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Professor Nicola J Starkey

Associate Dean Research (FASS), Professor (Psychology)

Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Neuroscience, PhD Psychology, University of Leeds, UK

School of Psychology

(nstarkey@waikato.ac.nz)

About Nicola

Expertise

Health; Human Behaviour; Psychology; Road Safety; Transport

Traumatic brain injury; psychological assessment

Research Interests

Recent Publications

  • Burdett, B. R. D., Starkey, N. J., & Charlton, S. G. (2017). The close to home effect in road crashes. Safety Science, 98, 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2017.04.009

  • Theadom, A., Barker-Collo, S., Greenwood, A., Parmar, P., Jones, K., Starkey, N., . . . Feigin, V. L. (2017). Do mild traumatic brain injury severity sub-classification systems help to identify people who go on to experience long-term symptoms?. Brain Impairment, 1-14. doi:10.1017/BrImp.2017.11

  • Jones, K., Starkey, N. J., Theadom, A., Barker-Collo, S., Ameratunga, S., Feigin, V. L., & on behalf of the BIONIC Research Group. (2017). Patterns in children's health recovery between 1 and 4 years following mild traumatic brain injury: BIONIC study findings. In The Second International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury: New strategies to improve outcome and quality of life, Rome, Italy.

  • Starkey, N. J., Jones, K., Willix-Payne, D., Barker-Collo, S., Ameratunga, S., Feigin, V., & (on behalf of the Bionic research group). (2017). Continued improvements in children's executive functioning four years after mild TBI in childhood: Findings from the BIONIC study. In The Second International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury: New strategies to improve outcome and quality of life. Conference held in Rome, Italy.

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Supervision

Contact Details

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Starkey, Prof Nicola 9230 nstarkey K.1.09 Psychology, School of