Staff at the Oliver Zangwill Centre have been making a contribution to the field of neuropsychological rehabilitation for the past twenty years. Find out more about how we have been making a difference through our research and related publications.
Chapters, Journal articles and poster presentations
You can find out more about our publications by clicking on the year-by-year publication list menu to the left.
Books in press
We are delighted to announce that staff at the Oliver Zangwill Centre have recently authored
Some previously published books
Staff at the Oliver Zangwill Centre, in particular our founder, Prof Barbara Wilson, have published a number of books that have made major contributions to neuropsychological rehabilitation. You can click on each title or picture of a book to find out more.
- Wilson, B.A., Robertson, C., & Mole, J. (2015). Identity Unknown: How actute brain disease can affect knowledge of oneself and others. Hove: Psychology press.
- Wilson, B.A., Winegardner, J., & Ashworth, F. (2013). Life after brain injury: Survivors' stories. Hove: Psychology Press.
- Wilson, B.A. (2009). Memory rehabilitation: Integrating theory and practice. New York: Guilford Press.
- Wilson, B.A., Evans, J.J., Gracey, F., & Bateman, A. (2009). Neuropsychological rehabilitation: Theory, models, therapy and outcomes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Baddeley, A.D., M.D., & Wilson, B.A. (2004). The Essential handbook of memory disorders for clinicians. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
- Wilson, B.A., Herbert, C.M., & Stiel, A. (2003). Behavioural approaches in neuropsychological rehabilitation: Optimising rehabilitation procedures. Hove: Psychology Press.
- Wilson, B.A. (1999). Case Studies in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. New York: Oxford University Press.