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Professor Huw Williams

Professor Huw Williams

Associate Professor

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 Washington Singer 240

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

 Office hours:

11-12 on Wednesdays and Thursdays

Overview

Huw Williams is an Associate Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology and Co-Director of the Centre for Clinical Neuropsychology Research (CCNR) at Exeter University. Current projects include: Neuro-Trauma  in adolescents and young adults in society and in prisons (Cape Town (South Africa) and London); Traumatic Brain Injury and Neuro Disability Screening & Support in Prisons (with Do-It Profiler); processing of emotions after brain injury; Neuroimaging of Sports Concussion in Elite athletes; how to use Neuroscience to influence public policy and tax spending; Post-Concussion Syndrome in sports populations; Neuroimaging of Affective Systems underlying Personality; Anorexia and Eating Disorders in UK and India;  Injury & stress in Police Officers.

He has published papers and books and held grants in a range of areas of Clinical Neuropsychology – particularly on neuro-rehabilitation and recently regarding crime.

See: http://www.upen.ac.uk/blogs/?action=story&id=66

Awarded Fellowship of the BPS in 2019 and the Barbra Wilson Award for Lifetime Achievement in Clinical Neuropsychology.

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/news/featurednews/title_701871_en.html

In the area of crime he:

-  produced an overview for practitioners and policy makers and practitioners on TBI & Crime, Repairing shattered lives (French version also available);  

- led on a report for the British Psychological Society (BPS) working group on Neuro-Disability in children and young people in custody;

-  with Nathan Hughes a report on Neuro-disability and TBI in young offenders in children in custody for the Office of the Children's Commissioner (England);  

- established, with Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) and General Lord Ramsbotham, the Criminal Justice and Acquired Brain Injury Group (CJAABIG) and produced an infographic to illustrate the links between TBI and crime;

- wrote, with Dr Prathiba Chitasabesan, a report on the use of linkworkers for young offenders to manage TBI in custody,

- supported the Centre for mental health in producing a report on the economic costs of crime due to TBI. He also recently edited a special issue on TBI and Crime for the Journal of head Trauma Rehabilitation.

- In March 2015 he was guest editor of the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation on TBI & Crime in young people

- In November 2017 contributed to Lancet Neurology - Traumatic Brain Injury: Integrated approaches to improve prevention, clinical care, and research http://www.thelancet.com/commissions/traumatic-brain-injury

TALK: Williams, H. Brain Trauma and Crime: Managing Complexity in Justice Systems. Keynote. Youth Justice Board (UK). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7RlHdpLcA0&index=11&list=PLn-1STalh8-mC-yKoG8lUjubLqRdZveMg

Qualifications

BA PhD D Clin Psych (Wales)

Career

Prof Huw Williams gained his PhD and his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Wales, Bangor. he then worked in London (Hackney, and West London) as a Clinical Psychologist in various services (Stroke, Neurorehabilliation, Neuro-Disability and Primary Care). Then he was on the founding staff team of the Oliver Zangwill Centre (OZC) for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation in Ely. He was also a Visiting Scientist at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge. In 2006 he was a Visiting Scholar at the Rehabilitation Studies Unit, University of Sydney, Australia. He has honorary positions with the OZC and the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital’s Emergency Department.

He has services as Secretary and Chair of the Division of Neuropsychology of the British Psychological Society.

He is on the HCPC register as a Clinical psychologist, the Specialist Register of the DoN of the BPS as a Clinical Neuopsychologist.

He was awarded a Fellowship of the BPS  and the Barbra Wilson Award for Lifetime Achievement in Clinical Neuropsychology in 2019.

Appointments

1991-1994       Trainee Clinical Psychologist, North Wales training course, Bangor University

1994-1995       Clinical Psychologist, Community Learning Disability & Neuropsychology, Hackney Community Disability Team and St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London

1995-1996       Clinical Psychologist, Post-acute Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Learning Disability and Primary Care, St Charles Hospital, London

1996-2000       Clinical Neuropsychologist, Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Princess of Wales Hospital, Ely

1996-2000:      Visiting Scientist at the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge

2000-2004       Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, University of Exeter

2004-2007:      Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology, University of Exeter

2007 -Current: Associate Professor in Clinical Neuropsychology, University of Exeter

Links

Research group links

Research

Research interests

Prof H Williams works on a number of themes that revolve around the influence of injuries to the brain and emotional stress factors. With a goal of providing evidence to guide pollicy and practice to enhancing care and rehabilitation. From athletes who may get concussed, to young people in prisons.

Grants/funding

2002: Awarded, with Dr Janice Kay, £40,000 PhD studentship ESRC-Case funding, in collaboration with the Encephalitis Society, for research in Neuropsychological Profiles and Psychosocial Outcome in Encephalitis.

2003: Awarded British Academy grant of £800 for travel to the conference of the Australian Brain Injury assoc. and the International Neuropsychological Society in Brisbane/Uluru.

2004:  Awarded, With Dr Richard Hague, Candy McCabe, Ian Summers and Tom Hodgson, £60,000 for fMRI patterns in pain related brain activity – before and after intervention, from DDART medical charity.

2004:  Awarded – additional funds, With Dr Richard Hague, Candy McCabe, Ian Summers and Tom Hodgson, £21,750 for fMRI patterns in pain related brain activity - from DDART medical charity.

2006: Awarded – with Prof A. Haslam (PI), Prof Tom Postmes, Prof J Jetten, Dr Cath Haslam, Dr Michelle Ryan, £1,250,000 from ESRC UK for research in Social identity change, trauma and Neuropsychology

2007: Awarded – with Richard Hague, Candy McCabe, Ian Summers and Tom Hodgson, £10,000 for fMRI patterns in pain related brain activity - from DDART medical charity

2008: UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum: Big Lottery funding, £10,000, for research in Crime and Brain Injury.

