Neuropsychology is a broad and exciting field of science which seeks to describe and explain the complex relationship between brain function and human behavior.
This talk will explore our current understanding of some common neuropsychological disorders, and the types of research-informed interventions being used in clinical practice.
About Dr Rogers
Dr Je Rogers has recently joined the Australian Catholic University as a lecturer in the School of Psychology. Dr Rogers has worked clinically across a variety of settings in Western Australia and New South Wales, including child and adult brain injury rehabilitation, and adult and older adult mental health care. Dr Rogers’ teaching and research interests reflect the diversity of these experiences, and include investigations of outcome after brain injury, cognitive rehabilitation in severe mental illness, and service enhancement and promotion initiatives.
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