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Wilson, B., Allen, P., Rose, A., & Kubickova, V. (2019). Locked-in syndrome after brain damage: Living within my head (after brain injury stories). Abingdon: Routledge.

Journal Papers

Hewitt, O., Atkinson-Jones, K., Gregory, H., & Hollyman, J. (2019). What happens next? A 2-year follow-up study into the outcomes and experiences of an adapted Dialectical Behaviour Therapy skills training group for people with intellectual disabilities. British Journal of Learning Disabilities.

Vohora, R. & Dean, D. (2019). Reflections on a careers workshop for aspiring clinical psychologists from a black and minority ethnic background. Clinical Psychology, 316, 22-25.

Cernis, E., Chan, C., & Cooper, M.J. (2019`). What is the relationship between dissociation and self-harming behaviour in adolescents? Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 1-11.

Atkinson-Jones, K. & Hewitt, O. (2019). Do group interventions help people with autism spectrum disorder to develop better relationships with others? A critical review of the literature. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 47, 77-90.

Jewell, T., Gardner, T., Susi, K., Watchorn, K., Cooper, E., Simic, M., Fonagy, P. & Eisler, I. (2019). Attachment measures in middle childhood and adolescence: A systematic review of measurement properties. Clinical Psychology Review, 68, 71-82.

Cowles, M. & Hogg, L.I. (2019). An experimental investigation into the effect of state-anxiety on state-paranoia in people experiencing psychosis. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 47, 52-66.

Turner, H., Bryant-Waugh, R., Marshall, E., & Wood, F. (2019). Patient expectations, eating disorder severity and personality features: Impact on eating pathology in psychological therapy for eating disorders. Eating Behaviors, 32, 85-89. 



Journal Papers

Wild, J., El-Salahi, S., Tyson, G., Lorenz, H., Pariante, C.M., Danese, A., Tsiachristas, A., Watkins, E., Middleton, B., Blazer, A., & Ehlers, A. (2018). Preventing PTSD, depression and associated health problems in student paramedics: protocol for PREVENT-PTSD, a randomised controlled trial of supported online cognitive training for resilience versus alternative online training and standard practice. British Medical Journal Open, 8, e022292.

Hotton, M., Derakshan, N., & Fox, E. (2018). A randomised control trial investigating the benefits of adaptive working memory training for working memory capacity and attentional control in high worriers. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 100, 67-77.

Gavriloff, D., Sheaves, B., Juss, A., Espie, C., Miller, C.B., & Kyle, S. (2018). Sham sleep feedback delivered via actigraphy biases daytime symptom reports in people with insomnia: Implications for insomnia disorder and wearable devices. Journal of Sleep Research, e12726.

Cernis, E., Cooper, M.J., & Chan, C. (2018). Developing a new measure of dissociation: The Dissociative Experiences Measure, Oxford (DEMO). Psychiatry Research, 269, 229-236.

Insua-Summerhays, B., Hart, A., Plummer, E., Priebe, S., & Barnicot, K. (2018). Staff and patient perspectives on therapeutic engagement during one-to-one observation. Journal of Psychiatry and Mental Health Nursing, 25, 546-557.

Vogt, C.A., Williams, T., Susi, K., & Harrison, S. (2018). Differences in measurements of hyperactivity between objective testing using infrared motion analysis (QbTest) and behavioural rating scales when comparing problems in altering functions and response inhibition during the clinical assessment of ADHD. A case study. Psychological Disorders and Research, 1, 3-6.

Cook, N., Ayers, S., & Horsch, A. (2018). Maternal post traumatic stress disorder during the perinatal period and child outcomes: A systematic review. Journal of Affective Disorders, 225, 18-31.

Hewitt, O., Gurney-Smith, B., & Golding, G. (2018). A qualitative exploration of the experiences of adoptive parents attending "Nurturing Attachments" a dyadic developmental psychotherapy informed group. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 23, 471-482.

Tomlinson, S. & Hewitt, O. (2018). Adults with mild intellectual disabilities' experiences of mental health problems: a qualitative study using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 11, 16-29.