2009: Awarded, ESRC £15,000, with Dr Karen McAuliffe and Dr Atina Krajawska (Law), for Seminar series on Advances in Paediatric neuroscience for Lawyers and Policy makers (in UK and EU)

2011: Awarded, Barrow Cadbury Trust, £10,000, for research based review on Criminal Justice System and Brain Injury

2012: Awarded, British Psychological Society, with Dr Anna Adlam (UEA), £3,000 for web-seminars between UK, US and Australian Paediatric Neuropsychology Research Groups

2012: Awarded, Childrens’ Commissioners (England), £25,000, for research based review of needs of children with neuro-developmental and acquired conditions in justice system

2013: Awarded, Barrow Cadbury Trust to Disabilities Trust £60,000 – of which £7,000 to Ex U re: research consultancy. Role of Link workers in rehabilitation of young offenders with brain injury

2014: Awarded, Barrow Cadbury Trust £25,000: Health Economic Analysis of Brain Injury and Crime. Williams, Fazel, McMillan, Parsonage and BPS/DoN

2016: Great Western 4 Research Initiative: £75,000. Neuroimaging of Concussion – Rugby. Lead: Prof Derek Jones, CUBRIC (Cardiff University Brain Imaging Centre), and Co-I Andrew Gardner, University of Newcastle, Australia.

2017: Awarded, Medical Research Council £200,000: Institutional Award: Confidence in Global Mental Health Research: Trauma and Adverse Childhood Effects Springboard. PI J Burns, Co.I: Mill, Watkins, Adlam, Ford, Berry, Karl, Morgan

2018: Awarded, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, $AU 25,000. The UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty: Putting the health of vulnerable children and adolescents on the global development agenda. Lead PI: Stuart Kinner, Louise Southalan, Emilia Janca, Rohan Borschmann, Nathan Hughes, H Williams, Manfred Nowak, Georges Younes, Manu Krishan

2018:  ESRC IAA Rapid Response Fund: Criminal Justice in Acquired Brain Injury. £4,000. For report for All Party Parliamentary Group on Traumatic Brain Injury – with UK Brain Injury Forum.

2018: Awarded. ESRC Impact Accelerator: £25,000.  Neurodisability & Trauma and Brain Injury for UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty & UN agencies.

2019: Awarded. Barrow Cadbury Trust.  £67,000. Revealing & Reducing Trauma in Young adults in the Criminal Justice System

Research projects

Current projects include:

Neuro-Trauma  in adolescents and young adults in society and in prisons (Cape Town (South Africa) and London) - with Leigh Schrieff in CTU

Traumatic Brain Injury and Neuro Disability Screening & Support in Prisons (with Do-It Profiler)

Processing of emotions after brain injury

Review of Neurodisability in children in conflict with the la

Neuroimaging of Sports Concussion in Elite athletes; how to use Neuroscience to influence public policy and tax spending (with UNICEF Innocenti) 

Post-Concussion Syndrome in sports populations; Neuroimaging of Affective Systems underlying Personality

Anorexia and Eating Disorders in UYK and India 

 Injury & stress in Police Officers to support Trauma Informed Approaches

Key publications



Chitsabesan, Prathiba, Lennox, Charlotte, Williams, Huw, Tariq, Omar, Shaw, Jenny WH (In Press). Traumatic Brain Injury in Juvenile Offenders: Findings from the Comprehensive Health Assessment Tool Study and the Development of a Specialist Linkworker Service.
Williams WH, Chitsabesan P, Fazel S, McMillan T, Hughes N, Parsonage M, Tonks J (2018). Traumatic brain injury: a potential cause of violent crime?. The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(10), 836-844. Abstract. DOI.
Hughes N, Williams WH, Chitsabesan P, Walesby RC, Mounce LTA, Clasby B (2015). The prevalence of traumatic brain injury among young offenders in custody: a systematic review. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 30(2), 94-105. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Chitsabesan P, Lennox C, Williams H, Tariq O, Shaw J (2015). Traumatic brain injury in juvenile offenders: findings from the comprehensive health assessment tool study and the development of a specialist linkworker service. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 30(2), 106-115. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Gardner AJ, Iverson GL, Williams WH, Baker S, Stanwell P (2014). A systematic review and meta-analysis of concussion in Rugby Union. Sports Medicine, 44(12), 1717-1731. Abstract. DOI.
Mounce LTA, Jones JM, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Williams WH (2013). Neurogenic and Psychogenic Acute Postconcussion Symptoms can be Identified After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 28, 397-405. DOI.

Publications by category


Books

Jetten J, Haslam C, Haslam SA (In Press). The Social Cure: Identity, health and well-being., Psychology Press.
Williams, W.H. (2007). Encephalitis: Assessment and Rehabilitation across the Lifespan. Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. , Psychology Press.
Evans, J.J. (2003). Bio-psychosocial Approaches for Mood and Behaviour Disorders in Neuro-rehabilitation. Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. , Psychology Press.
Williams, W.H. (2002). Memory Booster Workout:10 steps for a better memory.

