Publishing History.

 

Academic Journal Publications.

Spencer, A.P.C., Brooks, J.C.W., Masuda, N., Byrne, H., Lee-Kelland, R., Jary, S., Thoresen, M., Tonks, J., Goodfellow, M., Cowan, F.M., Chakkarapani, E. (2021). Disrupted brain connectivity in children treated with therapeutic hypothermia for neonatal encephalopathy. Neuroimage Clinical. doi: 10.1016/j.nicl.2021.102582.

 Massetti, T., Herrero, D., Alencar, J., Silva T., Moriyama, C., Gehrke, F., Tonks, J., Fonseca, F., Watson, S., Monteiro, C., & Voo, M. (2020) Clinical characteristics of children with congenital Zika syndrome: a case series. Arquivos de Neuro-psyiqiatria. http://dx.DOI.org/10.1590/0004-282x20200020.

 de Araújo, A.V., Barbosa, V.R., Galdino, G.S., Fregni, F., Massetti, T., Fontes, S.L., Silva D., da Silva T.D., de Mello Monteiro, C.B., Tonks, J., & Magalhães, F.H. (2020). Effectiveness of anodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation to improve muscle strength and motor functionality after incomplete Spinal Cord Injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Spinal Cord. DOI: 10.1038/s41393-020-0438-2.

Ferreira, J.Y., Massetti, T., Crocetta, T., Guarnieri, R., Tonks, J. & de Mello Monteiro C.B. (2020). Use of augmented reality with a motion-controlled game utilizing alphabet letters and numbers to improve performance and reaction time skills for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, & Social Networking. 23, 16-22. DOI: 10.1089/cyber.2019.0103

Law, C., Leal Amore, T., Williams, W.H. & Tonks, J. (2019) Training emotional recognition in a child with acquired brain injury: A single case study. Applied Neuropsychology: Child, DOI: 10.1080/21622965.2019.1699094.

 Tonks, J., Cloke, G., Lee-Kelland, R., Jary, S., Thoresen, M., Cowan, F. & Chakkarapani, E. (2019) Attention and visuo-spatial function in children without cerebral palsy who were 'cooled' for neonatal encephalopathy: a case-control study. Brain Injury, DOI: 10.1080/02699052.2019.1597163.

 Lee-Kelland, R., Jary, S., Tonks, J., Cowan, F., Thoresen, M. & Chakkarapani, E. (2019). School-age outcomes of children without cerebral palsy cooled for neonatal hypoxic–ischaemic encephalopathy in 2008–2010. Archives of Disease in Childhood - Fetal and Neonatal Edition DOI: 10.1136/archdischild-2018-316509.

 Jary, S., Lee-Kelland, R., Tonks, J., Cowan, F., Thoresen, M. & Chakkarapani, E. (2019). Motor performance and cognitive correlates in children cooled for neonatal encephalopathy without cerebral palsy at school age. Acta Paediatrica doi: 10.1111/apa.14780.

 Tonks, J., Whitfield, C.K., Williams, W.H., Slater, A.M. & Frampton I.J. (2018). Must try harder.’ Is effort and performance validity testing a necessary part of paediatric neuropsychological assessment? Applied Neuropsychology: Child. 1-9.DOI: 10.1080/21622965.2018.1524766.

 Massetti T., da Silva T.D., Crocetta, T., Guarnieri, R., d Freitas, B.L., Lopes, P.B., Watson, S., Tonks, J. & de Mello Monteiro C.B. (2018). The Clinical Utility of Virtual Reality in Neurorehabilitation: A Systematic Review. Journal of Central Nervous System Disease, 10, 1-18. DOI: 10: 1179573518813541.

 Williams, W.H., Chitsabesan, P., Fazel, S., McMillan, T., Hughes, N., Parsonage, M., & Tonks, J. (2018) Traumatic Brain Injury: A potential cause of violent crime? Lancet Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1016/S2215-0366(18)30062-2.

 de Paula J.N., de Mello Monteiro C.B., da Silva T.D., Capelini C.M., de Menezes L., Massetti T., Tonks J., et al. (2018). Motor performance of individuals with cerebral palsy in a virtual game using a mobile phone, Disability & Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 13:6, 609-613, DOI: 10.1080/17483107.2017.1392620.

 de Araújo, A.V., Barbosa, V.R., Galdino, G.S., Fregni, F., Massetti, T., Fontes, S.L., Silva D., da Silva T.D., de Mello Monteiro, C.B., Tonks, J., & Magalhães, F.H. (2017). Effects of high-frequency transcranial magnetic stimulation on functional performance in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, DOI: 10.1186/s13063-017-2280-1.

