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Deterioration in cognitive control related mPFC function underlying development of treatment resistance in early psychosis.
Crisp, C., Sahni, Angad, Pang, Sze W, Vanes, Lucy D, Szentgyorgyi, Timea, Averbeck, B., Moran, Rosalyn J and Shergill, Sukhwinder S 2024. Deterioration in cognitive control related mPFC function underlying development of treatment resistance in early psychosis. Scientific Reports. 14 (1), p. 12985. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-024-63474-1
Bridging the gap from medical to psychological safety assessment: consensus study in a digital mental health context.
Taher, R., Bhanushali, Palak, Allan, S., Alvarez-Jimenez, Mario, Bolton, Heather, Dennison, Laura, Wallace, Brian E., Hadjistavropoulos, Heather D, Hall, Charlotte L, Hardy, Amy, Henry, A., Lane, Sam, Maguire, Tess, Moreton, Adam, Moukhtarian, Talar R., Vallejos, Elvira Perez, Shergill, Sukhi, Stahl, Daniel, Thew, Graham R., Timulak, Ladislav, van den Berg, David, ViganĂ², Noemi, Stock, Ben Wensley, Young, Katherine S. and Yiend, Jenny 2024. Bridging the gap from medical to psychological safety assessment: consensus study in a digital mental health context. BJPsych Open. 10 (4), p. e126. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjo.2024.713
Cutaneous leishmaniasis and mental health: Exploring psychosocial impact and CL-associated stigma (the ECLIPSE programme)
Dikomitis, L., Agampodi, Suneth Buddhika, Machado, P., Mulugeta, Afework, Trad, Leny A. B. and Price, Helen 2021. Cutaneous leishmaniasis and mental health: Exploring psychosocial impact and CL-associated stigma (the ECLIPSE programme). Research Meeting and Webinar on Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (CL): Research and development for neglected diseases and associated social issues. 49 (2), pp. 201-209.
Ethnography: sense and sensibilities
Dikomitis, L. and Wenning, B. 2023. Ethnography: sense and sensibilities. in: Ledger, A. and Walker, K. A. (ed.) Starting Research in Clinical Education Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 145-154
A finite element model for predicting impact-induced damage to a skin simulant
Imam, A., Hughes, Angus C, Carré, M., Driscoll, Heather, Winwood, Keith, Venkatraman, Prabhuraj and Allen, Tom 2024. A finite element model for predicting impact-induced damage to a skin simulant. Scientific Reports. 14 (1), p. 12810. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-024-60369-z