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Authors register: A. Aleman

Essay

2019/6

M. Arns, C. Bervoets, P. van Eijndhoven, C. Baeken, O.A. van den Heuvel, A. Aleman, D.J.L.G. Schutter, Y. van der Werf, S. van Belkum, I.E. Sommer, R. van Ruth, B. Haarman, J. Spijker, A.T. Sack

Consensus statement on the application of rTMS in depression in the Netherlands and Belgium, 411 - 420

Review article

2018/11

S.M. van Belkum, M.K. de Boer, G-J. Taams, D.J.L.G. Schutter, A. Aleman, R.A. Schoevers, B.C.M. Haarman

rTMS for treatment resistant depression – proposal for a treatment protocol, 766 - 773

Editorial

2017/10 themanummer Hersenstimulatie

C. Baeken, A. Aleman, P. Sienaert, A.T. Sack

Brain stimulation in the Low Countries:back from the past?, 586 - 587

Short report

2017/10 themanummer Hersenstimulatie

T.A. de Graaf, C. Baeken, P. Sienaert, A. Aleman, A.T. Sack

Brain stimulation: the most direct form of neurostimulation, 588 - 593

Short report

2017/10 themanummer Hersenstimulatie

A. Aleman, J. Brummelman, J.J. Dlabac-de lange, S. Koops, H. Knegtering, S.F.W. Neggers, I.E. Sommer

Non-invasive brain stimulation in schizophrenia: hallucinations and negative symptoms, 612 - 616

Review article

2016/6

S. de Jong, R.J.M. van Donkersgoed, J. Arends, P.H. Lysaker, L. Wunderink, M. van der Gaag, A. Aleman, G.H.M. Pijnenborg

Metacognition in psychotic disorders: from concepts to intervention, 455 - 462

Review article

2014/11

E. Opmeer, R. Kortekaas, A. Aleman

Brain activation as endophenotype for investigating genetics of depression, 717 - 725

Essay

2010/12

G.A.M. Pijnenborg, A. Aleman

Awareness of illness in patients with schizophrenia: theoretical insights and a proposal for treatment, 825 - 835

Review article

2002/2

I.E.C. Sommer, A. Aleman, J.-P. Selten, N.F. Ramsey, A. Bouma, R. Kahn

Lateralization in schizophrenia: a meta-analysis, 107 - 118

Review article

2002/11

A. Aleman

Hallucinations: a cognitive neuropsychiatric approach, 753 - 758

Review article

1999/1

A. Aleman, E.H.F. de Haan

Clozapine and cognitive function, 37 - 43