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D434, Rhind Building

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City, University of London
Northampton Square
United Kingdom



Dr Trudi Edginton is a Clinical Psychologist, CBT therapist and Mindfulness practitioner with research interests in Neuropsychology, Psychopharmacology, Cognitive Neuroscience and Cognitive Rehabilitation. Trudi completed her degree, PhD and post-doctoral research at the University of Sussex working with individuals with long term health conditions. Trudi works clinically with individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury, Hydrocephalus and Spina bifida, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Anxiety Disorders and Dementia.


  1. Loveday, C. and Edginton, T. (2010). Spina bifida and hydrocephalus. Handbook of Pediatric Neuropsychology Springer Publishing Company. ISBN 978-0-8261-5736-2.
  2. Lomas, T., Ridge, D., Cartwright, T. and Edginton, T. (2014). Engagement with meditation as a positive health trajectory: Divergent narratives of progress in male meditators. Psychology and Health, 29(2), pp. 218–236. doi:10.1080/08870446.2013.843684.
  3. Lomas, T., Edginton, T., Cartwright, T. and Ridge, D. (2014). Men developing emotional intelligence through meditation? Integrating narrative, cognitive and electroencephalography (EEG) evidence. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 15(2), pp. 213–224. doi:10.1037/a0032191.
  4. Jansari, A., Froggatt, D., Trudi, E., Dawkins, L. and Edginton, T. (2013). Investigating the impact of nicotine on executive functions using a novel virtual reality assessment. Addiction, 108(5), pp. 977–984. doi:10.1111/add.12082.
  5. Minati, L., Edginton, T., Grazia Bruzzone, M. and Giaccone, G. (2009). Reviews: Current concepts in alzheimer's disease: A multidisciplinary review. American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and other Dementias, 24(2), pp. 95–121. doi:10.1177/1533317508328602.
  6. Edginton, T. and Rusted, J.M. (2003). Separate and combined effects of scopolamine and nicotine on retrieval-induced forgetting. Psychopharmacology, 170(4), pp. 351–357. doi:10.1007/s00213-003-1563-2.


  1. Clancy, O., Casarin, A., Edginton, T. and Vizcaychipi, M.P. (2016). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation for Critically Ill Patients. Key Topics in Management of the Critically Ill (pp. 47–61). Springer International Publishing. ISBN 978-3-319-22376-6.

Conference papers and proceedings (9)

  1. Farag, M., Watson, E.J.R., Nenadlová, K., Asher, C., Al-Aidarous, S., Mandalia, S. … Vizcaychipi, M.P. (2018). Attribution bias underlying burns-induced anxiety symptoms.
  2. Nenadlova, K., Farag, M., Watson, E., Williams, L., Edginton, T. and Vizcaychipi, M.P. (2017). The psychological burden of major burn injuries.
  3. Boubert, L., Edginton, T. and Kimmitt, P. (2016). STUDYSPARK: A LEARNING AND TEACHING TOOL FOR BITE SIZED LEARNING. International Technology, Education and Development Conference 7-9 March.
  4. Sterkaj, F., Edginton, T., Morgan, K. and Groóme, D. (2012). Poster #169 RETRIEVAL-INDUCED FORGETTING IN SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS.
  5. Lomas, T., Cartwright, T., Edginton, T. and Ridge, D. (2010). Men behaving well?: Journeys towards constructive engagement with well-being through meditation.
  6. Jenkins, V., Fallowfield, L., Edginton, T., Payne, H. and Hamilton, E. (2005). Preferences of healthy men for two different endocrine treatment options offered for locally advanced prostate cancer.
  7. Bloomfield, D.J., Shilling, V., Edginton, T. and Jenkins, V. (2004). A longitudinal pilot study to investigate whether hormonal therapy for prostate cancer affects cognition.
  8. Edginton, T., Jenkins, V., Shilling, V. and Bloomfield, D.J. (2004). An investigative longitudinal pilot study of the cognitive effects of reversible hormone therapy for prostate cancer.
  9. Edginton, T. and Rusted, J. (2002). Efficient remembering: Nicotine improves suppression of irrelevancies.

Journal articles (16)

  1. Femminella, G.D., Dani, M., Wood, M., Fan, Z., Calsolaro, V., Atkinson, R. … Edison, P. (2019). Microglial activation in early Alzheimer trajectory is associated with higher gray matter volume. Neurology, 92(12). doi:10.1212/WNL.0000000000007133.
  2. Dani, M., Wood, M., Mizoguchi, R., Fan, Z., Edginton, T., Hinz, R. … Edison, P. (2019). Tau Aggregation Correlates with Amyloid Deposition in Both Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease Subjects. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 70(2), pp. 453–463. doi:10.3233/JAD-181168.
  3. Sarabia, M., Young, N., Canavan, K., Edginton, T., Demiris, Y. and Vizcaychipi, M.P. (2018). Assistive Robotic Technology to Combat Social Isolation in Acute Hospital Settings. International Journal of Social Robotics, 10(5), pp. 607–620. doi:10.1007/s12369-017-0421-z.
  4. Watson, E.J.R., Nenadlová, K., Clancy, O.H., Farag, M., Nordin, N.A., Nilsen, A. … Vizcaychipi, M.P. (2018). Perioperative Research into Memory (PRiMe): Cognitive impairment following a severe burn injury and critical care admission, part 1. Burns, 44(5), pp. 1167–1178. doi:10.1016/j.burns.2018.04.011.
  5. Murray, M.M., Eardley, A.F., Edginton, T., Oyekan, R., Smyth, E. and Matusz, P.J. (2018). Sensory dominance and multisensory integration as screening tools in aging. Scientific Reports, 8(1). doi:10.1038/s41598-018-27288-2.
  6. Marsh, L., Edginton, T., Conway, M.A. and Loveday, C. (2018). Positivity bias in past and future episodic thinking: Relationship with anxiety, depression, and retrieval-induced forgetting. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006) pp. 1747021818758620–1747021818758620. doi:10.1177/1747021818758620.
  7. Challenor, J., Edginton, T., Rafalin, D. and Willig, C. (2018). Call for support in university pensions dispute. Psychologist, 31(4), p. 2.
  8. Maria Muretti, A., Al-Hindawi, A., Nenadlova, K., Green, J., Edginton, T. and P, M. (2017). Management of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Patients’ Relatives and Intensive Care Personnel in a Teaching Hospital. Journal of Anesthesia and Surgery, 4(3), pp. 1–10. doi:10.15436/2377-1364.17.074.
  9. Lomas, T., Cartwright, T., Edginton, T. and Ridge, D. (2016). New Ways of Being a Man: “Positive” Hegemonic Masculinity in Meditation-based Communities of Practice. Men and Masculinities, 19(3), pp. 289–310. doi:10.1177/1097184X15578531.
  10. Lomas, T., Cartwright, T., Edginton, T. and Ridge, D. (2015). A Qualitative Analysis of Experiential Challenges Associated with Meditation Practice. Mindfulness, 6(4), pp. 848–860. doi:10.1007/s12671-014-0329-8.
  11. Clancy, O., Edginton, T., Casarin, A. and Vizcaychipi, M.P. (2015). The psychological and neurocognitive consequences of critical illness. A pragmatic review of current evidence. Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 16(3), pp. 226–233. doi:10.1177/1751143715569637.
  12. Stephens, R., Smith, M., Robinson, S., Edginton, T. and Jackson, P. (2015). Psychobiology - Where mind meets matter. Psychologist, 28(5), pp. 392–393.
  13. Lomas, T., Cartwright, T., Edginton, T. and Ridge, D. (2014). A religion of wellbeing? the appeal of Buddhism to men in London, United Kingdom. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 6(3), pp. 198–207. doi:10.1037/a0036420.
  14. Lomas, T., Cartwright, T., Edginton, T. and Ridge, D. (2013). 'I was so done in that I just recognized it very plainly, "You need to do something"': Men's narratives of struggle, distress and turning to meditation. Health (United Kingdom), 17(2), pp. 191–208. doi:10.1177/1363459312451178.
  15. Edginton, T., Iddon, J., Loveday, C., Pickard, J. and Morgan, R. (2009). Cognitive and psychological sequelae of hydrocephalus and spina bifida: correlating subjective data and objective neuropsychological data to establish insight and inform clinical intervention and guidelines. Cerebrospinal Fluid Research, 6(S2). doi:10.1186/1743-8454-6-s2-s7.
  16. Jenkins, V.A., Bloomfield, D.J., Shilling, V.M. and Edginton, T.L. (2005). Does neoadjuvant hormone therapy for early prostate cancer affect cognition? Results from a pilot study. BJU International, 96(1), pp. 48–53. doi:10.1111/j.1464-410X.2005.05565.x.