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Donders thesis series

The Donders Institute initiated the so-called Donders Series for PhD candidates completing their research programme. As of September 2008 the series are published by the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour.

The Donders Thesis Series are basically open to all PhD candidates within the Donders Institute. PhD candidates who are enrolled at the Donders Graduate School are required to publish their PhD thesis in the series. It is optional for PhD candidates who are employed elsewhere but spend the majority of their research time at the Donders Graduate School.

The Donders Institute Thesis Series currently contain the following theses:

580. P. Dhooge-Verberne (2023)

579. Vinke, S. (2023)

578. Ottink. L. (2022)

577. Lagarde, M. (2022)

576. Kleijn, Kim de (2022)

Human brain cell and organoid models to explore the neuropathology of multiple sclerosis

575. Liefers, B. (2022)
Deep learning algorithms for age-related macular degeneration

574. Thorat, S. (2022)
Smart Search. Investigations into human visual search in structured environments.

573. Houtekamer, M. (2022)
Remember to forget what you fear

572. Yan, C. (2022)
The interplay between prior knowledge and sensation in perception

571. Coll Tané, M. (2022)
Characterizing and targeting sleep disturbances in neurodevelopmental syndromes – insights from Drosophila

570. Geuijen, P. (2022)
Substance use disorder among physicians

569. Manahova, M. (2022)
Familiarity and Expectation in Visual Processing.

568. De Weger, C. (2022)
Beyond improving visual acuity in children with Down syndrome. The effects of bifocals.

567. Liu, R. (2022)
Perception and production of communicative action

566. Shenk, J. (2022)
Trajectory Data Mining in Mouse Models of Stroke

565. Camerino, I. (2022)
White matter tracts associated with executive aspects of language production in small vessel disease and stroke.

564. Keijzer, H. (2022)
Cracking coma: MRI and EEG markers of outcome after cardiac arrest

563. Hanssen, I. (2022)
In search of balance: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Bipolar Disorder

562. De Jong, S. (2022)
The complement system in age-related macular degeneration – Functional analyses of rare coding variants in complement components

561. Paraskevopoulou, M. (2022)
Substance Misuse in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Neurocognitive Mechanisms of the Comorbidity

560. Zhou, J. (2022)
Learning to Perceive and Perceiving to Learn: How learning and prediction shape sensory processing

559. Pietersz, K. (2022)
Crossing barriers: Delivery strategies for viral-based therapy targeting the central nervous system

558. Geurts, L. (2022)
Computational mechanisms of subjective confidence in human cortex

557. Guimaraes, J. (2022)
Towards the shared genetic etiology of brain function, cognition and psychopathology

556. Capato, T. (2022)
Clinical Assessment and Management of Balance Impairments in Parkinson’s disease

555. Heilbron, M. (2022)
Getting ahead: Prediction as a window into language, and language as a window into the predictive brain

554. Baxter, P. (2022)
Spot the difference: The effects of contrasting similarities on second language vocabulary learning

553. Jendritza, P. (2022)
Neural recordings and optogenetics in the visual cortex of the marmoset

552. Emmerzaal, T. (2022)
Mitochondria, stress, and the brain; Their interactions in mouse models for stress-related psychopathologies

551. Cai, M. (2022)
Temporal dynamics of cerebral small vessel disease. A motor perspective.

550. Ausems, R (2022)
First steps towards a pericyte-based muscle therapy for myotonic dystrophy

549. Zabihi, M. (2022)
An exploration of the neurobiological signatures of psychiatric disorders using machine learning models

548. Duif, I. (2022)
Mindful versus mindless eating: The role of attention in neurocognitive processing of food reward.

547. Acar, E. (2022)
Omics studies in age-related macular degeneration

546. Verboven, A. (2022)
Transcriptomic and functional phenotyping of human neurons: towards a therapy for Koolen-de Vries Syndrome

545. Worm-Smeitink, M. (2022)
Cognitive behavior therapy. Learning from variations.

544. Waddington, F. (2022)
Understanding the heterogeneity and comorbidity of ASD and ADHD. A study of emotion recognition from genes to behaviour.

