Janet Bultitude
Janet Bultitude
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Derangement of body representation in complex regional pain syndrome: report of a case treated with mirror and prisms
JH Bultitude, RD Rafal
Experimental brain research 204 (3), 409-418, 2010
1252010
Putting attention on the line: investigating the activation–orientation hypothesis of pseudoneglect
JH Bultitude, AM Aimola Davies
Neuropsychologia 44 (10), 1849-1858, 2006
1012006
Connectivity between the superior colliculus and the amygdala in humans and macaque monkeys: Virtual dissection with probabilistic DTI tractography
RD Rafal, K Koller, JH Bultitude, P Mullins, R Ward, AS Mitchell, AH Bell
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (3), 1947-1962, 2015
842015
Pain, body, and space: What do patients with complex regional pain syndrome really neglect?
V Legrain, JH Bultitude, A De Paepe, Y Rossetti
Pain 153 (5), 948-951, 2012
712012
Prism adaptation reverses the local processing bias in patients with right temporo-parietal junction lesions
JH Bultitude, RD Rafal, A List
Brain 132 (6), 1669-1677, 2009
552009
Prism adaptation alters spatial remapping in healthy individuals: evidence from double-step saccades
JH Bultitude, S Van der Stigchel, TCW Nijboer
Cortex 49 (3), 759-770, 2013
512013
Adaptation to leftward-shifting prisms reduces the global processing bias of healthy individuals
JH Bultitude, JM Woods
Neuropsychologia 48 (6), 1750-1756, 2010
472010
Space-based bias of covert visual attention in complex regional pain syndrome
JH Bultitude, I Walker, C Spence
Brain 140 (9), 2306-2321, 2017
392017
Amelioration of right spatial neglect after visuo-motor adaptation to leftward-shifting prisms
JH Bultitude, RD Rafal
Cortex 46 (3), 404-406, 2010
292010
Neuropsychological Changes in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).
M Halicka, AD Vittersø, MJ Proulx, JH Bultitude
Behavioural Neurology, 2020
202020
A comparison of prism adaptation with terminal versus concurrent exposure on sensorimotor changes and spatial neglect
A Facchin, JH Bultitude, G Mornati, M Peverelli, R Daini
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 30 (4), 613-640, 2020
132020
Le syndrome douloureux régional complexe à la lumière des troubles de la cognition spatiale: des opportunités physiopathologiques et thérapeutiques?
Y Rossetti, S Jacquin-Courtois, V Legrain, J Bultitude, J O’Shea
Syndromes douloureux chroniques en médecine physique et de réadaptation, 99-109, 2013
132013
Studying the neural bases of prism adaptation using fMRI: A technical and design challenge
JH Bultitude, A Farnè, R Salemme, D Ibarrola, C Urquizar, J O’Shea, ...
Behavior research methods 49 (6), 2031-2043, 2017
122017
Tactile gap detection deteriorates during bimanual symmetrical movements under mirror visual feedback
JH Bultitude, G Juravle, C Spence
PloS one 11 (1), e0146077, 2016
122016
Moving forward with prisms: sensory-motor adaptation improves gait initiation in Parkinson’s disease
JH Bultitude, RD Rafal, C Tinker
Frontiers in neurology 3, 132, 2012
122012
Functional Mapping of the Human Auditory Cortex: fMRI Investigation of a Patient with Auditory Agnosia from Trauma to the Inferior Colliculus
O Poliva, PEG Bestelmeyer, M Hall, JH Bultitude, K Koller, RD Rafal
Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 28 (3), 160-180, 2015
112015
Disputing space-based biases in unilateral complex regional pain syndrome
M Halicka, AD Vittersø, H McCullough, A Goebel, L Heelas, MJ Proulx, ...
Cortex 127, 248-268, 2020
102020
Prism adaptation does not alter object-based attention in healthy participants
JH Bultitude, A List, AMA Davies
F1000Research 2, 2013
92013
Pain reduction by inducing sensory-motor adaptation in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS PRISMA): protocol for a double-blind randomized controlled trial
M Halicka, AD Vittersø, MJ Proulx, JH Bultitude
BMC neurology 20 (1), 1-24, 2020
72020
Altered updating of bodily and spatial representations after tool-use in complex regional pain syndrome
AD Vittersø, G Buckingham, M Halicka, MJ Proulx, JH Bultitude
Pain 161 (7), 1609-1628, 2020
72020
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