Duncan Babbage, PhD
Duncan Babbage, PhD
Founder, Intro Limited. Adjunct Senior Fellow, University of Queensland. Prev: eHealth, PCRC at AUT
Verified email at uq.edu.au - Homepage
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Meta-analysis of facial affect recognition difficulties after traumatic brain injury.
DR Babbage, J Yim, B Zupan, D Neumann, MR Tomita, B Willer
Neuropsychology 25 (3), 277-285, 2011
Quantifying thematic saturation in qualitative data analysis
A Lowe, AC Norris, AJ Farris, DR Babbage
Field Methods 30 (3), 191-207, 2018
Overview of impaired facial affect recognition in persons with traumatic brain injury
D Radice-Neumann, B Zupan, DR Babbage, B Willer
Brain injury 21 (8), 807-816, 2007
A randomized controlled trial of emotion recognition training after traumatic brain injury
D Neumann, DR Babbage, B Zupan, B Willer
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 30 (3), E12-E23, 2015
Affect recognition, empathy, and dysosmia after traumatic brain injury
D Neumann, B Zupan, DR Babbage, AJ Radnovich, M Tomita, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 93 (8), 1414-1420, 2012
The importance of vocal affect to bimodal processing of emotion: Implications for individuals with traumatic brain injury
B Zupan, D Neumann, DR Babbage, B Willer
Journal of Communication Disorders 42 (1), 1-17, 2009
Assessing executive performance during cognitive rehabilitation
MW Lewis, DR Babbage, JM Leathem
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 21 (2), 145-163, 2011
Philosophical worldview and personality factors in traditional and social scientists: Studying the world in our own image
DR Babbage, KR Ronan
Personality and individual differences 28 (2), 405-420, 2000
Affective disorders after traumatic brain injury: Cautions in the use of the SCL-90-R, after traumatic brain injury
JM Leathem, D Babbage
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 15 (6), 1246-1255, 2000
Recognition of facial and vocal affect following traumatic brain injury
B Zupan, D Babbage, D Neumann, B Willer
Brain injury 28 (8), 1087-1095, 2014
The relationship between facial affect recognition and cognitive functioning after traumatic brain injury
J Yim, DR Babbage, B Zupan, D Neumann, B Willer
Brain injury 27 (10), 1155-1161, 2013
Culturally adapted cognitive behaviour therapy for Māori with major depression.
ST Bennett, RA Flett, DR Babbage
Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 7, 2014
Mobile technology use by people experiencing multiple sclerosis fatigue: survey methodology
K Van Kessel, DR Babbage, N Reay, WM Miner-Williams, P Kersten
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 5 (2), e6, 2017
The adaptation of cognitive behavioural therapy for adult Maori clients with depression: A pilot study
S Bennett, R Flett, D Babbage
Maori and Psychology Research Unit, Department of Psychology, University of …, 2008
Sex-based differences in affective and cognitive empathy following severe traumatic brain injury.
B Zupan, D Neumann, D Babbage, B Willer
Neuropsychology 32 (5), 554, 2018
Film clips and narrative text as subjective emotion elicitation techniques
B Zupan, DR Babbage
The Journal of social psychology 157 (2), 194-210, 2017
Sex differences in emotion recognition and emotional inferencing following severe traumatic brain injury
B Zupan, D Babbage, D Neumann, B Willer
Brain Impairment 18 (1), 36-48, 2017
Solvent neurotoxicity in vehicle collision repair workers in New Zealand
S Keer, B Glass, B Prezant, D McLean, N Pearce, E Harding, ...
Neurotoxicology 57, 223-229, 2016
Considerations for culturally responsive cognitive-behavioural therapy for Māori with depression
ST Bennett, RA Flett, DR Babbage
Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology 10, 2016
Cultural adaptation of CBT for Aboriginal Australians
ST Bennett, DR Babbage
Australian Psychologist 49 (1), 19-21, 2014
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