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Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2023
The dilemmas surrounding the decision to reject or accept a postgraduate research student with known cognitive difficulties and a history of an arteriovenous malformation several years prior. In J. Fish, S. Betteridge, S., & B. Wilson. Rare Conditions, Diagnostic Challenges, and Controversies in Clinical Neuropsychology: Out of the Ordinary. Routledge
A service evaluation measuring the effectiveness of ABC training on staff confidence in reporting ABCs and their understanding of the framework rationale. Clinical Psychology Forum
Mistakes in Clinical Neuropsychology: Learning from a Case-based Approach. Routledge.
“Talk and Chalk”: An emotion regulation intervention for anger after acquired brain injury. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult
From clinical case reports to empirical and theoretical approaches in neuropsychoanalysis. Neuropsychoanalysis
What’s up? Social isolation, loneliness, and social media use among persons with acquired brain injury. International Journal of Psychology & Neuroscience, 8(3)
Understanding loneliness in brain injury: Linking the reaffiliation motive model of loneliness with a model of executive impairment. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 16
Stroke survivors experience elevated levels of loneliness: a multi-year analysis of the National Survey for Wales. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 37, 390-407
A Neurobehavioral Therapy (NBT) approach to the rehabilitation and support of persons with brain injury: practice-based evidence from a UK charitable rehabilitation provider. Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences Interventions for Rehabilitation, 3
What is the point of case reports in the age of evidence-based healthcare? Clinical writing in neuropsychoanalysis. In D. F. Mosri, J. Abrams, F. Barry, I. Biran, R. Coetzer, P. Moore, J. F. Muñoz Zúñiga, & M. Zellner. Clinical writing in neuropsychoanalysis, Neuropsychoanalysis
Some numbers worth knowing. Praxis Psy, 23
The importance of considering functional outcome and self-awareness in the assessment of care needs: Initial Evaluation of the Brain Injury Needs Indicator. The British Journal of Social Work. 52(2)
Self-awareness of deficits following brain injury: implications for mental capacity and recovery. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 93
Shades of rage: applying the process model of emotion regulation to managing anger after brain injury. Frontiers in Psychology, 13
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2021
Characteristics and neuropsychological impact of traumatic brain injury in female prisoners. Brain Injury, 35 (1)
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2020
The influence of self-compassion on perceived responsibility and shame following acquired brain injury. Brain Injury, 34(7), 945-957
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2019
Optimizing measurement for neurobehavioural rehabilitation services: A multisite comparison study and response to UKROC, Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 30(7)
Can cluster analysis help us better plan, communicate, and deliver brain injury rehabilitation? Brain Injury, 33, 203-204
Utility of the Brain Injury Screening Index in identifying female prisoners with a traumatic brain injury and associated cognitive impairment. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 25 (4)
Cognitive impairment and EAT. In D. Cowan & L. Najafi. Handbook of Electronic Assistive Technology. Academic Press.
What does a standardised test of accelerated long-term forgetting tell us about how memory works? Brain Injury, 33, 202-203
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2018
A test of cognitive processing speed for those with a motor impairment. The Neuropsychologist, 6
The development of the Brain Injury Screening Index (BISI): A self-report measure. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 30, 948-960
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2017
Implementing a brain injury service strategy through the introduction of a specialist support service in prison. Prison Service Journal, 230, 21-24
Brain injury and social exclusion. In A. Bonner (Ed.). Social Determinants of Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Social Inequality and Wellbeing. Bristol University Press
Efficacy of a micro-prompting technology in reducing support needed by people with severe acquired brain injury in activities of daily living: a randomized control trial. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E33-E41
Brain injury and offending: The development and field testing of a linkworker intervention. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62(7), 1854-1868).
