Publications

 

 

Giles, G. M,, Baxter, D., & Manchester, D. (2014). Alternatives to extinction in brain injury rehabilitation. A reply to Wood and Thomas, Brain Injury, 28:3, 382-383.

 

Giles G., Scott K., and Manchester, D. (2013). Staff reported antecedents to aggression in a post acute brain injury treatment program: What are they and what implications do they have for treatment? Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 23(5), 732-754.

 

Giles G. M., and Manchester D. (2006). Two approaches to behaviour disorder rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 21(2), 168-178.

 

Jackson H., and Manchester D. (2001). Towards the development of brain injury specialists.  NeuroRehabilitation,16, 27-40.

 

Manchester, D. (2014). Motivational Interviewing: Practice Guide for Practitioners who Support People with Disability. Department of Family and Community Services, Ageing, Disability and Home Care. New South Wales Government.

Manchester D., and Harkness, T. (2015). Violence risk assessment. Practice guide for psychologists who support people with a disability. Department of Family and Community Services, Ageing, Disability and Home Care. New South Wales Government.

 

Manchester, D. (2014). Building sector capacity to enhance behaviour support for individuals with traumatic brain injury living in the community: An appreciative inquiry approach. Lifetime Care and Support Authority, Safety, Return to Work and Support. New South Wales Government.

 

 

 

Manchester D., Priestley, N., and Jackson H.  (2004). The assessment of executive functioning.  Coming out of the office.  Brain Injury, 18(11), 1067-1081.

Manchester D., and Wood R.LL. (2001). Applying cognitive therapy in neurobehavioural rehabilitation.  In R.Ll Wood and T.M. McMillan [Eds]  Rehabilitation of Neurobehavioural Disability and Social Handicap Following Traumatic Brain Injury.  Hove:  Psychology Press.

 

Manchester D., Hodgkinson A., Pfaff A and Nguyen G.  (1997). A non-aversive approach to reducing hospital absconding in a head injured adolescent boy.  Brain Injury, 11, 271-277.

 

Manchester D., Hodgkinson A and Casey T. (1997). Prolonged, severe behavioural disturbance following traumatic brain injury: What can be done?  Brain Injury, 11, 605-617.

 

Manchester D. (1993). Neuroleptics, intellectual disability and the community: some history and mystery. The British Medical Journal, July 17: 384-387.

Priestley, N. & Manchester, D. (2020). The courts, neuropsychologists and Covid-19: The

case for tele-neuropsychology. The Neuropsychologist, 10, 21-28. 

Priestley, N., and Manchester, D. (2014). Presenting evidence of executive functions deficit in court. Why is behaviour so important? Personal Injury Brief Update Law Journal, 1st March 2014

 

Priestley, N., Manchester, D., Aram, R. (2013). Presenting evidence of executive functions deficit in court: Issues for the expert neuropsychologist. Journal of Personal Injury Law, 4, 241-248.

 

 

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