Cowdrey, F.A., Hogg, L.I., & Chapman, K. (2018). Is there a choice to make? A pilot study investigating attitudes towards treatment in an Early Intervention for Psychosis Service. Mental Health Review Journal, 23, 110-120.

Cowles, M. & Hogg, L.I. (2018). An experimental investigation into the effect of state-anxiety on state-paranoia in people experiencing psychosis. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 47, 1-15..

Kaushal, P., Hewitt, O., Rafi, A., Piratla, M., Maddock, S., Moye, B., Fountoulaki, G., & Chaplin, R. (2018). Training and service provision for people with intellectual disability and mental illness: the views of psychiatrists. International Journal of Developmental Disabilities.

Metrebian, N., Weaver, T., Pilling, S., Hellier, J., Byford, S., Shearer, J., Mitcheson, L., Astbury, M., Bijral, P., Bogdan, N., Bowden-Jones, O., Day, E., Dunn, J., Finch, E,, Forshall, S., Glasper, A., Morse, G., Akhtar, S., Bajaria, J., Bennett, C., Bishop, E., Charles, V., Davey, C., Desai, R., Goodfellow, C., Haque, F., Little, N., McKechnie, H., Morris, J., Mosler, F., Mutz, J., Pauli, R., Poovendran, D., Slater, E., & Strang, J. Positive reinforcement targeting abstinence in substance misuse (PRAISe): study protocol for a cluster RCT and process evaluation of contingency management. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 71, 124-132.

Critoph, A., Ironside, E., Jeffery, C., & Stokes, D. (2018). Promoting positive relationships and sexual health for adults with learning disabilities within a community setting. Psychology & Society, 10, 15-26.

Hall, R. & Jones, K. (2018). The lived experience of Cauda Equine Syndrome: A qualitative analysis. Spinal Cord, 56, 41-45.



Journal Papers

Cooper, Z., Bailey-Straebler, S., Morgan, K.E., O'Connor, M.E., Caddy, C., Hamadi, L., & Fairburn, C.G. (2017). Using the internet to train therapists: randomised comparison of two scalable methods. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19, e355.



Journal Papers

Hotton, M. & Coles, S. (2016). The effectiveness of social skills training groups for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 3, 68-81.

Geddes, G., Ehlers, A., & Freeman, D. (2016). Hallucination in the months after trauma: An investigation of the role of cognitive processing of a physical assault in the occurrence of hallucinatory experiences. Psychiatry Research, 246, 601-605.

Cooper, K., Gillmore, C. & Hogg, L.I. (2016). Experience based co-design in an adult psychological therapies service. Journal of Mental Health, 25, 35-40.

Walters, S., Hogg, L.I., & Gillmore, C. (2016). Evaluation of a tailored training programme to improve the assessment and treatment of trauma in an Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) service. Psychosis, 8,226-237.

Lam, D.C.K., Salkovskis, P.M., & Hogg, L.I. (2016). "Judging a book by its cover": an experimental study of the negative impact of a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder on clinician's judgements of uncomplicated panic disorder. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 55, 25-268.

Lam, D.C.K., Poplavskaya, E.V., Salkovskis, P.M., Hogg, L.I., & Panting, H. (2016). An experimental investigation of the impact of personality disorder on clinicians: can we see past the borderline? Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 44, 361-373.

Shore, T., Cohen Kadosh, K., Lommen, M., Cooper, M.J., & Lau, J Y. F. (2016). Investigating the effectiveness of brief cognitive reappraisal training to reduce fear in adolescents. Cognition and Emotion. Published on line.

Greer, S. & Cooper, M.J. (2016). Do dieters have an "eating disorder" schema? Journal of Eating Disorders, 4, 15.

Cliffe, T., Beinart, H., & Cooper, M.J. (2016). Development and validation of a short-version of the Supervisory Relationship Questionnaire (S-SRQ). Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 23, 77-86.