The cost-effectiveness of neuropsychological rehabilitation. In B. A. Wilson, J. Winegardner, J., C. M. Van Heugten, & T. Ownsworth (2017). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: The International Handbook. (1st Ed.) Taylor and Francis
Preliminary investigation of the reliability and validity of the BIRT Independent Living Scale. Disability and Rehabilitation, 40 (23)
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2016
Service provision for neurobehavioural rehabilitation: effectiveness and cost-effectiveness. In T. M. McMillan & R. Ll. Wood. Neurobehavioural Disability and Social Handicap Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Psychology Press
The development of a measure of social cognition following acquired brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 28 (4)
Associations between outcome of brain injury, self-awareness and risk: The development of the Brain Injury Needs Indicator (BINI). Brain Injury, 30, 598
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2015
Prevalence and associations between traumatic brain injury and mental health difficulties within UK veterans accessing support for mental health difficulties. Psychology Research, 11, 613-23
Traumatic brain injury and violent behavior in females: A systematic review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 25, 54-64
The association between neuropsychological performance and self-reported traumatic brain injury in a sample of adult male prisoners in the UK. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 25(5), 763-779
The Italian version of the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) personality questionnaires: five new measures of personality change after acquired brain injury. Neurological Sciences, 36 (10), 1793–1798
Evaluation of sleep disorders in patients with severe traumatic brain injury during rehabilitation. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 96(9), 1691–1697
The authors respond. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 96(9), 1742–1743
Modelling verbal aggression, physical aggression and inappropriate sexual behaviour after acquired brain injury. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 282(1811)
Establishing Design Requirements for a Virtual Therapy Aid for Executive Dysfunction. In The 2015 International Conference on Brain Informatics and Health. London
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2014
Exploring the use of positive psychology interventions in brain injury survivors with challenging behaviour. Brain Injury, 28(7), 965–971
Assistive technology for cognition. In M. M. Cruz-Cunha, I. M. Miranda, P. Gonçalves (Eds.) Handbook of Research on ICTs for Human-Centered Healthcare and Social Care Services (pp. 112–129). IGI Global
Assistive technology for cognition. In G. R. Naik, & Y. Guo (Eds.), Emerging Theory and Practice in Neuroprosthetics (pp. 215–236). IGI Global
Implausible future events in a confabulating patient with an anterior communicating artery aneurysm. Neurocase, 20(2), 208–224
Single case methodology in neurobehavioural rehabilitation: preliminary findings on biofeedback in the treatment of challenging behaviour. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 24 (3–4), 365–381
Challenging behaviour and sleep cycle disorder following brain injury: a preliminary response to agomelatine treatment. Brain Injury, 28 (3), 378–381
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2013
Environmental context effects on episodic memory are dependent on retrieval mode and modulated by neuropsychological status. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 66 (10), 2008–2022
Mental Capacity. In J. E. Goldstein, L. H., & McNeil (Ed.), Clinical Neuropsychology: A Practical Guide to Assessment and Management for Clinicians (Second Edition, pp. 483–503). Wiley-Blackwell
Clinical correlates of verbal aggression, physical aggression and inappropriate sexual behaviour after brain injury. Brain Injury, 27(10), 1162–72
The clinical and cost-benefits of investing in neurobehavioural rehabilitation: A multi-centre study. Brain Injury, 27(13–14), 1500–1507
Cost effective ways of facilitating home based rehabilitation and support. NeuroRehabilitation, 32(4), 781–790
Using smart home technology in brain injury rehabilitation: The road towards service development. In G. J. Encarnação, P., Azevedo, L., & Gelderblom (Ed.), Assistive Technology: From Research to Practice (pp. 65–70). IOS Press
Automated prompting technologies in rehabilitation and at home. Social Care and Neurodisability, 4(1), 17–28
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2012
Cognitive function and assistive technology for cognition: A systematic review. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS, 18(1), 1–19
Book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications in 2011
Post-injury personality in the prediction of outcome following severe acquired brain injury. Brain Injury, 25(11), 1035–1046
The development of a measure of emotional regulation following acquired brain injury. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 33(6), 672–679
Google calendar: a new memory aid to compensate for prospective memory deficits following acquired brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 21(6), 784–807
People with brain injuries and other neurological conditions have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network neurological centres, assessment and rehab services, and community support services across the UK.