 Quadrado, V.H., da Silva, T.D., Favero, F.M., Tonks, J., Massetti T. & de Mello Monteiro, C.B. (2017): Motor learning from virtual reality to natural environments in individuals with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17483107.2017.1389998.

 Arab C., Crocetta, T.B., Keil, P.M.R., de Almeida Barbosa R.T., de Mello Monteiro, C.B., Tonks, J., et al. (2017). The Pioneering Hypotheses of Exercise Effects on Tumour Growth - Systematic Review. Clinics in Oncology. 2: 1313.

Capelini T., da Silva, T.D., Hause, R.H., Favero, F.M., Alvarez M.P., de Menezes, L., Massetti, T., Tonks J., Watson S., & Monteiro C. (2017). Improvements in motor tasks through the use of mobile phone technology for people with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment (in press).

Arab C., Crocetta, T.B., Keil, P.M.R., de Almeida Barbosa R.T., de Mello Monteiro, C.B., Tonks, J., et al. (2017). The Pioneering Hypotheses of Exercise Effects on Tumour Growth - Systematic Review. Clinics in Oncology. 2: 1313.

Tonks J., Williams, W.H., Slater, A.M & Frampton, I.J. (2017). Is damage to the pre-frontal cortex dormant until adolescence, or difficult to detect? Looking for keys that unlock executive functions in children in the wrong place. Medical Hypotheses, 108, 24-30.

Bowman P., Hattersley A.T., Knight B.A., , Broadbridge E., Pettit L., Reville M.C., Flanagan S.E, Shepherd M.H.,Ford T.J, Tonks J. (2017). Neuropsychological impairments in children with KCNJ11 neonatal diabetes. Diabetic Medicine 34, 1171-1173.

Bowman, P., Broadbridge, E., Knight, B.A., Petit, L., Flanagahan, S.E., Reville, M.C., Tonks, J., Shepherd, M., Ford, T.G., & Hattersley, A.T. (2016). Psychiatric morbidity in children with KCNJ11 neonatal diabetes. Diabetic Medicine. 33, 1387-1391..

Littlefield, M., Dietz, M., Fitzgerald, D., Knudsen, K., & Tonks, J. (2015). "Being asked to tell an unpleasant truth about another person activates anterior insula and medial prefrontal cortex." Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.553

Fitzgerald D., Littlefield M., Knudsen K., Tonks J. & Dietz M.J. (2014) Ambivalence, equivocation and the politics of experimental knowledge: A transdisciplinary neuroscience encounter Social Studies of Science, 44, 701-721.

Littlefield M., Fitzgerald D., Knudsen K., Tonks J. & Dietz M.J. (2014) Contextualizing neuro-collaborations: reflections on a transdisciplinary fMRI lie detection experiment. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 1-11.

Tonks, J., Yates, P.J., Williams, W.H., Frampton, I.J. & Slater, A.M. (2013). Measurement Issues: neuropsychological assessment with children and adolescents; unlocking the mysticism, methods and measures with the help of Tom Swift. Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH). 19, 151-158.

Tonks, J., Williams, W.H., Mounce, L. Harris, D., Frampton, I.J., Yates, P.J., & Slater, A.M. (2011). Trails B or not Trails B? Is attention-switching a useful outcome measure. Brain Injury, 25, 958-964.

Tonks, J., Williams, W.H., Yates, P.J., & Slater, A.M. (2011). Cognitive correlates of psychosocial outcome following traumatic brain injury in early childhood: comparisons between groups of children aged under and over 10 years of age. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 16, 185-194.

Tonks, J., Yates, P.J., Williams, W.H., Harris, D. & Slater, A.M. (2011). Resilience and the mediating effects of executive dys-function after childhood brain injury: a comparison between children aged 9-to-15 years with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Injury, 25, 870-881.