Journal articles

Yates, P.J. Williams, W.H. Slater, A.M. (In Press). 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. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Mounce LTA, Williams WH, Harris A, Yates PJ, Llewellyn D (In Press). Deprivation increases risk of head versus orthopaedic injury in children and young people.
Chitsabesan, Prathiba, Lennox, Charlotte, Williams, Huw, Tariq, Omar, Shaw, Jenny WH (In Press). Traumatic Brain Injury in Juvenile Offenders: Findings from the Comprehensive Health Assessment Tool Study and the Development of a Specialist Linkworker Service.
Clasby B, Bennett M, Hughes N, Hodges E, Meadham H, Hinder D, Williams H, Mewse A (2019). The consequences of traumatic brain injury from the classroom to the courtroom: understanding pathways through structural equation modelling. Disabil Rehabil, 1-10. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Tonks J, Whitfield CK, Williams WH, Slater AM, Frampton IJ (2018). "Must try harder." is effort and performance validity testing a necessary part of pediatric neuropsychological assessment?. Appl Neuropsychol Child, 1-9. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Chitsabesan P, Fazel S, McMillan T, Hughes N, Parsonage M, Tonks J (2018). Traumatic brain injury: a potential cause of violent crime?. The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(10), 836-844. Abstract. DOI.
Tonks J, Williams WH, Slater A, Frampton I (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. Abstract. DOI.
Maas AIR, Menon DK, Adelson PD, Andelic N, Bell MJ, Belli A, Bragge P, Brazinova A, Buerki A, Chesnut RM, et al (2017). Traumatic brain injury: integrated approaches to improve prevention, clinical care, and research. LANCET NEUROLOGY, 16(12), 987-1048. Author URL. DOI.
Hughes N, Clasby B, Chitsabesan P, Williams H (2016). A systematic review of the prevalence of foetal alcohol syndrome disorders among young people in the criminal justice system. Cogent Psychology, 3(1). Abstract. DOI.
Hughes N, Williams WH, Chitsabesan P, Walesby RC, Mounce LTA, Clasby B (2015). The prevalence of traumatic brain injury among young offenders in custody: a systematic review. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 30(2), 94-105. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, McAuliffe KA, Cohen MH, Parsonage M, Ramsbotham J, General the Lord David (2015). Traumatic brain injury and juvenile offending: complex causal links offer multiple targets to reduce crime. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 30(2), 69-74. Author URL. DOI.
Chitsabesan P, Lennox C, Williams H, Tariq O, Shaw J (2015). Traumatic brain injury in juvenile offenders: findings from the comprehensive health assessment tool study and the development of a specialist linkworker service. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 30(2), 106-115. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Gardner AJ, Iverson GL, Williams WH, Baker S, Stanwell P (2014). A systematic review and meta-analysis of concussion in Rugby Union. Sports Medicine, 44(12), 1717-1731. Abstract. DOI.
Tonks J, Yates PJ, Williams HW, Frampton I, Slater A (2014). Measurement Issues: Neuropsychological assessment with children and adolescents; unlocking the mysticism, methods and measures with the help of Tom Swift. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19(2), 151-158. Abstract. DOI.
Reuben A, Sampson P, Harris AR, Williams H, Yates P (2014). Postconcussion syndrome (PCS) in the emergency department: Predicting and pre-empting persistent symptoms following a mild traumatic brain injury. Emergency Medicine Journal, 31(1), 72-77. Abstract. DOI.
Reuben A, Sampson P, Harris AR, Williams H, Yates P (2014). Postconcussion syndrome (PCS) in the emergency department: predicting and pre-empting persistent symptoms following a mild traumatic brain injury. Emerg Med J, 31(1), 72-77. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Tonks J, Yates PJ, Williams HW, Frampton I, Slater A (2013). Measurement Issues: Neuropsychological assessment with children and adolescents; unlocking the mysticism, methods and measures with the help of Tom Swift. Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Mounce LTA, Jones JM, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Williams WH (2013). Neurogenic and Psychogenic Acute Postconcussion Symptoms can be Identified After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 28, 397-405. DOI.
Mounce LTA, Williams WH, Jones JM, Harris A, Haslam SA, Jetten J (2013). Neurogenic and psychogenic acute postconcussion symptoms can be identified after mild traumatic brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 28(5), 397-405. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Gardner A, Kay-Lambkin F, Stanwell P, Donnelly J, Williams WH, Hiles A, Schofield P, Levi C, Jones DK (2012). A systematic review of diffusion tensor imaging findings in sports-related concussion. J Neurotrauma, 29(16), 2521-2538. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Jones JM, Jetten J, Alexander Haslam S, Huw Williams WH (2012). Deciding to disclose: the importance of maintaining social relationships for well-being after acquired brain injury. , 255-271. DOI.
Davies RC, Williams WH, Hinder D, Burgess CNW, Mounce LTA (2012). Self-reported traumatic brain injury and postconcussion symptoms in incarcerated youth. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 27(3), E21-E27. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Ryland H, Williams WH, Zeman A, Murray J, Turner M (2012). The impact of neurological indicators of severity of concussion on neurocognitive performance in a sports population. BRAIN INJURY, 26(4-5), 627-628. Author URL.
Jones JM, Williams WH, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Harris A, Gleibs IH (2012). The role of psychological symptoms and social group memberships in the development of post-traumatic stress after traumatic injury. Br J Health Psychol, 17(4), 798-811. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Tonks J, Williams WH, Mounce L, Harris D, Frampton I, Yates P, Slater A (2011). 'Trails B or not Trails B?' is attention-switching a useful outcome measure?. Brain Inj, 25(10), 958-964. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Tonks J, Williams WH, Yates P, Slater A (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. Clin Child Psychol Psychiatry, 16(2), 185-194. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Tonks J, Yates P, Frampton I, Williams WH, Harris D, Slater A (2011). Resilience and the mediating effects of executive dysfunction after childhood brain injury: a comparison between children aged 9-15 years with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Inj, 25(9), 870-881. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Jones JM, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Williams WH, Morris R, Saroyan S (2011). That which doesn't kill us can make us stronger (and more satisfied with life): the contribution of personal and social changes to well-being after acquired brain injury. PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 26(3), 353-369. Author URL. DOI.
Wall SE, Williams WH, Morris R, Bramham J (2011). The Development of a New Measure of Social-Emotional Functioning for Young Adolescents. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 16(3), 301-315.
Williams WH (2010). Advances in measuring outcome for Children and Adolescents with Brain Injury. Brain Impairment
Redpath S, Williams WH, Hanna D, Linden MA, Yates PJ, Harris A (2010). Healthcare professionals’ attitudes towards traumatic brain injury (TBI): the influence of profession, experience, aetiology and blame on prejudice towards survivors of brain injury. Brain Injury, 24, 802-811. Abstract.
Williams WH, Potter S, Ryland H (2010). Mild traumatic brain injury and Postconcussion Syndrome: a neuropsychological perspective. JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY, 81(10), 1116-1122. Author URL. DOI.
Tonks J, Williams WH, Yates P, Frampton I, Slater AM (2010). Peer-relationship difficulties in children with brain injuries: comparisons with children in mental health services and healthy controls. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Williams WH, Giray G, Mewse AJ, Tonks J, Burgess CNW (2010). Traumatic Brain Injury in Young Offenders: a modifiable risk factor for re-offending, poor mental health and violence. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation an International Journal, 20(6), 801-812. Abstract. DOI.
