Dr Emily Hielscher
Dr Emily Hielscher
QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, University of Queensland
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Intergroup relationships do not reduce racial bias in empathic neural responses to pain
LS Contreras-Huerta, E Hielscher, CS Sherwell, N Rens, R Cunnington
Neuropsychologia 64, 263-270, 2014
Managing disclosure of personal information: An opportunity to enhance supported employment.
E Hielscher, G Waghorn
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 38 (4), 306, 2015
Why are psychotic experiences associated with self-injurious thoughts and behaviours? A systematic review and critical appraisal of potential confounding and mediating factors
E Hielscher, JE DeVylder, S Saha, M Connell, JG Scott
Psychological medicine 48 (9), 1410-1426, 2018
The availability of evidence-based practices in supported employment for Australians with severe and persistent mental illness
G Waghorn, E Hielscher
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 62 (2), 141-144, 2015
Prevalence and correlates of psychotic experiences in a nationally representative sample of Australian adolescents
E Hielscher, M Connell, D Lawrence, SR Zubrick, J Hafekost, JG Scott
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 52 (8), 768-781, 2018
Self-stigma and fears of employment among adults with psychiatric disabilities
E Hielscher, G Waghorn
British Journal of Occupational Therapy 80 (12), 699-706, 2017
When the body is the targetóRepresentations of oneís own body and bodily sensations in self-harm: A systematic review
E Hielscher, TJ Whitford, JG Scott, R Zopf
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 101, 85-112, 2019
Association between psychotic experiences and non-accidental self-injury: results from a nationally representative survey of adolescents
E Hielscher, M Connell, D Lawrence, SR Zubrick, J Hafekost, JG Scott
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 54 (3), 321-330, 2019
Hours of care and caring tasks performed by Australian carers of adults with mental illness: results from an online survey
E Hielscher, S Diminic, J Kealton, M Harris, YY Lee, H Whiteford
Community mental health journal 55 (2), 279-295, 2019
The economic value of informal mental health caring in Australia: technical report
S Diminic, E Hielscher, YY Lee, M Harris, J Schess, J Kealton, ...
Brisbane: The University of Queensland, 2017
An exploration of the interaction between touch avoidance and the pleasant touch (C-tactile afferent) system
E Hielscher, D Mahar
Perception 46 (1), 18-30, 2017
A profile of Australian mental health carers, their caring role and service needs: results from the 2012 Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers
S Diminic, E Hielscher, MG Harris, YY Lee, J Kealton, HA Whiteford
Epidemiology and psychiatric sciences 28 (6), 670-681, 2019
The economic value of informal mental health caring in Australia
S Diminic, E Hielscher, YY Lee, M Harris, J Schess, J Kealton, ...
Mind Australia, 2017
Planning Post-employment Support for People with Psychiatric Disabilities.
G Waghorn, J Shield, E Hielscher
Journal of Rehabilitation 81 (3), 2015
Intervention programs designed to promote healthy romantic relationships in youth: A systematic review
E Hielscher, C Moores, M Blenkin, A Jadambaa, JG Scott
Journal of adolescence 92, 194-236, 2021
Mediators of the association between psychotic experiences and future non-suicidal self-injury and suicide attempts: results from a three-wave, prospective adolescent cohort study
E Hielscher, J DeVylder, P Hasking, M Connell, G Martin, JG Scott
European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 30 (9), 1351-1365, 2021
Investigating the role of hallucinatory experiences in the transition from suicidal thoughts to attempts
E Hielscher, J DeVylder, M Connell, P Hasking, G Martin, JG Scott
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 141 (3), 241-253, 2020
Psychotic experiences and suicidal behavior: testing the influence of psycho-socioenvironmental factors
J DeVylder, K Waldman, E Hielscher, J Scott, H Oh
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 2020
Interoceptive abnormalities and suicidality: A systematic review
E Hielscher, R Zopf
Behavior therapy 52 (5), 1035-1054, 2021
Employment disadvantage and associated factors for informal carers of adults with mental illness: are they like other disability carers?
S Diminic, E Hielscher, MG Harris
BMC public health 19 (1), 1-13, 2019
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