Andrew Johnson, PhD
School of Health Studies
Room 1004, Elborn College
519 661-2111, 80312
- BA Hons, MA, PhD (Western University)
- Chair - Graduate Program in Health & Rehabilitation Sciences
Supervising Graduate Students
- Neural efficiency, information processing speed
- Interaction between cognition and motor function
- Identification of patient values within an evidence-based practice framework
- Identification of concussion, and tracking concussion symptoms
- Interdisciplinary Movement Disorders Laboratory
- Test construction
- Behaviour genetics
- Statistics and methodology
- Advanced statistics
- Government of Canada: Consultant on statistical and methodological issues
- Roland KP, Johnson AM & Jenkins ME.(2011). Identifying and managing caregiver burden among spouses of individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Current Clinical Care, 2, 33-39.
- Johnson AM, Holmes JD, Wood K & Jenkins ME.(2012). The hidden cost of cognition: Examining the link between dual-task interference and falls. Journal of Current Clinical Care, 3(Jan/Feb), 33-43.
- den Dunnen W, St. Pierre J, Stewart SL, Johnson AM, Cook S & Leschied AW. (2012). Predicting residential treatment outcomes for emotionally and behaviorally disordered youth: The role of pre-treatment factors. Residential Treatment for Children and Youth, 29, 13-31.
- Davie KL, Cardy JEO, Holmes JD, Gagnon M, Jenkins ME & Johnson AM. (2012). The effects of word length, articulation, oral-motor movement, and lexicality on gait: A pilot study. Gait and Posture, 35(4), 691-693.
- Johnson AM, Schermer JA, Vernon PA & Jang KL. (2012). Genetic correlations among facets of Type A behavior and personality. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 15(4), 491-495.
- Zur B, Johnson AM, Roy E, Laliberte-Rudman D & Wells J. (2012). Beyond traditional notions of validity: Selecting appropriate measures for occupational therapy practice. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 59, 243-246.
- Heard CP, Tetzlaff A, Fryer P, Fazakas DeHoog L, Johnson AM, Wyburd J & Holmes JD. (2012). Mechanical chair massage and stress reduction in the seriously mentally ill consumer: A preliminary investigation. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 28, 111-117.