Dr Helen Neilens
PenCTU Senior Trial Manager
Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health)
I am a Senior Trial Manager for the Peninsula Clinical Trials Unit.
Post-graduate Diploma in Research Methods and Statistics
BSc (Hons) Psychology
Diploma in Innovation and Change Management
Swancutt, D., Tarrant, M., Ingram, W. et al. (2022). A group-based behavioural intervention for weight management (PROGROUP) versus usual care in adults with severe obesity: a feasibility randomised controlled trial protocol. Pilot Feasibility Stud 8, 206.
Bernardes Delgado M, Plessas A, Burns L, Neilens H, Griffiths S & Latour J (2021) 'Oral care experiences of palliative care patients, their relatives/carers and healthcare professionals: a qualitative systematic review' International Journal of Palliative Nursing 27, (10).
Bernades Delgado, M., Latour, J., Neilens, H. & Griffiths, S. (2021). Oral care experiences of palliative care patients, their relatives and health care professionals. A Qualitative study. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing. 23(3), 229-237.
Bateman, A. G., Neilens, H.L., Gericke, C.A., George, J. & R. M. Freeman (2014). Is there a need for postoperative follow-up after routine urogynaecological procedures? Patients will self-present if they have problems. International Urogynecology Journal. 25, 381–386.
Wyer, N.A., Neilens, H., Perfect, T.J. & Mazzoni, G. (2011). Automatic and ironic behaviour are both mediated by changes in the self-concept. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47, 1300-1303.
Wyer, N.A., Perfect, T.J., Neilens, H., Mazzoni, G. & Roper, J. (2011). With or Without You: Determinants of Postsuppression Behavior. Social Psychological & Personality Science. 2(3).
Handley, S.J., Newstead, S.E., & Neilens, H. (2010). Thinking before you decide on the selection task: Matching Bias requires analytic reasoning. In The Science of Reason: A Festschrift for Jonathan St. BT Evans, 167.
Wyer, N.A., Mazzoni, G., Perfect, T.J., Calvini, G. & Neilens, H. (2010). When Not Thinking Leads to Being and Doing: Stereotype Suppression and the Self. Social Psychological & Personality Science. 1(2).
Neilens, H.L., Handley, S.J., & Newstead, S.E. (2009). Effects of Training and Instruction on Analytic and Belief-based Reasoning Processes. Thinking & Reasoning. 15(1).
Evans, J.St.B., Handley, S.J., Neilens, H.L., Bacon, A., & Over, D.E. (2009). The influence of cognitive ability and instructional set on causal conditional inference. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
Evans, J.St.B., Neilens, H.L., Handley, S.J., & Over, D.E. (2008), When can we say 'If'? Cognition, 108, 100-116.
Evans, J.St.B., Handley, S.J., Neilens, H.L., & Over, D.E. (2008). Understanding causal conditionals: A study of individual differences. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.61(9), 1291-1297
Evans, J.St.B., Handley, S.J., Neilens, H.L., & Over, D.E. (2007), Thinking about conditionals: A study of individual differences. Memory & Cognition. 35 (7), 1772-1784.
Neilens, H.L., Handley, S.J., & Newstead, S.E. (2005). Dual Processes and Training in Statistical Principles. In B.G.Bara, L. Barsalou, & M. Bucciarelli (Eds.). Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1612-1617).
Note: Following publications are in my maiden name of ‘Wright’.
Newstead, S.E., Handley, S.J., Harley, C., Wright, H., & Farrelly, D. (2004). Individual Differences in Deductive Reasoning. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57, 33-60.
Note: Following publication are in my maiden name of ‘Wright’.
Handley, S.J., Newstead, S.E., & Wright, H.L. (2000). Rational and Experiential Thinking: A study of the REI. In R.J. Riding & S.G. Rayner (Eds.), International Perspectives on Individual Differences. Volume 1. Cognitive Styles (ed., pp. 97-113). Stamford, Connecticut: Ablex Publishing Corporation.