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2005 Publications

Wilson, B.A., Berry, E., Gracey, F., Harrison, C., Stow, I., Macniven, J., Weatherley, J. & Young A.W. (2005) Egocentric Disorientation Following Bilateral Parietal Lobe Damage. Cortex, 41, 547-554

Gracey, F., Brentnall, S., & Megoran, R. (2005). "No room for error?": Identity, cognitive therapy and rehabilitation of executive impairment following TBI: An illustrative single case. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 11(S2), 77-78.

Perhaps the highlight of 2005 was a series of papers presented at the INS Satellite meeting: Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Conference, Galway, 2005 hosted by:The National University of Ireland, Galway, the Psychological Society of Ireland and the British Psychological Society, Division of Neuropsychology.

The full programme and abstracts are published in Brain Impairment, Vol6, No 2.

Papers from OZC team included:

“The Practice of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation”,
Prof. Barbara A. Wilson & Miss Sara Sopena

Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK & Oliver Zangwill Centre, Ely UK.

Neuropsychological Profile and Adaptive Functioning in Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders

Sara Sopena, Prof. Barbara Wilson & Ayla Humphrey

Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK & Oliver Zangwill Centre, Ely UK.

Revisiting awareness interventions following acquired brain injury?

'Insights' from the family context.

Dr Giles Yeates, Dr Karen Henwood , Dr Fergus Gracey, Professor Jonathan Evans

Oliver Zangwill Centre, Ely

Outcomes of intensive neuropsychological rehabilitation: The relationship between dysexecutive questionnaire (DEX). European Brain Injury Questionnaire (EBIQ) scores and "SMART" goal attainment.

Andrew Bateman, and the Oliver Zangwill Centre (OZC) Clinical Team: (Susan Brentnall, Jon Evans, Donna Gartland, Fergus Gracey, Clare Keohane, Rachel Megoran, Kate Psaila, Barbara Wilson and Giles Yeates).

Oliver Zangwill Centre, Ely, UK

Can poorer outcome after severe brain injury be predicted by poorer responsiveness in the acute recovery period?

Agnes Shiel*, Barbara A Wilson^

*NUI Galway, Ireland, & ^MRC Cognition and Brain Scinces Unit, Cambridge UK

Older papers

MacNiven, J, Poz, R, Bainbridge, K, Gracey, F, and Wilson, B (2003) "Emotional adjustment following cognitive recovery from 'persistent vegetative state': psychological and personal perspectives", Brain Injury, 17(6), 525-533.

Wilson, B, Gracey, F and Bainbridge, K (2001) "Cognitive recovery from 'persistent vegetative state'", Brain Injury, 15(12), 1083-1092.



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