Tonks, J., Yates,  P.J. Williams, H, Frampton, I, & Slater, A. (2010). Peer-relationship difficulties in children with brain injuries: comparisons with children in mental health services and healthy controls. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 20, 922-935.

Williams, W.H., Mewse, A.J., Tonks, J., Mills, S., Burgess, C.N.W. & Cordan, G. (2010). Traumatic brain injury in a prison population: prevalence and risk for re-offending. Bain Injury. 24, 1184-1188.

Williams, W.H., Cordan, G., Mewse, A.J., Tonks, J. & Burgess, C.N.W. (2010). Self-Reported Traumatic Brain Injury in Male Young Offenders: A risk factor for re-offending, poor mental health and violence? Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 20, 801-968.

Haslam, C., Jetten, J., Pugleise, C., Haslam, S.A. & Tonks, J. (2011).  I remember therefore I am, and I am therefore I remember: Analysis of the contributions of episodic and semantic self-knowledge to identity. British Journal of Psychology.102, 184-203.

Haslam, C., Bevins, A., Hayward, S., Tonks, J., Haslam, S.A. & Jetten, J.  (2010). The social treatment: Benefits of group reminiscence and group activity for the cognitive performance and well-being of older adults in residential care. Psychology and Aging, 25, 157-167.

Jetten, J., Haslam, C., Pugliese, C., Tonks, J. & Haslam, S.A.  (2010). Declining autobiographical memory and the loss of identity: Effects on well-being. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Psychology, 32, 408-416.

Tonks, J., Slater, A., Frampton, I., Wall, S.E., Yates P., & Williams, W.H. (2009). The development of emotion and empathy skills after childhood brain injury. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 51, 8-16.

Turkstra, L.S., Williams, H., Tonks, J., & Frampton, I. (2009). Measuring Social Cognition in Adolescents: Implications for Students with TBI Returning to School. NeuroRehabilitation, 23, 501-509.

Tonks, J., Yates, P.J., Williams, W.H., Slater, A.M. & Frampton, I.J.  (2009). Visual-spatial functioning as an early indicator of socio-emotional impairment. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 12, 313-319.

Tonks, J., Williams, H., Yates, P., Frampton, I., Wall, S., Slater, A.(2008). Reading emotions after childhood brain injury: Case series evidence of dissociation between cognitive abilities and emotional expression processing skills. Brain Injury, 22, 325-332.

Tonks, J., Williams, H, Frampton, I, Yates,  P.J. and Slater, A. (2007). Reading emotions after child brain injury: A comparison between children with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Injury, 6, 623-629.

Tonks, J., Williams, H, Frampton, I, Yates,  P.J. and Slater, A. (2007). Assessing emotional recognition in 9 to 15 year olds: preliminary analysis of abilities in reading emotion from faces, voices and eyes. Brain Injury, 7, 731-739.

Tonks, J., Williams, W.H., Frampton, I., Yates, P.J. & Slater, A.  (2007). The neurological bases of

emotional dys-regulation arising from brain injury in childhood: A “when and where” heuristic.

Brain Impairment, 8, 143-153.

 

Book Chapters

Gardner A.J., Tonks J. Potter, S., Yates, P.J., Ruben, A. & Williams W.H. (2020). Neurocognitive assessment of mTBI in adults. In Traumatic Brain Injury; a Clinician’s Guide to Diagnosis, Management and Rehabilitation. London: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-22436-3_3.

 Williams, W.H., Tonks, J., & Fox, S. (2019), Psychotherapy for Children and Young People with Brain Injury in Conflict with the Law, in Helps, S., Jim, J. & Cole, E. (Eds) Psychological Therapy for Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury; London: Routledge.

Williams, W.H., Potter, S., Ryland, H.J., Yates, P.J., Tonks, J. & Ruben, A. (2012). Neurocognitive assessment of mTBI, in Tsao, J.W. (Ed).  Traumatic Brain Injury; a Clinician’s Guide to Diagnosis, Management and Rehabilitation. London: Springer.

 

Conference Papers.

The Brain Injury Group. March 2020. Manchester, UK.