Williams WH, Mewse AJ, Tonks J, Mills S, Burgess CNW, Cordan G (2010). Traumatic Brain injury in a Prison Population: Prevalence, and Risk for Re- Offending. Brain Injury, 24(10), 1184-1188. Abstract. DOI.
Wilson BA, Evans JJ, Williams WH (2009). Memory Problems. , 136-165. DOI.
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P. (2009). The development of emotion and empathy skills after childhood brain injury. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 51(1), 8-16. Abstract. DOI.
Tonks J, Slater AM, Frampton I, Wall SE, Yates P, Williams WH (2009). The development of emotion and empathy skills after childhood brain injury. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 51, 8-16.
Tonks J, Yates P, Slater A, Williams WH, Frampton I (2009). Visual-spatial functioning as an early indicator of socioemotional difficulties. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 12(5), 313-319. Abstract. DOI.
Tonks J, Yates P, Slater A, Williams WH, Frampton I (2009). Visual-spatial functioning as an early indicator of socioemotional difficulties. Dev Neurorehabil, 12(5), 313-319. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Watkins, E.R. Williams, W.H. (2008). Depressive Rumination reduces specificity of Autobiographical Memory Recall in Acquired Brain Injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 14(1), 63-70. DOI.
Haslam C, Holme A, Haslam SA, Iyer A, Jetten J, Williams WH (2008). Maintaining group memberships: Social identity continuity predicts well-being after stroke. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 18(5-6), 671-691. Abstract. DOI.
Haslam C, Holme A, Haslam SA, Iyer A, Jetten J, Williams WH (2008). Maintaining group memberships: social identity continuity predicts well-being after stroke. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 18(5-6), 671-691. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Turkstra LS, Williams WH, Tonks J, Frampton I (2008). Measuring social cognition in adolescents: implications for students with TBI returning to school. NeuroRehabilitation, 23(6), 501-509. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tonks J, Williams WH, Yates P, Frampton I, Wall SE, Slater AM (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.
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P. (2008). Reading emotions after childhood brain injury: Case series evidence of dissociation between cognitive abilities and emotional expression processing skills. Brain Injury
Chasey, R. Williams, W.H. (2008). The Role of schema and appraisals in the development of post-traumatic stress symptoms following birth. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 26(2).
Roundhill, S.J. Williams, W.H. & Hughes, J.M. (2008). The experience of loss following traumatic brain injury: Applying a bereavement model to the process of adjustment. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 4 DOI.
Edworthy Z, Chasey R, Williams H (2008). The role of schema and appraisals in the development of post-traumatic stress symptoms following birth. JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTIVE AND INFANT PSYCHOLOGY, 26(2), 123-138. Author URL. DOI.
Williams, H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). Assessing emotional recognition in 9 to 15 year olds: preliminary analysis of abilities in reading emotion from faces, voices and eyes. Brain Injury, 21, 623-629.
Hooper L, Williams WH, Sarah EW, Chua K-C (2007). Caregiver distress, coping and parenting styles in cases of childhood encephalitis. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 17(4-5), 621-637. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Haslam C, Kay J, Pewter S (2007). Neuropsychological and psychiatric profiles in acute encephalitis in adults. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17, 478-505.
Williams, H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). Reading emotions after child brain injury: a comparison between children with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Injury
Williams (2007). Stress, parental style and coping in children with encephalitis. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). The neurological bases of emotional dys-regulation arising from brain injury in childhood: a “when and where” heuristic. Brain Impairment, 8, 143-153
Williams WH, Harris A, Round A, Yates PJ (2006). An epidemiological study of head injuries in a UK population attending an emergency department. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 77(5), 699-701. DOI.
Williams WH, Cartwright-Hatton S, Kelly TP, Wall SE (2006). Neuropsychological dysfunction following repeat concussion in jockeys. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 77(4), 518-520. DOI.
Williams, W.H. Yates, P. Harris, A. (2006). Social emotional problem solving and carer stress in traumatic brain injured survivors. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Williams, W.H. Yates, P.J. Harris, A. (2006). Spousal relationship satisfaction following acquired brain injury: the role of insight and socio-emotional skill. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17(1), 95-105.
Fleminger, S. Oiver, D. (2003). Assessment and Management of Depression in Acquired Brain Injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Special Issue, 65-89.
Williams WH, Evans JJ (2003). Brain injury and emotion: an overview to a special issue on biopsychosocial approaches in neurorehabilitation. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13(1-2), 1-11. Abstract.
Williams WH, Evans JJ (2003). Brain injury and emotion: an overview to a special issue on biopsychosocial approaches in neurorehabilitation. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 13(1-2), 1-11. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Fleminger S (2003). Neurorehabilitation and cognitive-behaviour therapy of anxiety disorders after brain injury: an overview and a case illustration of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 13(1-2), 133-148. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Wilson BA (2003). Neurorehabilitation for two cases of post-traumatic stress disorder following traumatic brain injury. Cogn Neuropsychiatry, 8(1), 1-18. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Fleminger S, Oliver D (2003). The neuropsychiatry of depression after brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13(1-2), 65-87. DOI.
Evans, J.J. Wilson, B.A. (2002).  Prevalence of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in a representative community sample. Brain Injury, 16(8), 673-679. DOI.
Evans, J.J. Fleminger, S. (2002). Assessment and Management of Anxiety Disorders in Acquired Brain Injury. Special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1, 133-148.
Evans, J.J. (2002). Bio-psychosocial Approaches for Mood and Behaviour Disorders in Neuro-rehabilitation: an overview of. Special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-12.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Wilson BA, Needham P (2002). Brief report: prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms after severe traumatic brain injury in a representative community sample. Brain Inj, 16(8), 673-679. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Evans, J.J. Wilson, B.A. (2002). Neurological Rehabilitation for Posttraumatic Stress symptoms after Traumatic Brain Injury. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 8(1), 1-18.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Needham P, Wilson BA (2002). Neurological, cognitive and attributional predictors of reports of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms after traumatic brain injury. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 15(5), 397-400. DOI.
Williams, W.H. Bryant, R. (2002). Post-traumatic Stress Disorder after Traumatic Brain Injury: a review of Causal mechanisms, assessment and treatment. Special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1, 149-164.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Wilson BA (1999). Outcome Measures for Survivors of Acquired Brain Injury in Day and Outpatient Neurorehabilitation Programmes. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 9(3-4), 421-436. DOI.
Williams WH, Williams JMG, Ghadiali EJ (1998). Autobiographical memory in traumatic brain injury: Neuropsychological and mood predictors of recall. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 8(1), 43-60. Abstract. DOI.

