Joe Mole

BSc (Hons), MRes

Trainee Clinical Psychologist

What I do

I am in my third year of the Oxford Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology. I am on a neuropsychology placement at the Russell Cairns Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital and am conducting research with the Translational Neuropsychology Group at the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford. 

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Professional Interests

I am interested in neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation. My research has focused on executive functioning, the perception of time and space and person-based semantic memory and I am on the associate board of editors for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 

AWARDS

British Psychological Society Prize

Tony Gale Memorial Prize 

Journal Articles

 

Inchausti, F., García-Poveda, N. V., Ballesteros-Prados, A., Fonseca-Pedrero, E., Ortuño Sierra, J., Sanchez-Reales, S., Prado-Abril, J., Aldaz-Armendáriz, J. A., & Mole, J. (2017). A pilot study on feasibility, acceptance and effectiveness of metacognitive-oriented social skills training in schizophrenia. BMC Psychiatry, 17, 217

Mole, J., Hewitt, O., Pearce, M., & Crossland, T. (2017). Evaluation of the effectiveness of a person-centred planning intervention in assessment and treatment units for people with intellectual disabilities. The Bulletin of the Faculty of People with Intellectual Disabilities, 15, 45-52.

Inchausti, F., Mole, J., Fonseca-Pedrero, E., & Ortuño-Sierra, J. (2015). Validity of personality measurement in adults with anxiety disorders: psychometric properties of the Spanish NEO-FFI-R using Rasch analyses. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 465

Bate, S., Bennetts, R., Mole, J. A., Ainge, J. A., Gregory, N. J., Bobak, A. K., & Bussunt, A. (2015). Rehabilitation of Face-Processing Skills in an Adolescent with Prosopagnosia: Evaluation of an Online Perceptual Training Programme Neuropsychological Rehabilitation25, 733-62.

Bate, S., Cook, S., Mole, J. A., & Cole, J. (2013). First report of generalized face processing difficulties in Mobius sequence. PloS One, 8, e62656.

Books

Wilson, B. A., Robertson, C., & Mole, J. A. (2014). Identity Unknown: How Acute Brain Disease Can Cause Loss of Knowledge About Oneself and Others. Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

Book Chapters

Wilson, B. A., Mole, J., & Manly, T. (2017). Rehabilitation of visual perceptual and visual spatial disorders in adults and children. In B. A. Wilson, J. Winegardner, C. van Heugten & T. Ownsworth. Neuropsychological rehabilitation: An international handbook. Hove, UK: Psychology Press

Conference Posters and abstracts

Inchausti, F., Bateman, A., Mole, J. A., & Barrankua, M. (2014). Rasch analysis of the Spanish version of the Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS) in a clinical sample. Paper presented at the UK Rasch User Day, University of York, England.

Mole, J. A., Barrainkua, M., & Wilson, B. A. (2014). Where did the time go?: A case study investigating the role of the thalamus in the processing of time. Paper presented at the Poster presented at the 11th Conference of the Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the World Federation of Neurological Rehabilitation, Limassol, Cyprus.

Mole, J. A., Shravat, A., Malley, D., & Winegardner, J. (2014). “Lost in time and space” following a right thalamic infarct: a challenge for compassion focussed therapy. Paper presented at the Poster presented at the 11th Conference of the Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the World Federation of Neurological Rehabilitation, Limassol, Cyprus.

Mole, J. A., Wiener, J., & Parris, B. (2012). Processing Conflict Resolution Rules: the Cost of Inhibiting an Overarching Task Rule. Wessex Psychologist Bulletin, 7(15).

Television apperances

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