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Books and Monographs

  1. Heap M, Alden P, Brown R J, Naish P, Oakley D A, Wagstaff G and Walker L G (2001). The Nature of Hypnosis. A report prepared by a Working Party at the request of the Professional Affairs Board of the British Psychological Society. British Psychological Society, Leicester. (ISBN: 1 85433 355 0).
  2. Scottish Breast Cancer Focus Group: Guidelines on Best Current Practice for Breast Cancer (1998). Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network, Edinburgh (1998). (Member of Guideline Development Group, Chairman Dr J A Dewar).
  3. Scottish Colorectal Cancer Focus Group: Guidelines on Best Current Practice for Colorectal Cancer (1997). Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network, Edinburgh (Member of Guideline Development Group, Chairman Professor O Eremin).
  4. Alexander D A, Walker L G, Innes G W and Irving B L (1993). Police Stress at Work. London: Police Foundation. (Pp viii and 165), ISBN 0 947692 30 4.
  5. Alexander D A, Innes G, Irving B L, Sinclair S D, Walker L G (1991). Health, Stress and Policing: a study in Grampian Police (pp 68). London, The Police Foundation, ISBN 0 947692 26 6.
  6. Walker L G, McKay E, Booth M, Crawford D, Davidson M I, Hunter D and Thomson N (1987). Multi-disciplinary Assessment of Pre-school Handicapped Children: Pathways, Professionals and Parents. (Pp iii + 109), University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, ISBN 0 9513066 0 X.
  7. Haldane J D, Alexander D A and Walker L G (1982). Models for Psychotherapy: a Primer. (Pp viii + 88). Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press. ISBN 0 08 028446 9.

Book Chapters

  1. Owens J and Walker LG (2012). The role of hypnotherapy in cancer. In Williamson A, Bran L and Owens J (Eds). The Handbook of Contemporary Clinical Hypnosis: Theory and Practice. John Wiley and Sons.
  2. Aloysius M, Walker LG and Eremin O (2011). Cancer and the immune response. In Sewell H and Eremin O (Eds.) Essential Immunology for Surgeons. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 978-0-19-958687-5.
  3. Sharma A, Walker LG and Monson JRT (2009). Whose Exhaustion is Greater Than Whose? Burnout in Colorectal Surgeons, Vascular Surgeons and Colorectal Nurse Specialists Working in the National Health Service. In Schwarthoffer RV (Ed) Psychology of Burnout: Predictors and Coping Mechanisms. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. ISBN 978-1-60876-010-7.
  4. Walker L G, Green V, Greenman J, Walker A A and Sharp D M (2005). PNI and Chronic Malignant Disease: Cancer. In Irwin M and Vedhara V (Eds) Human Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI). Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 0-19-852840-X
  5. Walker L G, Walker M B and Sharp D M (2003). The organisation of psychosocial support within palliative care. In M Lloyd-Williams (Ed). Psychosocial Issues in Palliative Care. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 0-19-851540-5.
  6. Anderson J and Walker L G (2002). Psychological aspects of MRI breast screening in women at high risk of breast cancer. In R Warren and A Coultard (Eds). Breast MRI in Practice. Martin Dunitz, London. ISBN 1-84184-137-4.
  7. Anderson J and Walker L G (2002). Psychological factors and cancer progression: involvement of behavioural pathways. The Psychoimmunology of Cancer (2nd Edition). Chapter 7. In C E Lewis, R OÂ’Brien and J Barraclough (Eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN: 0192630601.
  8. Ashcroft G W, Walker L G and Lyle A (1993). A psychobiological model of panic: implications for behavioural and pharmacological therapies. In: S A Montgomery (ed.), The Psychopharmacology of Panic Disorder, (Ch 11, pp 131-143): Oxford, Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-262087-8.
  9. Walker L G (1996). Psychological and psychiatric aspects of gynaecological cancer. In: D E Lolis (ed.), Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Parazianos, Athens (Chapter 19, pp 377-387).
  10. Walker L G and Ashcroft G W (1989). Pharmacological approaches to the treatment of panic attacks. In: R Baker (ed.) Panic Disorder: Research and Therapy (Ch 14, pp 301-314). London: John Wiley & Sons, ISBN 0 471 92319 2.
  11. Walker L G (1988). Hypnosis in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. In: M Heap (ed.) Hypnosis: Current Clinical, Experimental and Forensic Practices (pp 169-77). Beckenham: Croom Helm. ISBN 0 7099 4779 8.
  12. Walker L G and McKay E (1981). Assessment and Treatment Facilities for Pre-school Handicapped Children: Practice and Experience at Raeden Centre, Aberdeen. In: E Reinach (Ed.) Research Highlights, 2 - Normalisation (pp 74-104). London: Kogan Page.
  13. Stoffelmayr B E and Walker L G (1975). The effects of monetary rewards and feedback on the work behaviour of psychiatric patients. In: J C Brengelmann (ed.), Progress in Behavior Therapy (pp 167-174). Berlin: Springer Verlag.