Cooper, M.J. & Young, E. (2016). Parental bonding and body mass index in a female community sample: the mediating role of eating disorder thoughts and core beliefs. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 44, 123-127.

Book chapters

Cooper, M.J. (in press). Eating Disorder Belief Questionnaire. In T Wade (Ed). Encyclopaedia of Feeding and Eating Disorders. Singapore: Springer Nature.




King, N.S. (2015). Overcoming mild traumatic brain injury and post-concussion symptoms: A self-help guide using evidence-based techniques. Constable and Robinson. London.

Journal Papers

King, N.S. (2015). Providing psychotherapy to people with neuropsychological impairment; complexities and issues raised by the case 'Judith'. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 11,1, 21-25.

Cooper, M.J. & Kelland, H. (2015). Medication and psychotherapy in eating disorders: is there a gap between research and practice. Journal of Eating Disorders, 3, 45.

Reinecke, A., Filippini, N. Berna, C. Western., D.G., Hanson, B., Cooper, M.J., Taggart, P., & Harmer, C.J. (2015). Effective emotion regulation strategies improve fMRI and ECG markers of psychopathology in panic disorder: implications for psychological treatment action. Translational Psyhiatry, 5, e673.

Chana, N., Kennedy, P. & Chessell, Z. (2015). Nursing staffs' emotional well-being and caring behaviours. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24, 2835-2848.

Kennedy, P., Kilvert, A., & Hasson, L. (2015). Ethnicity and rehabilitation outcomes: the Needs Assessment Checklist. Spinal Cord, 53, 334-339.

Platt, B., Campbell, C.A., James, A.C., Murphy, S.A., Cooper, M. J. & Lau, J.Y.F. (2015). Cognitive reappraisal of peer rejection in depressed versus non-depressed adolescent: functional connectivity differences. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 61, 73-80.

Stratford, H.J., Cooper, M.J., Di Simplicio, M., Blackwell, S.E., & Holmes, S.E. (2015). Psychological therapy for anxiety in bipolar spectrum disorders: A systematic review. Clinical Psychology Review, 35, 19-34.

Waite, F., Knight, M. T. D., & Lee, D. (2015). Self-compassion and self-criticism in recovery in psychosis: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis study. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 71, 12, 1201-1217.



Books and book chapters

Beinart, H. (2014).  Building and sustaining the supervisory relationship.  In E. Watkins & D. Milne (Eds.), The Wiley international handbook of clinical supervision. Oxford: John Wiley.

Llewelyn, S. & Murphy, D. (Eds).  What is clinical psychology? (5th ed.), Oxford: OUP.

Journal Papers

Yiend, J., Parnes, C., K. Shepherd, M-K Roche, &  M.J.Cooper. (2014). Negative self-beliefs in eating disorders: a cognitive bias modification study. Clinical Psychological Science,2, 756-766.

King N.S. (2014). The role of age and gender in permanent post-concussion symptoms after mild head injury: a systematic review of the literature. Neurorehabilitation, 34, 741-748. 

King, N.S., Pimm, J., & Tyerman, A. (2014)  Enhancing the integration of psychological services for stroke patients through the development of a protocol for Neuropsychology and IAPT Services. Clinical Psychology Forum, 255, 19-25.

King N.S. (2014). A systematic review of age and gender factors in prolonged post-concussion symptoms after mild head injury. Brain Injury, 28, 1639 -1645.

Evans, K. & Rouf, K. (2014) The experience of living with severe food allergy. The Psychologist ,27, 334-337.

Shuttlewood, E., Dalton, L., & Cooper, M.J. (2014).  Developing a measure of appraisal: A psychometric analysis of the parental appraisal of cleft questionnaire (PACQ). The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, 51, 201-221.

Lude, P., Kennedy, P., Elfström, M.L., & Baller, C.S. (2014). Quality of life in and after spinal cord injury rehabilitation: a longitudinal multicenter study. Topics in SCI Rehabilitation, 20, 197-207.

