• [PDF] Moore, M. J., Shalev, N., Gillebert, C. R., & Demeyere, N.. (2020). Dissociations within neglect-related reading impairments: egocentric and allocentric neglect dyslexia. Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology(1).
  • [PDF] Robotham, R. J., Riis, J. O., & Demeyere, N.. (2020). A Danish version of the Oxford cognitive screen: a stroke-specific screening test as an alternative to the MoCA. Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. section b, aging, neuropsychology and cognition, 27(1), 52–65.


  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., Sun, S., Milosevich, E., & Vancleef, K.. (2019). Post-stroke cognition with the Oxford Cognitive Screen vs Montreal Cognitive Assessment: a multi-site randomized controlled study (OCS-CARE). Amrc open research, 1, 12.
  • [PDF] Huygelier, H., Schraepen, B., Demeyere, N., & Gillebert, C. R.. (2019). The Dutch version of the Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS-NL): normative data and their association with age and socio-economic status. Aging, neuropsychology, and cognition, 1–22.
  • [PDF] Shendyapina, M., Kuzmina, E., Kazymaev, S., Petrova, A., Demeyere, N., & Weekes, B. S.. (2019). The russian version of the oxford cognitive screen: validation study on stroke survivors.. Neuropsychology, 33(1), 77.
  • [PDF] Moore, M. J., Vancleef, K., Shalev, N., Husain, M., & Demeyere, N.. (2019). When neglect is neglected: nihss observational measure lacks sensitivity in identifying post-stroke unilateral neglect. J neurol neurosurg psychiatry, jnnp–2018.
  • [PDF] Milosevich, E., Pendlebury, S., & Demeyere, N.. (2019). Reply to:“diagnostic test accuracy of the montreal cognitive assessment in the detection of post-stroke cognitive impairment under different stages and cutoffs: a systematic review and meta-analysis”. Neurological sciences, 1–2.
  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., & Céline R, G.. (2019). Ego- and allocentric visuospatial neglect: dissociations, prevalence, and laterality in acute stroke.. Neuropsychology, 33(3), 490–498.


  • [PDF] Shalev, N., Humphreys, G., & Demeyere, N.. (2018). Manipulating perceptual parameters in a continuous performance task. Behavior research methods, 50(1), 380–391.
  • [PDF] Shalev, N., De Wandel, L., Dockree, P., Demeyere, N., & Chechlacz, M.. (2018). Beyond time and space: the effect of a lateralized sustained attention task and brain stimulation on spatial and selective attention. Cortex, 107, 131–147.
  • [PDF] Varjačić, A., Mantini, D., Levenstein, J., Slavkova, E. D., Demeyere, N., & Gillebert, C. R.. (2018). The role of left insula in executive set-switching: lesion evidence from an acute stroke cohort. Cortex, 107, 92–101.
  • [PDF] Mancuso, M., Demeyere, N., Abbruzzese, L., Damora, A., Varalta, V., Pirrotta, F., Antonucci, G., Matano, A., Caputo, M., Caruso, M. G., & others. (2018). Using the oxford cognitive screen to detect cognitive impairment in stroke patients: a comparison with the mini-mental state examination. Frontiers in neurology, 9, 101.
  • [PDF] Varjacic, A., Mantini, D., Demeyere, N., & Gillebert, C. R.. (2018). Neural signatures of trail making test performance: evidence from lesion-mapping and neuroimaging studies. Neuropsychologia, 115, 78–87.
  • [PDF] Rosenberg, M., Pettifor, A., Duta, M., Demeyere, N., Wagner, R. G., Selin, A., MacPhail, C., Laeyendecker, O., Hughes, J. P., Stein, A., & others. (2018). Executive function associated with sexual risk in young south african women: findings from the hptn 068 cohort. Plos one, 13(4), e0195217.
  • [PDF] Mole, J. A., & Demeyere, N.. (2018). The relationship between early post-stroke cognition and longer term activities and participation: a systematic review. Neuropsychological rehabilitation, 1–25.
  • [PDF] Hong, W., Tao, J., Wong, A. W., Yang, S., Leung, M., Lee, T., Demeyere, N., Lau, S. C., Chien, C., Chan, C. C., & others. (2018). Psychometric properties of the chinese (putonghua) version of the oxford cognitive screen (ocs-p) in subacute poststroke patients without neglect. Biomed research international, 2018.
  • [PDF] Moore, M. J., & Demeyere, N.. (2018). Neglect dyslexia as a word-centred impairment: a single case study. Cortex.


  • [PDF] Humphreys, G. W., Duta, M. D., Montana, L., Demeyere, N., McCrory, C., Rohr, J., Kahn, K., Tollman, S., & Berkman, L.. (2017). Cognitive function in low-income and low-literacy settings: validation of the tablet-based oxford cognitive screen in the health and aging in africa: a longitudinal study of an indepth community in south africa (haalsi). The journals of gerontology: series b, 72(1), 38–50.
  • [PDF] Finsterwalder, S., Demeyere, N., & Gillebert, C. R.. (2017). Deficit in feature-based attention following a left thalamic lesion. Neuropsychologia, 102, 1–10.
  • [PDF] Wright, H., Jenks, R. A., & Demeyere, N.. (2017). Frequent sexual activity predicts specific cognitive abilities in older adults. The journals of gerontology: series b, 74(1), 47–51.
  • [PDF] Haupt, M., Gillebert, C. R., & Demeyere, N.. (2017). The zero effect: voxel-based lesion symptom mapping of number transcoding errors following stroke. Scientific reports, 7(1), 9242.
  • [PDF] Demeyere, N.. (2017). From bench to bedside in neuropsychology: professor glyn w. humphreys’ legacy. Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics, 26(4), 705–709.
  • [PDF] Moore, M. J., & Demeyere, N.. (2017). Neglect dyslexia in relation to unilateral visuospatial neglect: a review. Aims neuroscience, 4(4).


