Pierre MAURAGE


Pierre MAURAGE [CV-English] FNRS Research Associate / Professor

pierre.maurage@uclouvain.be
+ 32 (0) 10 47 48 04

Research domains
  • Population: Alcohol-dependence and binge drinking.
  • Topics: Emotional, interpersonal and cognitive (attention, executive functions) processes.
  • Tools: Behavioural and neuroscience (EEG, ERPs, fMRI) measures.
  • Other domains: emotional processing in psychiatric (schizophrenia) and neurological (Huntington Disease) states; crossmodal integration; olfaction

Selected recent publications
    (see CV or Google scholar citations report or Research Gate profile for the full publication list)

  • Brion, M., D’Hondt, F., Pitel, A.L., Lecomte, B., Ferrauge, M., de Timary, P., & Maurage, P. (2017). Executive functions in alcohol-dependence: a theoretically grounded and integrative exploration. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 177, 39-47. [pdf]
  • D’Hondt, F., & Maurage, P. (2017). Electrophysiological studies in Internet addiction: A review within the dual-process framework. Addictive Behaviors, 64, 321-327. [pdf]
  • Heeren, A., Dricot, L., Billieux, J., Philippot, P., Grynberg, D., de Timary, P., & Maurage, P. (2017). Correlates of social exclusion in social anxiety disorder: An fMRI study. Scientific Reports, 7, 260. [pdf]
  • Lannoy, S., Billieux, J., Poncin, M., & Maurage, P. (2017). Binging at the campus: motivations and impulsivity influence binge drinking profiles in university students. Psychiatry Research, 250, 146-154.[pdf]
  • Lannoy, S., Heeren, A., Moyaerts, N., Bruneau, N., Evrard, S., Billieux, J., & Maurage, P. (2017). Differential impairments across attentional networks in binge drinking. Psychopharmacology, 234, 1059-1068.​ [pdf]
  • Maurage, P., Heeren, A., Lahaye, M., Jeanjean, A., Guettat, L., Verellen-Dumoulin, C., Halkin, S., Billieux, J., & Constant, E. (2017). Attentional impairments in Huntington’s disease: a specific deficit for the executive conflict. Neuropsychology, 31, 424-436. [pdf]

  • PhD students and Post-Docs

    Teaching
    • Advances in Neuroscience (LPSYS2927)
    • Clinical Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (LPSYS2736)

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