Camille Vanderclausen - former PhD student

My research project aimed to investigate how visual experience influences the perception of nociceptive stimuli and pain. More specifically, I compared the cognitive abilities of people with congenital blindness and those of normal sighted people to localize nociceptive stimuli on the body space.

Group members

Publications

2020

Testing the exteroceptive function of nociception: the role of visual experience in shaping the spatial representations of nociceptive inputs

Cortex

Vanderclausen C, Bourgois M, De Volder A, Legrain V.

126:26-38

2020

The influence of visual experience and cognitive goals on the spatial representations of nociceptive stimuli

Pain

Vanderclausen C, Manfron L, De Volder A, Legrain V.

161(2):328-337

2018

Report of one confirmed generalized seizure and one suspected partial seizure induced by deep continuous theta burst stimulation of the right operculo-insular cortex

Brain Stimulationation

Lenoir C*, Algoet M*, Vanderclausen C, Peeters A, Ferrao Santos S, Mouraux A.

11(5):1187-1188

2017

Investigating peri-limb interaction between nociception and vision using spatial depth

Neuroscience Letters

Vanderclausen C, Filbrich L, Alamia A, Legrain V.

654: 111-116

2016

Using temporal order judgments to investigate attention bias towards pain and threat-related information. Methodological and theoretical issues

Consciousness and Cognition

Filbrich L, Torta DM, Vanderclausen C, Azanon E, Legrain V.

41:135-8

Institute of Neuroscience (IONS) - Université catholique de Louvain (UCL)

NOCIONS : PAIN RESEARCH AT UCLOUVAIN