  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., Riddoch, M., Slavkova, E., Jones, K., Reckless, I., Mathieson, P., & Humphreys, G.. (2016). Domain-specific versus generalized cognitive screening in acute stroke. Journal of neurology, 263(2), 306–315.
  • [PDF] Puvanendran, K., Dowker, A., & Demeyere, N.. (2016). Compensating arithmetic ability with derived fact strategies in broca’s aphasia: a case report. Neurocase, 22(2), 205–214.
  • [PDF] Shalev, N., Humphreys, G., & Demeyere, N.. (2016). Assessing the temporal aspects of attention and its correlates in aging and chronic stroke patients. Neuropsychologia, 92, 59–68.
  • [PDF] Harrison, J. K., Noel-Storr, A. H., Demeyere, N., Reynish, E. L., & Quinn, T. J.. (2016). Outcomes measures in a decade of dementia and mild cognitive impairment trials. Alzheimer’s research & therapy, 8(1), 48.


  • [PDF] Bickerton, W., Demeyere, N., Francis, D., Kumar, V., Remoundou, M., Balani, A., Harris, L., Williamson, J., Lau, J. K., Samson, D., & others. (2015). The bcos cognitive profile screen: utility and predictive value for stroke.. Neuropsychology, 29(4), 638.
  • [PDF] Antoniades, C. A., Demeyere, N., Kennard, C., Humphreys, G. W., & Hu, M. T.. (2015). Antisaccades and executive dysfunction in early drug-naive parkinson’s disease: the discovery study. Movement disorders, 30(6), 843–847.
  • [PDF] Vancleef, K., Acke, E., Torfs, K., Demeyere, N., Lafosse, C., Humphreys, G., Wagemans, J., & de-Wit , L.. (2015). Reliability and validity of the l euven perceptual organization screening test (l-post). Journal of neuropsychology, 9(2), 271–298.
  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., Riddoch, J. M., Slavkova, E. D., Bickerton, W., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2015). The oxford cognitive screen (ocs): validation of a stroke-specific short cognitive screening tool.. Psychological assessment, 27(3), 883.
  • [PDF] Massa, S. M., Wang, N., Bickerton, W., Demeyere, N., Riddoch, J. M., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2015). On the importance of cognitive profiling: a graphical modelling analysis of domain-specific and domain-general deficits after stroke. Cortex, 71, 190–204.


  • [PDF] Chechlacz, M., Rotshtein, P., Demeyere, N., Bickerton, W., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2014). The frequency and severity of extinction after stroke affecting different vascular territories. Neuropsychologia, 54, 11–17.
  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., Rotshtein, P., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2014). Common and dissociated mechanisms for estimating large and small dot arrays: value-specific fmri adaptation. Human brain mapping, 35(8), 3988–4001.
  • [PDF] Storer, L., & Demeyere, N.. (2014). Disruptions to number bisection after brain injury: neglecting parts of the mental number line or working memory impairments?. Brain and cognition, 86, 116–123.
  • [PDF] Chechlacz, M., Novick, A., Rotshtein, P., Bickerton, W., Humphreys, G. W., & Demeyere, N.. (2014). The neural substrates of drawing: a voxel-based morphometry analysis of constructional, hierarchical, and spatial representation deficits. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 26(12), 2701–2715.


  • [PDF] Woodbridge, R., Chechlacz, M., Humphreys, G. W., & Demeyere, N.. (2013). Neuro-anatomical correlates of a number bisection bias: a neuropsychological voxel-based morphometry study. Neuroimage: clinical, 2, 143–150.
  • [PDF] Chechlacz, M., Terry, A., Demeyere, N., Douis, H., Bickerton, W., Rotshtein, P., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2013). Common and distinct neural mechanisms of visual and tactile extinction: a large scale vbm study in sub-acute stroke. Neuroimage: clinical, 2, 291–302.


  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., Rotshtein, P., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2012). The neuroanatomy of visual enumeration: differentiating necessary neural correlates for subitizing versus counting in a neuropsychological voxel-based morphometry study. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 24(4), 948–964.
  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2012). Immediate small number perception: evidence from a new numerical carry-over procedure.. Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance, 38(1), 18.


  • [PDF] Delvenne, J., Castronovo, J., Demeyere, N., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2011). Bilateral field advantage in visual enumeration. Plos one, 6(3), e17743.


  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., Lestou, V., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2010). Neuropsychological evidence for a dissociation in counting and subitizing. Neurocase, 16(3), 219–237.


  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., Rzeskiewicz, A., Humphreys, K. A., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2008). Automatic statistical processing of visual properties in simultanagnosia. Neuropsychologia, 46(11), 2861–2864.


  • [PDF] Demeyere, N., & Humphreys, G. W.. (2007). Distributed and focused attention: neuropsychological evidence for separate attentional mechanisms when counting and estimating.. Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance, 33(5), 1076.