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Associate Professor Judi Homewood

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Research interests

I am a biological psychologist interested in a broad range of areas. My primary research interests include animal models of human disorders, the consequences of brain injury in humans and health psychology, including decision making about genetic testing.

Publications

Franklin, J.,  Mirzaei, M., Wearne, T., Sauer, M.,  Homewood, J., Goodchild, A.,  Haynes, P  and Cornish, J  Quantitative proteomic analysis of the orbital frontal cortex in rats following extended exposure to caffeine reveals extensive changes to protein expression: implications for neurological disease Journal of Proteome Research accepted for publication  4 March 2016

Franklin, J., Mirzaei, M., Wearne, T., Sauer, M., Homewood, J., Goodchild, A., Haynes, P  and Cornish, J.  Quantitative shotgun proteomics reveals extensive changes to the proteome of the orbitofrontal cortex in rats that 5re hyperactive following withdrawal from a high sugar diet. accepted for publication PROTEOMICS 25 Nov 2015

Knopman, A, Wong, C, Stevenson, R, Homewood, J, Mohamed, A,  Somerville, E, Eberl, S,  Wen, L, Fulham, M,  and Bleasel, A (2015) The relationship between neuropsychological functioning and FDG-PET hypometabolism in intractable mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Epilepsy & Behavior, 44, 136-142.

Shaw, L-K and Homewood, J (2015) Exposure to Eating Disorder Memoirs in Individuals with Eating Pathologies. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 203(8) 591-595.

Knopman, A, Wong, CH, Stevenson, RJ, Homewood, J, Mohamed, A, Somerville, E. Ebert, Wen, L, Fulham, M and Bleasel, A (2014) The cognitive profile of occipital lobe epilepsy and the selective association of left temporal hypometabolism with verbal memory impairment. Epilepsia, 55(8), e80- e84

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Winchester-Seeto, T, Homewood, J, Thogersen, J, Jacenyik-Trawoger, C, Manathunga, C, Reid, A and Holbrook, A (2014) Doctoral supervision in a cross-cultural context: issues affecting supervisors and candidates. Higher Education Research & Development, 33(3), 610-626.

Harris, J, Homewood, J, Roberts, R, Hammond, S, Dudgeon, P, Cranney, J, Darlaston-Jones, D, and Herbert, J. (2013)  Increasing Indigenous participation in psychology education: the Australian Indigenous Psychology Education project (AIPEPInPsych: The Bulletin of the Australian Psychological Society Ltd, 35(5), 24-25.

 Murray L, Miller A, Dayoub C, Wakefield C, and Homewood, J. (2013) Communication and consent: discussion and organ donation decisions for self and family. Transplant Proceedings, 45(1), 10-12.

Johns, A., Homewood, J, Stevenson, RJ, and Taylor, A (2012) Implicit and explicit olfactory memory in people with and without Down syndrome. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33(2), 583-93

 Pardey,MC, Kumar, N., Goodchild, AK, Clemens, KJ, Homewood, J, and Cornish JL (2012) Long-term effects of chronic oral ritalin administration on cognitive and neural development in adolescents. Brain Sciences, 2, 375-404.

Mahmut, MK, Menictas, C, Stevenson, RJ, and Homewood, J (2011)  Validating the Factor Structure of the Self-Report Psychopathy Scale in a Community Sample. Psychological Assessment, 23, 670-678.

 Ridley, N, Homewood, J, and Walters, J (2011) Cerebellar Dysfunction, Cognitive Flexibility and Autistic Traits in a Non-Clinical Sample. Autism, 55 (6) 728-745.

Wakefield, C, Reid, J, and Homewood, J (2011) Religious and ethnic influences on willingness to donate organs and donor behavior: An Australian perspective.  Progress in Transplantation, 21(2), 161-168.

Schaafsma, M, Homewood, J, and Taylor, AJ (2010) Subjective cognitive complaints at menopause associated with declines in performance of verbal memory and attentional processes of verbal memory and attentional processesClimacteric, 13(1), 84-98.

Wakefield, CE, Homewood, J, Taylor, A, Mahmut, M, and Meiser, B (2010) Time Perspective in hereditary cancer: Psychometric properties of a short-form of the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory in a community and clinical sample. Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers, 15(5), 1-11.  

Wakefield, CE, Watts, KJ, Homewood, J, Meiser, B, and Siminoff, LA (2010) Attitudes toward organ donation, willingness to donate and donor behaviour: A review of the international literature. Progress in Transplantation, 20(4), 380-91.

Pardey,  MC,  Homewood,  J, Taylor A, and  Cornish, JL  (2009) Re-evaluation of an animal model for ADHD using a free-operant choice task  Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 176(2), 166-171.

