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Current as of January 2012







DR. H. JANE STORRIE, Ph.D., C.Psych.


Office Address: 2-573 Maple Avenue

Burlington, Ontario L7S 2E8


Telephone: (905) 333-0072 or (800) 526-8829

Facsimile (905) 333-0082 or (800) 526-7962

E-mail: jstorrie@svapsych.ca

Website: www.svapsych.ca

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND CREDENTIALS:


AMERICAN BOARD OF DISABILITY ANALYSTS

2003 Fellow


CANADIAN REGISTER OF HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDERS IN PSYCHOLOGY

1996 Registration Certificate 05339


COLLEGE OF PSYCHOLOGISTS OF ONTARIO

1995 C. Psych. (Registration Certificate 2862)


McMASTER UNIVERSITY, Clinical Behavioural Sciences Program, Hamilton, ON

1994 Post-Graduate Studies, Individual Counselling I


UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO, Psychology Department, Waterloo, ON

1994 Ph.D., Neuropsychology


UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO, Psychology Department, Waterloo, ON

1992 M.A., Biopsychology


^ CANADIAN GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING ASSOCIATION

1988 Life Skills Coach, Levels I and II


BROCK UNIVERSITY, Psychology Department, St. Catharines, ON

1986 B.A., Honours Psychology


CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:


1996- Storrie, Velikonja and Associates, Burlington, ON

(Formerly Function First Neurorehabilitation)

^ Co-Founder/Consulting Psychologist

● Neuropsychological assessment, consultation, and treatment

● Psychological assessment, consultation, and treatment

● Neurorehabilitation treatment plan development, caregiver training and supervision

● Insurer reviews, medical-legal reports, independent neuropsychological and psychological examinations


1996-1997 West Park Hospital, Toronto, ON

Psychologist

● Neurocognitive assessment, functional rehabilitation and behavioural intervention strategy development and implementation for inpatients with neuromuscular and/or cognitive impairment

● Psychosocial counselling support, vocational assessment, and recommendations for modified work or retraining for outpatients experiencing the late effects of polio

● Client, family and staff education and training

● Hospital-wide neuropsychological services, including consultation regarding treatment planning and implementation


1994-1996 Chedoke-McMaster Hospitals, Chedoke Division, Hamilton, ON

1995-1996 Psychologist II

1994-1995 Psychologist I

Department Chair: M. van der Spuy, Ph.D.

● Clinical supervisor of community services programs for clients with moderate to severe brain injuries, including community reintegration

● Assessment and treatment of clients with acquired brain injury (neuropsychological, psychosocial, behavioural) for community-based outreach program

● Member of Child and Family Centre interdisciplinary team providing emotional and behavioural consultation services

● Consultation-liaison to external agencies and hospital programs, including treatment planning and implementation, educational and case-oriented services


1993-1994 Chedoke-McMaster Hospitals, Chedoke Division, Hamilton, ON

^ Clinical Neuropsychology Intern

Director: L. Tuff, Ph.D.

Advisor: K. Shue, Ph.D.

Supervisors: M. Bayley, M.D., W. Fulton, Ph.D., M. Somers, Ph.D.

● Member of interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary teams assessing and treating clients with ABI on the ward


● Assessment and treatment of clients with acquired brain injury (neuropsychological, psychosocial, behavioural) for in-patient rehabilitation and out-patient clinic


1992 Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, ON

Clinical Neurophysiology Intern

Director: J.A.G. McLean, M.D.

Supervisor: S.E. Black, M.D.

1992 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON

Psychometry Intern

Supervisor: L. Swanson, Ph.D.


^ ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:


1996-1997 West Park Hospital, Toronto, ON

Psychologist

● Responsible for clinical supervision of counselling component of ABI Behaviour Services; providing neuropsychological consultation

● Member of Ethics, Models of Care, Clinic Day Organization, Nursing Education, Staff Education, Client Education, Neurorehabilitation Research, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Committees

● Co-Ordinator, Adult Learning Principles Task Force

● Chair, Adult Learning Principles Subcommittee on Education

● Established goals and objectives for psychological services; updated Policy & Procedures; updated assessment instruments

● Involved in strategic planning process


1994-1996 Chedoke-McMaster Hospitals, Chedoke Division, Hamilton, ON

^ Clinical Supervisor, ABI Community Services, ABIP

● Responsible for clinical supervision of fee-for-service subprogram of the Acquired Brain Injury Program (ABIP); providing consultation and rehabilitation program implementation for community reintegration

● Member of Clinical Neuropsychology Internship Program Committee

● Participation in Competency Evaluation implementation process for ABIP rehabilitation therapists


1987-1989 YMCA Job Generation Greenery, St. Catharines, ON

Counselling Co-Ordinator

● Responsible for development and delivery of group therapy and life skills sessions; providing one-on-one counselling; performance evaluation; community liaising and education


^ CONTINUING EDUCATION:


2011 American College of Professional Neuropsychology Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV

Hamilton Medical-Legal Society Annual Workshop, Niagara Falls, ON

Hamilton Health Sciences’ ABI Conference, Hamilton, ON

National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference, Marco Island, FL

25th Annual Joint Insurance Seminar, Hamilton, ON


2010 HCAI Workshop, Hamilton, ON

American College of Professional Neuropsychology Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV

International Brain Injury Association World Congress on Brain Injury, Washington, DC

CAPDA/OPA SABS Workshop, Toronto, ON

Hamilton Medical-Legal Society Annual Workshop, Niagara Falls, ON

Hamilton Health Sciences’ ABI Conference, Hamilton, ON


2009 National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA

Seventh Annual Mild Cognitive Impairment Symposium, Miami, FL

Hamilton Health Sciences’ ABI Conference, Hamilton, ON

OPA Annual Convention, Toronto, ON


2008 HCAI Workshop, Hamilton, ON

OPA Annual Convention, Toronto, ON

American Board of Rehabilitation Psychology Annual Convention, Tucson, AZ

Hamilton Health Sciences’ ABI Conference, Hamilton, ON

National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Convention, New York, NY


2007 CAPDA Spring Forum, Oakville, ON

Hamilton Health Sciences’ ABI Conference, Hamilton, ON

HCAI Workshop, Hamilton, ON

National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Convention, Scottsdale, AZ


2006 CAPDA Spring Forum, Burlington, ON

Hamilton Health Sciences ABI Conference, Hamilton, ON

Hamilton Brain Injury Association Workshop, Hamilton, ON

Hamilton Medical-Legal Society Workshop, Niagara Falls, ON

CAPDA Expert Witness Training Seminar, Hamilton, ON

CAPDA Fall Forum, North York, ON

National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX

2005 National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Convention, Tampa, FL

CAPDA Fall Workshop, Toronto, ON

International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies Convention, Toronto, ON

Hamilton Medical-Legal Society Workshop, Hamilton, ON


2004 The 14th Annual Rotman Research Conference, Toronto, ON

CAPDA Spring Forum, Toronto, ON

Discharge and Beyond Conference, Burlington, ON

National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Convention, Seattle, WA

BIAN Annual Conference, St. Catharines, ON

CAPDA Fall Workshop, Toronto, ON

Hamilton Medical-Legal Society Workshop, Hamilton, ON


2003 International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii

The 13th Annual Rotman Research Conference, Toronto, ON

Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation in ABI Conference, Hamilton, ON

CAPDA Fall Forum, Toronto, ON

Discharge and Beyond Conference, Burlington, ON

Bill 198: What the Health Professional Needs to Know, St. Catharines, ON

Hamilton Medical-Legal Society Workshop, Hamilton, ON

Bill 198 Workshop, Ontario Psychological Association, Toronto, ON

Achieving Excellence Through Collaboration: Best Rehabilitation Outcomes, Toronto, ON

Ontario Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, ON

Hamilton Health Sciences ABI Conference, Hamilton, ON

KLARU 3rd Annual Conference, Pre-Conference Workshop, Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, Toronto, ON

Professional Incorporation, Pros and Cons for Psychologists, Toronto, ON


2002 International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON

Ontario Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, ON

The 12th Annual Rotman Research Conference, Toronto, ON

Managing the Traumatic Brain Injury Case, Toronto, ON

CAPDA Spring Forum, Toronto, ON

The Practice of Clinical Neuropsychology, Cape Cod Institute, Eastham, MA

CAPDA Fall Forum, Toronto, ON

Bill 169 Workshop, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Toronto, ON

