Shayden Bryce

Shayden completed his Bachelor of Behavioural Neuroscience (Honours), with a double major in Neuroscience and Psychology, in 2013 at Monash University. His honours project involved the validation of two screening measures for detecting substance use disorders individuals who had sustained a traumatic brain injury.

Shayden is currently completing his DPsych (clinical neuropsychology) at Monash University, and is completing the research component of this degree within Cognitive Neuropsychiatry team under the supervision of Professor Susan Rossell and Dr Stuart Lee. Shayden’s doctoral research is examining the unique benefits of computer-based cognitive training on cognition and psychosocial functioning, when compared to commercially available video games, for individuals with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder.

For additional information about Shayden's doctoral research project, please contact Shayden on 0424515907 or at

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