543. Manuel Moreira Araújo R. (2022)
The art of clinical neurology

542. Hanswijk, S. (2022)
Maternal Serotonin System and Offspring Risk for Neuropsychiatric Disorders

541. van der Linden, R. (2022)
Synaptic loss in Alzheimer’s disease: From genes to mechanisms

540. Brown, D. (2022)
A Multi-level Analysis of Professional Dance: From Molecule to Movement

539. Van den Bosch, R. (2022)
On the role of striatal dopamine in methylphenidate action on reinforcement learning: A large [18F]DOPA PET/fMRI study

538. De Korte, M (2022)
Effects of Pivotal Response Treatment for children with autism

537. Veenhuizen, M (2022)
Aerobic Exercise Training and Energy Conservation Management to improve social participation in people with a neuromuscular disease

536. Van Vugt, R (2022)
Stress in schizophrenia: from rats to molecules

535. Khot, G. (2022)
Chemical Imaging of Neuronal Communication

534. Riggare, S. (2022)
Personal science in Parkinson’s disease - a patient-led research study.

533. Siebelink, N. (2022)
Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Children With ADHD and Their Parents

532. Zuure, M. (2021)
The Origins of Response Conflict Theta: An Adventure in Source Separation

531 van Oort, J. (2021)
The stressed brain in health and psychopathology: A transdiagnostic approach.

530. Jäkel, L. (2021)
On the Pathophysiology and Prevalence of Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy

529. Wassenberg, T. (2021)
Monoamine neurotransmitter disorders – from biochemical aspects and clinical observations to recommendations for management

528. van Heukelum, S. (2021)
The angry brain: how cingulate cortex mediates pathological aggression in mice

527. Ward, E. (2021)
Predictive processing accounts of autism and early development

526. Perescis, M. (2022)
Early pharmacological manipulations and seizure susceptibility later in life

525. Arends R. (2021)
Impulsivity and transmission risk behavior in the ongoing HIV epidemic

524. Dam, S.
From belly to brain: investigating the role of gut bacteria in neurodevelopmental disorders using rodent models

523. Lauwen, S. (2021)
Age-related macular degeneration: From GWAS to functional effects

522. Runhart, E.
Stargardt disease - ABCA4 and beyond

521. Thielen, J (2022)
What determines vision? Bottom-up and top-down influences on visual perception

520. Timonidis, N. (2022)
In silico strategies for augmenting the mouse mesoconnectome with gene expression

519. Smedinga, M. (2021)
Diseased without symptoms . The moral desirability of Alzheimer biomarker testing

518.  Brehl A.K. (2021)

517. Wiegertjes, K. (2021)
Ischemic and hemorrhagic MRI markers of cerebral small vessel disease. Two sides of the same coin?

516. Snijders Blok, L. (2021)
Let the genes speak! De novo variants in developmental disorders with speech and language impairment.

515.Bergman, A. (2021)
Negative attentional bias as a transdiagnostic psychiatric marker

514. Marques, T. (2021)
Discriminating Parkinsonian disorders using fluid biomarkers to improve early diagnosis

513. Mossink, B. (2021)
The cell-type specific contribution of EHMT1 to neuronal network dysfunction in Kleefstra Syndrome

512. ter Avest, M. (2021)
Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Depression: How does it work and for whom?

511. Elshout, J. (2021)
Recovery potential in hemianopia: Extent, impact on daily life and predictive neural correlates

510. de Haas, N. (2021)
Mapping space, episodes and values in the hippocampus

509. Alingh, J. (2021)
Effect of robotic gait training on the post-stroke gait pattern - Evaluation of LOPES II

508. Przezdzik, I. (2021)
Investigations into cognitive systems with resting-state functional connectivity: Connectopic mapping as a way to characterise the organisation underlying complex behaviour and abstract neural functions

507. Yun, X. (2021)
Perceptual appearance: Effects of features, structure and knowledge

506. Glimmerveen, J. (2021)
In the eye of the beholder: An individualised approach towards (mal)adaptive behaviour in psychopathy

505. Song, Q. (2021)
Noradrenergic effects on the neural mechanisms underlying memory detailedness

504. Catinozzi, M. (2021)
Molecular and genetic characterization of the diverse roles of cabeza, the Drosophila homolog of human FUS

503. Vacaru, S. (2021)
To Affiliate or Not To Affiliate: Investigating Facial Mimicry in Early Development

502. van Dijsseldonk, R.B. (2021)
Step into the future: Mobility after spinal cord injury

501. Hashemi, M. (2021)
Exploring defensive freeze-fight reactions in humans: from adaptive defence to stress vulnerability

500. Driessen, J. (2021)
Psychopathic traits and mechanisms of antisocial decision-making

499. Huijsmans, I. (2021)
To have or not to have : Effects of inequality on decision-making

498. Armeni, K. (2021)
On model-based neurobiology of language comprehension: neuronal oscillations, processing memory, and prediction.

