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

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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)

  • Creupelandt, C., D’Hondt, F., & Maurage, P. (2019). Towards a dynamic exploration of vision, cognition and emotion in alcohol-use disorders. Current Neuropharmacology, In press.
  • Dormal, V., Lannoy, S., & Maurage, P. (2019). Impact of exchange stay on alcohol consumption: longitudinal exploration in a large sample of European students. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, In press.
  • Flaudias, V., Heeren, H., Brousse, G., & Maurage, P. (2019). Towards a triadic approach to craving in addictive disorders: The metacognitive hub model. Harvard Review of Psychiatry, In press.
  • Fontesse, S., Demoulin, S., Stinglhamber, F., & Maurage, P. (2019). Dehumanization of psychiatric patients: Experimental and clinical implications in severe alcohol-use disorders. Addictive Behaviors, 89, 216-223. [pdf]
  • Lannoy, S., Dormal, V., Billieux, J., Brion, M., D’Hondt, F., & Maurage, P. (2019). A dual-process exploration of binge drinking: evidence through behavioral and electrophysiological findings. Addiction Biology, In press. [pdf]
  • Lannoy, S., Heeren, A., Dormal, V., Billieux, J., & Maurage, P. (2019). Is there room for attentional impairments in binge drinking? A commentary on Carbia et al. (2018). Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 98, 58-60. [pdf]
  • Rolland, B., D’Hondt, F., Montègue, S., Brion, M., Peyron, E., D’Aviau de Ternay, J., de Timary, P., Nourredine, M., & Maurage, P. (2019). A patient-tailored evidence-based approach for developing early neuropsychological training programs in addiction settings. Neuropsychology Review, In press. [pdf]

  • PhD students and Post-Docs

    • Clinical Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (LPSYS2736)