Chapters

McMillan TM, Williams H (2017). Neurobehavioural disability and the criminal justice system. In  (Ed) Neurobehavioural Disability and Social Handicap Following Traumatic Brain Injury, Second Edition, 57-68. DOI.
Easton A, Pewter S, Williams WH (2011). Neuroscience Nursing: Management of pateients with central system infecstions. In Woodward S (Ed) Neuroscience Nursing, Wiley-Blackwell, 396-426.  Abstract.
Evans JJ, Williams WH (2009). Caroline: Treating post-traumatic stress disorder after traumatic brain injury. In  (Ed) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: Theory, Models, Therapy, 227-236.  Abstract. DOI.
Evans JJ, Williams WH (2009). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. In Wilson BA, Gracey F, Evans JJ, Bateman A (Eds.) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Cambridge Univ Pr. Abstract.
wh W (2003). Neuropsychological rehabilitation. In Wilson BA, Zangwill OL (Eds.) Neuropsychological rehabilitation, Psychology Press. Abstract.
Williams WH, RSP J (1997). Cognitive-behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities. In Kroese BS, Dagnan D, Loumidis K (Eds.) Cognitive-behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities, Brunner-Routledge. Abstract.
RSP J, Miller B, Williams WH, Goldthorp J (1997). Cognitive-behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities. In Kroese BS, Dagnan D, Loumidis K (Eds.) Cognitive-behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities, Brunner-Routledge. Abstract.

Conferences

Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. Yates, P.J. (2005). A. Neuropsychological assessment of socio-emotional functioning in children.Presented at International Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Conference, University of Galway, Ireland, July 2005.
Roberts E, Goldman J, Williams WH, Egan D (2002). Can all COPD patients cope with pulmonary rehabilitation?.  Author URL.

Publications by year



In Press

Yates, P.J. Williams, W.H. Slater, A.M. (In Press). 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. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Mounce LTA, Williams WH, Harris A, Yates PJ, Llewellyn D (In Press). Deprivation increases risk of head versus orthopaedic injury in children and young people.
Jetten J, Haslam C, Haslam SA (In Press). The Social Cure: Identity, health and well-being., Psychology Press.
Chitsabesan, Prathiba, Lennox, Charlotte, Williams, Huw, Tariq, Omar, Shaw, Jenny WH (In Press). Traumatic Brain Injury in Juvenile Offenders: Findings from the Comprehensive Health Assessment Tool Study and the Development of a Specialist Linkworker Service.

2019

Clasby B, Bennett M, Hughes N, Hodges E, Meadham H, Hinder D, Williams H, Mewse A (2019). The consequences of traumatic brain injury from the classroom to the courtroom: understanding pathways through structural equation modelling. Disabil Rehabil, 1-10. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.

2018

Tonks J, Whitfield CK, Williams WH, Slater AM, Frampton IJ (2018). "Must try harder." is effort and performance validity testing a necessary part of pediatric neuropsychological assessment?. Appl Neuropsychol Child, 1-9. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Gerdes S (2018). Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Psychological Therapies.  Abstract.  Full text.
Williams WH, Chitsabesan P, Fazel S, McMillan T, Hughes N, Parsonage M, Tonks J (2018). Traumatic brain injury: a potential cause of violent crime?. The Lancet Psychiatry, 5(10), 836-844. Abstract. DOI.

2017

Tonks J, Williams WH, Slater A, Frampton I (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. Abstract. DOI.
McMillan TM, Williams H (2017). Neurobehavioural disability and the criminal justice system. In  (Ed) Neurobehavioural Disability and Social Handicap Following Traumatic Brain Injury, Second Edition, 57-68. DOI.
Maas AIR, Menon DK, Adelson PD, Andelic N, Bell MJ, Belli A, Bragge P, Brazinova A, Buerki A, Chesnut RM, et al (2017). Traumatic brain injury: integrated approaches to improve prevention, clinical care, and research. LANCET NEUROLOGY, 16(12), 987-1048. Author URL. DOI.

2016

Hughes N, Clasby B, Chitsabesan P, Williams H (2016). A systematic review of the prevalence of foetal alcohol syndrome disorders among young people in the criminal justice system. Cogent Psychology, 3(1). Abstract. DOI.

