Andjean-Pierre Fryns

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In this article the general and specific cognitive impairments of the boy R.H. with a de novo deletion 22q11.2 are described. His full-scale IQ was 73, and he obtained only slightly better verbal than non-verbal subtest scores. Neuropsychological assessment revealed specific impairments in perceptual categorization of objects presented suboptimal, matching(More)
The heterogeneity of alcoholic patients has lead alcohologists to find specific treatments for them. The cognitive-behavioural approach enables recognition of the cognitive and communicational distortions disclosed by these patients. This approach attempts to correct these distortions by training social skills. In accordance with this orientation, we have(More)
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