Hamilton Medical-Legal Society Workshop, Hamilton, ON


2001 Ontario Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, ON

The 11th Annual Rotman Research Conference, Toronto, ON

CAPDA Spring Forum, Toronto, ON

Head Injury Association of Niagara Symposium, Thorold, ON

Inter-Urban Acquired Brain Injury Conference, London, ON

National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA


2000 Ontario Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, ON

The Frontal Lobes: The 10th Annual Rotman Research Conference, Toronto, ON

The Hamilton Medical-Legal Society Spring Symposium, Alton, ON

The 24th Annual Williamsburg TBI Rehabilitation Conference, Williamsburg, VA

The National Conference on Brain Injury, Vancouver, BC

CAPDA Spring Forum, Toronto, ON


1999 National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX

Head Injury Association of Niagara Symposium, Thorold, ON

Inter-Urban Brain Injury Conference, Toronto, ON

The Practice of Clinical Neuropsychology, Cape Cod Institute, Eastham, MA

Canadian Association of Psychologists in Disability Assessment Meeting, Toronto, ON

Child Neuropsychology, ABPP Summer Institute, Portland, OR

International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Boston, MA

Ontario Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, ON

Traumatic Brain Injury (Rotman Research Institute Annual Meeting), Toronto, ON

Aging of the Brain, Aging of the Mind, Mississauga, ON

Keeping Score, 6th Annual Conference on Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation in ABI, Hamilton, ON


1998 National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting, Washington, DC

Canadian Association of Psychologists in Disability Assessment Meeting, Toronto, ON

WAIS-III and WMS-III Training Program, Hamilton, ON

Ontario Psychological Association Annual Convention, Toronto, ON

Head Injury Association of Niagara Symposium, Thorold, ON

International Neuropsychological Society Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Workshop, Toronto, ON

Canadian Traumatic Stress Network Convention, Toronto, ON

Winning Strategies for Litigating TBI Claims, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Meeting, Toronto, ON

Neurotrauma Convention, Toronto, ON


1997 National Academy of Neuropsychology Convention, Las Vegas, NEVADA

Canadian Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, ON

Second World Congress on Brain Injury, Seville, SPAIN

Memory Disorders: Advances in Science and Clinical Practice (Rotman Research Institute Annual Meeting), Toronto, ON

Screening for Dementia and Misuse of the Mini Mental Status Examination, Hamilton, ON

Ontario Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, ON


1996 Capacity Assessor Training, Toronto, ON

Psychotherapy and Brain Injury, Toronto, ON

Getting to Know Bill 59, Toronto, ON

International Neuropsychological Society Conference, Chicago, IL

Ontario Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, ON

Prejudice Reduction Workshop, Toronto, ON

The Joys of Private Practice, Toronto, ON

Empowering Older Adults, Waterloo, ON

Ontario Psychological Association Fall Institute, Toronto, ON

Trauma Psychology Workshop, New York State Psychological Association

Convention, Buffalo, NY

McMaster Summer Institute on Gerontology, Hamilton, ON

New Beginnings Conference, Halifax, NS


1995 International Neurotrauma Society International Convention, Toronto, ON

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Advances in the Rehabilitation of Acute and Age-

Related Brain Disorders (Rotman Research Institute), Toronto, ON

Cognitive Rehabilitation: Techniques and Approaches to Treatment, Toronto,

ON

Ethics Discussion Group, Hamilton, ON

8th Annual Vancouver Cognitive Science Conference, Vancouver, BC

Behavioural Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury, Hamilton, ON

International Neuropsychological Society Conference, Seattle, WA

Ontario Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, ON


1994 Traumatic Brain Injury: A Continuum of Care, London, ON

Role of the Tutor in Small Group Learning, Hamilton, ON

Problem-Based Learning in Small Groups, Hamilton, ON

International Association for the Study of Traumatic Brain Injury Conference, St.

