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Professor Julie Henry
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Professor Julie Henry
Julie joined the School in 2011. Her research focuses primarily on understanding the consequences of ageing for cognition and emotion. This is an exciting area of research as it informs both the theoretical understanding of the neuropsychology of old age, and addresses social issues at the heart of maintaining quality of life in an ageing population. She is also broadly interested in the effects of neurodegenerative and psychiatric disease on cognition and emotion.
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MC464
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+61 7 3365 6737
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+61 7 3365 6877
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School of Psychology
McElwain Building
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD 4072
Australia

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Professor Julie Henry
Qualifications:

PhD in Psychology, University of Aberdeen  

                        

Professional Activities:

British Journal of Clinical Psychology.

Editor in Chief (2014- ongoing)

Co-Editor in Chief (2011-2014)

Associate Editor (2008-2011)

 

Gerontology.

co-Editor of Behavioural Section (2015 - ongoing)

Editorial Board (2008-2014)

 

Australian Psychologist.

Associate Editor (2014 - ongoing)

 

Frontiers in Psychology.

Review Editor of Emotion Science Section (2014 - ongoing)

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Professor Julie Henry
Research Activities:

Most of my research investigates either emotion or memory in the context of normal adult ageing, but I am also broadly interested in the effects of neurodegenerative and psychiatric disease.

Representative Publications:

Peer-reviewed journal articles:

132. Ziaei, M. Burianova, H., von Hippel, W., Ebner, N. D., Phillips, L. H. & Henry, J. D. (in press). The impact of aging on the neural networks involved in gaze and emotional processing. Neurobiology of Aging. 

131. Imuta, K., Henry, J. D., Ruffman, T., Selcuk, B., & Slaughter, V. (in press). Theory of mind and prosocial behavior in childhood: A meta-analytic review. Developmental Psychology. 

130. Redshaw, J., Suddendorf, T., & Henry, J. D. (in press). Disentangling the effect of event-based cues on children's time-based prospective memory performance. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 

129. Molenberghs, P. Johnson, H., Henry, J. D., & Mattingley, J. (in press). Understanding the minds of others: A neuroimaging meta-analysis. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews.

128. Mercuri, K., Terrett, G., Henry, J. D., Bailey, P. E., Curran, H. V., & Rendell, P. G. (in press). Deconstructing the nature of episodic foresight deficits associated with chronic opiate use. British Journal of Clinical Psychology.

127. Henry, J. D., von Hippel, W. H., Molenberghs, P., Lee, T., & Sachdev, P. (2016). Clinical assessment of social cognitive function in neurological disorders. Nature Reviews Neurology, 12, 28-39.

126. Bulley, A., Suddendorf, T., & Henry, J. D. (in press). Prospection and the present moment: The role of episodic foresight. Review of General Psychology.

125. Perez-Zapata, D., Slaughter, V., & Henry, J. D. (in press). Cultural effects on mindreading. Cognition.

124. Grainger, S., Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., Vanman, E., & Allen, R. (in press). Age deficits in facial affect recognition: the influence of dynamic cues. Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences.

123. Henry, J. D., Castellini, J., Moses, E. & Scott, J. (in press). Emotion regulation in adolescents with mental health problems: An experimental study. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology.

122. Pedder, D., Terrett, G., Bailey, P. E., Henry, J. D., & Rendell, P. G. (in press). Reduced facial reactivity as a contributor to preserved emotion regulation in older adults. Psychology and Aging.

121. Ruffman, T., Wilson, M., Hunter, J. A., Henry, J. D., Dawson, A., Yan, C.,  Kladnitski, N., Myftari, E., Murray, J., & Halberstadt, J. (in press). Age differences in right-wing authoritarianism and their relation to emotion recognition. Emotion.

120. Terrett, G., Rose, N. S., Henry, J. D., Bailey, P. E., Altgassen, M., Phillips, L. H., Kliegel, M., & Rendell, P. G. (in press). The relationship between prospective memory and episodic foresight in younger and older adulthood. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 

119. Lyons, A., Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Robinson, G., & Suddendorf, T. (in press). Episodic foresight in schizophrenia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 

118. Slaughter, V., Imuta, K., Petersen, C., & Henry, J. D. (2015). Meta-analysis of theory of mind and peer popularity in the preschool and early school years.  Child Development, 86, 1159-1174.

