Rania Johns-Mead, Doctor of Clinical Psychology Candidate/Provisional Psychologist, at Deakin University, delivers a video abstract on her JCPP paper ‘Categorical and dimensional approaches to the developmental relationship between ADHD and irritability‘.
Authors; Rania Johns-Mead, Nandita Vijayakumar, Melissa Mulraney, Glenn Melvin, George Youssef, Emma Sciberras, Vicki A. Anderson, Jan M. Nicholson, Daryl Efron, Philip Hazel, Tim J. Silk
First published: 11 May 2023
Open Access paper doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.13818
Rania Johns-Mead is a candidate in the Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) program at Deakin University, Melbourne Australia. She is working with the Cognitive Neuroscience Unit to complete her thesis, investigating the course, socioemotional correlates, and neurodevelopmental underpinnings of irritability in the context of ADHD. Rania has a professional background in youthwork, and is particularly interested in trajectories of mental health issues during childhood and adolescence. Over the course of her studies, she has developed a further interest in how neurodevelopmental and neurocognitive research inform interventions and diagnostic considerations in clinical practice.