Margaret Newson

Consultant Profile

Name: Margaret Newson
Qualifications: BSc, MA, PhD, CPsychol, AFBPsS
Specialities: Clinical Neuropsychology
Clinical Research Interests: Early detection of dementia, predicting outcome in epilepsy surgery, cognitive test validity
Year Qualified: 1999
Appointments NHS: Neuropsychology Department, Frenchay Hospital, North Bristol NHS Trust
University Posts: Honorary Senior Lecturer, Dept of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol. Teaching on the MSc Applied Neuropsychology and Post Grad Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology courses.
Membership of National Professional Societies: Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, Member of the Specialist Register in Clinical Neuropsychology, International Neuropsychological Society, Health Professions Council Registered.
Publications: Haddock, G.G., Newson, M.A., & Haworth, J. (2011). Do memory-impaired individuals report stable attitudes? British Journal of Social Psychology, 50(2), 234-245. Bird, J.M., Newson, M, & Dembny, K. (2009). Epilepsy and automatism. In S. Young, M. Kopelman, & G Gudjonsson (Eds.), Forensic Neuropsychology in Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Bunnage, M., Eichinger, C., Pearce, N., Duckworth, A., & Newson, M. (2008). Criterion validity of the Word Memory Test: An audit of a sample of patients assessed for clinical not litigious reasons. Poster Presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the International Neuropsychological Society, Feb 6th-9th, Waikoloa Hawaii USA. Brown, M., Newson, M., Haworth, J., & Wilcock, G. (2005). Time of day effects on cognition in Alzheimer’s Disease and Age-Associated Cognitive Decline. Journal of Brain Impairment, 6(3), 212-218.
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