Scientific collaboration 

Geert Crombez

Experimental-Clinical and Health Psychology, Ghent University, Belgium.

Publications

2017

Evidence for an integrated visuo-nociceptive representation of the peripersonal space of the hand

Neuropsychologia

De Paepe AL, Crombez G, Legrain V.

101:121-131

2016

What is coming near? The influence of dynamic visual stimuli on nociceptive processing

PLoS ONE

De Paepe AL, Crombez G, Legrain V.

11(5):e0155864

2015

Watching what is coming near increases tactile sensitivity: an experimental investigation

Behavioural Brain Research

Van der Biest L, Legrain V, De Paepe A, Crombez G.

297:307-14

2015

From a somatotopic to a spatiotopic frame of reference for the localization of nociceptive stimuli

PLoS ONE

De Paepe AL, Crombez G, Legrain V.

10(8):e0137120

2014

Mapping nociceptive stimuli in a peripersonal frame of reference: Evidence from a temporal order judgment task

Neuropsychologia

De Paepe A, Crombez G, Spence C, Legrain V.

56:219-28

2013

Shielding cognition from nociception with working memory

Cortex

Legrain V, Crombez G, Plaghki L, Mouraux A.

49(7):1922-34

2011

The role of spatial attention in attentional control over pain: an experimental investigation

Experimental Brain Research

Van Ryckeghem D, Van Damme S, Crombez G, Eccleston C, Verhoeven K, Legrain V.

208(2): 269-275

2011

Is distraction from pain influenced by executive functioning abilities? An experimental investigation of task switching and inhibition

European Journal of Pain

Verhoeven K, Van Damme S, Eccleston C, Van Ryckeghem D, Legrain V, Crombez G.

208(2): 269-75

2011

Controlling attention to nociceptive stimuli with working memory

PLoS ONE

Legrain V, Crombez G, Mouraux A.

6(6): e20926

2011

The role of working memory in the attentional control of pain

Pain

Legrain V, Crombez G, Verhoeven K, Mouraux A.

152(2): 453-9

2010

Keeping pain in mind: a motivational account of attention to pain

Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews

Van Damme S, Legrain V, Vogt J, Crombez G.

34(2):204-213

2009

Why become more general when we can be more specific?

Pain

Van Damme S, Crombez G, Wiech K, Legrain V, Peters ML, Eccleston C.

144(3):342-343. Comment on Hollins et al. "Perceived intensity and unpleasantness of cutaneous and auditory stimuli: an evaluation of the generalized hypervigilance hypothesis"

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

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