20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
of giving expert evidence in both Civil and Criminal cases
Registered Clinical Psychologist
Accreditations and Publications
Priestley, N.M. & Mayes, A.R. (1992). Priming for Interactive Context in Amnesics. Cortex XXVIII No.4 pp 555-575.
Priestley, N.M. (1993). HIV/AIDS Clinicians, Carers & the Epidemic of Reaction. Clinical Psychology Forum 57 pp 3-8.
Priestley, N.M. (1994). Sexual Diversity & Societal Ambivalence: A Psychological Perspective. Changes – International Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy. v12 No.4 pp 234-240.
Downes J.J, Priestley N.M. et al (1998). Intellectual, mnemonic and frontal functions in dementia with Lewy bodies: A comparison with early and advanced Parkinson’s Disease. Behavioural Neurology 11 (3): 173-183.
McGuire, F. & Priestley, N. M. Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation -The Consequences of Alcohol Abuse: A Proposed Treatment Model. Clinical Psychology 9 January 2002.
Priestley, N.M. (2000). Developing Community Neuro-Rehabilitation Services: The Problem of Inappropriate Referrals. Clinical Psychology Forum.
Manchester, D., Priestley, N.M. & Jackson, H. (2004). The Assessment of Executive Function: Coming out of the Office. Brain Injury v18 no.11 pp1067-1081.
Priestley,N.M., Manchester, D., & Aram, R. (2013). Presenting Evidence of Executive Functions Deficit in Court: Issues for the Expert Neuropsychologist. Journal of Personal Injury Law Issue 4 pp 240-247.
Priestley, N.M. & Manchester, D. (2014). Presenting Evidence of Executive Functions Deficit in Court: Why is Behaviour so Important? Personal Brief Update Law Journal. March 2014.
Priestley, N.M. & Manchester, D (2020). The Courts, Neuropsychologists and Covid-19: The Case for Tele-Neuropsychology. The Neuropsychologist 10 – October 2020.