497. Rietveld, A. (2021)
Anti-cytosolic 5’-nucleotidase 1A autoantibodies in inclusion body myositis, clinical application and molecular correlations

496. Dijkstra, K. (2021)
Semantic Processing for Neurotechnology: Exploiting the N400 for Brain Computer Interfacing

495. Cillessen, L (2021)
Unraveling the effects of face-to-face and internet-based mindfulness-based interventions for cancer patients: moderating and mediating factors

494. Hofmans, L (2021)
Modulating motivation and cognitive control

493. Richter, D. (2021)
Prediction throughout visual cortex. How statistical regularities shape sensory processing

492. Singgih, E. (2021)
Biological insights into candidate genes for ADHD and related neurodevelopmental disorders: lessons learned from Drosophila

491. Keyser, J. (2021)
(Multi)sensory processing for planning and control of reaching movements

490. Os, N.J.H. van (2021)
Ataxia-telangiectasia: disease course and management

489. Bertana, A. (2121)
Computational basis of human confidence in vision

488. Bovy, L. (2021)
From Dusk to Dawn: On sleep, memory and bias in depression

487. van Lieshout, L. (2021)
Why so curious? The cognitive and neural mechanisms of information seeking

486. Mishra, A. (2021)
Multiscale Microstates (Uniform spatiotemporal analysis across spatial scales

485. Brolsma, S. (2021)
Neural mechanisms of negative learning bias – a transdiagnostic approach to mental health

484. Todorova, L. (2021)
Language bias in visually driven decisions: computational and neurophysiological mechanisms

483. Drawitsch, F. (2020)
Correlative three-dimensional light- and electron microscopy for long-range connectomics

482. Seeliger, K. (2021)
Convolutional neural networks in vision neuroscience

481. Bramson, B. (2021)
Rhythmic Control: Prefrontal Cortical Mechanisms of Emotional-Action Control

480. Wang, Y. (2021)
E-health in Epilepsy and Parkinson's Disease

479. Duikers, J. (2021)
Selfregulation in Dual Diagnosis. A neuropsychological perspective

478. Vogt, K. (2021)
Sound localization in children with congenital conductive hearing loss using acoustic implants

477. Lassche, S. (2020)
Contractile function in facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy

476. Guo, C. (2021)
Information Categorization and Generalization: a study on the role of serotonin

475. Kaldewaij, R. (2021)
Resilient control - Neural emotion-regulatory circuitries predicting acute and long-term stress-responses

474. Li, T. (2021)
Heterogeneity of neurodevelopmental disorders

473. Buric, I. (2020)
Individual differences and psychobiological responses to mind-body interventions

472. Dalmay, T. (2020)
The role of temporal neocortex in threat memory

471. Van Es, M. (2020
On the role of oscillatory synchrony in neural processing and behavior​

470. Kirkels, L. (2020)
Visual Motion Integration in Mice and Men

469. Spiess, L. (2020)
Who are you, and how many? The role of Individual Knowledge and Group Knowledge in Social Predictions

468. Janssen. N. (2020)
Staying connected as we speak: Behavioral and tractography evidence from health and neurodegenerative disease

467. Lôpo Polla, D. (2020)
Molecular approaches to decode intellectual disability syndromes

466. Roelofsen, E. (2020)
Neuromotor Flexibility Following Musculoskeletal Leg Injury

465. Van Dongen, L. (2020) 
Cognitive and psychopathological phenotyping of rare Mendelian disorders:Towards a neuropsychological algorithm

464. Tengeler, A. (2020)
Mind the microbes. The impact of microbiota and diet on brain structure and function in mouse models

463. Mendes Niniz, D. (2020)
Unravelling the role of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor in depression
BDNF overexpression in Serotonin Transporter Knockout Rats

462. Zeetsen, C. (2020)
Substance-Induced Neurocognitive Disorders detection, prevalence and course during treatment in addiction health care