117. Habota, T., McLennan, S.N, Cameron, J., Henry, J. D., Ski, C., Thompson, D. R., & Rendell, P. R. (2015). Prospective memory impairment in chronic heart failure. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 21, 183-192.

116. Ballhausen, N., Rendell, P. G., Henry, J. D., Joeffry, S., & Kliegel, M. (2015). Emotional valence differentially affects encoding and retrieval of prospective memory in older adults. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 22, 544-559.

115. Kalokerinos, E., von Hippel, C., & Henry, J. D. (in press). Job attitudes are differentially associated with bridge employment and phased retirement among older Australian employees. Work, Aging and Retirement.

114. Ziaei, M., von Hippel, W., Henry, J. D., & Becker, S. I. (2015). Are age effects in positivity influenced by the valence of distractors? PLoS One, 10, e0137604.

113. Thompson, C. Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Withall, A., & Brodaty, H. (2015). How valid are subjective ratings of prospective memory in mild cognitive impairment and early dementia? Gerontology, 61, 251-257.

112. Mercuri, K., Terrett, G., Henry, J. D., Bailey, P. E., Curren, V., & Rendell, P. G. (2015). Episodic foresight deficits in long-term opiate users. Psychopharmacology, 232, 1337-45.

111. Shahaeian, A., Henry, J. D., Razmjoyee, M., Teymoori, A., & Wang, C. (2015). Towards a better understanding of the relationship between executive control and theory of mind. An intra-cultural comparison of three diverse samples. Developmental Science, 18, 671-685.

110. Henry, J. D., Cowan, D. G., Lee, T., Sachdev, P. S. (2015). Recent trends in testing social cognition. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 28, 133-140.

109. Altgassen, M., Rendell, P. G., Bernhard, A., Henry, J. D., Bailey, P. E., Phillips, L. H., & Kliegel, M. (2015). Future thinking improves prospective memory performance in older adults. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, 192-204.

108. Whitton, A. E., Henry, J. D., & Grisham, J. R. (2015). Cognitive and psychophysiological correlates of disgust in obsessive-compulsive disorder. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 54, 16-33.

107. Lyons, A., Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Corballis, M. & Suddendorf, T. (2014). Episodic foresight and aging. Psychology and Aging, 29, 873-884.

106. Phillips, L. H., Henry, J. D., Nouzova, E., Scott, C., & Summers, F. (2014). Difficulties with emotion regulation in multiple sclerosis: Links to executive function, mood and quality of life. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 36, 831-842.

105. Kalokerinos, E. K., von Hippel, W. H., Henry, J. D & Trivers, R. (2014). The aging positivity effect and immune functioning: Positivity in recall predicts higher CD4 counts and lower CD4 activation. Psychology and Aging, 29, 636-641.

104. Slessor, G., Bailey, P. E., Rendell, P. G., Ruffman, T., Henry, J. D., & Miles, L. K. (2014). Examining the time course of young and older adults’ mimicry of enjoyment and nonenjoyment smiles. Emotion, 14, 532-544.

103. Terrett, G., McLennan, S., Rendell, P. G., Henry, J. D., & Curran, V. (2014). Prospective memory impairment in long-term opiate users. Psychopharmacology, 231, 2623-32.

102. Henry, J. D., Terrett, G., Altgassen, M., Raponi-Saunders, S., Ballhausen, N., Schnizspahn, K. M., & Rendell, P. G. (2014). A ‘Virtual Week’ study of prospective memory function in autistic spectrum disorders. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 127, 110-125.

101. Lee, T., Lipnicki, D. M., Crawford, J., Henry, J. D., Trollor, J. N., Ames, D., Wright, M. J., & Sachdev, P. (2014). Leisure activity, health and medical correlates of neurocognitive performance among monozygotic twins: The Older Australian Twins Study. Journal of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences, 69, 514-22.

100. Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., & von Hippel, C. (2014). A meta-analytic review of theory of mind difficulties in behavioural-variant frontotemporal dementia. Neuropsychologia, 56, 53-62.

