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2013The case for social-cognitive remediation in schizophrenia: A life well lived is more than remission from psychosisHarris, Anthony; Coltheart, Max; Langdon, Robyn; Marsh, Pamela; Western Clinical School: Psychological MedicineThe case for social-cognitive remediation in schizophrenia: A life well lived is more than remission from psychosis, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, vol.47, 6, 2013,pp 512-515
2005Characterizing the Motor Execution Stage of Speech Production: Consonantal Effects on Delayed Naming Latency and Onset DurationCroot, Karen; Coltheart, Max; Harrington, Jonathan M; Rastle, Kathleen; PsychologyCharacterizing the Motor Execution Stage of Speech Production: Consonantal Effects on Delayed Naming Latency and Onset Duration, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol.31,(5),2005,pp 1083-1095
2008Delusions and reasoning: A study involving cognitive behavioural therapyBrakoulias, Vlasios (Bill); Harris, Anthony; Meares, Russell; Coltheart, Max; Langdon,, R; Sloss, Gordon; Nepean Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; Medicine Faculty Office; Western Clinical School: Psychological MedicineDelusions and reasoning: A study involving cognitive behavioural therapy, Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, vol.13,(2),2008,pp 148-165
2004Enlarged Temporal Lobes In Turner Syndrome: An X-Chromosome Effect?Christodoulou, John; Cowell, Christopher; Joy, Pamela; Rae, Caroline; Coltheart, Max; Harasty, Jenny A; Kemp, Allan; Kuan, Stacey; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child Health; Molecular & Microbial BioscienEnlarged Temporal Lobes In Turner Syndrome: An X-Chromosome Effect?, Cerebral Cortex, vol.14,(2),2004,pp 156-164
2009Face inversion superiority in a case of prosopagnosia following congenital brain abnormalities: What can it tell us about the specificity and origin of face-processing mechanisms?Harris, Irina; Coltheart, Max; Palermo, Romina; Schmalzl, Laura; PsychologyFace inversion superiority in a case of prosopagnosia following congenital brain abnormalities: What can it tell us about the specificity and origin of face-processing mechanisms?, Cognitive Neuropsychology, vol.26, 3,pp 286-306
2013An open clinical trial assessing a novel training program for social cognitive impairment in schizophreniaHarris, Anthony; Coltheart, Max; Langdon, Robyn; Marsh, Pamela; McGuire, Jonathan; Polito, Vince; Western Clinical School: Psychological MedicineAn open clinical trial assessing a novel training program for social cognitive impairment in schizophrenia, Australasian Psychiatry, vol.21, 2, 2013,pp 122-126
2016A quasi-randomized feasibility pilot study of specific treatments to improve emotion recognition and mental-state reasoning impairments in schizophreniaHarris, Anthony; Coltheart, Max; Langdon, Robyn; Marsh, Pamela; Polito, Vince; Singh, Subba; Western Clinical School: Psychological MedicineA quasi-randomized feasibility pilot study of specific treatments to improve emotion recognition and mental-state reasoning impairments in schizophrenia, BMC Psychiatry, vol.16, 1, 2016,pp 1-15
2010Remediation of Facial Emotion Recognition in Schizophrenia: Functional Predictors, Generalizability, and DurabilityHarris, Anthony; Coltheart, Max; Green, Melissa; Marsh, Pamela; McGuire, Jonathan; Russell, Tamara; Western Clinical School: Psychological MedicineRemediation of Facial Emotion Recognition in Schizophrenia: Functional Predictors, Generalizability, and Durability, American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, vol.13, 2,pp 143-170
2002The role of affect and reasoning in a patient with a delusion of misidentification.Caine, Diana; Breen, Nora; Coltheart, Max; PsychologyThe role of affect and reasoning in a patient with a delusion of misidentification., Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, vol.7,(2),2002,pp 113-137