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Coercion and Treatment Satisfaction Among Involuntary Patients. C. Katsakou, L. Bowers, T. Amos, R. Morriss, D. Rose, T. Wykes, and S. Priebe. Psychiatric Services, 61, 286-292. (2010)
Different components of metacognition and their relationship to psychotic-like experiences. C. Reeder, T. Rexhepi-Johansson,and T. Wykes. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 38, 49-57. (2010)
Ethnicity and coercion among involuntarily detained psychiatric in-patients. O. Bennewith, T. Amos, G. Lewis, C. Katsakou, T. Wykes, R. Morriss, and S. Priebe British Journal of Psychiatry, 196, 75-76. (2010)
Can we harness computerised cognitive bias modification to treat anxiety in schizophrenia? A first step highlighting the role of mental imagery. Steel C., Wykes T., Ruddle A., Smith G., Shah D. & Holmes E.A. (2009) Schizophrenia Bulletin, 35, Suppl. 1, 302-302.
Cognitive remediation for schizophrenia: it is even more complicated. Wykes T. & Huddy V. (2009) Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 22, 161-167.
Cognitive remediation therapy in schizophrenia: a randomised controlled trial. T. Wykes, C. Reeder, B. Everitt, M. Knapp, A. Patel and R. Romeo. British Journal of Psychiatry, 190, 421-427. (2007)
What are the effects of group cognitive behaviour therapy for voices? A randomised control trial. T. Wykes, P. Hayward, N. Thomas, N. Green, S. Surguladze, D. Fannon, and S. Landau. (2005) Schizophrenia Research 77 (2-3):201-210
Negative symptoms and specific cognitive impairments as combined targets for improved functional outcome within cognitive remediation therapy. K. E. Greenwood, S. Landau, and T. Wykes. Schizophrenia Bulletin 31 (4):910-921, 2005.
Cognitive remediation therapy for Schizophrenia: Theory and practice T. Wykes and C. Reeder. Brunner Routledge (Google Book).
Is there evidence that cognitive behaviour therapy is an effective treatment for schizophrenia? A cautious or cautionary tale? Tarrier N. and Wykes T. (2004) Behaviour Research and Therapy, 42, 1377-1401,