Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Lee, M., Williams, C., Price, M., Pink, A. A serial mediation model of the relationship between alexithymia and BMI: The role of negative affect, negative urgency and emotional eating Appetite 133 270 278
  2. Brown, A., Williams, C. Does childbirth experience affect infant behaviour? Exploring the perceptions of maternity care providers Midwifery
  3. Williams, C. Optimizing measurement for neurobehavioural rehabilitation services: A multisite comparison study and response to UKROC Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 1 30
  4. Williams, C., Walton, S. Game Developers' Approaches to Communicating Climate Change Frontiers in Communication 4
  5. Williams, C. Alexithymia is associated with aggressive tendencies following traumatic brain injury Brain Injury 33 1 69 77
  6. Benton, D., Williams, C., Freegard, G., Young, H. Getting to the heart of the matter: Does aberrant interoceptive processing contribute towards emotional eating? PLOS ONE 12 10 e0186312
  7. Williams, C. Measuring Change in Symptoms of Neurobehavioural Disability: Responsiveness of the St Andrew's-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 32 8 951 962
  8. Williams, C. When normal scores don’t equate to independence: Recalibrating ratings of neurobehavioural disability from the ‘St Andrew’s – Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale’ to reflect context-dependent support Brain Injury 32 2 218 229
  9. Williams, C. Measuring Neurobehavioural Disability Using the SASNOS: Application and New Development Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation 16 3 24 25
  10. Williams, C., Wood, R. Anxiety Sensitivity and Alexithymia as Mediators of Postconcussion Syndrome Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 29 1 E9 E17
  11. Williams, C., Wood, R. The Impact of Alexithymia on Relationship Quality and Satisfaction Following Traumatic Brain Injury Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation
  12. Williams, C., Wood, R. Affective Modulation of the Startle Reflex Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY 34 9 948 961
  13. Alderman, N., Wood, R., Williams, C. The development of the St Andrew's-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale: Validity and reliability of a new measure of neurobehavioural disability and social handicap Brain Injury 25 1 83 100
  14. WILLIAMS, C., LEWIS, R., WOOD, R. Role of alexithymia in suicide ideation after traumatic brain injury Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 16 06 1108 1114
  15. Williams, C., Wood, R. Alexithymia and emotional empathy following traumatic brain injury Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32 3 259 267
  16. Williams, C., Wood, R. Impairment in the recognition of emotion across different media following traumatic brain injury Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32 2 113 122
  17. Wood, R., Williams, C., Kalyani, T. The impact of alexithymia on somatization after traumatic brain injury Brain Injury 23 7-8 649 654
  18. WOOD, R., WILLIAMS, C. Inability to empathize following traumatic brain injury Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 14 02 289 296
  19. Alderman, N., Williams, C., Wood, R. Assessment of neurobehavioural disability: A review of existing measures and recommendations for a comprehensive assessment tool Brain Injury 22 12 905 918
  20. Williams, C., Maconie, A., Benton, D. The influence of the glycaemic load of breakfast on the behaviour of children in school Physiology & Behavior 92 4 717
  21. WOOD, R., WILLIAMS, C. Neuropsychological correlates of organic alexithymia Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 13 03
  22. Benton, D., Brown, A., Williams, C. Impact of consuming a milk drink containing a probiotic on mood and cognition European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 61 3 355 361

Book Chapters

  1. Williams, C. Disorders of Emotional Recognition and Expression (Ed.), Neurobehavioural Disability and Social Handicap following Traumatic Brain Injury (2nd Edition). 30 42 Psychology Press

Conference Contributions

  1. Williams, C. Why do I feel so fat? The role of poor emotional and physical sensation processing in feeling fat Appetite 130 311 312
  2. Williams, C. The induction of emotionally confusing feelings and the impact on food intake Appetite 123 457
  3. Williams, C. Exploring the relationships between alexithymia, impulsivity, emotional eating and BMI Appetite 107 689
  4. Williams, C. The Impact of Alexithymia on Relationship Quality and Satisfaction following Traumatic Brain Injury Brain Injury 26 4-5 495 495
  5. Williams, C. The development of the St Andrew’s-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale: validity and reliability of a new measure of neurobehavioural disability and social handicap Brain Injury 26 4-5 321 321
  6. Williams, C. A2 The potential and pitfalls of anonymised data linkage for follow-up of patient outcomes in prehospital emergency care research Emergency Medicine Journal 28 11 e2 e2