99. Whitton, A. E., Henry, J. D., & Grisham, J. R. (2014). Moral rigidity in obsessive-compulsive disorder: Do abnormalities in inhibitory control, cognitive flexibility and disgust play a role?  Journal of Behaviour Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 45, 152-159.

98. Whitton, A. E., Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G. & Grisham, J. R. (2014). Disgust, but not anger provocation, enhances levator labii superioris activity during exposure to moral transgressions. Biological Psychology, 96, 48-56.

97. Whitton, A. E., Grisham, J. R., Henry, J. D., & Palada, H. C. (2013). Interpretive bias modification for disgust. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 4, 341-359.

96. Kliegel, M., Mahy, C. E. V., Voigt, B., Henry, J. D., Rendell., P. G., & Aberle, I. (2013). The development of prospective memory in young schoolchildren: The impact of ongoing task absorption, cue salience, and cue centrality. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 116, 792-810.

95. Mioni, G., Rendell, P. G., Henry, J. D., Cantagallo, A., & Stablum, F. (2013). An investigation of prospective memory function in people with traumatic brain injury using Virtual Week. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 35, 617-630.

94. Terrett, G., Rendell, P. G., Raponi-Saunders, S., Henry, J. D. & Bailey, P. E., & Altgassen, M. (2013). Episodic memory and episodic future thinking in children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 43, 2558-68.

93.Whitton, A. E.,& Henry, J. D. (2013). The relationship between sub-clinical o bsessive-compulsive symptoms and social cognition in chronic schizophrenia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 115-128.

92. Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., Ruffman, T. & Bailey, P. E. (2013). A meta-analytic review of age differences in theory of mind. Psychology and Aging, 28, 826-839.

91. von Hippel, C., Kalokerinos, E. K., & Henry, J. D. (2013). Stereotype threat among older employees: Relationship with job attitudes and turnover intentions. Psychology and Aging, 28, 17-27.

90. Lee, T., Crawford, J. D., Henry, J. D., Trollor, J. N., Kochan, N. A., Wright, M. J., Ames, D., Brodaty, H., & Sachdev, P. S. (2012). Mediating effects of processing speed and executive functions in age-related differences in episodic memory performance: A cross-validation study. Neuropsychology, 26, 776-784.

89. McCarrey, A., Henry, J. D., von Hippel, W. H., Weidemann, G., Sachdev, P., Wohl, M. J. A., Williams, M. (2012). Age differences in neural activity during slot machine gambling: An fMRI study. PLOS ONE, 7, e49787.

88. Rendell, P. G., Bailey, P. E., Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., Gaskin, S. & Kliegel, M. (2012). Older adults have greater difficulty imagining future rather than atemporal experiences. Psychology and Aging, 27, 1089-1098.

87. Henry, J. D. Thompson, C., Phillips, L. H., Rendell, P. R., Carbert, J., Brodaty, H., & Sachdev, P. (2012). Perception of biological motion and emotion in mild cognitive impairment and dementia. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 18, 866-873.

86. Henry, J. D., von Hippel, W. H., Thompson, C., Pulford, P., Sachdev, P., & Brodaty, H.  (2012). Social behavior in mild cognitive impairment and dementia. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 34, 806-813.

85. Bailey, P. E., Henry, J. D., & Varcin, K. J. (2012). Right frontal cortical lesions disrupt anger mimicry, Neuropsychologia, 50, 1632 -1638

84. Rendell, P. G., Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., de la Piedad Garcia, X., Booth, P. & Phillips, P., & Kliegel, M. (2012). Prospective memory, emotional valence and multiple sclerosis. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 34, 738-749.

83. Lee, T., Mosing, M. A., Henry, J. D., Trollor, J. N., Ames, D., Martin, N. G., Wright, M. J., & Sachdev, P. S. (2012). Genetic influences on four measures of executive function and their covariation with general cognitive ability: The Older Australian Twins Study. Behavior Genetics, 42, 528-538.

82. Perry, Y., Henry, J. D., Nangle, M. R & Grisham, J. R. (2012). Regulation of negative affect in schizophrenia: The effectiveness of acceptance versus reappraisal and suppression. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 34, 497-508

81. Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Phillips, L. H., Dunlop, L., & Kliegel, M. (2012). Prospective memory reminders: A laboratory investigation of initiation source and age effects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65, 1274 – 1287.

80. Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Altgassen, M., Rogers, P., & Kliegel, M. (2012). Prospective memory function in schizophrenia and schizotypy. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 17, 133-150.

79.  Lee, T., Mosing, M. A., Troller, J. N., Henry, J. D., Lammel, A., Ames, D. et al. (2012). Genetic influences on five measures of processing speed and their covariation with general cognitive ability in the elderly: The Older Australian Twins Study. Behavior Genetics, 42, 96-106.

78.  Altgassen, M., Henry, J. D., Bürgler, S. & Kliegel, M. (2011). The influence of emotional target cues on prospective memory performance in depression. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 33, 910-916.

77.  Thompson, C., Henry, J. D., Withall, A., Rendell, P. G. & Brodaty, H. (2011). A naturalistic study of prospective memory function in MCI and dementia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 50, 425-434

76.  Perry, Y., Henry, J. D., Sethi, N., & Grisham, J. R. (2011). The pain persists: How social exclusion affects individuals with schizophrenia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 50, 339-349.

75.  Rendell, P. G., Phillips, L. H., Henry, J. D., Brumby-Rendell, T, de la Piedad Garci, X., Altgassen, M. & Kliegel, M. (2011). Prospective memory, emotional valence and ageing. Cognition and Emotion, 25, 916-925.

74.  Phillips, L. H., Henry, J. D., Scott, C., Summers, F., Whyte, F., & Cook, M. (2011). Specific impairments of emotion perception in multiple sclerosis. Neuropsychology, 25, 131-136.

73.  Perry, Y., Henry, J. D., & Grisham, J. R. (2011). The habitual use of emotion regulation strategies in schizophrenia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 50, 217-222.

72.  Bedford, A., Watson, R., Henry, J. D., Crawford, J. R., & Deary, I. J. (2011). Mokken scaling analyses of the Personal Disturbance Scale (DSSI/sAD) in large clinical and nonclinical samples. Personality and Individual Differences, 50, 38-42.

71.  Schnitzspahn, K. M., Ihle, A., Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., & Kliegel, M. (2011). The age-prospective memory-paradox: A comprehensive exploration of possible mechanisms. International Psychogeriatrics, 23, 583-592.

70.  Henry, J. D., von Hippel, C., Ruffman, T., Perry, Y., & Rendell, P. G. (2010). Threat perception in schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 16, 805-812.

69.  Altgassen, M., Phillips, L. H., Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., & Kliegel, M. (2010). Emotional target cues eliminate age differences in prospective memory.  Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 1057-1064.

68.  Varcin, K. J., Bailey, P. E., & Henry, J. D. (2010). Empathic deficits in schizophrenia: The potential role of rapid facial mimicry. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 16, 621-629.

67.  Henry, J. D., Bailey, P. E., von Hippel, C., Rendell, P. G., & Lane, A. (2010). Alexithymia in schizophrenia. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 32, 890-897.

66.  McDonald, S., Hunt, C., Henry, J. D., Dimoska, A., & Bornhofen, C. (2010). Angry responses to emotional events: the role of impaired control and drive in people with severe traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 32, 855-864. 

65.  Thompson, C., Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Withall, A., & Brodaty, H. (2010). Prospective memory function in mild cognitive impairment and early dementia. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 16, 318-325.

64.  McCarrey, A. C., Henry, J. D., & Luszcz, M. (2010). Potential mechanisms contributing to decision making difficulties in late adulthood. Gerontology, 56, 430-434.

63.  Lee, T., Henry, J. D., Trollor, J. N., Sachdev, P. (2010). Genetic influences on cognitive function in the elderly: A selective review of twin studies. Brain Research Reviews, 64,1-13.

62.  Phillips, L. H., Scott, C., Henry, J. D., Mowat, D., & Bell, S. (2010). Emotion perception in Alzheimer’s disease and mood disorders in old age. Psychology and Aging, 25, 38-47.

61.  Bailey, P. E., Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Phillips, L. H. & Kliegel, M. (2010). Dismantling the ‘age-prospective memory paradox’: The classic laboratory paradigm simulated in a naturalistic setting. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63, 646-652.

60.  Henry, J. D., von Hippel., C. & Shapiro, L. (2010). Stereotype threat contributes to social difficulties in people with schizophrenia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 49, 31-41.