Mahmut, MK, Homewood, J, and Stevenson, RJ (2008) The characteristics non-criminals with high psychopathy traits: Are they similar to criminal psychopaths ? Journal of Research in Personality, 42 (3), 679-692.

Wakefield, CE , Meiser, B,   Homewood, J   Peate, M, Taylor,  AJ,  Lobb, E , Kirk, J,  Young, M-A,  Williams, R,  Dudding, T, Tucker  K and the AGenDA Collaborative Group (2008)  A randomised control trial of a decision aid for women seeking genetic testing for breast and ovarian cancer risk. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 107(2), 289-301.

Wakefield,  CE,  Meiser, B, Homewood, J, Ward, R , O'Donnell, S , Kirk, J and the Australian GENetic testing Decision Aid Collaborative Group (2008) Randomized trial of a decision aid for individuals considering genetic testing for hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer risk. Cancer, 113 (5), 956-965.

Wakefield, C, Homewood, J Mahmut, M,  Taylor, A and Meiser, B (2007) Usefulness of the Threatening Medical Situations Inventory in individuals considering genetic testing for cancer risk. Patient Education and Counselling, 69(1-3) 29-38

Wakefield, CE, Kasparian, NA, Meiser, B, Homewood, J, Kirk, J, and Tucker, K (2007). Attitudes toward genetic testing for cancer risk after genetic counseling and decision support: A qualitative comparison between hereditary cancer types. Genetic Testing, 11 (4), 401-41.

 WakefieldCE, Meiser B, Homewood, J, Barlow-Stewart, K, and Tucker, K (2007)  A comparison of community, clinician, and patient preferences for naming a cancer-related mutation. Clinical Genetics, 71(2), 140-7.

Wakefield CE, Meiser, B, Homewood, J, Peate, M, Kirk, J, Warner, B, Lobb, E, Gaff, C, and Tucker K (2007) Development and pilot testing of two decision aids for individuals considering genetic testing for cancer Journal of Genetic Counseling. 16(3), 325-39. Wakefield CE, Meiser, B, Homewood,J, Taylor, A, Gleeson, M, Williams, R and Tucker, K (2007) A randomized control trial of a breast/ovarian genetic testing decision aid used as a communication aid during genetic counselling. Psych-Oncology, 17(8), 844-854.

Wakefield, CE, Homewood, J, and Taylor, AJ (2006) Early blindness may be associated with changes in performance on verbal fluency tasks. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 100(5), 306-310.

Book Chapters:

Mahmut, M,  Stevenson, RJ  and  Homewood, J (2016) Non-Criminal Psychopathy and the Electrodermal Response: Gender Differences in Self-Report and Psychophysiological Arousal  In Roberson, E. Psychology of Individual Differences: New Research. New York, Nova Publishing

Cranney, J, Morris, S Martin, F, Provost, S, Zinkiewicz, L, Reece, J, Milne-Home, J , Burton, LJ, White, FA, Homewood, J, Earl, JK, McCarthy, S (2011) Psychological Literacy and Applied Psychology. In Cranney, J and Dunn, DA The Psychologically Literate Citizen: Foundations and Global Perspectives. Oxford, Oxford University Press

Conferences presentations published in full

Reid, E, Homewood, J, Winchester-Seeto, T, Reid, A (2009) Faculty readiness for international research students: Voices from the edge Refereed paper presented at. AARE International Education Research Conference, Canberra 29 November – 3 December

Research Reports

Homewood, J., Winchester-Seeto, T., Mackaway, J. & Jacenyik-Trawoger, C. 2010 Development and evaluation of resources to enhance skills in higher degree research supervision in a cross-cultural context. ALTC Final Report 2010. pp 1-42. ISBN 978-1-921856-04-4

Other research output

Homewood, J, Rigby, B, Brew, A, Rowe, A (2011) Research-enhanced Learning and Teaching: Learning Through Scholarship. ISBN 978-0-9805685-7-8

Homewood, J, Winchester-Seeto, T, Reid, A, Jacenyik-Trawoger, C et al The Cross Cultural supervision project http://www.mq.edu.au/ltc/altc/cross_cultural_supervision_project/index.php

Wakefield, C, Meiser, B, Homewood, J et al Genetic Testing for Breast and ovarian cancer risk: a decision aidhttp://www.genetics.edu.au/publications/copy5_of_breastovariancancerdecisionaid.pdf

Wakefield, C, Meiser, B, Homewood, J et al Genetic Testing for Hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer: a decision aidhttp://www.genetics.edu.au/publications/3372_LynchSyndrome_LoRes_amendedSept11.pdf

Publication:

Pardey, M.C., Kumar, N.N., Goodchild, A.K., Clemens, K.J., Homewood, J. and Cornish J.L. (2012). Long-term effects of chronic oral ritalin administration on cognitive and neural development in adol. Brain Sciences, 2, 375-404.

