This programme aims to advance knowledge of neuropsychological function and to develop effective, evidence-based interventions to support adults, children and families affected by a range of health conditions, including: traumatic brain injury; stroke; autism; and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Click on the links to the left to learn more about our current or completed Neuropsychology Programme studies. Current projects are:

  • A pilot study of telehealth intervention (Teen online problem solving - New Zealand) (TOPS)
  • Brain Injury Outcomes New Zealand in the Community - Adolescent and Later Childhood Outcomes (BIONICAL)
  • New brain imaging biomarkers for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Oculomotor function in young adults with mild traumatic brain injury
  • Enablers and barriers to accessing paediatric dental services in Papua New Guinea: A pilot study
  • Relationships between child health outcomes and maternal mental health among children with prenatal methamphetamine exposure
  • Coping strategies of children living with a genetic muscle disorder in New Zealand

For neuropsychology related research, contact Dr Kelly Jones, email: