Prof. dr. H.E.T. (Harry) Knoors

Harry Knoors
General director Kentalis Academy

Professor in deaf education, Behavioral Science Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen, Associate editor of the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education.

Specialist areas
Research, program implementation, knowledge management, health care and educational policy development.


  • Knoors*, H., & Marschark, M., (2012). “Language planning: revisiting bilingual language policy for deaf children”, Journal of deaf studies and deaf education, 17 (3), pp 291-305
  • Marschark, M., Knoors*, H., (2012). “Herausforderungen der Inklusion für gehörlose und schwerhörige Kinder in: Inklusion und Hörschädigung.”,  Manfred Hintermair ed: Inklusion und Hörschädigung, pp 129-177
  • Marschark, M., Knoors*, H., (2012). ”Educating Deaf Children: language, cognition and learning”, Deafness and Education International 14 (3), pp 136-160
  • Ormel, E., Hermans, H., Knoors*, H., Verhoeven, L., (2012). ”Cross-language effects in written word recognition: the case of deaf children”, Bilingualism 15 (2), pp 288-303
  • van Gent*, T., Goedhart, A., Knoors*, H., Westenberg, PM., Treffers, P., (2012). “Self-concept and Ego development in deaf adolescents: a comparative study”,  Journal of deaf studies and deaf education 17 (3), pp 331-351
  • Vermeulen, J., Denessen, E., Knoors*, H., (2012). “Mainstreaming teachers about including deaf or hard of hearing students”, Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2), pp 174-181
  • Withagen. H., Kappers, A., Vervloed, M., Knoors*, H., Verhoeven, L., (2012).  “Haptic object matching by blind and sighted adults and children”, January 2012, Acta Psychologica 139 (2), pp 261-271
  • Wolters*, N., Knoors*, H., Cillessen, A., Verhoeven, L., “Impact of peer and teacher relations on deaf early adolescents well-being”,  Journal of Deaf studies and deaf education 17, pp 463-482