Sam S. Webb
Sam S. Webb
Stroke Association funded DPhil candidate
- DPhil student psychometrically validating neuropsychological assessments.
Clinical tools development within open science framework
My research interests
I am currently a DPhil candidate (2020-2024) working on piloting, psychometrically validating, and norming neuropsychological assessments.
My broad interests are in open science, psychometric validation, and stroke.
I have honorary contracts with both Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust (OH) and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH), and work 2-3 days a week at the Oxfordshire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit under OH recruiting for our long term OCS-Recovery project.
My current projects involve linking functional ability to assessments of executive function in a stroke rehab setting, as well as running psychometric validation projects surrounding the OCS-Plus tool.
I am open to collaboration regarding new validation projects or regarding remote assessment of cognition in any sample group.
Validation of an automated scoring program for a digital complex figure copy task within healthy aging and stroke.
Webb SS. et al, (2021), Neuropsychology
The COVID-19 pandemic altered the modality, but not the frequency, of formal cognitive assessment.
Webb SS. et al, (2021), Disabil Rehabil, 1 - 9
Introducing the tablet-based Oxford Cognitive Screen-Plus (OCS-Plus) as an assessment tool for subtle cognitive impairments.
Demeyere N. et al, (2021), Sci Rep, 11
The Oxford digital multiple errands test (OxMET): Validation of a simplified computer tablet based multiple errands test.
Webb SS. et al, (2021), Neuropsychol Rehabil, 1 - 26