Short CV/Education and training

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    PhD, Psychiatry, University of Dundee

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    MLitt., University College Dublin

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    B.A. University College Dublin

Selected publications

  • Stewart, T, Hunter, S. & Rhodes, S.M. (2017). Autobiographical memory specificity in children and adolescence: A systematic review of the CaR-FA-X model. Memory, 25, 9, 1161-1190.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Booth, J. Campbell, L.E., Blythe, R.A., Wheate, N. & Delibegovic, M. (2016). Executive functions predict conceptual learning of science. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 34, 2, 261-275. .

  • Palmer, L.E., Durkin, K. & Rhodes, S.M. (2015). Checking behaviours, prospective memory and executive functions. Behaviour Change, 32, 2, 74-92.

  • Coghill, D.R. Hayward, D. Rhodes, S.M., Grimmer, C. & Matthews, K. (2014). A longitudinal examination of neuropsychological and clinical functioning in boys with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): improvements in executive functioning do not explain clinical improvement. Psychological Medicine, 44, 5, 1087-1099.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Booth, J. Campbell, L.E., Blythe, R.A., Wheate, N. & Delibegovic, M. (2014). Evidence for a role of executive functions in learning biology. Infant and Child Development, 23, 1, 67-83.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Park, J., Seth, S.A. Coghill, D.R. (2012). A comprehensive investigation of memory functioning in ADHD and ODD. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 53, 2, 128-137.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Riby, D.M., Fraser, E., & Campbell, L.E. (2011). The extent of working memory deficits associated with Williams syndrome: Exploration of verbal and spatial domains and executively controlled processes. Brain and Cognition, 77, 2, 208-214.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Riby, D.M., Matthews, K. Coghill, D.R. (2011). ADHD and Williams syndrome: shared behavioural and neuropsychological profiles. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 33, 1,147-156.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Murphy, D., Hancock, P.B. (2011). Developmental changes in the engagement of episodic retrieval processes and their relationship with working memory during the period of middle childhood. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29,4, 865-882.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Riby, D.M., Park, J., Fraser, E., & Campbell, L.E. (2010). Executive neuropsychological functioning in individuals with Williams syndrome. Neuropsychologia, 48, 5, 1216-1226.

    Matthews, K.M., Coghill, D.R., Rhodes, S.M. (2008). Neuropsychological functioning in depressed adolescent girls. Journal of Affective Disorders, 111, 113-118.

  • Rhodes, S.M. and Donaldson, D.I. (2008). Association and not semantic relationships elicit the N400 effect: electrophysiological evidence from an explicit language comprehension task. Psychophysiology, 45, 1, 50-59.

  • Coghill, D.R., Rhodes, S.M., Matthews, K. (2007). The neuropsychological effects of chronic methylphenidate on drug naive boys with ADHD. Biological Psychiatry, 62, 954-962.

  • Rhodes, S.M. and Donaldson, D.I. (2007). Electrophysiological evidence for the influence of unitization on the processes engaged during episodic retrieval: Enhancing familiarity based responding. Neuropsychologia, 45, 412-424.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Coghill, D.R., Matthews, K. (2006). Acute neuropsychological effects of methylphenidate in stimulant drug naïve boys with ADHD II – broader executive and non-executive domains. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 47, 11, 1184-1194.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Coghill, D.R., Matthews, K. (2005). A neuropsychological investigation of psychostimulant drug treatment-naive boys with Hyperkinetic Disorder (ADHD). Psychological Medicine, 35, 1109-1120.

  • Rhodes, S.M., Coghill, D.R., Matthews, K. (2004). Methylphenidate restores visual memory but not working memory function in attention deficit-hyperkinetic disorder. Psychopharmacology, 175, 319-330.


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  • Emeritus member of Young Academy of Scotland

  • Press officer for British Psychological Society

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