Professor Andrew Bateman

Andrew Bateman

University position

Affiliated Lecturer

Professor Andrew Bateman is pleased to consider applications from prospective PhD students.


Department of Psychiatry


University of Essex School of Health and Social Care


Home page (personal home page)

Research Theme

Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience


In June 2019 I left "Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation" where I developed my research strategy that has three themes: i) development of assessments, ii) development and immplementation innovative therapeutic interventions iii) evaluation of neuro-rehabilitation.

I continue to supervise research in Rehabilitation using approaches such as Outcome measurement using Rasch and other statistical approaches to test development, assistive technology in rehabilitation, and various approaches to Clinical Service evaluation

I am leading an NIHR funded study concerning the interface between people with acquired brain injury and Social Work.

Current PhD student supervision is happening both at Essex and Cambridge. At the Dept of Psychiatry I am supporting Psychiatrist Dr Kwabena Kusi-Mensah who is investigating executive functioning in children in Ghana (Commonwealth Scholarship).

Research Focus



outcome measurement


brain injury

Social Work

Clinical conditions


Attention and Executive impairments

Cognitive impairment



Traumatic brain injury


Neuropsychological testing



Fergus Gracey

Kwabena Kusi-Mensah

Tom Manly

Fionnoula Murphy

United Kingdom

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Associated News Items

Key publications

Bateman A, TeasdaleTW, Willmes, K. (2009), “Assessing construct validity of the self-rating version of the European Brain Injury Questionnaire (EBIQ) using Rasch analysis” Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

Wilson BA, Gracey F, Evans JJ and Bateman A (2009), “Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Theory, Models, Therapy and Outcome ” Cambridge University Press ISBN 0521841496 PDF

Fish J, Evans JJ, Nimmo M, Martin E, Kersel D, Bateman A, Wilson BA, Manly T (2007), “Rehabilitation of executive dysfunction following brain injury: "content-free" cueing improves everyday prospective memory performance” Neuropsychologia 45(6):1318-30 Details

Bateman A, Culpan FJ, Pickering AD, Powell JH, Scott OM, Greenwood RJ (2001), “The effect of aerobic training on rehabilitation outcomes after recent severe brain injury: a randomized controlled evaluation” Arch Phys Med Rehabil 82(2):174-82



Fergus Gracey, Jessica E Fish, Eve Greenfield, Andrew Bateman, Donna Malley, Gemma Hardy, Jessica Ingham, Jonathan J Evans, Tom Manly: (2016), “ A Randomized Controlled Trial of Assisted Intention Monitoring for the Rehabilitation of Executive Impairments Following Acquired Brain Injury. ” Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 2016 DOI:10.1177/1545968316680484

Longworth Ford, C. E., Malley, D., Bateman, A., Clare, I. C. H., Wagner, A. P., & Gracey, F. (2016), “Selection and Visualisation of Outcome Measures for Complex Post-Acute Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Interventions. ” NeuroRehabilitation

Simblett, S.K., Ring, H. and Bateman, A., (2016), “The Dysexecutive Questionnaire Revised (DEX-R): An extended measure of everyday dysexecutive problems after acquired brain injury.” Neuropsychological rehabilitation


ManlyT, Evans JJ, Fish JE, Gracey F, Bateman A . (2014), “Cognitive Rehabilitation Following Traumatic Brain Injury ” Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury: Current Research and Future Directions, Oxford University Press

Rathinam C, Bateman A, Peirson J, Skinner J (2014), “Observational gait assessment tools in paediatrics - A systematic review.” Gait Posture 40(2):279-285 Details


Cuberos-Urbano G, Caracuel A, Vilar-López R, Valls-Serrano C, Bateman A, Verdejo-García A . (2013), “Ecological validity of the Multiple Errands Test using predictive models of dysexecutive problems in everyday life ” Journal of Cinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 35,3,329-336

Leroi I, Woolham J, Gathercole R, Howard R, Dunk B, Fox C, O Brien J, Bateman A, Poland F, Bentham P, Burns A, Davies A, Forsyth K, Gray R, Knapp M, Newman S, McShane R, Ritchie C (2013), “Does telecare prolong community living in dementia? a study protocol for a pragmatic, randomised controlled trial.” Trials 14(1):349 Details

