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Barbara A Wilson, Fergus Gracey, Jonathan J Evans and Andrew Bateman (2009) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Theory, Models, Therapy and Outcome. Cambridge University Press. http://www.cambridge.org/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521841498
Wilson B.A (2009) Memory rehabilitation: integrating theory and practice New York; Guilford Press
Fergus Gracey, Jonathan J Evans and Donna Malley (2009), Capturing process and outcome in complex rehabilitation interventions: A “Yshaped” model Neuropsychological Rehabilitation http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09602010903027763
Andrew Bateman, Thomas W Teasdale and Klaus Willmes (2009) Assessing construct validity of the self-rating version of the European Brain Injury Questionnaire (EBIQ) using Rasch analysis. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09602010903021170
Wilson B.A Foreword for the special issue on outcome measurement (2009) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 19 785-789
Jacqui Cooper, Frances Reynolds & Andrew Bateman (2009). An evaluation of a fatigue management intervention for people with acquired brain injury: an exploratory study. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72(3) 174-149
Thomas W. Teasdale, Hazel Emslie, Kirsten Quirk, Jonathan Evans, Jessica Fish & Barbara Wilson (2009). Alleviation of carer strain during the use of the Neuropage device by people with acquired brain injury. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry;80:781-83. http://jnnp.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/80/7/781
Jonathan J. Evans, Eve Greenfield, Barbara A. Wilson and Andrew Bateman (2009). Walking and talking therapy: Improving cognitive-motor dual-tasking in neurological illness. Journal of International Neuropsychological Society 15 , 112 – 120 .
Dewar B-K, Patterson K, Wilson B.A & Graham K.S (2009) Re-acquisition of person knowledge in semantic memory disorders Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 19 383-421
Espinosa A, Montserrat A, Boada M, Vinyes G, Valero S, Martinez-Lage P, Pena-Casanova J, Becker J, Wilson B.A & Tarraga L (2009) Ecological assessment of executive functions in mild cognitive impairment and mild Alzheimer’s disease. JINS 15 1-7
Kapur, N, Hutchinson, P, Berry, E, Hawkins, K, Llewellyn, D and Wilson, B.A (2009) Executive dysfunction in a case of transoral-frontal self-inflicted gunshot injury ,Brain Injury,23 ,985-989
Wilson B.A, Emslie H.C, Evans J.J, Quirk K & Watson P (2009) The NeuroPage system for children and adolescents with neurological deficits Developmental Neuropsychology 12(6): 421–426
Wilson B.A The natural recovery and treatment of learning and memory disorders ((2009). Jennifer Gurd and Udo Kischka Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Bateman, A. (2009) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation after Stroke: 'making psychology available'. Rehabilitation and Beyond; Progressing along the stroke pathwayTuesday 13 October 09, Grand Connaught Rooms, London; http://www.improvement.nhs.uk/stroke/Presentations/RehabilitationandBeyondpresentations13Oct09/tabid/75/Default.aspxAndrew
Bateman, Alfonso Caracuel, Thomas W Teasdale (2009). Cross Cultural Differential Item Functioning in Assessment of Symptoms of Brain Injury. Brain Impairment 10,2,235-236 (Proceedings of the 6th Symposium on Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, August 3-4, Tallinn, Estonia)
Andrew Bateman (2009) Can a questionnaire be used to measure symptoms after brain injury? Clinical and research implications of a modern statistical procedure.Cambridge Neuroscience and Mental Health Main Symposium: 29 - 30th September, West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
Bateman, A. 2009. Success in obtaining an RfPB award. The NIHR Research Design Service for the East of England Official Launch on the 27th February, Clare College, Cambridge.
Bateman, A and Gardner, A. (2009) "The Two Andrews" Responding to commissioners: a collaboration between the acute sector, community services, and the voluntary sector that has led to a successful grant application to radically improve services for people with acquired brain injury. East of England Strategic Health Authority Conference: Levers for Change ‘Improving outcomes for people with a long term neurological condition’; Thursday 4th June 2009, Hilton Hotel,Stansted, Essex.