Louis, MO

Society for Neuroscience Conference, Washington, DC

Behavioural Rehabilitation in Acquired Brain Injury, Hamilton, ON

Continuous Quality Improvement, Ancaster, ON

The Dementias: Diagnosis and Implications for Management (Rotman Research Institute Annual Meeting), Toronto, ON

Evaluation and Treatment of Disorders of Memory, Perception, Executive Function, Attention, and Visual Neglect, Montreal, PQ

The Dementias: Assessment of Cognitive Function, Toronto, ON

The Critical Path: A Multi-Professional Approach to the Care of the Trauma

Patient, Toronto, ON


1993 Memory in Normal Aging and Dementia (Rotman Research Institute Annual Meeting), Toronto, ON

Sleep Onset Mechanisms, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

International Neuropsychological Society Conference, Galveston, TX

Losing English in Old Age: Assessment and Management Issues, Hamilton, ON

Southern Ontario Neuropsychology Group Conference, Waterloo, ON


APPOINTMENTS:


2011- Canadian Society of Medical Evaluators

2011- Member, Canadian Psychological Association Section on Psychopharmacology

2011- Secretary, Board of Directors, Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton

2011- Board Member, Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton

2011- Co-Chair, OPA Prescribing Psychologists Task Force

2010- Consultant, Evolve

2009- Consultant, Vocational Pathways

2008- Co-Chair, Hamilton Brain Injury Association Education Committee

2008- Board Member, Hamilton Medical-Legal Society

2008- Consultant, Sibley & Associates

2007- Member, OPA Motor Vehicle Accident Task Force

2007- Member, OPA Prescribing Psychologists Task Force

2007- Consultant, Dynamic Functional Solutions

2007-2008 Education Committee, Hamilton Brain Injury Association

2006- Member, Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant ABI Network

2006- Consultant, Mississauga Physical Rehabilitation Centre

2006- Past-President, Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment

2006- Consultant, Benchmark Rehabilitation, Inc.

2006- Board Member, Hamilton Brain Injury Association

2005-2006 President, Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment

2004 President-Elect, Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment

2004- Consultant, IRSI, Inc.

2003-2004 Member, Coalition of Regulated Health Professional Associations and Allied Organizations

2003- Consultant, RJL Enterprises Ltd

2002-2004 Consultant, AssessNet

2002- Consultant, PMAC

2002- Consultant, ACCLAIM-SBA

2002- Member, Internship Committee, Hamilton Health Sciences

2001-2007 Board Member, Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment

2000 Consultant, Kingsway Health & Rehabilitation Associates

2000-2003 Consultant, HILL Program

1999-2001 Consultant, Herrold & Vernon Disability Management, Inc.

1998-2001 Consultant, Brain Injury Services of Simcoe County

1997-2000 Consultant, Kaplan & Kaplan, Psychologists

1997- Capacity Assessor, Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee

1997 Member, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Task Force, West Park Hospital

1997 Chair, ABI Network Committee on Staff Education and Training

1997 Member, ABI Network of Toronto

1997 Member, Ethics Committee, West Park Hospital

1997 Chair, Adult Learning Principles Task Force, West Park Hospital

1997 Regional Co-Ordinator, Disaster Response Network of Volunteer Psychologists

1996-1997 Chair, Professional Standards and Issues Committee, West Park Hospital

1996-1997 Member, Clinic Day Committee, West Park Hospital

1996-2001 Consultant, Runnymede Chronic Care Hospital

1996 Consultant, ABI Behaviour Services, West Park Hospital

1994- Assistant Clinical Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University


^ TEACHING EXPERIENCE (Inservices, Rounds, Seminars):

2000- Clinical Neuropsychology Internship, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON

● Facilitator: Ethics Seminar


1997-2001 Runnymede Chronic Care Hospital, Toronto, ON

● Staff Education: ^ Behavioural Manifestations of Huntington=s Disease, January 2000

● Staff Education: Huntington=s Disease, March 1999

● Staff Education: Approaching Aggressive Patients, October 1999

● Staff Education: Resilience in Uncertain Times, December 1998

● Staff Education: ^ Improving Communication with Clients and Families, March 1998

