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Dr. Judith Kappesser

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Telefon: +49 (0) 641 / 99 - 26083Judith Kappesser
Telefax: +49 (0) 641 / 99 - 26099


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Publikationen

Kappesser, J. & Hermann, C. (2014). Wenn Schmerzen im Gedächtnis bleiben. Heilberufe, 66, 14-17.

Corbett, A., Achterberg, W., Husebo, B., Lobbezoo, F., de Vet, H., Kunz, M., Strand, L., Constantinou, M., Tudose, C., Kappesser, J., de Waal, M. & Lautenbacher, S. (2014).  An international road map to improve pain assessment in people with impaired cognition: the development of the Pain Assessment in Impaired Cognition (PAIC) meta-tool. BMC Neurology, 14, 229-243.

Kappesser, J. & Hermann, C. (2013). Entstehung und Aufrechterhaltung von chronischen Schmerzen. Psychotherapeut, 58, 503-517.

Baum, C., Kappesser, J., Schneider, R. & Lautenbacher, S. (2013). Does vigilance to pain make individuals experts in facial recognition of pain? Pain Research & Management, 18, 191-196.

De Ruddere, L., Goubert, L., Vervoort, T., Kappesser, J. & Crombez, G. (2013). Impact of being primed with social deception upon observer responses to others' pain. Pain, 154, 221-226.

Husebo, B. S., Kunz, M., Achterberg, W. P., Lobbezzo, F., Kappesser, J., Tudose, C., Strand, L. I. & Lautenbacher, S. (2012). Pain assessment and treatment challenges in patients with dementia. Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie, 23, 237-244.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2013). Clinical judgments heuristics: methods and models. European Journal of Pain, 17, 1423-1424.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2010). Pain estimation: asking the right questions. Pain, 148, 184-187.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2008). Pain judgments of patients' relatives: examining the use of social contract theory as framework. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 31, 309-317.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2006). Testing two accounts of pain underestimation. Pain, 124, 109-116.

Kappesser, J. & Williams, A. C. de C. (2002). Pain and negative emotions in the face: judgments by health care professionals. Pain, 99, 197-206.