Agnes Shiel
Agnes Shiel
Professor
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TitleCited byYear
Errorless learning in the rehabilitation of memory impaired people
BA Wilson, A Baddeley, J Evans, A Shiel
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 4 (3), 307-326, 1994
5251994
The Wessex Head Injury Matrix (WHIM) main scale: a preliminary report on a scale to assess and monitor patient recovery after severe head injury
A Shiel, SA Horn, BA Wilson, MJ Watson, MJ Campbell, DL McLellan
Clinical Rehabilitation 14 (4), 408-416, 2000
2412000
Auditory sustained attention is a marker of unilateral spatial neglect
IH Robertson, T Manly, N Beschin, R Daini, H Haeske-Dewick, ...
Neuropsychologia 35 (12), 1527-1532, 1997
2381997
The Cambridge prospective memory test: CAMPROMPT
BA Wilson
Pearson Assessment, 2005
1632005
The effects of increased rehabilitation therapy after brain injury: results of a prospective controlled trial
A Shiel, JPS Burn, D Henry, J Clark, BA Wilson, ME Burnett, DL McLellan
Clinical Rehabilitation 15 (5), 501-514, 2001
1342001
What is the locus of the errorless-learning advantage?
M Page, BA Wilson, A Shiel, G Carter, D Norris
Neuropsychologia 44 (1), 90-100, 2006
992006
Effect of posture on levels of arousal and awareness in vegetative and minimally conscious state patients: a preliminary investigation
L Elliott, M Coleman, A Shiel, BA Wilson, D Badwan, D Menon, J Pickard
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 76 (2), 298-299, 2005
792005
Assessing subtle memory impairments in the everyday memory performance of brain injured people: exploring the potential of the Extended Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test
P Wills, L Clare, P Wills, A Shiel, BA Wilson
Brain Injury 14 (8), 693-704, 2000
772000
Long-term retention deficits in two cases of disproportionate retrograde amnesia
N Kapur, K Scholey, E Moore, S Barker, J Brice, S Thompson, A Shiel, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 8 (5), 416-434, 1996
681996
Behavioural approaches in neuropsychological rehabilitation: Optimising rehabilitation procedures
BA Wilson, CM Herbert, A Shiel
Psychology Press, 2004
672004
Wessex head injury matrix and Glasgow/Glasgow-Liege Coma Scale: a validation and comparison study
S Majerus, MV De Linden, A Shiel
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 10 (2), 167-184, 2000
642000
An evaluation of neurobehavioural problems as perceived by family members and levels of family stress 1–3 years following traumatic brain injury in Japan
Y Watanabe, A Shiel, T Asami, K Taki, K Tabuchi
Clinical Rehabilitation 14 (2), 172-177, 2000
492000
Improving quality of life for older people in long-stay care settings in Ireland
Y McGivern
Dublin: National Council on Ageing and Older People, 2006
402006
How does post-traumatic amnesia differ from the amnesic syndrome and from chronic memory impairment?
BA Wilson, A Baddeley, A Shiel, G Patton
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 2 (3), 231-243, 1992
401992
The Wessex head injury matrix (WHIM)
A Shiel, BA Wilson, L McLellan, S Horn, M Watson
Bury St Edmunds: Thames Valley Tests Company, 2000
382000
Performance of stroke patients on the Middlesex Elderly Assessment of Mental State
A Shiel, BA Wilson
Clinical Rehabilitation 6 (4), 283-289, 1992
261992
Assessment after extremely severe head injury in a case of life or death: further support for McMillan
A Shiel, BA Wilson
Brain Injury 12 (10), 809-816, 1998
251998
A review of behavioural assessment scales for monitoring recovery in and after coma with pilot data on a new scale of visual awareness
S Horn, A Shiel, L McLellan, M Campbell, M Watson, B Wilson
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 3 (2), 121-137, 1993
251993
Can behaviours observed in the early stages of recovery after traumatic brain injury predict poor outcome?
A Shiel, BA Wilson
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 15 (3-4), 494-502, 2005
232005
Difficulties in diagnosing the vegetative state
A Shiel, L Gelling, B Wilson, M Coleman, JD Pickard
British journal of neurosurgery 18 (1), 5-7, 2004
232004
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