Ph F. Paquier

Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium) 
Mental Health, Cognitive Psychology, Psychometrics Psychology
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van Bogaert P, King MD, Paquier P, et al. (2013) Acquired auditory agnosia in childhood and normal sleep electroencephalography subsequently diagnosed as Landau-Kleffner syndrome: a report of three cases. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 55: 575-9
Bourguignon M, De Tiège X, de Beeck MO, et al. (2013) The pace of prosodic phrasing couples the listener's cortex to the reader's voice. Human Brain Mapping. 34: 314-26
De Smet HJ, Engelborghs S, Paquier PF, et al. (2011) Cerebellar-induced apraxic agraphia: a review and three new cases. Brain and Cognition. 76: 424-34
Baillieux H, De Smet HJ, Dobbeleir A, et al. (2010) Cognitive and affective disturbances following focal cerebellar damage in adults: a neuropsychological and SPECT study. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 46: 869-79
Paquier PF, van Mourik M, van Dongen HR, et al. (2009) Normative data of 300 Dutch-speaking children on the Token Test Aphasiology. 23: 427-437
Aarsen FK, Van Dongen HR, Paquier PF, et al. (2004) Long-term sequelae in children after cerebellar astrocytoma surgery. Neurology. 62: 1311-6
Catsman-Berrevoets CE, Van Dongen HR, Aarsen FK, et al. (2003) Transient cerebellar eye closure and mutism after cerebellar tumor surgery: long-term clinical follow-up of neurologic and behavioral disturbances in a 14-year-old girl. Pediatric Neurosurgery. 38: 122-7
van Dongen HR, Paquier PF, Creten WL, et al. (2001) Clinical evaluation of conversational speech fluency in the acute phase of acquired childhood aphasia: Does a fluency/nonfluency dichotomy exist? Journal of Child Neurology. 16: 345-351
van Vugt P, Fransen I, Creten W, et al. (2000) Line bisection performances of 650 normal children. Neuropsychologia. 38: 886-95
Catsman-Berrevoets CE, Van Dongen HR, Mulder PGH, et al. (1999) Tumour type and size are high risk factors for the syndrome of 'cerebellar' mutism and subsequent dysarthria Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. 67: 755-757
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