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Health Sciences profile

Dr Elliot Bell

PositionLecturer
DepartmentsDepartment of Medicine (UOW), Department of Psychological Medicine (UOW)
QualificationsMA PGDipClinPsych MNZCP PhD
Research summarysocial cognition and neuro-cognition in mental disorders

Research

I completed my PhD thesis on the measurement of theory of mind functioning in schizophrenia, and from this I have developed research interests in social cognition and neurocognition in mental disorders. and psychometrics. I have additional research interests in cognitive behaviour therapy, mental health rehabilitation, intellectual disability, forensic rehabilitation, resilience, and psychological factors in rehabilitation from physical health conditions.

My clinical background is primarily in public mental health services, and I currently work clinically as a private practitioner. My clinical interests include cognitive behaviour therapy, depression, anxiety, trauma, and positive psychology. I am a Fellow of the New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists (NZCCP), past president of the NZCCP, and am currently a member of the New Zealand Psychologists Board.

Publications

Lopez, L., Graham, F., Bell, E., & Hay-Smith, E. J. C. (2017). The lived experience of older adults' adjustment to amputation in the context of wheelchair use. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 45(2), 67-74. doi: 10.15619/NZJP/45.2.03

Dean, S., Britt, E., Bell, E., Stanley, J., & Collings, S. (2016). Motivational interviewing to enhance adolescent mental health treatment engagement: A randomized clinical trial. Psychological Medicine, 46(9), 1961-1969. doi: 10.1017/s0033291716000568

Boland, P., Levack, W. M. M., Hudson, S., & Bell, E. M. (2012). Coping with multiple sclerosis as a couple: 'Peaks and troughs': An interpretative phenomenological exploration. Disability & Rehabilitation, 34(16), 1367-1375. doi: 10.3109/09638288.2011.645115

Bell, E. M., Langdon, R., Siegert, R. J., & Ellis, P. M. (2010). The assessment of theory of mind in schizophrenia. In G. Dimaggio & P. H. Lysaker (Eds.), Metacognition and severe adult mental disorders: From research to treatment. (pp. 115-133). Hove, UK: Routledge.

Siegert, R. J., Weatherall, M., & Bell, E. M. (2008). Is implicit sequence learning impaired in schizophrenia? A meta-analysis. Brain & Cognition, 67, 351-359. doi: 10.1016/j.bandc.2008.02.005

Chapter in Book - Research

Bell, E. M., Langdon, R., Siegert, R. J., & Ellis, P. M. (2010). The assessment of theory of mind in schizophrenia. In G. Dimaggio & P. H. Lysaker (Eds.), Metacognition and severe adult mental disorders: From research to treatment. (pp. 115-133). Hove, UK: Routledge.

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Journal - Research Article

Lopez, L., Graham, F., Bell, E., & Hay-Smith, E. J. C. (2017). The lived experience of older adults' adjustment to amputation in the context of wheelchair use. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 45(2), 67-74. doi: 10.15619/NZJP/45.2.03

Dean, S., Britt, E., Bell, E., Stanley, J., & Collings, S. (2016). Motivational interviewing to enhance adolescent mental health treatment engagement: A randomized clinical trial. Psychological Medicine, 46(9), 1961-1969. doi: 10.1017/s0033291716000568

Boland, P., Levack, W. M. M., Hudson, S., & Bell, E. M. (2012). Coping with multiple sclerosis as a couple: 'Peaks and troughs': An interpretative phenomenological exploration. Disability & Rehabilitation, 34(16), 1367-1375. doi: 10.3109/09638288.2011.645115

Siegert, R. J., Weatherall, M., & Bell, E. M. (2008). Is implicit sequence learning impaired in schizophrenia? A meta-analysis. Brain & Cognition, 67, 351-359. doi: 10.1016/j.bandc.2008.02.005

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