Invited speaker- Tonks, J. After-effects of Tumours from a Neuropsychological Perspective.

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Specialist Interest Group of the World Federation of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. June 2019. Granada, Spain.

Abstract- Herrero, D., Massetti, T., Allencar, J., da Silva, T.D., Fonseca, F.,  Gehrke, F., Tonks, J., Watson, S., Monteiro, C. & Voos, M. Sensorimotor outcomes of children exposed to foetal zika infection during the first and second trimester of gestation.

 FootAnstey Seminar Mind Over Matter – Supporting a brain injured person through life's challenges March 2019, Bristol, UK.

Invited Speaker- Tonks, J.  Did 'King Lear' lack financial capacity within the meaning of the act, or was he unwise?

The Brain Injury Group. February 2019. Plymouth, UK. Court of Protection Conference.

Invited speaker- Tonks, J.. Capacity Testing- Did King Lear Lack Capacity?

 Headway Somerset 2018 Conference- October 2018.Somerset, UK.

Invited Speaker- Tonks, J.  The Magic of Therapies.

 The Brain Injury Group. June 2018. London, UK.

Invited speaker- Tonks, J. Behavioural Issues in Hydrocephalus.

 Paediatric Academic Societies Meeting. May 2018. Toronto, Canada.

Abstract- Chakkarapani E., Geary, G., Lee-Kelland R., Jary S., Tonks, J., Thai, J., Brooks, J., Thoresen M. & Cowan F. Corpus callosal associations with cognitive and motor abilities in school-age children cooled for neonatal encephalopathy.

 Headway Somerset 2017 Conference- October 2017.Somerset, UK.

Invited Speaker- Tonks, J.  Are Therapies Magic? - Effectiveness and Efficacy of therapies after ABI.

Paediatric Academic Societies Meeting. May 2017. San Francisco, USA.

Abstract 1- Tonks, J., Lee-Kelland R., Jary S., Thoresen M., Cowan F. & Chakkarapani E. Attention and Visuo-Spatial Function in Children Aged 6-8 Years Without Cerebral Palsy, Who Were Cooled for Neonatal Encephalopathy; Preliminary Evidence of Dorsal Stream Vulnerability.

Abstract 2-  Lee-Kelland R., Brooks, J., Tonks, J., Jary, S., Thai, J., Cowan, F., Thoresen, M. & Chakkarapani, E.  Reduced sub-cortical grey matter volume is associated with functional outcome at 6-8 years in children without cerebral palsy who were cooled for hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy.

Abstract 3- Jary, S., Lee-Kelland R., Tonks, J., Cowan, F., Thoresen, M. & Chakkarapani, E. Motor performance at 18 months and 6-8 years in cooled survivors without cerebral palsy following neonatal encephalopathy.

The Brain Injury Group. April 2017. London, UK.

Invited speaker- Tonks, J. After-effects of Tumours from a Neuropsychological Perspective.

The International Brain Injury Association’s 12th World Congress on Brain Injury. April 2017. New Orleans, USA.

Tonks, J., Lee-Kelland R., Jary S., Thoresen M., Cowan F. & Chakkarapani E. Attention and Visuo-Spatial Function in Children Aged 6-8 Years Without Cerebral Palsy, Who Were Cooled for Neonatal Encephalopathy; Preliminary Evidence of Dorsal Stream Vulnerability.

The Neonatal Society Meeting, of the Royal Society of Medicine. March 2017, London, UK.

Lee-Kelland R., Tonks, J., Jary, S., Cowan, F., Thoresen, M. & Chakkarapani, E.  Children who received therapeutic hypothermia for HIE but did not develop cerebral palsy, have reduced cognitive and motor performance at 6-8 years.

Headway Devon. A New Me- A Holistic Apporach to Recovery After Acquired Brain Injury Conference. Devon, UK March 2017.

Keynote Speaker- Tonks, J.  Are Therapies Magic? - Effectiveness and Efficacy of therapies after ABI.

British Academy of Childhood Disability March 2017, Manchester, UK.

