Damian Cruse
Damian Cruse
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham
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Bedside detection of awareness in the vegetative state: a cohort study
D Cruse, S Chennu, C Chatelle, TA Bekinschtein, D Fernández-Espejo, ...
The Lancet, 2011
A role for the default mode network in the bases of disorders of consciousness
D Fernández‐Espejo, A Soddu, D Cruse, EM Palacios, C Junque, ...
Annals of neurology 72 (3), 335-343, 2012
Detecting Awareness in the Vegetative State: Electroencephalographic Evidence for Attempted Movements to Command
D Cruse, S Chennu, D Fernández-Espejo, WL Payne, GB Young, ...
PLOS ONE 7 (11), e49933, 2012
Brain–computer interfaces for communication with nonresponsive patients
L Naci, MM Monti, D Cruse, A Kübler, B Sorger, R Goebel, B Kotchoubey, ...
Annals of neurology 72 (3), 312-323, 2012
Relationship between etiology and covert cognition in the minimally conscious state
D Cruse, S Chennu, C Chatelle, D Fernández-Espejo, TA Bekinschtein, ...
Neurology 78 (11), 816-822, 2012
Brain-computer interfacing in disorders of consciousness
C Chatelle, S Chennu, Q Noirhomme, D Cruse, AM Owen, S Laureys
Brain Injury 26 (12), 1510-1522, 2012
Risk, diagnostic error, and the clinical science of consciousness
A Peterson, D Cruse, L Naci, C Weijer, AM Owen
NeuroImage: Clinical 7, 588-597, 2015
Prefrontal cortex contributions to episodic retrieval monitoring and evaluation
D Cruse, EL Wilding
Neuropsychologia 47 (13), 2779-2789, 2009
Multiple tasks and neuroimaging modalities increase the likelihood of detecting covert awareness in patients with Disorders of Consciousness
RM Gibson, D Fernández-Espejo, LE Gonzalez-Lara, BY Kwan, DH Lee, ...
Name: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 950, 2014
Assessing decision-making capacity in the behaviorally nonresponsive patient with residual covert awareness
A Peterson, L Naci, C Weijer, D Cruse, D Fernández-Espejo, M Graham, ...
AJOB Neuroscience 4 (4), 3-14, 2013
Consciousness revealed: new insights into the vegetative and minimally conscious states
D Cruse, AM Owen
Current opinion in neurology 23 (6), 656-660, 2010
Actigraphy assessments of circadian sleep-wake cycles in the Vegetative and Minimally Conscious States
D Cruse, A Thibaut, A Demertzi, JC Nantes, MA Bruno, O Gosseries, ...
BMC Medicine 11 (1), 18, 2013
Combination of diffusion tensor and functional magnetic resonance imaging during recovery from the vegetative state
D Fernández-Espejo, C Junque, D Cruse, M Bernabeu, T Roig-Rovira, ...
BMC neurology 10 (1), 77, 2010
The reliability of the N400 in single subjects: Implications for patients with disorders of consciousness
D Cruse, S Beukema, S Chennu, JG Malins, AM Owen, K McRae
NeuroImage: Clinical, 2014
A hierarchy of event-related potential markers of auditory processing in disorders of consciousness
S Beukema, LE Gonzalez-Lara, P Finoia, E Kamau, J Allanson, S Chennu, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 12, 359-371, 2016
Clinical neurophysiology of prolonged disorders of consciousness: from diagnostic stimulation to therapeutic neuromodulation
A Ragazzoni, M Cincotta, F Giovannelli, D Cruse, GB Young, C Miniussi, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 128 (9), 1629-1646, 2017
Reanalysis of “Bedside detection of awareness in the vegetative state: a cohort study”–Authors' reply
D Cruse, S Chennu, C Chatelle, TA Bekinschtein, D Fernández-Espejo, ...
The Lancet 381 (9863), 291-292, 2013
Somatosensory attention identifies both overt and covert awareness in disorders of consciousness
RM Gibson, S Chennu, D Fernández‐Espejo, L Naci, AM Owen, D Cruse
Annals of Neurology 80 (3), 412-423, 2016
Lies, damned lies and diagnoses: Estimating the clinical utility of assessments of covert awareness in the vegetative state
D Cruse, I Gantner, A Soddu, AM Owen
Brain Injury 28 (9), 1197-1201, 2014
Shining a light on awareness: A review of functional near-infrared spectroscopy for prolonged disorders of consciousness
M Rupawala, H Dehghani, SJE Lucas, P Tino, D Cruse
Frontiers in Neurology 9, 350, 2018
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