Dr Stephen Dunne, Ph.D
(email at email@example.com)
My main research interest is clinical neuropsychology, specifically clinial rehabilitation and vision. I am involved in investigating compensatory interventions for sufferers of visual field defects. I currently manage the Durham Reading and Exploration (DREX) training research project, which is an app developed for the rehabilitation of partial visual loss. For more information take a look at our links below:-
- Yeates, G, Rowberry, M, Dunne, S, Goshawk, M, Mahadevan, M, Tyerman, R, Salter, M, Hillier, M, Berry, A & Tyerman, A (2016). Social cognition and executive functioning predictors of supervisors' appraisal of interpersonal behaviour in the workplace following acquired brain injury. NeuroRehabilitation 38(3): 299.
- Dunne, S., Ellison, A. & Smith, D.T. (2015). Rewards modulate saccade latency but not exogenous spatial attention. Frontiers in Psychology 6: 1080.
- 2016: An examination of factors influencing the success of a training app for individuals with a partial visual loss (£68644.00 from The Dunhill Medical Trust)
- 2015: Seedcorn Impact Funding: Rehabiliation of visual deficits following brain injury; getting training into clinical practice