Information related to research method "Longitudinal and cross-sectional designs"
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Faculty of Health Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences
Dr Takemi Sugiyama has interdisciplinary research experience covering architecture, urban design, behavioural and spatial epidemiology. Building on the expertise, Dr Sugiyama has been working on research involving the built environment, active living and health. At MMIHR, his research focuses on local environments supporting active living, aged care facility design and residents' mental health, and office environment and workplace behaviours. He has published more than 90 peer-reviewed articles in public health and environmental design journals and books. He is a certified architect (Japan) and Associate Editor of Journal of Transport and Health.
: 8262 (Melbourne) : Takemi.Sugiyama@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch Psychology
My primary research interests are in child and youth mental health. I conduct multi-disciplinary longitudinal research projects that use cognitive neuroscience and life-course epidemiology methods to characterise developmental pathways from childhood to diverse health, social, and educational outcomes in adolescence and young adulthood. I am motivated to identify new prevention and early intervention opportunities in childhood that promote successful development for all individuals, and I work with clinical colleagues and educational professionals to develop new prevention and intervention programs for young people. I am currently supported by an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.
: 6257 (Brisbane) : email@example.com
Tom Whelan (PhD) is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at ACU. He is the National Course Director for Counselling, overseeing both the undergraduate and graduate programs. His current field of research concerns emotions and parenting. He has specific interests in parenting and mental health as well as the role and nature of crying in adulthood.
: 3127 (Melbourne) : Tom.Whelan@acu.edu.au
Nat School of Allied Health
Brooke graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2003 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. After several years of working in the public hospital system she focused her practice to paediatrics and childhood disability. In 2013 Brooke completed her PhD which investigated mobility and gait characteristics in children with hereditary spastic paraplegia. Brooke's current research interests include studies to better understand and enhance participation in children with disabilities as well as maintaining an interest in gait and mobility.
: +61 3 9953 3780 (Melbourne) : Brooke.Adair@acu.edu.au
School of Behavioural and Health Sciences
Professor Wilson is Co-Director of the Centre for Disability and Development Research (CeDDR) and Professor of Developmental Psychology at ACU. Before that he was Deputy Head (R&I) in the School of Health Sciences at RMIT University where he worked from 2000-2011. He leads international programs of research in child development, disability and rehabilitation which now span 23 years and over 120 peer-reviewed publications. His research involves two streams: (i) mechanisms of movement and cognition in typical child development and in neurodevelopmental disorders (esp. DCD), and (ii) innovations in neurorehabilitation using VR, including the award-winning Elements DNA (EDNA) system. Prof. Wilson is past President of the International Society for Research on DCD.
: 3445 (Melbourne) : firstname.lastname@example.org
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