Dimitri Van Ryckeghem
Dimitri Van Ryckeghem
Maastricht University; Ghent University
Verified email at ugent.be
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Attentional bias to pain-related information: a meta-analysis
G Crombez, DML Van Ryckeghem, C Eccleston, S Van Damme
Pain 154 (4), 497-510, 2013
2422013
A meta-analysis of serious digital games for healthy lifestyle promotion
A DeSmet, D Van Ryckeghem, S Compernolle, T Baranowski, ...
Preventive medicine 69, 95-107, 2014
2232014
A meta-analysis of serious digital games for healthy lifestyle promotion
A DeSmet, D Van Ryckeghem, S Compernolle, T Baranowski, ...
Preventive medicine 69, 95-107, 2014
2232014
The role of motivation in distracting attention away from pain: an experimental study
K Verhoeven, G Crombez, C Eccleston, DML Van Ryckeghem, S Morley, ...
PAIN® 149 (2), 229-234, 2010
1372010
A systematic review and meta-analysis of interventions for sexual health promotion involving serious digital games
A DeSmet, R Shegog, D Van Ryckeghem, G Crombez, ...
Games for health journal 4 (2), 78-90, 2015
642015
No pain no gain? Pursuing a competing goal inhibits avoidance behavior
S Van Damme, DML Van Ryckeghem, F Wyffels, L Van Hulle, G Crombez
PAIN® 153 (4), 800-804, 2012
632012
Distraction from pain and executive functioning: an experimental investigation of the role of inhibition, task switching and working memory
K Verhoeven, E Christopher, MLVR Dimitri, L Valéry, C Geert
European journal of pain 15 (8), 866-873, 2011
602011
Children’s selective attention to pain and avoidance behaviour: the role of child and parental catastrophizing about pain
T Vervoort, Z Trost, DML Van Ryckeghem
PAIN® 154 (10), 1979-1988, 2013
552013
When you dislike patients, pain is taken less seriously
L De Ruddere, L Goubert, KM Prkachin, MAL Stevens, ...
PAIN® 152 (10), 2342-2347, 2011
492011
Pain catastrophizing influences the use and the effectiveness of distraction in schoolchildren
K Verhoeven, L Goubert, T Jaaniste, DML Van Ryckeghem, G Crombez
European Journal of Pain 16 (2), 256-267, 2012
452012
The predictive value of attentional bias towards pain-related information in chronic pain patients: a diary study
DML Van Ryckeghem, G Crombez, L Goubert, J De Houwer, T Onraedt, ...
PAIN® 154 (3), 468-475, 2013
422013
Attentional bias towards pain-related information diminishes the efficacy of distraction
DML Van Ryckeghem, G Crombez, L Van Hulle, S Van Damme
PAIN® 153 (12), 2345-2351, 2012
422012
The role of spatial attention in attentional control over pain: an experimental investigation
DML Van Ryckeghem, S Van Damme, G Crombez, C Eccleston, ...
Experimental brain research 208 (2), 269-275, 2011
402011
The interruptive effect of pain in a multitask environment: an experimental investigation
DML Van Ryckeghem, G Crombez, C Eccleston, B Liefooghe, ...
The Journal of Pain 13 (2), 131-138, 2012
392012
The Experience of Cognitive Intrusion of Pain: scale development and validation
N Attridge, G Crombez, D Van Ryckeghem, E Keogh, C Eccleston
Pain 156 (10), 1978, 2015
382015
The relationship between adolescents' pain catastrophizing and attention bias to pain faces is moderated by attention control
LC Heathcote, T Vervoort, C Eccleston, E Fox, K Jacobs, ...
Pain 156 (7), 1334-1341, 2015
352015
The relationship between adolescents' pain catastrophizing and attention bias to pain faces is moderated by attention control
LC Heathcote, T Vervoort, C Eccleston, E Fox, K Jacobs, ...
Pain 156 (7), 1334-1341, 2015
352015
Keeping pain out of your mind: the role of attentional set in pain
DML Van Ryckeghem, G Crombez, C Eccleston, V Legrain, ...
European Journal of Pain 17 (3), 402-411, 2013
332013
Implicit associations between pain and self-schema in patients with chronic pain
DML Van Ryckeghem, J De Houwer, B Van Bockstaele, S Van Damme, ...
PAIN® 154 (12), 2700-2706, 2013
272013
Attentional bias to pain-related information: a meta-analysis of dot-probe studies
J Todd, DML van Ryckeghem, L Sharpe, G Crombez
Health psychology review 12 (4), 419-436, 2018
262018
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