Emeritus Professorial Research Fellow
My research focuses on cognitive neuropsychology; in particular, visual problems such as agnosia, optic aphasia, disorders of attention (such as neglect, extinction, and simultanagnosia), and cognitive disorders of action such as apraxia and action disorganisation syndrome. Problems such as these can be hugely disruptive to everyday life. I aim to try to understand the underlying mechanisms of these disorders so that rehabilitation can be directed more effectively. I was involved in the development of a test battery to screen for cognitive deficits following stroke (BCoS). Subsequently I was involved in the development of a quick screen for cognitive problems which can be used in the initial days following a stoke (OCS).
Recovery of Visuospatial Neglect Subtypes and Relationship to Functional Outcome Six Months After Stroke.
Moore MJ. et al, (2021), Neurorehabil Neural Repair
Handgrip Based Action Information Modulates Attentional Selection: An ERP Study.
Kumar S. et al, (2021), Front Hum Neurosci, 15
A Role for the Action Observation Network in Apraxia After Stroke.
Pizzamiglio G. et al, (2019), Front Hum Neurosci, 13
Preliminary validation study of the Russian Birmingham Cognitive Screen.
Kuzmina E. et al, (2018), J Clin Exp Neuropsychol, 40, 1 - 16
Riddoch MJ. and Humphreys GW., (2017), Visual Object Processing: A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach, 107 - 143