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Articlesummary with A model to approaching and providing feedback to patients regarding invalid test performance in clinical neuropsychological evaluations by Carone a.o. - 2010
Articlesummary with Clinical strategies to assess the credibility of presentations in children by Carone - 2015
Articlesummary with Dynamic assessment in persons with severe aphasia by Paemeleire & Moerkerke - 2019
Artikelsamenvatting bij Central Touch disorders van Stralen & Dijkman - 2011
Artikelsamenvatting bij Visual association test to detect early dementia of the Alzheimer type van Lindeboom e.a. - 2002
Artikelsamenvatting bij Neuropsychological assessment of 86-year-old man with Broca's aphasia complaining of memory difficulties van Woods e.a. - 2016
Artikelsamenvatting bij Diagnostische instrumenten voor het onderzoeken van Afasie van AfasieNet - 2015
Artikelsamenvatting bij A multiperspective approach to the conceptualization of executive functions. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology van Packwood e.a. - 2011
Articlesummary with Walk like me, talk like me. The connection between mirror neurons and autism spectrum disorder by Saffin & Tohid - 2020
Artikelsamenvatting bij Klinische neuropsychologie: een must voor de gz-psycholoog? van Duits & Dijkstra - 2018
Articlesummary with Language disorders in Guideline neuropsychological rehabilitation by Visch-Brink & Wencke Veenstra, Paragraph 3.9 - Chapter
Artikelsamenvatting bij Taalstoornissen van Visch-Brink & Wencke Veenstra (Richtlijn neuropsychologische revalidatie, 3.9) - Chapter
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