Miranda Wheeler
Miranda Wheeler
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
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Living well with neurological conditions: Evaluation of an ACT-informed group intervention for psychological adjustment in outpatients with neurological problems
G Hill, N Hynd, M Wheeler, A Tarran-Jones, H Carrabine, S Evans
The Neuropsychologist 3, 58-63, 2017
Confirmatory factor analysis of WAIS-IV in a clinical sample: Examining a bi-factor model
R Collinson, S Evans, M Wheeler, D Brechin, J Moffitt, G Hill, S Muncer
Journal of Intelligence 5 (1), 2, 2016
Unravelling the complex interactions between self-awareness, cognitive change, and mood at 6-months post-stroke using the Y-shaped model
M Wheeler, OA Williams, L Johns, EG Chiu, ED Slavkova, N Demeyere
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 33 (4), 680-702, 2023
“I sort of never felt like I should be worried about it or that I could be worried about it’” an interpretative phenomenological analysis of perceived barriers to disclosure by …
M Wheeler, AL David, J Kennedy, M Knight
British Journal of Health Psychology 27 (4), 1296-1313, 2022
Estimating verbal fluency and naming ability from the test of premorbid functioning and demographic variables: Regression equations derived from a regional UK sample
TM Jenkinson, S Muncer, M Wheeler, D Brechin, S Evans
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 57 (2), 135-147, 2018
A family-based intervention supporting communication and adjustment in a family living with multiple sclerosis.
M Wheeler, V Blaze, K Blaze, A Daisley
Neuropsychologist, 2022
Who is my doctor to me? An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Perceived Barriers to Disclosure by Young People with Coeliac Disease
M Wheeler, M., David, A. L., Kennedy, J., & Knight
European Paediatric Psychology Conference, 2021
Working and living in the same storm: Reflections on the experience of working in a neurorehabilitation service during the roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine programmes.
C Preston, M Wheeler
Neuropsychologist, 2021
Severity of Post-Stroke Cognitive Impairment Moderates the Relationship Between Cognitive Change and Emotional Distress in the Months Following Stroke.
N Wheeler, M., Williams, O. A., Johns, L., Chiu, E. G., Slavkova, E. D ...
OPSYRIS Annual Meeting, 2021
The Relationship Between Cognitive Performance Assessments and the Mental Capacity Functional Test: A Systematic Review
M Wheeler, E Milosevich, NS King, N Demeyere
PsyArXiv, 2021
Miranda Erin Wheeler-Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the degree of Doctor of Clinical Psychology (DClinPsych)
M Wheeler
University of Oxford, 2021
Does severity of post-stroke cognitive impairment moderate the relationship between cognitive change and emotional distress in the months following stroke?
M Wheeler
University of Oxford, 2021
CBT treatment of depression and low self-esteem in an individual with a mild learning disability
A Wheeler, M., & Price
Bulletin of the FPID 18, 32-39, 2020
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