Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & 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. & Does childbirth experience affect infant behaviour? Exploring the perceptions of maternity care providers. Midwifery
  3. & Game Developers' Approaches to Communicating Climate Change. Frontiers in Communication 4
  4. & Optimizing measurement for neurobehavioural rehabilitation services: A multisite comparison study and response to UKROC. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-30.
  5. & Alexithymia is associated with aggressive tendencies following traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury 33(1), 69-77.
  6. & Getting to the heart of the matter: Does aberrant interoceptive processing contribute towards emotional eating?. PLOS ONE 12(10), e0186312
  7. & 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. & 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. & Measuring Neurobehavioural Disability Using the SASNOS: Application and New Development. Advances in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation 16(3), 24-25.
  10. & Anxiety Sensitivity and Alexithymia as Mediators of Postconcussion Syndrome Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 29(1), E9-E17.
  11. & The Impact of Alexithymia on Relationship Quality and Satisfaction Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 28(5), E21-E30.
  12. & Affective modulation of the startle reflex following traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical and Experimental neuropsychology 34(9), 948-961.
  13. & 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. & Role of alexithymia in suicide ideation after traumatic brain injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 16(06), 1108-1114.
  15. & Alexithymia and emotional empathy following traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(3), 259-267.
  16. & Impairment in the recognition of emotion across different media following traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(2), 113-122.
  17. & The impact of alexithymia on somatization after traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury 23(7-8), 649-654.
  18. & Inability to empathize following traumatic brain injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 14(02), 289-296.
  19. & Assessment of neurobehavioural disability: A review of existing measures and recommendations for a comprehensive assessment tool. Brain Injury 22(12), 905-918.
  20. & Neuropsychological correlates of organic alexithymia. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 13(03)
  21. & The influence of the glycaemic load of breakfast on the behaviour of children in school. Physiology & Behavior 92(4), 717-724.
  22. & 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. & Disorders of Emotional Recognition and Expression. In Neurobehavioural Disability and Social Handicap following Traumatic Brain Injury (2nd Edition).. (pp. 30-42). Psychology Press.

Other Research Outputs

  1. & Why do I feel so fat? The role of poor emotional and physical sensation processing in feeling fat. Appetite 130, 311-312.
  2. & The induction of emotionally confusing feelings and the impact on food intake. Appetite 123, 457
  3. & Exploring the relationships between alexithymia, impulsivity, emotional eating and BMI. Appetite 107, 689
  4. The Impact of Alexithymia on Relationship Quality and Satisfaction following Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury 26(4-5), 495-495.
  5. & 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. & 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.