Professor Catherine Haslam

Professor Haslam has worked in both the clinical and academic fields of clinical psychology, in Australia and the UK, before joining UQ in 2012. Her research investigates the cognitive and social consequences of trauma and disease in neurological populations, and also on identity-cognition relationships in ageing. In this work she has addressed questions about the integrity of cognitive ability, notably memory, and its rehabilitation, but also the impact that impairment of these abilities have on personal and social identity.


Professor of Clinical Psychology, School of Psychology, UQ


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