● Staff Education: Approaching Aggressive Patients, November 1997

● Staff Education: Dealing with Difficulty Patients, November 1997


1996-1997 West Park Hospital, Toronto, ON

● Continuing Care Inservice: ^ Behavioural Management of a Client with Multiple Sclerosis, March 1997

● Continuing Care Inservice: Frontal Lobe Dysfunction, November 1996

● Continuing Care Inservice: Anoxia, August 1996

● Staff Education Series: The Effects of ABI on the Family, May, June, September 1996

● Continuing Care Inservice: Competency, May 1996

● Continuing Care Inservice: Rehabilitation of Frontal Dysfunction, May 1996

● Patient Education Series: ^ Personality Changes After Stroke, May, July, September, November 1996, January, March 1997

● Staff Education Series: What the Heck do We do With Frontal Lobe Dysfunction?, April 1996

● Continuing Care Inservice: Manic-Depressive Disorder, April 1996

● Special Care Unit Inservice: ^ Cognitive Deficits Associated with Anoxia, March 1996

● Continuing Care Inservice: Behavioural Implications of Multiple Sclerosis, February, March 1996


1993-1996 Chedoke-McMaster Hospitals, Chedoke Division, Hamilton, ON

● Ethics Seminar: ^ No-Fault Insurance Legislation, June 1995

● Psychology Rounds: Treating Hemispatial Neglect with Cold-Water Calorics, November 1994

● Community Services Rounds: Cognitive Deficits Associated with ABI, July, August 1994

● Community Services Rounds: ^ Basic Human Neuroanatomy, Parts 1 and 2, May, June 1994

● Inservice for ABIP Inpatient Ward Nursing Staff: Managing Patients with Dual Diagnoses: ABI and Psychosis, April 1994

● Psychology Rounds: Improving Neglect with Cold-Water Calorics, October 1993

● Internship Seminar: ^ Test Review: The Otis-Lennon School Ability Test, October 1993


1989-1993 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON

● Biopsychology Seminar: Improvement of Hemispatial Neglect with Cold-Water Calorics: An Electrophysiological Investigation, November 1992

● Clinical Neuropsychology Seminar: ^ Hemispatial Neglect, March 1992

● Clinical Neuropsychology Seminar: Advantages and Disadvantages Associated with Research with Brain-Damaged Populations, February 1992

● Clinical Neuropsychology Seminar: Lateralization of Function, January 1992

● Teaching Fellowship: Psychological Time, January to May, 1992

● Biopsychology Seminar: ^ The Neglect Phenomenon, November 1991

● Biopsychology Seminar: Sex Differences in Amphetamine-Induced Rotation, November 1990

● Biopsychology Seminar: Amphetamine-Induced Rotation in Split-Brain Rats, November 1989

● Teaching Assistantships: Learning Disabilities, Learning and Motivation, Physiological Psychology, Psychological Time, Research in Learning and Motivation, 1989 - 1993


1985-1987 Brock University, St. Catharines, ON

● Seminar Leader: ^ Introductory Psychology


SUPERVISORSHIPS:


1997- Private Practice

● Supervision of Masters- and Doctoral-level interns from the Adler Institute, the University of Waterloo, McMaster University


1996-1997 West Park Hospital, Toronto, ON

● Clinical supervision of paraprofessional therapists in ABI Behaviour Services

● Supervision of Masters-level practicum students from the Adler Institute and OISE


1994-1996 Chedoke-McMaster Hospitals, Chedoke Division, Hamilton, ON

● Clinical supervision of doctoral-level interns for assessment and treatment of acquired brain injury

● Clinical training and supervision of paraprofessional rehabilitation therapists


^ GRANTS AND AWARDS:


Sunnybrook Health Science Centre

Trust for Medical Research (1993)


University of Waterloo Graduate Scholarship (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993)


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:


Member, Canadian Society of Medical Evaluators

Member, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

Member, American Psychological Association (Division 40)

Member, Canadian Association of Psychologists in Disability Assessment

Member, Canadian Psychological Association

Member, Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment

Member, Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science

Member, Canadian Society for Neuroscience

Member, Canadian Traumatic Stress Network

Member, Hamilton Medical-Legal Society

Member, International Brain Research Organization

Member, International Neuropsychological Society

Member, National Academy of Neuropsychology

Member, Ontario Psychological Association (Section on Independent Practice)

