2004 Meeting Abstract, 2004

O'Connell, R. G., Bellgrove, M. A., Dockree, P. M., & Robertson, I. H., Effects of Periodic Alerts on Sustained Attention Performance and Electrodermal Activity (EDA) in Attention-Defcit/Hyperactvity Disorder, Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 18-20, 2004 Meeting Abstract, 2004

Dockree, P. M., Kelly, S. P., Roche, R. A. P., Hogan, M. J., Reilly, R. B., & Robertson, I. H., Impairments of Sustained Attention and Alpha Desynchronization after Traumatic Brain Injury, Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 18-20, 2004 Meeting Abstract, 2004

Dockree, P. M., Kelly, S. P., Roche, R. A. P., Hogan, M. J., Reilly, R. B., & Robertson, I. H., Impairments of sustained attention and alpha desychronization after traumatic brain injury, National Neuroscience Network Meeting, Trinity College Dublin, 25th-26th September, 2003 Meeting Abstract, 2003

Kelly, S. P., Dockree, P. M., Reilly, R. B., & Robertson, I. H., EEG alpha power and coherence time courses of a sustained attention task, IEEE Conference, Capri, Italy, 2003 Meeting Abstract, 2003

Dockree, P. M., Freeman, J. E., & Ellis, J. A., The role of executive and motoric processes mediating the intention superiority effect in younger and older adults, Poster presentation for the Third International Conference on Memory, Valencia, July, 2001 Meeting Abstract, 2001

Dockree, P. M., & Ellis, J. A., Cancelling delayed intentions: Implications for everyday planned actions, Poster presentation at the First International Conference on Prospective Memory, Hatfield, July, 2000 Meeting Abstract, 2000

Dockree, P. M., & Ellis, J. A., Cancelling and maintaining intentions in younger and older adults, Spoken presentation at the BPS Cognitive Section Conference, Essex, September, 2000 Meeting Abstract, 2000

Dockree, P. M., & Ellis, J. A., Activation and Inhibition of self-initiated intentions, Poster presentation at the BPS Cognitive Section Conference, York, September, 1999 Meeting Abstract, 1999

Research Expertise

Description

Our research investigates mechanisms of attention, memory, executive control and awareness using novel cognitive paradigms combined with neuropsychological and electrophysiological methods. This work has a clinical emphasis to understand changes in functioning caused by traumatic brain injury and focal brain lesions but also a strong interest in developing rehabilitation techniques to improve patient recovery from cognitive disabilities. For example, a recent project has the objective of alleviating attentional filtering problems in patients with brain injury where paying attention in the context of distracting noise from the environment can be extremely challenging. We are also interested in age-related individual differences in cognitive function. A recent project has explored variation in episodic memory in the elderly and identified different neural signatures of preserved and impaired episodic memory in older age. A new multi-centre research program funded under the EU Marie Curie Initial Training Network 'INDIREA', and coordinated by Prof Glyn Humphreys, aims to employ non-invasive brain stimulation and biofeedback as an approach to enhance different facets of cognition in elderly people with memory difficulties. Finally, we are also investigating individual differences in the experience of bilingualism and how managing two or more languages in mind can strengthen cognitive flexibility and improve neural efficiency.

Projects

  • Title
    • Cognitive impairments in Traumatic Brain Injury: Novel biomarkers for new treatments
  • Summary
    • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) represents an urgent and growing mental health burden for which new treatments must be developed. Standardised assessment of cognitive problems in TBI patients provides the clinician with an accurate profile of key disabling behavioural problems of memory, attention, emotional regulation and insight that are present to a greater or lesser extent in different TBI patients. Basic brain science reveals that microscopic haemhorrages invisible to standard MRI, diffuse white matter (axonal) damage and widespread neurotransmitter disruption underlies TBI deficits and as such there is poor specificity and sensitivity linking discrete cognitive problems with associated functional neuroanatomy in TBI patients. However, we urgently require biomarkers for new treatments that target the different types of cognitive problems experienced by TBI patients. A highly successful technique for identifying biomarkers of cognitive function is the electroencephalogram (EEG). EEG provides a continuous recording of the brains electrical activity and discrete neural signals can be extracted called Event-Related-Potentials (ERPs). We propose that key EEG/ERP biomarkers can dissociate symptom-clusters in different TBI patients that reflect 1) inattention and related memory problems, 2) impulsivity/disinhibition and 3) reduced insight/self-awareness. Biomarkers for these three clusters will help elucidate the neuro-cognitive processes underlying a range of distressing problems frequently experienced by TBI patients that have thus far been largely untreatable. We will select 100 post-acute outpatients suffering from TBI. Patients' symptom rating scores will be divided into high, medium and low categories; therefore, the relative pervasiveness of each symptom clusters can be determined for each patient. EEG/ERP biomarker signals will be compared across each of the patients and controls for key cognitive probes (laboratory tasks) that measure cognitive deficits which map to each symptom cluster. Finally, structural equation modelling will be employed to test the predictive strength of biomarkers for symptom rating severity.
  • Funding Agency
    • HRB
  • Date From
    • Oct 2007
  • Date To
    • Oct 2010

Keywords

ADHD; Ageing, memory and other cognitive processes; Alzheimer's disease; Clinical neurology; Cognitive science; Developmental and mental disorders; Emotional, behavioural and cognitive disorders; Human Learning and Memory; Neurobiology; Neurodegeneration; Neuropsychology; Neuropsychology and Neurorehabilitation; Neuroscience and Cognition; Physiology; Rehabilitation; Rehabilitation/Therapy

Recognition

Awards and Honours

Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Trinity College Dublin. 2001 - present

Memberships

Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2004 – 2008


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