Dorstyn, D., Roberts, R., Kneebone, I., Kennedy, P. & Lieu, C. (2014). Systematic review of leisure therapy and effectiveness in managing functional outcomes in stroke rehabilitation. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 21, 40-51.


Books and book chapters

King, N.S. & Dean, D. (2013). Neuropsychological rehabilitation in acquired brain injury. In H. Beinart, P. Kennedy and S. Llewelyn. (Eds.), Clinical psychology in practice. Oxford: Blackwell.

Llewelyn, S. (2013). Clinical psychology: New directions. In R. Bayne (Ed.), Applied psychology: Current issues and new directions. London: Sage.

Journal Papers

Cooper, M. J. (2013). How to do research in a career as a clinical psychologist:  A personal perspective on motivation, personal, strategic and opportunistic factors. Clinical Psychology, 37-40.

Cooper, M. J., & Proudfoot, J. (2013).  Positive core beliefs and their relationship to eating disorder symptoms in women. European Eating Disorders Review, 21, 155-159.

King, N.S., & Kirwilliam, S. (2013.) The nature of post-concussion symptoms after mild head injury.  Brain Impairment, 14, 235-242.

Kennedy, P., & Chessell, Z. J. (2013).  Traumatic versus non-traumatic spinal cord injuries: are there differential rehabilitation outcomes?  Spinal Cord, 51, 579-583.

Kennedy, P., Cox, A., & Mariani, A. (2013).  Spinal cord injuries as a consequence of falls: are there differential rehabilitation outcomes?  Spinal Cord, 51, 209-213.

Kennedy, P., Lude, P., Elfström, M. L., & Cox, A. (2013).  Perceptions of gain following spinal cord injury: a qualitative analysis. Topics in SCI Rehabilitation, 19, 202-210.

Tillotson, Z., Cooper, M.J., & Turner, H. (2013). Pregnancy and the self: A qualitative exploration of the impact of pregnancy on self-identity and the relational self in women with a history of anorexia nervosa. Advances in Eating Disorders, 1, 195-206.

Pearce, N., Beinart, H., Clohessy, S., & Cooper, M. J. (2013).  Development and validation of the supervisory relationship measure: a self-report questionnaire for use with supervisors.  British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 249-268

Vincent, F., Jenkins, H., Larkin, M. & Clohessy, S. (2013). Asylum-seekers' experiences of trauma-focused cognitive behaviour therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder: a qualitative study. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 41, 579-593.

Reinecke, A., Waldenmaier, L., Cooper, M.J., & Harmer, C.J. (2013). Changes in automatic threat processing precede and predict clinical changes with exposure-based cognitive-behaviour therapy for panic disorder. Biological Psychiatry, 73, 1064-1070.

Young, E. & Cooper, M.J. (2013). Applying a cognitive model to binge eating in a community sample. Eating Behaviors, 14, 295-298.

Kumari, V., Gudjonsson, G. H., Raghuvanshi, S., Barkataki, I., Taylor, P., Sumich, A., Das, K., Kuipers, E., Ffytche, D. H., & Das, M. (2013).  Reduced thalamic volume in men with antisocial personality disorder or schizophrenia and a history of serious violence and childhood abuse. European Psychiatry, 28, 225-234.


Books and book chapters

Cooper, M. J. (2012).  Cognitive behavioural models in eating disorders.  In J. Fox & K. Goss (Eds.), Eating and its disorders. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

Kennedy, P. (2012). (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of rehabilitation ppsychology. New York: Oxford University Press.

Smithson, E. F., & Kennedy, P. (2012).   Organisation and planning in person-centred hospital-based rehabilitation services.  In P.Kennedy (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of rehabilitation psychology.  New York: Oxford University Press.  

 Tyerman, A. D., & King, N. S.  (2012). Interventions for psychological problems after brain injury.  In Goldstein, L.M., & McNeil, J. (Eds),  Clinical neuropsychology: A practical guide to assessment and management for clinicians. (2nd Ed.).  Chichester: Wiley.