Lee-Kelland R., Tonks, J., Jary, S., Cowan, F., Thoresen, M. & Chakkarapani, E.  Reduced sub-cortical grey matter volume is associated with functional outcome at 6-8 years in children who had birth asphyxia but did not develop cerebral palsy.

Joint Meeting of the British Neuropsychological Society and British Psychological Society, Division of Neuropsychology. March 2017 London. UK..

Abstract 1- Tonks, J., Lee-Kelland R., Jary S., Thoresen M., Cowan F. & Chakkarapani E. Attention and Visuo-Spatial Function in Children Aged 6-8 Years Without Cerebral Palsy, Who Were Cooled for Neonatal Encephalopathy; Preliminary Evidence of Dorsal Stream Vulnerability.

Abstract 2- Bowman P., Shepherd M.H., Knight B.A., Broadbridge E., Pettit L., Reville MC., Flanagan SE, Ford TJ, Hattersley AT, & Tonks J. Mutations in the KCNJ11 gene cause a range of neurodevelopmental phenotypes as well as neonatal diabetes.

Abstract 3- Monteiro C., da Silva T., de Menezes L., Capelini C., de Paula J., Watson S. & Tonks J. Improving motor function in participants with cerebral palsy, Duchenne muscular dystrophy and Down’s syndrome: clinical utility of the virtual-reality mobile-phone game scenario.

BRAKE Road Safety Charity Conference., September 2016. Bristol, UK.

Invited Speaker: Tonks, J. Behaviour Following Brain Injury.

International Paediatric Brain Injury Society (IPBIS), 1st International Conference on Acquired Brain Injury. September 2015. Liverpool, UK.

Invited symposium co-speaker with Byard K., and Anderson, V.- Tonks, J. The social treatment: how research-based social competence models and social interventions can be applied in everyday clinical practice.

International Congress of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. 29 June-2nd July 2015. Birmingham, UK.

Bowman, P., Broadbridge, E., Knight, B.A., Petit, L., Flanagan, S.E., Reville, M.C., Tonks, J., Hattersley, A.T. & Ford, T.G.-

Children with iDEND have severe, persistent psychiatric and neuropsychological features that impact greatly on patients and their families: implications for clinical practice.

Northern Acquired Brain Injury Forum (NABIF): Navigating Options & Sharing Practice. October 2014. Newcastle, UK.

Invited speaker- Tonks, J. Childhood Transitions & Key Issues Within Families.

JSP: Coming of Age: Working in Brain Injury in the 21st Century. October 2014. Sheffield, UK

Invited speaker- Tonks, J. The Cost of Injury to the Developing Brain During Childhood & Adolescence.

The British Psychological Society, Division of Neuropsychology Annual Conference, The Rise & Rise of Neuropsychology. November 2013. London, UK

Invited speaker- Tonks, J. Targeting Relationships, Resilience & Risk after Childhood Brain Injury: a three R’s approach to intervention.

Headway Scotland. Challenges, Changes & Choices in Childhood Acquired Brain Injury Conference and Exhibition. Dumfries, UK June 2012.

Tonks, J. The three R’s: Relationships, Resilience and Risk after brain injury in childhood

St Andrews Healthcare Conference, Risk and Acquired Brain Injury. October 2011.

Tonks, J. The three R’s: Relationships, Resilience and Risk after brain injury in childhood.

Child Brain Injury Trust. ‘Hope For Tomorrow-Toady’ National Conference Birmingham, UK  March 2011.

The development of emotion and empathy after brain injury in childhood.

7th Symposium on Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Special Interest Group of the World Federation of Neurorehabilitation, Krakow Poland, July 2010.

Tonks, J., Williams W.H., Frampton I.,Yates P.J., & Slater A.M.:

Abstract 1- Peer-relationship difficulties in children with brain injuries: comparisons with children in mental health services and main-stream schools.

Abstract 2- Resilience and executive dysfunction: A comparison between children with brain injury and non-injured controls.

Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust National Conference 2009 Birmingham, UK.

Invited speaker- Tonks, J., Williams W.H., Frampton I.,Yates P.J., & Slater A.M. Socio-emotional functioning in chidren following ABI.

International Paediatric anxiety and depression conference 2008 , London.

Invited speaker- Tonks, J., Williams W.H., Frampton I.,Yates P.J., & Slater A.M. (2008).Brain injury and mood changes in children.