59.  Bailey, P. E., & Henry, J. D. (2010). Separating component processes of theory of mind in schizophrenia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 49, 43-52.

58.  Grisham, J. R., Henry, J. D., Williams, A., & Bailey, P. E. (2010). Socioemotional deficits associated with obsessive compulsive symptomatology. Psychiatry Research, 175, 256-259.

57.  Bailey, P.E., & Henry, J.D. (2009). Subconscious facial expression mimicry is preserved in older adulthood. Psychology and Aging, 24, 995-1000.

56.  Henry, J. D., Thompson, C., Ruffman, T., Leslie, F., Sachdev, P., Withall, A., & Brodaty, H. (2009). Threat perception in mild cognitive impairment and dementia. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 64, 603-607.

55.  Will, C. M., Rendell, P. G., Ozgis., S., Pierson, J. M., Ong, B., & Henry, J. D. (2009). Cognitively impaired older adults exhibit comparable difficulties on naturalistic and laboratory prospective memory tasks. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 23, 804-812.

54.  Henry, J. D., Mazur, M., & Rendell, P. G. (2009). Social cognitive difficulties in former users of methamphetamine. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 323-327.

53.  Bailey, P. E., Henry, J. D., & Nangle, M. R. (2009). Electromyographic evidence for age-related differences in the mimicry of anger. Psychology and Aging, 24, 224-229.

52.  Rendell, P. G., & Henry, J. D. (2009). A review of Virtual Week for prospective memory assessment: Clinical implications. Brain Impairment, 10, 14-22.

51.  Rendell, P. G., Mazur, M., & Henry, J. D. (2009). Prospective memory impairment in former users of methamphetamine. Psychopharmacology, 203, 609-616. 

50.  Crawford, J. R., Garthwaite, P. H., Lawrie, C. J., Henry, J. D., MacDonald, M. A., Sutherland, J., & Sinha, P. (2009). A convenient method of obtaining percentile norms and accompanying confidence limits for self-report mood scales (DASS, DASS-21, HADS, PANAS, and sAD). British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 163-180.

49.  Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Scicluna, A., Jackson, M., & Phillips, L. H. (2009). Emotion experience, expression and regulation in Alzheimer's disease. Psychology and Aging, 24, 252-257.

48.  Ogzis, S., Rendell, P. G., & Henry, J. D.  (2009). Spaced retrieval significantly improves prospective memory performance of cognitively impaired older adults. Gerontology, 55, 229-232.

47.  Henry, J. D., von Hippel, W., & Baynes, K. (2009). Social inappropriateness, executive control, and aging. Psychology and Aging, 24, 239-244.

46.  Bailey, P. E., Henry, J. D., & Reed, E. J. (2009). Schizophrenia and the display of embarrassment. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 31, 545-552.

45.  Henry, J. D., Green, M. J., Restuccia, C., de Lucia, A., Rendell, P. G., McDonald, S., & Grisham, J. R. (2009). Emotion dysregulation and schizotypy. Psychiatry Research, 166, 116-124.

44.  Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., Beatty, W. W., McDonald, S., Longley, W., Joscelyne, A., & Rendell, P. G. (2009). Evidence for deficits in facial affect recognition and theory of mind in multiple sclerosis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15, 277-285.

43.  Kehoe, E. J., Bednall, T., Yin, L., Olsen, K., Pitts, C., Henry, J. D, & Bailey, P. E. (2009). Training adult novices to use computers: Effects of different types of illustration. Computers in Human Behavior, 25, 275-283.

42.  Phillips, L. H., Saldias, A., McCarrey, A., Scott, C., Henry, J. D., Summers, F., & Whyte, M. (2009). Attentional lapses, emotional regulation and quality of life in multiple sclerosis. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 101-106.

41.  Rendell, P. G., & Henry, J. D. (2008). Prospective-memory functioning is affected during pregnancy and postpartum. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 30, 913-919.

40.  Bailey, P. E., Henry, J. D., & von Hippel, W. (2008). Empathy and social functioning in late adulthood. Aging and Mental Health, 12, 499-503.

39.  Altgassen, M., Kliegel, M., Rendell, P. G., Henry, J. D., & Zöllig, J. (2008). Prospective memory in schizophrenia: The impact of varying retrospective-memory load. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 30, 777-788. 