Kennedy, P., & Smithson, E. (2012). Psychosocial aspects of spinal cord injury.  In M. G. Fehlings, M. Boakye, J. Ditunno, A. Vaccaro, S. Rossignol & A. Burns. Essentials of spinal cord injury. New York: Theime Medical Publishers Inc.

Beinart, H. (2012).  Models of supervision and the supervisory relationship.  In I. Fleming & L. Steen (Eds.),  Supervision and clinical psychology: theory, practice and perspectives.  (2nd ed.). London:  Brunner-Routledge.

Barkham, M., Llewelyn, S., Turpin, G. & Hardy, G. (2012).(Eds.)  New York: Sage.Clinical Psychology I and II:  Assessment (4 volumes) and Treatment (4 volumes)

            Vol. 1:   Foundations of assessment

            Vol. 2:   Assessment: clinical and methodological perspectives

            Vol. 3:   Assessment of the person

            Vol. 4:  Assessment of condition-specific presentations

            Vol. 5:   Models of psychological interventions

            Vol. 6:   Psychological interventions for mood disorders with adults

            Vol. 7:   Psychological interventions for complex mental health problems and for          older adults and learning disabilities

            Vol. 8:   Applications with children and adolescents, and psychological approaches to health and physically related-problems

Journal Papers

Berry, A, & Cooper, M.(2012).   Anxious children’s ability to generate alternative attributions for ambiguous situations. Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapy, 40, 89-103.

Manser, R., Cooper, M., & Trefusis, J. (2012).  Beliefs about emotions as a metacognitive construct: initial development of a self-report questionnaire measure and preliminary investigation in relation to emotion regulation. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 19, 235-246.

Mason, Z., Turner, H., & Cooper, M. J. (2012). The experience of pregnancy in women with a history of anorexia nervosa: an interpretive phenomenological analysis. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 1, 59-67.

Pringle, A., Browning, M., Cooper, M. J., & Harmer, C. J. (2012).   Acute low dose tryptophan depletion in volunteers at high risk of eating disorders. Eating Behaviours, 13, 154-157.

Horsch, A., McManus, F. & Kennedy, P. (2012). Cognitive and non-cognitive factors associated with posttraumatic stress symptoms in mothers of children with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 40, 400-411.

Diamond, H., Llewelyn, S., Relf, M., & Bruce, C. (2012).  Helpful aspects of bereavement support for adults following an expected death: volunteers’ and bereaved people’s perspectives. Death Studies, 36, 541-564.

Gibbins, J., Steinhardt, K., & Beinart, H. (2012).  A systematic review of qualitative studies exploring the experience of parents whose child is diagnosed with childhood cancer.  Journal of Paediatric Oncology Nursing, 29, 253-271.

Rouf, K., White, L., and Evans, K. (2012).  A qualitative Investigation into the maternal experience of having a young child with a severe food allergy.  Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 17,  49-64.

Akhtar, M., Kennedy, P., Webster, G., & Graham, A. (2012).  What about us? Children’s experiences of living with a sibling with spinal cord injury. Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, 5, 301-313.

Bonanno, G. A., Kennedy, P., Galatzer-Levy, I. R., Lude, P., & Elfström, M. L. (2012). Trajectories of resilience, depression and anxiety following spinal cord injury. Rehabilitation Psychology, 57, 236-247.

Griffiths, H. C., & Kennedy, P. (2012).  Continuing with life as normal: positive psychological outcomes following spinal cord injury. Topics in SCI Rehabilitation, 18, 241-252.

Kennedy, P., Lude, P., Elfström, M. L., & Smithson, E. (2012).  Appraisals, coping and adjustment pre and post spinal cord injury rehabilitation: a two-year follow-up study. Spinal Cord, 50, 112-118. 

Kennedy, P., Smithson, E. F., & Blakey, L. C. (2012).  Planning and structuring spinal cord injury rehabilitation: The needs assessment checklist. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 18, 135-137.