Regional Headway Conference September 2008 Exeter, Devon.

Invited speaker- The Cost of Brain Injury

Clinical & Research Perspectives In Developmental Neuropsychology,  March, 2008, Sydney, Australia.

Abstract 1- Tonks, J., Williams W.H., Frampton I.,Yates P.J., & Slater A.M. (2008). Assessing brain injury in children and adolescents. Visuo-spatial functioning as an early indicator of socio-emotional behaviour disturbance.

Abstract 2- Tonks, J., Williams W.H., Frampton I.,Yates P.J., & Slater A.M. (2008). Brain injury and social interpretation in 9 to 15 years olds; comparisons between children with brain injuries and healthy controls.

Abstract 3- Tonks, J., Williams W.H., Frampton I.,Yates P.J., & Slater A.M. (2008). The cognitive correlates of psychosocial functioning following brain injury acquired in childhood.

International Neuropsychological Society conference, July 2007, Bilbao.

Abstract 1- Tonks, J., Yates, P.J., Williams, W.H., Frampton, I.J. & Slater, A.  (2007). An exploratory study of the cognitive correlates of psycho-social functioning following acquired brain injury in childhood.

Abstract 2- Mounce, L., Frampton, I.J., Tonks, J.T., Williams, W.H. & Yates, P.J.  (2007). Risk of psychiatric disorder in children with congenital versus acquired brain-dysfunction.

DoN, South West Interest In Neuropsychology Group. Paediatric Neuropsychology and Childhood Brain Injury: Current Issues & Developments, January 26th 2006, Buckfast Abbey, UK.

Tonks, J. Williams, W.H, Frampton, I. Yates, P.J, & Slater A.M. (2006). Reading emotions after brain injury; comparing children with brain injuries with non-injured children.

International Neuropsychological Society Conference, Zurich, July 2006 and Clinical & Research Perspectives In Developmental Neuropsychology,  March, 2006, Sydney, Australia.

Abstract- Tonks, J. Williams, W.H, Frampton, I. Yates, P.J, & Slater A.M. (2006) Are cognitive functioning deficits and emotion processing deficits dissociable following paediatric brain injury? A case series. INS 2006 Procedings

The International Neuropsychological Society Conference on Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, July 2006, Liechtenstein.

Abstract- Tonks, J., Williams W.H., Frampton I.,Yates P.J., & Slater A.M. (2006). Socio-emotional processing: a comparison between children with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Impairment, 7, 153.

The International Neuropsychological Society Conference on Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, July 11th-12th 2005, Galway, Ireland.

Abstract-   Tonks, J., Williams, H., Frampton, I., Yates, P. & Slater A.M, (2005). ‘Neuropsychological assessment of socioemotional functioning in children.’ Brain Impairment, 6, 135.

Awards and competitions.

2017        Mac Keith 1st Prize poster. British Academy of Child Disability. Reduced sub-cortical grey matter volume is associated with functional outcome at 6-8 years in children who had birth asphyxia but did not develop cerebral palsy. Manchester, UK.

2016        Medical Livewire Global Awards 2016 Winner, Child Brain Injury Psychologist of the Year.

2015        Co investigator on grant for - Assessment of brain, cardiac and renal systems at 6-8 years in children who have received therapeutic hypothermia for neonatal encephalopathy. CoolMRI STUDY- funded through the David Telling Charitable Trust.

2015        International Congress of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Faculty of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Gillian Page research presentation prize for: Children with iDEND have severe, persistent psychiatric and neuropsychological features that impact greatly on patients and their families: implications for clinical practice.

2010        2nd Prize Poster presentations of the 7th Symposium on Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Special Interest Group of the World Federation of Neurorehabilitation, Krakow Poland, July 2010.

2009        European Neuroscience Society Network (ENSN) mini Neuroschool in Vienna, Austria, won a competition as part of an international group to design a social neuroscience experiment. Attend Aarhus, Denmark to consult with experts in firming up the design. The experiment was run in November 2010, with further funded FMRI studies between 2010 and 2013.

2003        University of Exeter, School of Psychology Scholarship- Full Ph.D  funding.