|Linking religion and spirituality with psychological well-being: Examining self-actualisation, meaning in life, and personal growth initiative|
I Ivtzan, CPL Chan, HE Gardner, K Prashar
Journal of religion and health 52 (3), 915-929, 2013
|Exploring the role of the posterior middle temporal gyrus in semantic cognition: Integration of anterior temporal lobe with executive processes|
J Davey, HE Thompson, G Hallam, T Karapanagiotidis, C Murphy, ...
NeuroImage 137, 165-177, 2016
|Automatic and controlled semantic retrieval: TMS reveals distinct contributions of posterior middle temporal gyrus and angular gyrus|
J Davey, PL Cornelissen, HE Thompson, S Sonkusare, G Hallam, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (46), 15230-15239, 2015
|Wellbeing through self-fulfilment: Examining developmental aspects of self-actualization.|
I Ivtzan, HE Gardner, I Bernard, M Sekhon, R Hart
The Humanistic Psychologist 41 (2), 119, 2013
|Varieties of semantic ‘access’ deficit in Wernicke’s aphasia and semantic aphasia|
HE Thompson, H Robson, MA Lambon Ralph, E Jefferies
Brain 138 (12), 3776-3792, 2015
|The differential contributions of pFC and temporo-parietal cortex to multimodal semantic control: exploring refractory effects in semantic aphasia|
HE Gardner, MA Lambon Ralph, N Dodds, T Jones, S Ehsan, E Jefferies
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24 (4), 778-793, 2012
|Deficits of semantic control produce absent or reverse frequency effects in comprehension: evidence from neuropsychology and dual task methodology|
A Almaghyuli, H Thompson, MAL Ralph, E Jefferies
Neuropsychologia 50 (8), 1968-1979, 2012
|Mindfulness meditation and curiosity: The contributing factors to wellbeing and the process of closing the self-discrepancy gap|
I Ivtzan, HE Gardner, Z Smailova
International Journal of Wellbeing 1 (3), 2011
|The role of the right hemisphere in semantic control: A case-series comparison of right and left hemisphere stroke|
HE Thompson, L Henshall, E Jefferies
Neuropsychologia 85, 44-61, 2016
|Task-based and resting-state fMRI reveal compensatory network changes following damage to left inferior frontal gyrus|
GP Hallam, HE Thompson, M Hymers, RE Millman, JM Rodd, MAL Ralph, ...
Cortex 99, 150-165, 2018
|The contribution of executive control to semantic cognition: Convergent evidence from semantic aphasia and executive dysfunction|
HE Thompson, A Almaghyuli, KA Noonan, O Barak, MA Lambon Ralph, ...
Journal of Neuropsychology, 2018
|Semantic control deficits impair understanding of thematic relationships more than object identity|
H Thompson, J Davey, P Hoffman, G Hallam, R Kosinski, S Howkins, ...
Neuropsychologia 104, 113-125, 2017
|Shared processes resolve competition within and between episodic and semantic memory: Evidence from patients with LIFG lesions|
S Stampacchia, HE Thompson, E Ball, U Nathaniel, G Hallam, ...
Cortex 108, 127-143, 2018
|Semantic control and modality: An input processing deficit in aphasia leading to deregulated semantic cognition in a single modality|
HE Thompson, E Jefferies
Neuropsychologia 51 (10), 1998-2015, 2013
|Gender role and empathy within different orientations of counselling psychology|
I Ivtzan, E Redman, HE Gardner
Counselling Psychology Quarterly 25 (4), 377-388, 2012
|Emotion and location cues bias conceptual retrieval in people with deficient semantic control|
L Lanzoni, H Thompson, D Beintari, K Berwick, H Demnitz-King, H Raspin, ...
Neuropsychologia 131, 294-305, 2019
|The role of default mode network in semantic cue integration|
L Lanzoni, D Ravasio, H Thompson, D Vatansever, D Margulies, ...
NeuroImage, 117019, 2020
|The neurocognitive basis of knowledge about object identity and events: dissociations reflect opposing effects of semantic coherence and control|
E Jefferies, H Thompson, P Cornelissen, J Smallwood
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1791), 20190300, 2020
|Control the source: Source memory for semantic, spatial and self-related items in patients with LIFG lesions|
S Stampacchia, S Pegg, G Hallam, J Smallwood, MAL Ralph, ...
cortex 119, 165-183, 2019
|A meta‐analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of divergent thinking using activation likelihood estimation|
LS Cogdell‐Brooke, PT Sowden, IR Violante, HE Thompson
Human Brain Mapping, 2020