Tebbet, M. & Kennedy, P. (2012). The experience of childbirth for women with spinal cord injuries: an interpretative phenomenology analysis study. Disability and Rehabilitation, 34, 762-769. 

Hardy, G. E., & Llewelyn, S. (2012). Psychotherapy process research. In O. Gelo, A. Pritz , & B. Rieken (Eds.) Psychotherapy research – General issues, outcome and process. New York: Springer.


Books and book chapters

Cooper, M. J. & Bowers, W. (2011).  Cognitive behaviour therapy for eating disorders, commentary. In Liu, A. (Ed.),  Restoring our bodies, reclaiming our lives: guidance and reflections on recovery from eating disorders. Boston, Massachusetts: Trumperer Books.

Stiers, W., Nicholson Perry K., Kennedy, P., & Scherer, M. J. (2011). Rehabilitation Psychology. In: IAAP handbook of applied psychology. Eds P. R. Martin, F. M. Cheung, M. C. Knowles, M. Kyrios, L. Littlefield, J. B. Overmier & J. M. Prieto. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Beinart, H. (2011).  Models of supervision and the supervisory relationship.  In I. Fleming & L.Steen (2nd ed.). (Eds.), Supervision and clinical psychology: theory, practice and perspectives.  London:  Brunner-Routledge. 

Journal Papers

Ashworth, F., Pringle, A., Norbury, R., Harmer, C. J., Cowen, P. J., & Cooper, M. J. (2011). Neural response to angry and disgusted faces in bulimia nervosa. Psychological Medicine, 49, 3272-3278.

Cooper, M. J. (2011).  Working with imagery to modify core beliefs in people with eating disorders: a clinical protocol. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 18, 454-465.

Cooper, M. J., & Warren, L. (2011).  The relationship between body weight (body mass index) and attachment history in young women. Eating Behaviours, 12, 94-96.

Pringle, A., Ashworth, F., Norbury, R., Harmer, C. J., & Cooper, M. J. (2011).  Neural correlates of the processing of self-referent processing information in bulimia nervosa. Neuropsychologia, 41, 2375-2384.

Pringle, A., Harmer, C. J., & Cooper, M. J. (2011). Biases in emotional processing are associated with vulnerability to eating disorders over time. Eating Behaviours, 12, 56-59.

Reinecke, A., Cooper, M. J., Favaron, E., Massey-Chase, R., & Harmer, C. J. (2011).  Attentional bias in untreated panic disorder. Psychiatry Research, 185, 387-393.

Warren, L., & Cooper, M. J. (2011). Understanding your own and other’s minds: the relationship to eating disorder related symptoms. European Eating Disorders Review, 19, 417-425.

Heriot-Maitland, C., Knight, M. T. D., & Peters, E. R. (2011).   A qualitative comparison of psychotic-like phenomena in clinical and non-clinical populations. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 51, 37-53.

King, N. S., & Kirwilliam, S. (2011).  Permanent post-concussion symptoms following mild head injury.  Brain Injury, 25, 462-470.

Gélis, A., Daures, J. P., Benaim, C., Kennedy, P., Albert, T., Colin, D., Joseph, P. A., Pelissier, J., & Fattal, C. (2011).  Evaluating self-reported pressure ulcer prevention measures in persons with spinal cord injury using the revised Skin Management Needs Assessment Checklist: reliability study. Spinal Cord, 49, 653-658.

Kaiser, S., & Kennedy, P. (2011).  An exploration of cognitive appraisals following spinal cord injury. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 16, 708-718.  

Kennedy, P., Nolan, M., & Smithson, E. F. (2011).  Psychological adjustment to spinal cord injury in Ireland: quality of life, appraisals and coping.  Irish Journal of Psychology, 32, 116-129. 

Samrai, A., Beinart, H., & Harper, P. (2011).  Exploring foster carer perceptions and experiences of placements and placement support.  Adoption and Fostering, 35, 38-49.