Loschiavo FQ, Sediyama C,Neves F, Malloy-Diniz LF, Bateman A (2013), “Neuropsychological rehabilitation for bipolar disorder ” BIPOLAR DISORDERS 15:130-131

Loschiavo-Alvares FQ, Sediyama CYN, Vasconcelos AG, Neves F, Corrêa H, Malloy-Diniz LF, Bateman A . (2013), “CLINICAL APPLICATION OF DEX-R FOR PATIENTS WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER TYPE I AND II. ” Clinical Neuropsychiatry 10(2):86-94

Loschiavo-Alvares FQ,Sediyama CYN, Neves FS, Corrêa H, Malloy-Diniz LF, Bateman A . (2013), “Neuropsychological rehabilitation for bipolar disorder—A single case design ” Translational Neuroscience 4(1):96-103


Ashworth F,Bauch E, Bateman A . (2012), “Construct Validity of the Forms of Self-Criticism/Self-attacking and Self Reassurance Scale in an ABI population using Rasch Analysis ” BRAIN INJURY 26(4-5):724-5

Culpan J, Dawes H, Bateman A, Greenwood R, Scott OM (2012), “Oxygen Uptake Response to Rehabilitation and Exercise Training in Adults with Acquired Brain Injury up to 6 Months After Injury ” Brain Injury 26(4-5):752

Simblett SK, Badham R, Greening K, Adlam A, Ring H, Bateman A (2012), “Validating independent ratings of executive functioning following acquired brain injury using Rasch analysis.” Neuropsychol Rehabil 22(6):874-89 Details


Brindley R, Bateman A, Gracey F (2011), “Exploration of use of SenseCam to support autobiographical memory retrieval within a cognitive-behavioural therapeutic intervention following acquired brain injury.” Memory 19(7):745-57 Details

Simblett SK, Bateman A (2011), “Dimensions of the Dysexecutive Questionnaire (DEX) examined using Rasch analysis.” Neuropsychol Rehabil 21(1):1-25 Details

Simblett SK, Ring H, Bateman A (2011), “Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (cCBT): a possible treatment for mood disorders experienced by people with neurological conditions?” Neuropsychol Rehabil 21(6):925-8 Details


Caracuel A, Bateman A, Teasdale TW, Verdejo-García A, Pérez-García M (2010), “Spanish, French, and British Cross-cultural Validation of the European Brain Injury Questionnaire.” J Head Trauma Rehabil Details


Bateman A (2009), “Book review.” Neuropsychol Rehabil :1-2

Evans JJ, Greenfield E, Wilson BA, Bateman A (2009), “Walking and talking therapy: improving cognitive-motor dual-tasking in neurological illness.” J Int Neuropsychol Soc 15(1):112-20 Details


Dawes H, Bateman A, Culpan J, Scott O, Wade DT, Roach N, Greenwood R (2003), “The effect of increasing effort on movement economy during incremental cycling exercise in individuals early after acquired brain injury.” Clin Rehabil 17(5):528-34 Details

Dawes H, Cockburn J, Roach NK, Wade DT, Bateman A, Scott O (2003), “The effect of a perceptual cognitive task on exercise performance: the dual-task condition after brain injury.” Clin Rehabil 17(5):535-9 Details


Bateman A, Culpan FJ, Pickering AD, Powell JH, Scott OM, Greenwood RJ (2001), “The effect of aerobic training on rehabilitation outcomes after recent severe brain injury: a randomized controlled evaluation.” Arch Phys Med Rehabil 82(2):174-82 Details

Jackson D, Turner-Stokes L, Culpan J, Bateman A, Scott O, Powell J, Greenwood R (2001), “Can brain-injured patients participate in an aerobic exercise programme during early inpatient rehabilitation?” Clin Rehabil 15(5):535-44 Details


Dawes H, Bateman A, Wade D, Scott OM (2000), “High-intensity cycling exercise after a stroke: a single case study.” Clin Rehabil 14(6):570-3 Details