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Nick Alderman
Nick Alderman
Elysium Healthcare; Swansea University; University of the West of England, UK
Verified email at elysiumhealthcare.co.uk
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Behavioural assessment of the dysexecutive syndrome
BA Wilson, JJ Evans, N Alderman, PW Burgess, H Emslie
Methodology of frontal and executive function, 240-251, 2004
27042004
The ecological validity of tests of executive function
PW Burgess, N Alderman, JON Evans, H Emslie, BA Wilson
Journal of the international neuropsychological society 4 (6), 547-558, 1998
13391998
The case for the development and use of “ecologically valid” measures of executive function in experimental and clinical neuropsychology
PW Burgess, N Alderman, C Forbes, A Costello, MAC LAURE, ...
Journal of the international neuropsychological society 12 (2), 194-209, 2006
8322006
Ecological validity of a simplified version of the multiple errands shopping test
A Nick, K Caroline, H Collette
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 9 (1), 31-44, 2003
4542003
The development of an ecologically valid test for assessing patients with a dysexecutive syndrome
BA Wilson, JJ Evans, H Emslie, N Alderman, P Burgess
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 8 (3), 213-228, 1998
4131998
Development of a simplified version of the multiple errands test for use in hospital settings
C Knight, N Alderman, PW Burgess
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 12 (3), 231-255, 2002
2872002
Contemporary approaches to the management of irritability and aggression following traumatic brain injury
N Alderman
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 13 (1-2), 211-240, 2003
1752003
Improvement of self-monitoring skills, reduction of behaviour disturbance and the dysexecutive syndrome: Comparison of response cost and a new programme of self-monitoring training
N Alderman, RK Fry, HA Youngson
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 5 (3), 193-221, 1995
1741995
Dysexecutive Questionnaire (DEX)
Burgess, Alderman, Evans, Emslie
A Compendium of Tests, Scales and Questionnaires: The Practitioner’s Guide …, 2016
1692016
Use of a modified version of the Overt Aggression Scale in the measurement and assessment of aggressive behaviours following brain injury
N Alderman, C Knight, C Morgan
Brain Injury 11 (7), 503-523, 1997
1651997
Challenges associated with the definition and assessment of inappropriate sexual behaviour amongst individuals with an acquired neurological impairment
C Johnson, C Knight, N Alderman
Brain Injury 20 (7), 687-693, 2006
1472006
Central executive deficit and response to operant conditioning methods
N Alderman
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 6 (3), 161-186, 1996
1431996
Mesulam's frontal lobe mystery re-examined
PW Burgess, N Alderman, E Volle, RG Benoit, SJ Gilbert
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 27 (5), 493-506, 2009
1302009
Behavioural assessment of the dysexecutive syndrome (BADS)
BA Wilson, N Alderman, PW Burgess, H Emslie, JJ Evans
Journal of Occupational Psychology, Employment and Disability 5 (2), 33-37, 2003
1252003
Causes and management of aggression and violence in a forensic mental health service: perspectives of nurses and patients
G Dickens, M Piccirillo, N Alderman
International journal of mental health nursing 22 (6), 532-544, 2013
1132013
Self-esteem as a predictor of psychological distress after severe acquired brain injury: An exploratory study
S Cooper-Evans, N Alderman, C Knight, M Oddy
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 18 (5-6), 607-626, 2008
1102008
Behavioural treatment of the dysexecutive syndrome: Reduction of repetitive speech using response cost and cognitive overlearning
N Alderman, A Ward
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 1 (1), 65-80, 1991
1071991
The St Andrew's Sexual Behaviour Assessment (SASBA): development of a standardised recording instrument for the measurement and assessment of challenging sexual behaviour in …
C Knight, N Alderman, C Johnson, S Green, L Birkett-Swan, G Yorstan
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 18 (2), 129-159, 2008
922008
Executive dysfunction
PW Burgess, N Alderman
Clinical neuropsychology: A practical guide to assessment and management for …, 2004
762004
The effectiveness of DRL in the management and treatment of severe behaviour disorders following brain injury
N Alderman, C Knight
Brain injury 11 (2), 79-102, 1997
751997
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