Elliot Bell
Elliot Bell
Massey University
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Coping with multiple sclerosis as a couple:‘peaks and troughs’–an interpretative phenomenological exploration
P Boland, WMM Levack, S Hudson, EM Bell
Disability and Rehabilitation 34 (16), 1367-1375, 2012
Motivational interviewing to enhance adolescent mental health treatment engagement: A randomized clinical trial
S Dean, E Britt, E Bell, J Stanley, S Collings
Psychological medicine 46 (9), 1961-1969, 2016
Is implicit sequence learning impaired in schizophrenia? A meta-analysis
RJ Siegert, M Weatherall, EM Bell
Brain and cognition 67 (3), 351-359, 2008
The Christchurch mosque shooting, the media, and subsequent gun control reform in New Zealand: a descriptive analysis
S Every-Palmer, R Cunningham, M Jenkins, E Bell
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 28 (2), 274-285, 2021
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder in adults with serious mental illness within forensic and rehabilitation services …
S Every-Palmer, T Flewett, S Dean, O Hansby, A Colman, M Weatherall, ...
Trials 20, 1-14, 2019
Systematic exploration of countertransference phenomena in the treatment of patients at risk for suicide
T Soulié, E Bell, G Jenkin, D Sim, S Collings
Archives of suicide research 24 (1), 96-118, 2020
A scoping review of suicidality and alexithymia: The need to consider interoception
S Davey, J Halberstadt, E Bell, S Collings
Journal of Affective Disorders 238, 424-441, 2018
The assessment of theory of mind in schizophrenia.
EM Bell, R Langdon, RJ Siegert, PM Ellis
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2010
A qualitative exploration of barriers and facilitators to coping experienced by couples when one has multiple sclerosis
P Boland, WMM Levack, S Hudson, E Bell
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 25 (5), 240-246, 2018
Where is emotional feeling felt in the body? An integrative review
S Davey, J Halberstadt, E Bell
PloS one 16 (12), e0261685, 2021
Where is an emotion? Using targeted visceroception as a method of improving emotion regulation in healthy participants to inform suicide prevention initiatives: a randomised …
S Davey, E Bell, J Halberstadt, S Collings
Trials 21, 1-18, 2020
Comparing psychopathology rates across autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disabilities
M Matthews, E Bell, B Mirfin-Veitch
Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities 12 (5/6), 163-172, 2018
Anosognosia and schizophrenia–a reminder
JD Little, E Bell
Australasian Psychiatry 29 (3), 344-345, 2021
Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy in prison and forensic services: a qualitative study of lived experience
S Every-Palmer, B Ross, T Flewett, E Rutledge, O Hansby, E Bell
European journal of psychotraumatology 14 (2), 2282029, 2023
Learning from clinicians’ positive inclination to suicidal patients: A grounded theory model
T Soulie, W Levack, G Jenkin, S Collings, E Bell
Death studies 46 (2), 485-494, 2022
A cohort study of the association between psychosocial factors and pain in patients with Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke
M Adams, M Weatherall, E Bell
NeuroRehabilitation 45 (3), 419-427, 2019
The lived experience of older adults’ adjustment to amputation in the context of wheelchair use
L Lopez, F Graham, E Bell, EJC Hay-Smith
New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy 45 (2), 67–74-67–74, 2017
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy compared to usual treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder in adults with psychosis in forensic settings …
S Every-Palmer, T Flewett, S Dean, O Hansby, A Freeland, M Weatherall, ...
Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 2024
A realist review of residential treatment for adults with substance use disorder
HF De Salis, R Martin, Z Mansoor, G Newton‐Howes, E Bell
Drug and Alcohol Review 42 (4), 827-842, 2023
Using targeted visceroception to improve interoceptive sensibility and emotion regulation
S Davey, E Bell, J Halberstadt
New Ideas in Psychology 68, 100989, 2023
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