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Dr Jessica Fish

Career    

2014-present. Clinical Psychologist, Oliver Zangwill Centre.
2013-2015. Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London.
2010-2013. Trainee Clinical Psychologist, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London & South London & Maudsley NHS Trust.
2007-2010. MRC Career Development Fellow, MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge.
2004-2007. Graduate Student, MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit, and Darwin College, University of Cambridge.

Qualifications and professional memberships    

BSc (Hons) Psychology, University of Exeter, 2004
PhD, Darwin College, University of Cambridge, 2008 
DClinPsy, King’s College London, 2013
HCPC-registered Clinical Psychologist (PYL30047)
Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society (180796) and a Full Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology and the Division of Neuropsychology
Full member of the British Neuropsychological Society

Research interests    

Cognitive assessment and rehabilitation, prospective memory, psychological therapy.

Publications and presentations    

Fish, J., Evans, J.J., Nimmo, M., Martin, E., Kersel, D., Bateman, A., Wilson, B.A., and Manly, T. (2007). Rehabilitation of executive dysfunction following brain injury: "Content-free” cueing improves everyday prospective memory performance. Neuropsychologia, 45(6), 1318-1330. 
Fish, J., Manly, T., Emslie, H., Evans, J.J. and Wilson, B.A. (2008). Compensatory strategies for acquired disorders of memory and planning: Differential effects of a paging system for patients with brain injury of traumatic versus cerebrovascular aetiology. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 79, 930-935. 
Fish, J.E., Manly, T., Kopelman, M.D., & Morris, R.G. (2015). Errorless learning of Prospective Memory tasks: An experimental investigation in people with memory disorders. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 15(2):159-188.
Fish, J., Manly, T., and Wilson, B.A. (2008). Long-term compensatory treatment of organizational deficits in a patient with bilateral frontal lobe damage. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 14(1),154-163.
Fish, J., Manly, T., and Wilson, B.A. (2009). Rehabilitation for problems with prospective memory. pp. 75-95 in M. Oddy and A. Worthington (Eds). The Rehabilitation of Executive Disorders: A Guide to Theory and Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 
Fish, J., Wilson, B.A., & Manly, T. (2010). The assessment and rehabilitation of prospective memory problems in people with neurological disorders: A review. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 20(2): 161-179. 
Hynes, S.M., Fish, J., Evans, J.J., & Manly, T. (2015). Developing a Computerised Multiple Elements Test for Organisational Difficulties. International Journal of Developmental Science, 9: 85–94
Hynes, S. M., Fish, J., & Manly, T. (2015). Using video ratings to assess multitasking performance in a naturalistic paradigm. NeuroRehabilitation.
Hynes, S. M., Fish, J., & Manly, T. (2014). Intensive working memory training: A single case experimental design in a patient following hypoxic brain damage. Brain Injury, (0), 1-10. 
Manly, T. Dove, A., Blows, S., George, M., Noonan, M., Teasdale, T., Dodds, C.M., Fish, J. and Warburton, E. (2009). The assessment of unilateral spatial neglect: Scoring Star Cancellation performance from video recordings – a method, its reliability and normative data. Neuropsychology, 23(4):519-28.
Manly, T., Evans, J.J., Fish, J., Gracey, F., & Bateman, A. (2014). Cognitive rehabilitation. pp 215-234 in H. Levin, D. Shum and R.C. Chan (Eds.). Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury: Current Research and Future Directions. New York: Oxford University Press.
Manly, T.*, Fish, J.E.*, Griffiths, S., Molenveld, M., Zhou, F.A., & Smith, G. (2014) Unconscious priming of task-switching generalizes to an untrained task. PLoS ONE, 9(2): e88416. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088416
Manly, T., Fish, J. and Mattingley, J. (2012). Visuospatial and attentional disorders. pp. 261-291 in L.H. Goldstein and J.E. McNeil (Eds). Clinical Neuropsychology: A Practical Guide to Assessment and Management for Clinicians (2nd edition). Chichester: Wiley.
Manly, T., Fish, J. and Robertson, I.H. (2010). The rehabilitation of attention. pp. 97-119 in J. Gurd, U. Kischka, and J.C. Marshall (Eds). The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology, Second Edition. Oxford: OUP.
Teasdale, T.W., Emslie, H., Quirk, K., Evans, J., Fish, J., Wilson, B.A. (2009). Alleviation of carer strain during the use of the NeuroPage device by people with acquired brain injury.  Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 80(7):781-3.
Wilson, B.A., Emslie, H., Evans, J., Quirk, K., Watson, P., and Fish, J. (2009). The NeuroPage system for children and adolescents with neurological deficits. Developmental Neurorehabilitation 12(6), 421-426.
Wilson, B.A. & Fish, J. (2014). Memory Disorders. pp. 473-487 in S. Kosslyn, & K. Ochsner (eds). Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Neuroscience, Volume 1: Core Topics. New York: Oxford University Press. 
Wilson, B.A., Hinchcliffe, A., Okines, T., Florschutz, G. and Fish, J. (2011). A Case Study of Locked-In Syndrome: Psychological and Personal Perspectives. Brain Injury, 25: 526-538.


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