38.  Bailey, P. E., & Henry, J. D. (2008). Growing less empathic with age: Disinhibition of the self-perspective. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 63, P219-226.

37.  von Hippel, W., Henry, J. D., & Matovic, D. (2008). Aging and social satisfaction: Offsetting positive and negative effects. Psychology and Aging, 23, 435-439.

36.  Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Green, M. J., McDonald, S., & O’Donnell, M. (2008). Emotion regulation in schizophrenia: Affective, social and clinical correlates of suppression and reappraisal. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 117, 473 – 478.

35.  Henry, J. D., Ruffman, T., McDonald, S., Peek O’Leary, M., Phillips, L. H., Brodaty,  H., & Rendell, P. G. (2008). Recognition of disgust is selectively preserved in Alzheimer’s disease. Neuropsychologia, 46, 1363-1370.

34.  Ruffman, T., Henry, J. D., Livingstone, V., & Phillips, L. H. (2008). A meta-analytic review of emotion recognition and aging: Implications for neuropsychological models of aging. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 32, 863-881.

33.  Henry, J. D., Bailey, P. E., & Rendell, P. G. (2008). Empathy, social functioning and schizotypy. Psychiatry Research, 160, 15-22.

32.  Phillips, L. H., Henry, J. D., Hosie, J. A., & Milne, A. B. (2008). Effective regulation of the experience and expression of negative affect in old age. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 63, 138-145.

31.  Henry, J. D., & Rendell, P. G. (2007). A review of the impact of pregnancy on memory function. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 29, 793-803.

30.  Rendell, P. G., Gray, T. J., Henry, J. D., & Tolan, A. (2007). Prospective memory impairment in ‘ecstasy’ (MDMA) users. Psychopharmacology, 194. 497-504.

29.  Nash, S., Henry, J. D., McDonald, S., Martin, I., Brodaty, H., & Peek-O’Leary, M.  (2007). Cognitive disinhibition and socioemotional functioning in Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 13, 1060-1064.

28.  Henry, J. D., Rendell, P. G., Kliegel, M., & Altgassen, M. (2007). Prospective memory in schizophrenia: Primary or secondary impairment? Schizophrenia Research, 95, 179-185.

27.  Henry, J. D., Green, M. J., de Lucia, A., Restuccia, C., McDonald, S., & O’Donnell, M. (2007). Emotion dysregulation in schizophrenia: Reduced amplification of emotional expression is associated with emotional blunting. Schizophrenia Research, 95, 197-204.

26.  Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., Crawford, J. R., Kliegel, M., Theodorou, G., & Summers, F. (2007). Traumatic brain injury and prospective memory: Influence of task complexity. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 29, 457-466.

25.  Williams, B., Henry, J. D., & Green, M. J. (2007). Facial affect recognition and schizotypy. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 1, 177-182.

24.  Rendell, P. G., Jensen, F., & Henry, J. D. (2007). Prospective memory in multiple sclerosis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 13, 410-416.

23.  Bailey, P. E., & Henry, J. D. (2007). Alexithymia, somatization, and subjective wellbeing in a community sample. Psychiatry Research, 150, 13-20.

22.  Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., Crawford, J. R., Ietswaart, M., & Summers, F. (2006). Theory of mind following traumatic brain injury: The role of emotion recognition and executive dysfunction. Neuropsychologia, 44, 1623-1628.

21.  Phillips, L. H., Henry, J. D., Hosie, J., & Milne, A. B. (2006).  Age, anger regulation and well-being. Aging and Mental Health, 10, 250-256.

20.  Henry, J. D., & Phillips, L. H. (2006). Covariates of production and perseveration on tests of phonemic, semantic and alternating fluency in normal aging. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 13, 529-551.

19.  Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., Maylor, E. A., Hosie, J., Milne, A. B., & Meyer, C. (2006). A new conceptualisation of alexithymia in the general adult population: Implications for research involving older adults. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 60, 535-543.

18.  Henry, J. D., & Beatty, W. W. (2006). Verbal fluency deficits in multiple sclerosis. Neuropsychologia, 44, 1166-74.

17.  Henry, J. D., Phillips, L. H., Crawford, J. R., Theodorou, G., & Summers, F. (2006). Cognitive and psychosocial correlates of alexithymia following traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychologia, 44, 62-72.

