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Dr Richard Siegert

Research interests

My professional background is in clinical psychology and neuropsychology. Since 2002 I have primarily worked in interdisciplinary academic rehabilitation with a focus on research and teaching. I am interested in cognition and rehabilitation in neurological disorders and the use of psychometrics to develop sound assessment and outcome measures for these conditions. I enjoy using both classical psychometrics and modern item response theory methods (Rasch analysis and Mokken scaling) in this work. I also have an interest in the development of a sound theoretical basis for interdisciplinary clinical and community rehabilitation. To date I have published 62 peer-reviewed journal articles, two invited journal articles and six book chapters.

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