Academic Publications

  • Shah, S., Wood, N., & Nolte, L. (2012) The experiences of being a trainee clinical psychologist from a black and minority ethnic group: A qualitative study. Clinical Psychology Forum,  232, 32-35.
  • Wood, N. & Dockrell. (June 2010) An Overview Of Psychological Assessment Procedures For Assessing Deaf Or Hard Of Hearing ChildrenEducational & Child Psychology 27 (2) British Psychological Society.
  • Lund, C., Kajee, A., & Wood, N. (2010) Clinical Psychology Training in South Africa. Clinical Psychology Forum, 215, British Psychological Society, 17-21.
  • Wood, N. (2009) “Right and Wrong Stuff: Psychological Factors in Space Flight:” Escape Velocity 4; 2009.
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  • Wood, N. (2002) Cognitive and Linguistic Profiles of Hearing Impaired Children. Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy Dissertation. University of London.
  • Wood, N. & Dockrell, J. (2000) “Cognitive Assessment of Deaf Children.” Current Research in Language and Communication Science. City University, London, pp. 144-152.
  • Wood, N., Berg, A., Hector, K., Jhetam, N., Moolman, S., Name, N., Niewenhuys, R., Safodien, H., & Schudel, A. (1995). “Service Delivery aspects of a Child and Family Unit.” Southern African Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 7(1) , pp. 46-53.
  • Wood, N. (1992). “In-patient Profile of Substance-Abusers: Lentegeur Hospital, Cape Town.” Audit Project published by Dept. of Health, South Africa.
  • Wood, N. & Wassenaar, D.W. (1989). “Familial aspects of Indian parasuicides.” South African Journal of Psychology, 19, pp. 172-184.