16.  Henry, J. D. (2006). A meta-analytic review of Wisconsin Card Sorting Test and verbal fluency performance in obsessive‑compulsive disorder. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 11, 156-176.

15.  Crawford, J. R., Henry, J. D., Ward, A. L., & Blake, J. (2006). The Prospective and Retrospective Memory Questionnaire (PRMQ): Latent structure, normative data and discrepancy analyses for proxy‑ratings. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45, 83-104.

14.  Henry, J. D., & Crawford, J. R. (2005). The short‑form version of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS‑21): Construct validity and normative data in a large non-clinical sample. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44, 227-239.

13.  Henry, J. D., Crawford, J. R., & Phillips, L. H. (2005). A meta-analytic review of verbal fluency deficits in Huntington's disease.  Neuropsychology, 19, 243-252. 

12.  Henry , J.D., & Crawford, J. R. (2005). A meta-analytic review of verbal fluency deficits in depression. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 27, 78-101.

11.  Henry, J. D., & Crawford, J. R. (2005). A meta-analytic review of verbal fluency deficits in schizophrenia relative to other neurocognitive deficits. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 10, 1 – 33.

10.  Crawford, J. R., & Henry, J. D. (2004). The Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS): Construct validity, measurement properties and normative data in a large non-clinical sample. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 43, 245-265.

9.  Henry, J. D., & Crawford, J. R. (2004). A meta-analytic review of verbal fluency performance in traumatic brain injured patients. Neuropsychology, 18, 621-628.

8.  Henry, J. D., & Crawford, J. R. (2004). Verbal fluency deficits in Parkinson’s disease: A meta-analysis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 10, 608-623.

7.  Henry, J. D., Crawford, J. R., & Phillips, L. H. (2004). Verbal fluency performance in dementia of the Alzheimer’s type: A meta-analysis. Neuropsychologia, 42, 1212-1222.

6.  Amieva, H., Phillips, L. H., Della Sala, S., & Henry, J. D. (2004). Inhibitory functioning in Alzheimer’s disease. Brain, 127, 949-964.

5.  Henry, J. D., & Crawford, J. R. (2004). A meta-analytic review of verbal fluency performance following focal cortical lesions. Neuropsychology, 18, 284-295.

4.  Henry, J. D., MacLeod, M., Phillips, L. H., & Crawford, J. R. (2004). A meta‑analytic review of prospective memory and aging. Psychology and Aging, 19, 27-39.

3.  Crawford, J. R., & Henry, J. D. (2003) The Depression Anxiety Stress Scales: Normative data and latent structure in a large non-clinical sample. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42, 111-131.

2.  Henry, J. D., Crawford, J. R., Bedford, A., Crombie, C., & Taylor, E. P. (2002) The Personal Disturbance Scale (sAD): normative data and latent structure in a large non-clinical sample. Personality and Individual Differences, 33, 1343-1360.

1.  Crawford, J. R., Henry, J. D., Crombie, C., & Taylor, E. P. (2001). Normative data for the HADS from a large non-clinical sample. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 40, 429-434.

 

Book chapters

7. Phillips, L. H., Slessor, G., Bailey, P. E. & Henry, J. D. (2014). Older adults’ perception of social and emotional cues (pp. 9-25). In P. Verhaeghen & C. Hertzog (Eds.). Emotion, social cognition, and everyday problem solving during adulthood. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

6.  von Hippel, W., & Henry, J. D. (2012). Aging and social cognition (pp. 390-410). In S. T. Fiske & C. N. Macrae (Eds.). Handbook of Social Cognition. SAGE Publications, California.

5.  von Hippel, W., & Henry, J. D. (2011). Aging and self-regulation. In R. F. Baumeister & K. Vohs (Eds.). Handbook of self-regulation (2nd Edition). Guilford Press.

4.  Phillips, L.H., & Henry, J.D. (2008). Adult aging and executive function. (pp. 57-80). In V. Anderson, P. Anderson, & R. Jacobs (Eds.). Executive function and the frontal lobes: A life span perspective. Hove: Psychology Press.