Books and book chapters

King, N. S., & Tyerman, A.T. (2010).  Neuropsychological presentation and treatment of traumatic brain injury. In J. Marshall, J. Gurd, J. & U. Kischka, U. (Eds.),  Handbook of clinical neuropsychology. (2nd Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kennerley, H., & Clohessy, S. (2010).  Becoming a supervisor.  In M.Mueller, H. Kennerley, F. McManus, & D. Westbrook. (Eds), Oxford guide to surviving as a CBT therapist.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McManus, F., Rosen, K., & Jenkins, H. (2010). Developing and progressing as a CBT therapist. In M. Fennell, H. Kennerley, F. McManus, M. Mueller and D. Westbrook. (Eds), Oxford guide to survival as a CBT therapist. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Journal Papers

Fairchild, H., & Cooper, M. J. (2010).  A multidimensional measure of core beliefs relevant to eating disorders: Preliminary development and validation. Eating Behaviours, 11, 239-246.

Lawrence, C., Jones, J., & Cooper, M. J. (2010).  Hearing voices in a non-psychiatric population. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 38, 363-373.

Pringle, A., Harmer, C. J. & Cooper, M.J. (2010).   Investigating vulnerability to eating disorders:  Biases in emotional processing. Psychological Medicine, 40, 645-655.

Daly, A-M., Llewelyn, S. P., McDougall, E., & Chanen, A. (2010). Rupture resolution in cognitive analytic therapy for adolescents with borderline personality disorder. Psychology and Psychotherapy, Theory, Research and Practice, 83, 273-288.

Khatun, M. N., Siddique, S. K., Das Roy, R., Deeba, F., Islam, N., & Siddiqi, S. S. (2010). Exploring the experiences of male perpetrators: Violence against women in Bangladesh. Naripokkho: Naripokkho Research Unit, Bangladesh. [NGO Funded Research Project Report].

King, N. S., & Kirwilliam, S. (2010).  Factors associated with long-term post-concussion symptoms following mild traumatic brain injury. Brain Impairment, 11, 225-226.

Parker, J., & Kennedy, P. (2010).  Factors predictive of distress in persons awaiting a lower gastro-intestinal endoscopy. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 15, 26-33.

Kennedy, P. (2010). Psychological impact of spinal cord injury. Family Matters, SIA Forward Magazine, 98, 19. 

Kennedy, P., Lude, P., Elfström, M. L., & Smithson, E. F. (2010). Psychological contributions to functional independence: a longitudinal investigation of spinal cord injury rehabilitation. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 92, 597-602.

Kennedy, P., Lude, P., Elfström, M., & Smithson, E. (2010). Sense of coherence and psychological out-comes in people with spinal cord injury: appraisals and behavioural responses. British Journal of Health Psychology, 15, 611-621.  

Kennedy, P., Lude, P., Elfström, M. L., & Smithson, E. (2010).  Cognitive appraisals, coping and quality of life outcomes: A multi-centre study of spinal cord injury rehabilitation. Spinal Cord, 48, 762-769.  

Kennedy, P., Sherlock, O., McClelland, M., Short, D., Royle, J., & Wilson, C. (2010).   A multi-centre study of the community needs of people with spinal cord injuries: the first 18 months. Spinal Cord, 48, 15-20.

Kennedy, P., Smithson, E., McClelland, M., Short, D., Royle, J., & Wilson, C. (2010).  Life satisfaction, appraisals and functional outcomes in spinal cord-injured people living in the community. Spinal Cord, 48, 144-148.

Murphy, T., Patrick, J., & Llewelyn, S.  (2010). Psychological therapies. In E. Johnstone, S. Lawrie, S. McIntosh, B. Cunningham-Owens, & M. Sharpe.  (Eds), Companion to psychiatric  studies, (7th ed.) London:  Elsevier.

Palomo, M., Beinart, H., & Cooper, M. J. (2010).  Development and validation of the supervisory relationship questionnaire (SRQ) in UK clinical psychologists.  British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 49, 131-149.

Barkataki, I. (2010) Peer alienation and hostility among clinical psychology trainees and the prequalified. Clinical Psychology Forum, 208, 30-33