-Palmer-Cooper, E.C., McGuire, N., & Wright, A.C. (2021) Unusual experiences and their association with metacognition: investigating ASMR and Tulpamancy. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, DOI: 10.1080/13546805.2021.1999798

-Cullen, A. E., Palmer-Cooper, E. C., Hardwick, M., Vaggers, S., Crowley, H., Pollak, T. A., & Lennox, B. R. (2020). Influence of methodological and patient factors on serum NMDAR IgG antibody detection in psychotic disorders: a meta-analysis of cross-sectional and case-control studiesThe Lancet Psychiatry, 8, 109-120.

-Pollak, T. A., Coutinho, E., Palmer-Cooper, E., & Vincent, A. (2020). Inflammatory and autoimmune disorders in neuropsychiatry. Oxford Textbook of Neuropsychiatry, 245.

– Brandt, V.C., Kerner auch Koerner, J., & Palmer-Cooper, E. (2019) The association between non-obscene socially inappropriate behavior and symptoms of ADHD and conduct problems in a large sample of adolescents.  Frontiers in Psychiatry 10, 660


British Psychological Society ‘Wessex Psychologist Bulletin’ Editor.

‘Wessex Psychologist Bulletin, Special Issue 18, Spring 2021’ – Coming Soon

Wessex Psychologist Bulletin, Special Issue 17, Spring 2020

I curated and edited two case study publications for the School for Primary Care Research as their Patient and Public Involvement Officer:

– School for Primary Care Research: Public Involvement Case Studies. NIHR School for Primary Care Research, © SPCR, April 2018

– School for Primary Care Research: Public Engagement Case Studies. NIHR School for Primary Care Research, © SPCR, April 2018

Other Published Work

– Public involvement in research – just good science. The Psychologist, June 2018, Vol.31 (pp.46-47). Read it here.

– The Yarnfulness Project. UK Handmade Magazine Spring 2018. pp26-29. Read it here.

– “Beate Hermelin: A late bloomer”. In: More Passion for Science: Journeys into the Unknown (2015) Emma Palmer-Cooper & Rhianna Goozee. Read it here 

– The Looking Glass – Student Magazine. Read it here

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