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ProfessorNeville Blampied

Psychology Lab Block 469
Internal Phone: 94385

Qualifications & Memberships

Research Interests

Research interests are in the conceptual, applied and experimental analysis of behaviour, with the emphasis currently on conceptual and applied aspects. Conceptual work has focussed on two long-term projects. One project has involved developing a bio-behavioural model of the processes which engender, maintain and reverse infant sleep disturbance. The second project has been to view the current widespread criticism of null-hypothesis statistical tests and other standard research practices from the perspective of single-case research design. Applied research has a wider focus, and includes behavioural interventions for infant sleep disturbances, behavioural family therapies, special education interventions, and various projects in Health Psychology, including a specific interest in safety, especially road safety.

Recent Publications

  • Black SR., Blampied N., Arnold LE. and Fristad MA. (2019) Is evidence-based treatment helping my patient? Utilizing modified Brinley plots to measure clinical change. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 26(1)
  • Dorahy MJ. and Blampied NM. (2019) A screening instrument for assessing psychological distress following disasters: Adaptation for the March 15th, 2019 mass shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand.. New Zealand Journal of Psychology 48(1): 23-28.
  • Korulczyk T., Biela A. and Blampied N. (2019) Being more idiographic in the nomothetic world. Polish Psychological Bulletin 50(2): 207-216.
  • Martin RA., Taylor WJ., Surgenor LJ., Graham FP., Levack WMM. and Blampied NM. (2019) Evaluating the effectiveness of therapeutic horse riding for children and young people experiencing disability: a single-case experimental design study. Disability and Rehabilitation
  • McLay L., Roche L., France KG., Blampied NM., Lang R., France M. and Busch C. (2019) Systematic review of the effectiveness of behaviorally-based interventions for sleep problems in people with rare genetic neurodevelopmental disorders. Sleep Medicine Reviews 46: 54-63.