Member, Society for Neuroscience


^ SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:


2006 Chair, OPA Annual Convention Symposium

2001- Facilitator, Ethics Seminar, Psychology Interns, Hamilton Health Sciences Centre

1997 Chair, OPA Annual Convention Symposium

1997- Tutor, McMaster University, Medical Program, Unit 5

1996 President-Elect, OPA Section on Psychology and Aging

1995- Personal Interviewer, McMaster University, Medical Program Admissions

1994-1997 Secretary, OPA Section on Psychology and Aging


^ RESEARCH INTERESTS:


● Developing a screening measure for non-psychologists to determine the need for psychological and/or neuropsychological assessment

● Assessing the diagnostic value of evoked potentials in slow-to-recover ABI patients.

● Determining neurological concomitants of human attentional processes.

● Exploring cerebral mechanisms of arousal and attention using electrophysiological measures.

● Outcome measurement in acquired brain injury rehabilitation.

● Investigating hemispheric asymmetries for attention in both normal elderly and patients with focal brain damage.

● Examining the mechanisms underlying hemispatial neglect.


^ INVITED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS:


The Impact of Auto Insurance Changes on Psychology (2010, April), Hamilton Medical Legal Society Annual Workshop, Niagara Falls, ON


Caregiver Burnout (2010, May), Hamilton Brain Injury Association Caregiver Support Group, Hamilton, ON


^ Caregiver Burnout (2010, June), Hamilton Brain Injury Association Caregiver Support Group, Hamilton, ON


OPA Guidelines for Assessment and Treatment of MVA Claims (2008, February), OPA Annual Convention, Toronto, ON


Professional Transition Issues (2008, January), McMaster University, Hamilton, ON


^ Professional Transition Issues (2007, December), McMaster University, Hamilton, ON


Professional Transition Issues (2006, December), McMaster University, Hamilton, ON


Psychological and Neuropsychological Sequelae of TBI: Issues and Controversies in Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment (2006, April), Hamilton, ON


Professional Transition Issues (2005, December), McMaster University, Hamilton, ON


^ Psychosomatic Illness (2004, December), McMaster University, Hamilton, ON


Professional Transition Issues II (2004, December), McMaster University, Hamilton, ON


Professional Transition Issues I (2004, November), McMaster University, Hamilton, ON


^ Helping the Family to Cope with the Transition Home (2004, September), Discharge and Beyond Conference, Burlington, ON


The Role of the Neuropsychologist in Rehabilitation (2000, October), Gluckstein & Associates, Toronto, ON


Neuropsychologists and Neurorehabilitation (2000, September), Picking up the Pieces: Case Management and Neurorehabilitation of Motor Vehicle Accident Victims, The Canadian Institute, Toronto, ON


^ Informed Consent (2000, August), HILL Program, Hamilton, ON


Differential Diagnosis Between Dementia and Depression in the Cognitively-Impaired Elderly. (1997, October). Canadian Association for Gerontology Annual Convention, Calgary, AB


Adjusting to Having a Spouse Admitted to a Long-Term Care Facility. (1997, September). Runnymede Chronic Care Hospital, Toronto, ON


^ Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation. (1997, October). Advanced Approaches to Rehabilitation Practice, McMaster University Clinical Behavioural Sciences Program, Hamilton, ON


Emotional and Personality Changes after Stroke. (1997, March). Spousal Education and Support Series, Toronto, ON


^ Neuropsychological Assessment at the Bedside. (1996, October). West Park Hospital Neurorehabilitation Service Annual Clinic Day, Toronto, ON


Polio: Then and Now. (1996, October). Post-Polio Support Group, Peterborough, ON


Adult Learning Principles. (1996, August). Neurorehabilitation Service Staff Education Day, West Park Hospital. Toronto, ON


^ Psychosocial aspects of the Late Effects of Polio. (1996, July). Ontario March of Dimes. Oakville, ON


Rehabilitation of Frontal Dysfunction. (1996, May). Rounds, Runnymede Chronic Care Hospital. Toronto, ON


