Peter F. Bladin

Affiliations: 
University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia 
Area:
focal epilepsies; psychosocial factors in epilepsy
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Fernando DK, McIntosh AM, Bladin PF, et al. (2014) Common experiences of patients following suboptimal treatment outcomes: implications for epilepsy surgery. Epilepsy & Behavior : E&B. 33: 144-51
Wilson SJ, Wrench JM, McIntosh AM, et al. (2010) Profiles of psychosocial outcome after epilepsy surgery: the role of personality. Epilepsia. 51: 1133-8
Wrench JM, Wilson SJ, Bladin PF, et al. (2009) Hippocampal volume and depression: insights from epilepsy surgery. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry. 80: 539-44
Wilson SJ, Wrench JM, McIntosh AM, et al. (2009) Personality development in the context of intractable epilepsy. Archives of Neurology. 66: 68-72
Wilson SJ, Bladin PF, Saling MM. (2007) The burden of normality: a framework for rehabilitation after epilepsy surgery. Epilepsia. 48: 13-6
Wilson SJ, Frazer DW, Lawrence JA, et al. (2007) Psychosocial adjustment following relief of chronic narcolepsy. Sleep Medicine. 8: 252-9
Wilson SJ, Bladin PF, Saling MM, et al. (2005) Characterizing psychosocial outcome trajectories following seizure surgery. Epilepsy & Behavior : E&B. 6: 570-80
Wrench J, Wilson SJ, Bladin PF. (2004) Mood disturbance before and after seizure surgery: a comparison of temporal and extratemporal resections. Epilepsia. 45: 534-43
Wilson SJ, Bladin PF, Saling MM. (2004) Paradoxical results in the cure of chronic illness: the "burden of normality" as exemplified following seizure surgery. Epilepsy & Behavior : E&B. 5: 13-21
Baird AD, Wilson SJ, Bladin PF, et al. (2004) The amygdala and sexual drive: insights from temporal lobe epilepsy surgery. Annals of Neurology. 55: 87-96
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