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Research staff regularly publish in prestigious high impact journals.

Please see below for a list of papers from members of the Research Centre in Brain and Behaviour. You’ll also find publications related to each of the research groups. If you would like a copy of one of the papers listed, then please check for availability on the LJMU research repository. Alternatively, you can contact the author via their LJMU email address to request a copy.

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76 papers found

  • A mobile lifelogging platform to measure anxiety and anger during real-life driving

    Dobbins C and Fairclough S

    Publish date:2017

  • A participatory action research intervention to support health professionals improve communication with South Asian patients with Type 2 diabetes

    Newson L, Patel T and Kanayo U and Poole H

    Publish date:2017

  • A participatory action research intervention to support health professionals improve communication with South Asian patients with Type 2 diabetes

    Newson L, Patel T and Kanayo U and Poole H

    Publish date:2017

  • Adapting to Aging: Older People Talk About Their Use of Selection, Optimization, and Compensation to Maximize Well-being in the Context of Physical Decline

    Carpentieri JD, Elliott J and Brett CE and Deary IJ

    Publish date:2017

  • Adults with learning disabilities experiences of using community dental services: Service user and carer perspectives

    Lees C, Poole H and Brennan M and Irvine F

    Publish date:2017

  • An intra-neural microstimulation system for ultra-high field magnetic resonance imaging and magnetoencephalography

    Glover PM, Watkins RH, O'Neill GC, Ackerley R, Sanchez-Panchuelo R, McGlone F, Brookes MJ and Wessberg J and Francis ST

    Publish date:2017

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