The late effects of polio. (1996, May). Canadian Hearing Society Mayfest '96. Toronto, ON


^ Cognitive changes associated with ABI. (1996, April). Spousal Education and Support Series. Toronto, ON


Remission of neglect with cold-water calorics: A case study. (1993, November). Neuropsychology Rounds, Chedoke-McMaster Hospital. Hamilton, ON


Caloric stimulation-induced improvement of neglect: The electrophysiological correlates. (1993, March). Rotman Research Institute at the Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care. Toronto, ON


Electroencephalography fundamentals. (1992, August). Brock University. St. Catharines, ON


Clinical usefulness of evoked potential measures of stroke-related dysfunction. (1992, June). Sunnybrook Health Science Centre. Toronto, ON


^ PUBLICATION HISTORY:


Storrie, H.J. (2011). Are we throwing each other under the bus? Psych Bytes, August 2011


Storrie, H.J. & Velikonja, D. (2009). Pharmacology training for Prescription Privileges for

Psychologists, Psychology Ontario, June issue.


Novotny, M.F., Storrie-Baker, H.J., & Crowne, D.P. (1994). Spatial navigation in the split-brain rat: Lateralization, sex differences, and interhemispheric transfer. ^ Behavioral Neuroscience.


Segalowitz, S.J., Velikonja, D., & Storrie-Baker, H.J. (1994). Attentional allocation and capacity in waking arousal. In R.D. Ogilvie (Ed.), Sleep onset mechanisms (pp. 351 - 368). Washington: American Psychological Association.


Storrie-Baker, H.J., Segalowitz, S.J., Black, S.E., McLean, J.A.G., & Sullivan, N. (1995). EEG support for the arousal hypothesis in hemispatial neglect among 42 unilateral stroke patients. ^ Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 1(2), 159.


Storrie-Baker, H.J., Segalowitz, S.J., Black, S.E., Crowne, D.P., McLean, J.A.G., & Sullivan, N. (1993). An electrophysiological test of the arousal-hemispatial neglect hypothesis. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 19, 562.


Storrie-Baker, H.J., Segalowitz, S.J., Black, S.E., McLean, J.A.G., & Sullivan, N. (1995). ^ Improvement of hemispatial neglect with cold-water calorics: An electrophysiological investigation. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society.


Storrie-Baker, H.J., Segalowitz, S.J., Black, S.E., McLean, J.A.G., & Sullivan, N. (1993). Improvement of hemispatial neglect with cold-water calorics: An electrophysiological investigation. ^ Journal of Experimental and Clinical Neuropsychology, 15(1), 110.


Storrie-Baker, H.J., Novotny, M.F., & Crowne, D.P. (1992). Strain and sex differences in amphetamine-induced rotation. Journal of Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 43, 795 - 797.


Storrie-Baker, H.J. & Crowne, D.P. (1991). Place navigation in the split-brain rat. Abstracts of the International Brain Research Organization, 3, 163.


^ CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (refereed):


Velikonja, D. & Storrie-Baker, H.J. (1997, May). A structured instrument for the assessment and evaluation of cognitive rehabilitation efficacy. Second World Congress on Brain Injury. Seville, Spain.


Storrie-Baker, H.J., Segalowitz, S.J., Black, S.E., Crowne, D.P., McLean, J.A.G., & Sullivan, N. (1993, November). An electrophysiological test of the arousal-hemispatial neglect hypothesis. Society for Neuroscience. Washington, USA.


Segalowitz, S.J., Velikonja, D., & Storrie-Baker, H.J. (1993, June). Attentional allocation and capacity in waking arousal. Sleep Onset Mechanisms. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada.


Storrie-Baker, H.J., Segalowitz, S.J., Black, S.E., McLean, J.A.G., & Sullivan, N. (1993, February). Improvement of hemispatial neglect with cold-water calorics: An electrophysiological investigation. International Neuropsychological Society, Galveston, USA.


Storrie-Baker, H.J. & Crowne, D.P. (1991, August). Place navigation in the split-brain rat. International Brain Research Organization Third World Congress of Neuroscience. Montreal, Canada.



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