Professor Richard Siegert
Professor of Psychology and Rehabilitation at AUT, New Zealand
Richard trained in New Zealand as a clinical psychologist and then completed a PhD which examined psychiatric symptoms and social support in unemployed people. He lectured in psychology for 12 years specialising in clinical neuropsychology. Before joining King's (Senior Leccturer 2007-2010, Reader 2010 - 2012) he headed an interprofessional rehabilitation research and distance teaching unit. His research interests include psychometrics and measurement, cognition in neurological disorders, and rehabilitation and palliative care in complex neurological conditions. He has published over 55 papers in peer-review journals and four book chapters. He was appointed Professor of Psychology and Rehabilitation at AUT, New Zealand in 2012.