2015

Hughes N, Williams WH, Chitsabesan P, Walesby RC, Mounce LTA, Clasby B (2015). The prevalence of traumatic brain injury among young offenders in custody: a systematic review. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 30(2), 94-105. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, McAuliffe KA, Cohen MH, Parsonage M, Ramsbotham J, General the Lord David (2015). Traumatic brain injury and juvenile offending: complex causal links offer multiple targets to reduce crime. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 30(2), 69-74. Author URL. DOI.
Chitsabesan P, Lennox C, Williams H, Tariq O, Shaw J (2015). Traumatic brain injury in juvenile offenders: findings from the comprehensive health assessment tool study and the development of a specialist linkworker service. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 30(2), 106-115. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2014

Gardner AJ, Iverson GL, Williams WH, Baker S, Stanwell P (2014). A systematic review and meta-analysis of concussion in Rugby Union. Sports Medicine, 44(12), 1717-1731. Abstract. DOI.
Tonks J, Yates PJ, Williams HW, Frampton I, Slater A (2014). Measurement Issues: Neuropsychological assessment with children and adolescents; unlocking the mysticism, methods and measures with the help of Tom Swift. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 19(2), 151-158. Abstract. DOI.
Reuben A, Sampson P, Harris AR, Williams H, Yates P (2014). Postconcussion syndrome (PCS) in the emergency department: Predicting and pre-empting persistent symptoms following a mild traumatic brain injury. Emergency Medicine Journal, 31(1), 72-77. Abstract. DOI.
Reuben A, Sampson P, Harris AR, Williams H, Yates P (2014). Postconcussion syndrome (PCS) in the emergency department: predicting and pre-empting persistent symptoms following a mild traumatic brain injury. Emerg Med J, 31(1), 72-77. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2013

Tonks J, Yates PJ, Williams HW, Frampton I, Slater A (2013). Measurement Issues: Neuropsychological assessment with children and adolescents; unlocking the mysticism, methods and measures with the help of Tom Swift. Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Mounce LTA, Jones JM, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Williams WH (2013). Neurogenic and Psychogenic Acute Postconcussion Symptoms can be Identified After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 28, 397-405. DOI.
Mounce LTA, Williams WH, Jones JM, Harris A, Haslam SA, Jetten J (2013). Neurogenic and psychogenic acute postconcussion symptoms can be identified after mild traumatic brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 28(5), 397-405. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2012

Gardner A, Kay-Lambkin F, Stanwell P, Donnelly J, Williams WH, Hiles A, Schofield P, Levi C, Jones DK (2012). A systematic review of diffusion tensor imaging findings in sports-related concussion. J Neurotrauma, 29(16), 2521-2538. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Jones JM, Jetten J, Alexander Haslam S, Huw Williams WH (2012). Deciding to disclose: the importance of maintaining social relationships for well-being after acquired brain injury. , 255-271. DOI.
Davies RC, Williams WH, Hinder D, Burgess CNW, Mounce LTA (2012). Self-reported traumatic brain injury and postconcussion symptoms in incarcerated youth. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 27(3), E21-E27. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Ryland H, Williams WH, Zeman A, Murray J, Turner M (2012). The impact of neurological indicators of severity of concussion on neurocognitive performance in a sports population. BRAIN INJURY, 26(4-5), 627-628. Author URL.
Jones JM, Williams WH, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Harris A, Gleibs IH (2012). The role of psychological symptoms and social group memberships in the development of post-traumatic stress after traumatic injury. Br J Health Psychol, 17(4), 798-811. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2011

Tonks J, Williams WH, Mounce L, Harris D, Frampton I, Yates P, Slater A (2011). 'Trails B or not Trails B?' is attention-switching a useful outcome measure?. Brain Inj, 25(10), 958-964. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Tonks J, Williams WH, Yates P, Slater A (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. Clin Child Psychol Psychiatry, 16(2), 185-194. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Easton A, Pewter S, Williams WH (2011). Neuroscience Nursing: Management of pateients with central system infecstions. In Woodward S (Ed) Neuroscience Nursing, Wiley-Blackwell, 396-426.  Abstract.
Tonks J, Yates P, Frampton I, Williams WH, Harris D, Slater A (2011). Resilience and the mediating effects of executive dysfunction after childhood brain injury: a comparison between children aged 9-15 years with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Inj, 25(9), 870-881. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Jones JM, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Williams WH, Morris R, Saroyan S (2011). That which doesn't kill us can make us stronger (and more satisfied with life): the contribution of personal and social changes to well-being after acquired brain injury. PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 26(3), 353-369. Author URL. DOI.
Wall SE, Williams WH, Morris R, Bramham J (2011). The Development of a New Measure of Social-Emotional Functioning for Young Adolescents. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 16(3), 301-315.

2010

Williams WH (2010). Advances in measuring outcome for Children and Adolescents with Brain Injury. Brain Impairment
Redpath S, Williams WH, Hanna D, Linden MA, Yates PJ, Harris A (2010). Healthcare professionals’ attitudes towards traumatic brain injury (TBI): the influence of profession, experience, aetiology and blame on prejudice towards survivors of brain injury. Brain Injury, 24, 802-811. Abstract.
Williams WH, Potter S, Ryland H (2010). Mild traumatic brain injury and Postconcussion Syndrome: a neuropsychological perspective. JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY, 81(10), 1116-1122. Author URL. DOI.
Tonks J, Williams WH, Yates P, Frampton I, Slater AM (2010). Peer-relationship difficulties in children with brain injuries: comparisons with children in mental health services and healthy controls. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Williams WH, Giray G, Mewse AJ, Tonks J, Burgess CNW (2010). Traumatic Brain Injury in Young Offenders: a modifiable risk factor for re-offending, poor mental health and violence. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation an International Journal, 20(6), 801-812. Abstract. DOI.
Williams WH, Mewse AJ, Tonks J, Mills S, Burgess CNW, Cordan G (2010). Traumatic Brain injury in a Prison Population: Prevalence, and Risk for Re- Offending. Brain Injury, 24(10), 1184-1188. Abstract. DOI.