3.  Phillips, L. H., Henry, J. D., & Martin, M. (2008). Adult aging and prospective memory: The importance of ecological validity (pp. 161-186). In M. Kliegel., M. A. McDaniel. & G. O. Einstein (Eds.), Prospective memory: Cognitive, neuroscience, developmental, and applied perspectives. Mahwah: Erlbaum.

2.  Phillips, L. H., & Henry, J. D. (2005). An evaluation of the frontal lobe theory of cognitive aging (pp. 191-216). In J. Duncan, P. McLeod, & L. H. Phillips (Eds.), Measuring the mind: Speed, control and age. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

1.  Crawford, J. R., & Henry, J. D. (2005). Assessment of executive deficits (pp. 233-246).  In P. W. Halligan & N. Wade (Eds.), The Effectiveness of Rehabilitation for Cognitive Deficits.  London: Oxford University Press.

Course Coordinator:
  • Semester 1, 2017
    PSYC3102 - Psychopathology
  • Semester 1, 2016
    PSYC3102 - Psychopathology

Note: Coordinator roles prior to 2009 and tutor roles prior to 2006 are not included.

Research Area:
Cognition and Neuroscience
Synopsis:

In 2016 studies under my supervision will focus on the following research topics.

1) Social perception:  Social perception refers broadly to the ability to understand and react appropriately to the social signals sent out by other people, and is a critical predictor of wellbeing, mental health and social competency. While there is now a considerable literature showing that normal adult aging disrupts many aspects of social perceptual processing, much of this evidence derives from variants of the same basic paradigm: explicitly choosing which emotional label best describes a particular depiction of emotion, such as a photograph of a face, or an auditory expression. However, when we interpret and react to the emotional states of others in our everyday lives, we do not always produce a verbal label for the emotion, we are not limited in our choice from a narrow range of labels, and we may have no awareness of the emotion-decoding process. In addition, how we respond to the cues associated with artificial stimuli in the lab may differ markedly from how we respond to our friends and family in everyday life. To date there has been only limited assessment of age differences in decoding and reacting to emotional and other social cues using naturalistic tasks or familiar people, and even fewer studies that have assessed implicit aspects of social perception. Studies are available that would test whether how age differentially affects implicit and explicit social perceptual processes using more ecologically valid assessments.

2) Prospection:  Episodic memory, the ability to mentally re-experience specific past events, has long been a central topic in psychology. It has been proposed to be part of a more general ability to travel mentally in time, which includes a complementary future component that has been termed episodic foresight. Deficits in episodic foresight have profound consequences. This is because episodic foresight has been consistently linked to independent living and a great variety of functional behaviours. Indeed, we incessantly prepare for the future, from carrying objects with us because we might need them, to anticipating future budgetary expenses, to shopping for next week’s dinner. Prospective memory (PM) is a conceptually related component of prospection, which refers to memory for future intentions such as remembering to take medication and turn off appliances. PM is therefore also crucial for maintaining healthy and safe independent living. Evidence now indicates that in late adulthood both of these capacities are significantly disrupted, but many important questions remain with respect to which task properties are important in understanding age effects, the specificity of the age-related changes, as well as how any changes relate to functional outcomes. Projects are available that would focus on addressing each of these questions, with potentially important implications for the development of targeted interventions.

3)  Dentophobia: Dentophobia refers to the fear of dentistry and receiving dental care, and is very common in many countries, including Australia. Understanding the mechanisms that cause and perpetuate dentophobia is critically important given that extreme dental fear leads to avoidance of treatment and deterioration of oral health. A growing body of research suggests that, in addition to fear, abnormal disgust responses may be implicated in denotophobia. Disgust responding is composed of disgust propensity (the tendency to respond with disgust) and disgust sensitivity (aversion to feelings of disgust), but there is only limited evidence regarding the degree to which these separate constructs are implicated in dentophobia. Studies are available that would clarify the role of abnormal disgust responding in dentophobia, for instance by using eye tracking to index early attentional biases or facial electromyography to index early implicit affective responses. 

 

Details of published research articles from my lab that relate to these topics can be found here: http://www.psy.uq.edu.au/directory/index.html?id=1885#show_Research. I am also happy to meet in person to chat about Honour's supervision if you are interested in learning more (email: julie.henry@uq.edu.au).

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