Stephanie Deighton, MSc
Stephanie is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Calgary, under the supervision of Dr. Keith Yeates and co-supervised by Dr. Signe Bray. Her research interests are in psychosocial outcomes after pediatric traumatic brain injury. Stephanie’s doctoral dissertation is focused on investigating resting-state network connectivity and post-concussive symptoms as predictors of quality of life and functional disability after mild traumatic brain injury.
Canadian Institute of Health Research Doctoral Award (2018-2021)
Alberta Innovates Graduate Studentship (2017-2020)
Eyes High Doctoral Recruitment Scholarship- University of Calgary (2018-2021)
Deighton, S., Ju, N., Graham, S., Yeates, K.O. Pragmatic Language Comprehension after Paediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: A Scoping Review. International Neuropsychology Society (INS) Mid-Year Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic, July 2018.
Deighton, S., Bigler, B.D., Bacevice, A., Cohen, D.M., Mihalov, L.K., Kangert, B.A., Zumberge, N., Taylor, H.G., Yeates, K.O. Does post-acute symptom burden predict functional deficits in paediatric mild TBI? A preliminary analysis. International Neuropsychology Society (INS) Mid-Year Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic, July 2018.