Schaafsma, M, Homewood, J, Taylor, A (2010). Subjective cognitive complaints at menopause associated with declines in verbal memory performance and attentional problems . Climacteric, 13 (1) , 84-98.

Schaasfsma, M., Homewood, J., & Taylor, A. (2010). Subjective cognitive complaints at menopause associated with declines in performance of verbal memor. Climacteric, 13, 84-98.

Pardey, M. C., Homewood, J., Taylor, A., Cornish, J. (2009). Re-evaluation of an animal model for ADHD using a free operant choice task. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 176, 166-177.

Pardey, MC, Homewood, J, Taylor A, Cornish, JL (2009). Re-evaluation of an animal model for ADHD using a free-operant choice task . Re-evaluation of an animal model for ADHD using a free-operant choice task Journal of Neuroscience Methods , 176(2) , 166-171 .

Wakefield CE. Meiser B. Homewood J. Taylor A. Gleeson M. Williams R. Tucker K. Australian GENetic testing Decision Aid Collaborative Group (2008). A randomized trial of a breast/ovarian cancer genetic testing decision aid used as a communication a. Psycho-Oncology, 17(8), 844-54.

Wakefield, CE, Meiser, B, Homewood, J, Ward, R , O'Donnell, S , Kirk, J and the Australian GENetic testing Decision Aid Collaborative Group (2008). Randomized trial of a decision aid for individuals considering genetic testing for hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer risk. Cancer, 113 (5) , 956-965.

Wakefield, CE , Meiser, B, Homewood, J Peate, M, , Taylor, AJ, Lobb, E , Kirk, J Young, M-A., Williams, R, Dudding, T, Tucker K and the AGenDA Collaborative Group (2008). A randomised control trial of a decision aid for women seeking genetic testing for breast cancer. Cancer Research and Treatment , 107(2), 289-301 .

Mahmut, Mehmet K; Homewood, Judi; Stevenson, Richard J (2008). The characteristics of non-criminals with high psychopathy traits: Are they similar to criminal psychopaths ?. Journal of Research in Personality, 42(3), 679-692.

Wakefield CE. Kasparian NA. Meiser B. Homewood J. Kirk J. Tucker K (2007). Attitudes toward genetic testing for cancer risk after genetic counseling and decision support: a qu. Genetic Testing , 11(4), 401-11.

Wakefield CE. Meiser B. Homewood J. Peate M. Kirk J. Warner B. Lobb E. Gaff C. Tucker K. (2007). Development and pilot testing of two decision aids for individuals considering genetic testing for cancer risk. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 16(3), 325-39.

Wakefield CE. Meiser B. Homewood J. Barlow-Stewart K. Tucker K (2007). A comparison of community, clinician, and patient preferences for naming a cancer-related mutation. Clinical Genetics, 71(2), 140-7.

Wakefield, Claire E; Homewood, Judi; Mahmut, Mehmet; Taylor, Alan; Meiser, Bettina (2007). Usefulness of the Threatening Medical Situations Inventory in individuals considering genetic testin. Patient Education and Counseling, 69 (1-3), 29-38.

Wakefield, C. E., Homewood, J., & Taylor, A. J. (2006). Early blindness may be associated with changes in performance on verbal fluency tasks. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 100, 306-310.

Wakefield , C. E., Homewood , J. and Taylor , A. J. (2004). Cognitive compensations for blindness: an exploratory study using odour naming. Perception, 33, 429-442.

Turner, K. R., Reid, W. G., Homewood , J. and Cook, R. J. (2002). Neuropsychological sequelae of bilateral posteroventral pallidotomy. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 73(4), 444-6.

Hepner, I., Homewood, J., & Taylor, A. (2002). Methadone disrupts performance on the working memory version of the Morris water task. Physiology & Behavior, 76, 41-49.

Lawson, C. J., Homewood, J., & Taylor, A. J. (2002). The effects of l-glucose on memory in mice are modulated by peripheral acting cholinergic drugs. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 77, 17-28.

Homewood , J. and Stevenson, R. J. (2001). Differences in naming accuracy of odors presented to the left and right nostrils.Biological Psychology, 58(1), 65-73.

Homewood, J., Bond, N.W., and Mackenzie, A. (1997). The effects of single and repeated episodes of thiamin deficiency on memory in alcohol-consuming rats. Alcohol, 14, 81-91.