Julie A. Hopwood, MS, RRT
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  • Charlotte, NC
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Julie A. Hopwood, MS, RRT joined Karin Buetler's group


A group dedicated to neuropsychology/cognitive neuroscience tackling the neural underpinnings of higher cognitive functions as well as its clinical application.Image: http://www.tcneuropsychology.com/Brain_Picture.jpg See More
Jan 4, 2010
Julie A. Hopwood, MS, RRT joined Christopher Jenney's group

Nutritional Neuroscience

A group dedicated to sharing information regarding the food/mood interaction and other nutrient/nervous system influences.
Jan 4, 2010
Julie A. Hopwood, MS, RRT joined William H. Nesse's group

Theoretical Neuroscience

Dedicated to exploring theoretical constructs in neuroscience, using a synergy of experimental, mathematical, and computational methods.
Jan 4, 2010
Julie A. Hopwood, MS, RRT commented on Eduardo A Garza Villarreal's group Music and the Brain
"I remember reading Herman Helholtz's On the Sensations of Tone many years ago. He had some incredibly interesting (19th century) ideas!"
Jan 4, 2010
Julie A. Hopwood, MS, RRT joined Eduardo A Garza Villarreal's group

Music and the Brain

Discussion about music processing and research tools.
Jan 4, 2010
Julie A. Hopwood, MS, RRT left a comment for Andrey Alasheev MD, PhD
"That sounds fascinating--Julie"
Aug 11, 2009
Julie A. Hopwood, MS, RRT updated their profile
Jul 28, 2009

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Main areas of research:
Respiratory and Critical Care
Health Psychology
-The nexus of psychology, neurology, endocrinology, immunology, and consciousness
-Trauma, stress & coping
-Improving patients' psychological health in the ICU and afterward
-Phenomenon of burnout amongst healthcare providers
Traumatic stress
Circadian rhythms
Pineal gland
Burnout in healthcare
Current title/position:
Faculty, Central Piedmont Community College
Health Sciences-Respiratory Therapy
Behavior and Social Sciences-Psychology
Personal or laboratory homepage:
Hopwood, J. A. (1997). Call for consistency in waveform analysis terminology. Respiratory Care, 42, 708.

Hopwood, J. A. (2007). Assured periods of utter darkness for the prevention of delirium in mechanically ventilated intensive care unit patients. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Psychology. Walden University.
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