2009

Evans JJ, Williams WH (2009). Caroline: Treating post-traumatic stress disorder after traumatic brain injury. In  (Ed) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: Theory, Models, Therapy, 227-236.  Abstract. DOI.
Wilson BA, Evans JJ, Williams WH (2009). Memory Problems. , 136-165. DOI.
Evans JJ, Williams WH (2009). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. In Wilson BA, Gracey F, Evans JJ, Bateman A (Eds.) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Cambridge Univ Pr. Abstract.
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P. (2009). The development of emotion and empathy skills after childhood brain injury. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 51(1), 8-16. Abstract. DOI.
Tonks J, Slater AM, Frampton I, Wall SE, Yates P, Williams WH (2009). The development of emotion and empathy skills after childhood brain injury. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 51, 8-16.
Tonks J, Yates P, Slater A, Williams WH, Frampton I (2009). Visual-spatial functioning as an early indicator of socioemotional difficulties. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 12(5), 313-319. Abstract. DOI.
Tonks J, Yates P, Slater A, Williams WH, Frampton I (2009). Visual-spatial functioning as an early indicator of socioemotional difficulties. Dev Neurorehabil, 12(5), 313-319. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2008

Watkins, E.R. Williams, W.H. (2008). Depressive Rumination reduces specificity of Autobiographical Memory Recall in Acquired Brain Injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 14(1), 63-70. DOI.
Haslam C, Holme A, Haslam SA, Iyer A, Jetten J, Williams WH (2008). Maintaining group memberships: Social identity continuity predicts well-being after stroke. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 18(5-6), 671-691. Abstract. DOI.
Haslam C, Holme A, Haslam SA, Iyer A, Jetten J, Williams WH (2008). Maintaining group memberships: social identity continuity predicts well-being after stroke. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 18(5-6), 671-691. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Turkstra LS, Williams WH, Tonks J, Frampton I (2008). Measuring social cognition in adolescents: implications for students with TBI returning to school. NeuroRehabilitation, 23(6), 501-509. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tonks J, Williams WH, Yates P, Frampton I, Wall SE, Slater AM (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.
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P. (2008). Reading emotions after childhood brain injury: Case series evidence of dissociation between cognitive abilities and emotional expression processing skills. Brain Injury
Chasey, R. Williams, W.H. (2008). The Role of schema and appraisals in the development of post-traumatic stress symptoms following birth. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 26(2).
Roundhill, S.J. Williams, W.H. & Hughes, J.M. (2008). The experience of loss following traumatic brain injury: Applying a bereavement model to the process of adjustment. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 4 DOI.
Edworthy Z, Chasey R, Williams H (2008). The role of schema and appraisals in the development of post-traumatic stress symptoms following birth. JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTIVE AND INFANT PSYCHOLOGY, 26(2), 123-138. Author URL. DOI.

2007

Williams, H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). Assessing emotional recognition in 9 to 15 year olds: preliminary analysis of abilities in reading emotion from faces, voices and eyes. Brain Injury, 21, 623-629.
Hooper L, Williams WH, Sarah EW, Chua K-C (2007). Caregiver distress, coping and parenting styles in cases of childhood encephalitis. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 17(4-5), 621-637. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams, W.H. (2007). Encephalitis: Assessment and Rehabilitation across the Lifespan. Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. , Psychology Press.
Williams WH, Haslam C, Kay J, Pewter S (2007). Neuropsychological and psychiatric profiles in acute encephalitis in adults. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17, 478-505.
Williams, H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). Reading emotions after child brain injury: a comparison between children with brain injury and non-injured controls. Brain Injury
Williams (2007). Stress, parental style and coping in children with encephalitis. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Williams, W.H. Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. (2007). The neurological bases of emotional dys-regulation arising from brain injury in childhood: a “when and where” heuristic. Brain Impairment, 8, 143-153

2006

Williams WH, Harris A, Round A, Yates PJ (2006). An epidemiological study of head injuries in a UK population attending an emergency department. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 77(5), 699-701. DOI.
Williams WH, Cartwright-Hatton S, Kelly TP, Wall SE (2006). Neuropsychological dysfunction following repeat concussion in jockeys. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 77(4), 518-520. DOI.
Williams, W.H. Yates, P. Harris, A. (2006). Social emotional problem solving and carer stress in traumatic brain injured survivors. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Williams, W.H. Yates, P.J. Harris, A. (2006). Spousal relationship satisfaction following acquired brain injury: the role of insight and socio-emotional skill. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17(1), 95-105.

2005

Frampton, I. Yates, P.J. Yates, P.J. (2005). A. Neuropsychological assessment of socio-emotional functioning in children.Presented at International Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Conference, University of Galway, Ireland, July 2005.

2003

Fleminger, S. Oiver, D. (2003). Assessment and Management of Depression in Acquired Brain Injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Special Issue, 65-89.
Evans, J.J. (2003). Bio-psychosocial Approaches for Mood and Behaviour Disorders in Neuro-rehabilitation. Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. , Psychology Press.
Williams WH, Evans JJ (2003). Brain injury and emotion: an overview to a special issue on biopsychosocial approaches in neurorehabilitation. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13(1-2), 1-11. Abstract.
Williams WH, Evans JJ (2003). Brain injury and emotion: an overview to a special issue on biopsychosocial approaches in neurorehabilitation. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 13(1-2), 1-11. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
wh W (2003). Neuropsychological rehabilitation. In Wilson BA, Zangwill OL (Eds.) Neuropsychological rehabilitation, Psychology Press. Abstract.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Fleminger S (2003). Neurorehabilitation and cognitive-behaviour therapy of anxiety disorders after brain injury: an overview and a case illustration of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 13(1-2), 133-148. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Wilson BA (2003). Neurorehabilitation for two cases of post-traumatic stress disorder following traumatic brain injury. Cogn Neuropsychiatry, 8(1), 1-18. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Fleminger S, Oliver D (2003). The neuropsychiatry of depression after brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13(1-2), 65-87. DOI.

