Dissertatieprijs

2018

De winnaar van de NVN Dissertatieprijs 2018!

 

 Tijdens de najaarsconferentie van 2018 heeft de NVN de Dissertatieprijs uitgereikt aan Teuni ten Brink. Zij schreef het beste proefschrift  op het gebied van de neuropsychologie, afgerond in de periode tussen 1 juli 2017 en 1 september 2018. De titel van haar werk is:  Visuospatial neglect after stroke. Heterogeneity, diagnosis and treatment. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bekijk hieronder alle inzendingen van 2018 en klik op de download voor de samenvatting of online link naar de dissertatie.

Inzendingen

Visuospatial neglect after stroke. Heterogeneity, diagnosis and treatment
Teuni ten Brink

Visuospatial neglect after stroke.  Heterogeneity, diagnosis and treatment door Teuni ten Brink

Fitness to drive of older drivers with cognitive impairments
Dafne Piersma

Fitness to drive of older drivers with cognitive impairments door Dafne Piersma

Dynamic control of balance in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder
L. Dorothee Jelsma

Dynamic control of balance in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder door L. Dorothee Jelsma

Understanding clinical outcome in patients with pituitary disease: a biopsychosocial approach
Cornelie D. Andela

Understanding clinical outcome in patients with pituitary disease: a biopsychosocial approach door Cornelie D. Andela

The Vulnerable Brain, neurodevelopment after neonatal critical illness
Raisa Schiller

The Vulnerable Brain, neurodevelopment after neonatal critical illness door Raisa Schiller

Written language in awake surgery. Monitoring of reading and spelling in glioma patients undergoing awake surgery
Fleur Céline van Ierschot

Written language in awake surgery. Monitoring of reading and spelling in glioma patients undergoing awake surgery door Fleur Céline van Ierschot

Don’t forget to grow old: Memory strategies in aging
Nikita Frankenmolen

Don’t forget to grow old: Memory strategies in aging door Nikita Frankenmolen

Predictably different? Prospective memory in autism
Daniel Sheppard

Predictably different? Prospective memory in autism door Daniel Sheppard

What have we learned? On implicit learning in ASD and SLI
Fenny Zwart

What have we learned? On implicit learning in ASD and SLI door Fenny Zwart

Recovery from mild traumatic brain injury. Risk factors and prevention of long term complaints
Myrthe E. Scheenen

Recovery from mild traumatic brain injury. Risk factors and prevention of long term complaints door Myrthe E. Scheenen