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I am happy to supervise research undergraduate and MSc projects relating to cognitive neuropsychology and lesion-symptom mapping. Please feel free to contact me via e-mail.
I am a stipendiary psychology lecturer with St. Anne's College. I teach prelims tutorials for Psychology and Biomedical Sciences, Psychology for Medicine, Part I option: Cognitive Neuroscience and Part 2 option: The Attentive Brain.
Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology
- Stroke Association Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation Lecturer
My principal research interests lie in the field of Cognitive Neuropsychology with links to health research and rehabilitation.
My recent work has focussed on developing and trialling the Oxford Cognitive Screen: a new applied screening tool to allow a broad assessment of cognitive domains after stroke. We are contrasting this with other short assessments in acute stroke patients and are currently developing a tablet based screening tool for use by health professionals on the acute stroke wards. In addition to improving diagnostics in acute patients, follow up assessments allow for the assessment of longer term outcomes.
The data is used in a multitude of ways from improving diagnostics for clinical use, addressing the predictive ability of short screening tests for long term outcomes and using the data for lesion-symptom analysis based on clinical admission scans.
Domain-specific versus generalized cognitive screening in acute stroke.
Demeyere N. et al, (2016), J Neurol, 263, 306 - 315
The Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS): validation of a stroke-specific short cognitive screening tool.
Demeyere N. et al, (2015), Psychol Assess, 27, 883 - 894
From Bench to Bedside in Neuropsychology: Professor Glyn W. Humphreys' Legacy
Demeyere N., (2017), CAMBRIDGE QUARTERLY OF HEALTHCARE ETHICS, 26, 705 - 709
The zero effect: voxel-based lesion symptom mapping of number transcoding errors following stroke.
Haupt M. et al, (2017), Sci Rep, 7
Deficit in feature-based attention following a left thalamic lesion.
Finsterwalder S. et al, (2017), Neuropsychologia, 102, 1 - 10
Frequent Sexual Activity Predicts Specific Cognitive Abilities in Older Adults.
Wright H. et al, (2017), J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci
Manipulating perceptual parameters in a continuous performance task.
Shalev N. et al, (2017), Behav Res Methods
Oxford Cognitive Screen
For more information and downloads of the Oxford Cognitive Screen, please go to www.ocs-test.org