2002

Evans, J.J. Wilson, B.A. (2002).  Prevalence of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in a representative community sample. Brain Injury, 16(8), 673-679. DOI.
Evans, J.J. Fleminger, S. (2002). Assessment and Management of Anxiety Disorders in Acquired Brain Injury. Special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1, 133-148.
Evans, J.J. (2002). Bio-psychosocial Approaches for Mood and Behaviour Disorders in Neuro-rehabilitation: an overview of. Special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-12.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Wilson BA, Needham P (2002). Brief report: prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms after severe traumatic brain injury in a representative community sample. Brain Inj, 16(8), 673-679. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Roberts E, Goldman J, Williams WH, Egan D (2002). Can all COPD patients cope with pulmonary rehabilitation?.  Author URL.
Williams, W.H. (2002). Memory Booster Workout:10 steps for a better memory.
Evans, J.J. Wilson, B.A. (2002). Neurological Rehabilitation for Posttraumatic Stress symptoms after Traumatic Brain Injury. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 8(1), 1-18.
Williams WH, Evans JJ, Needham P, Wilson BA (2002). Neurological, cognitive and attributional predictors of reports of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms after traumatic brain injury. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 15(5), 397-400. DOI.
Williams, W.H. Bryant, R. (2002). Post-traumatic Stress Disorder after Traumatic Brain Injury: a review of Causal mechanisms, assessment and treatment. Special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1, 149-164.

1999

Williams WH, Evans JJ, Wilson BA (1999). Outcome Measures for Survivors of Acquired Brain Injury in Day and Outpatient Neurorehabilitation Programmes. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 9(3-4), 421-436. DOI.

1998

Williams WH, Williams JMG, Ghadiali EJ (1998). Autobiographical memory in traumatic brain injury: Neuropsychological and mood predictors of recall. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 8(1), 43-60. Abstract. DOI.

1997

Williams WH, RSP J (1997). Cognitive-behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities. In Kroese BS, Dagnan D, Loumidis K (Eds.) Cognitive-behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities, Brunner-Routledge. Abstract.
RSP J, Miller B, Williams WH, Goldthorp J (1997). Cognitive-behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities. In Kroese BS, Dagnan D, Loumidis K (Eds.) Cognitive-behaviour therapy for people with learning disabilities, Brunner-Routledge. Abstract.

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External Engagement and Impact

Committee/panel activities

Professional bodies

Deputy Chair – Policy Unit British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Division of neuropsychology (DoN)

2008-2011 –DoN representative on the Professional Practice Board of BPS

2007-2011: Chair of the Executive Committee of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Neuropsychology

2011-12: Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee of the British Psychological Society’s  Division of Neuropsychology

2010- ongoing  - Chair of Brain Injury and Justice Group of Professional Affairs Board of BPS

2012: Chair of BPS DoN committee for Awards to Distinguished and Early Career Neuropsychologists

Policy and Parliamentary activities

Representative for the British Psychological Society’s (BPS for the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) review of their Head Injury management guidance

Lead expert for the Dept. of Health (DoH) for development of TBI assessments for the Criminal Justice System with Offender Health Research Network

Founding Co-chair of law and brain injury stakeholder consortium for Parliamentary activities – Criminal Justice and Acquired Brain Injury (CJAABIG)

2016: Evidence to Justice Committee, Parliament of the UKNI, London on vulnerable young adult offenders.

 https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/justice-committee/inquiries/parliament-2015/young-adult-offenders/

https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201617/cmselect/cmjust/169/169.pdf

2018-2019: Advisor: United Nations office on Drugs and Crime (UNoDC) re: Neuroscience (development, adversity and injury) and crime re: development of training [2 E-Books of the UNODC Training Manuals on Prevention of Child Recruitment by Terrorist and Violent Extremist Groups and Justice for Children in the Context of Counter-Terrorism]

2018-19  Advisor & Co-Author: United Nations Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty (with University of Melbourne re: Health conditions): https://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/CRC/StudyChildrenDeprivedLiberty/Pages/Index.aspx

2015-on Ministry of Justice UK:  ad hoc advisory roles re: research to practice in adult (2018 –on) and in young offenders (2019- on). Giving advice to Secretary of State (Rght Hon. Gove MP) and Strategy Group re: TBI & Crime

2019 Advisor - Howard League UK: Sentencing Guidelines:

https://howardleague.org/news/howard-league-proposes-five-principles-that-ought-to-be-applied-when-sentencing-young-adults/

2018-on: Member of Board of Directors: International Concussion & Head Injury Research Foundation

https://www.ichirf.org/

2018-on: Advisor: Breaking Ground Heritage (Veterans re-settlement programme)

http://www.breakinggroundheritage.org.uk/


Editorial responsibilities

2003-2007 Guest Editor – Special issues in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (see below) 2 volumes (2003 and in 2007)

2005 on Editorial Board of Brain Impairment

2010 on Editorial Board of Neurodisability & Psychotherapy

2011 on Editorial Board of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation


Other

Additional roles

Trustee - Headway Devon (2003 -2006): Headway is the major charity for providing post-acute care and support for people with neurological problems. Dr Williams was been a Trustee and advisor for 3 years.

From 2006: Honorary Clinical Neuropsychologist, Emergency Department, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, advising on and developing research initiatives that have developed from previous work with the department to identify trends in presentations to A&E (particularly in terms of brain injury) and develop protocols for audit and health protection in long term. South west wide clinical research in emergency medicine have now been developed to provide local and regional data for health protection and management. This now includes a new head injury service at the A&E department.


Workshops organised

Conference Committee & Reviewer for International Neuropsychology Society conference on Neuro-rehabilitation, Uluru, Australia, 2004 Conference

Committee & Reviewer for International Neuropsychology Society conference, Dublin, 2005

Program Chair: Satellite Joint conference of International Neuropsychology Society, Irish Psychological Association and Division of Neuropsychology of British Psychological Society, Galway, 2005

Conference Committee & Reviewer of papers for International Neuropsychology Society Satellite conference, Leichtenstein, 2006

Teaching

Undergraduate: year 1, Clinical Psychology

MSc Modules in Clinical Neuropsychology

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology - Clinical Neuropsychology

Modules

2019/20


Supervision / Group

Postgraduate researchers

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