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Demographic and Clinical Predictors of Trait Impulsivity in Parkinson’s Disease Patients. Maddeson Riley, Megan Bakeberg, Michelle Byrnes, Alexa Jefferson, Soumya Ghosh, Rick Stell, Frank L. Mastaglia, Dana Hince, and Ryan S. Anderton. Parkinson’s Disease. DOI:10.1155/2018/9472120

Extended “Timed Up and Go” assessment as a clinical indicator of cognitive state in Parkinson’s disease. Evans T, Jefferson A, Byrnes M, Walters S, Ghosh S, Mastaglia FL, Anderton RS J Neurological Sciences 375, 86-91, 2017 [Scimago – Quartile, Q2; Rank, 8,561]

MSWA 2016 “Enhancing the Cognitive Functioning of Adults with Multiple Sclerosis: Integrated Cognitive and Psychosocial Therapy”, A/Prof Michelle Byrnes, C/Prof Allan Kermode & Dr Jason Burton.

Beilby, J.M., Byrnes, M.L., Meagher, E.L., Yaruss, J.S. 2013, ‘The impact of stuttering on adults who stutter and their partners’, Journal of Fluency Disorders, 38, pp. 14-29.

Neurotrauma Research Program (NRP) 2013 Effectiveness of Cognitive acceptance and commitment therapy (CogACT) for stroke survivors experiencing cognitive impairment: A novel intervention. ($97,000)

Beilby, J.M., Byrnes, M.L., Meagher, E.L., Yaruss, J.S. 2013, ‘The impact of stuttering on adults who stutter and their partners’, Journal of Fluency Disorders, 38, pp. 14-29.

Lau, S.R., Beilby, J.M., Byrnes, M.L., Hennessey, N.W. 2012, ‘Parenting styles and attachment in school-aged children who stutter’, Journal of Communication Disorders, 45, 2, pp. 98-110.

Beilby, J.M., Byrnes, M.L., Young, K.N. 2012, ‘The experiences of living with a sibling who stutters: A preliminary study’, Journal of Fluency Disorders, 37, 2, pp. 135-148.

Byrnes, M.L., Beilby, J., Ray, P., McLennan, R., Ker, J., Schug, S.A. 2012, ‘Patient-focused goal planning process and outcome after spinal cord injury rehabilitation: quantitative and qualitative audit’, CLINICAL REHABILITATION, 26, 12, pp. 1141-1149.

Beilby, J.M., Byrnes, M.L. 2012, ‘Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for People Who Stutter’, Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders, 22, 1, pp. 34-46.