461. Linda, K. (2020)
Modeling Neurodevelopmental Disorders Using Human Pluripotent Stem Cells: From Epigenetics Towards New Cellular Mechanisms

460. Santaella, A. (2020)
Tackling Parkinson's disease: a proteomic approach to biomarkers and regenerative therapy

459. Van der Kolk, N. (2020) 
Towards a prescription for exercise for people with Parkinson’s disease

458. Thomas, J. (2020)
SLOW WAVES: Assessing sleep and detrimental effects of sleep disruption on brain amyloid-β and cognitive function in shift workers

457. Wu, Z. (2020) 
The functional and structural brain alterations in ADHD and their genetic correlates

456. Van Haaften, l. (2020) 
Profiling typical and disordered speech production in children using the Computer Articulation Instrument (CAI)

455. Zonooz, B. (2020) 
Computational and Learning Mechanisms in the Human Auditory System

454. Liu, W. (2020) 
THE DYNAMIC NATURE OF OUR MEMORIES: Experimental Investigations using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

453. Van Lith, B. (2020) 
Balance and gait problems in people with hereditary spastic paraplegia: patient experience, underlying mechanisms and clinical management

452. Berenpas, F. (2020) 
Active neuroprosthesis for people with drop foot after stroke: Gait, muscle and motor nerve

451. Dirks, M. (2020) 
Neural mechanisms of Parkinson's tremor

450. Lugtmeijer, S. (2020) 
Neurocognitive mechanisms of visual working memory and episodic memory in healthy aging and after stroke

449. Peeters, D. (2020)
Serotonin and neurocognitive mechanisms of reactive aggression

448. Sanders, M. (2020)
NeuroExercise: The effects of exercise on cognition, central and cerebral hemodynamics in mild cognitive impairment

447. Fritsche, M. (2020)
Temporal Context in Visual Perception

446. Sharma, S. (2020)
Towards binaural hearing in bimodal cochlear implant

445. He, T. (2020)
Perceiving the future: predictive processing from the eyes to the brain

444. Van Waalwijk van Doorn, L. (2020)
Cerebrospinal fluid biomarker assays for Alzheimer's disease: standardization, validation and analysis of confounders

443. Boumans, R. (2020)
Feasibility and effectiveness of social robots in acquiring patient reported outcomes from older adults

442. Spyropoulos, G. (2020)
Aspects of variability in gamma oscillatory activity in awake macaque visual cortex

441. De Heus, R. (2020)
The ups and downs of blood pressure variation in cognitive impairment and dementia

440. Quax, S. (2020)
Mechanisms of active perception, a neural network approach

439. Ter Telgte, A. (2020)
On the origin of cerebral small vessel disease – from in vivo to ex vivo to histopathology

438. Van Nuland, A. (2020)
Molecular, structural, and behavioral differences between tremor dominant and non-tremor Parkinson’s disease

437. Theves, S. (2020)
Mapping conceptual knowledge acquisition in the hippocampal system

436. Vijayakumar, S. (2020)
Principles of parietal-frontal cortical organization

435. Mulders,P (2020)
Current Connections: Brain patterns in electroconvulsive therapy

434. Kruyt, I. (2020)
Bone Conduction Devices – Reviewing the past, evaluating the present, considerations for the future

433. Klee, J. (2020)
Neural Ensemble Dynamics in the Hippocampus and medial Prefrontal Cortex during Reward Prediction

432. Bielczyk, N. (2020)
Signal detection and causal inference in functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

431. Niehof, N. (2020)
Visuovestibular cue combination in vertical perception

430. Zhanf, W. (2020)
Visual motion processing in mice

429. Abu Bakar, N. (2020)
Glycomics by Mass Spectrometry For The Diagnosis of Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation (CDG)

428. Eidhof, I. (2020)
Common Biological Denominators and Mechanisms underlying Ataxia-like Motor Dysfunction: from Human to Fly

427. Mazzetti, C (2020)
On the Relationship Between Structural and Functional Underpinnings of Attention: Insights from clinical and non clinical populations

426. Sharon, D. (2020)
Advances in layer specific fMRI for the study of language, cognition and directed brain networks

425. Goselink, R. (2020)
Growing up with FSHD. Characteristics of early-onset FSHD and childhood FSHD

424. Van Duijnhoven, H. (2020)
The challenges of dynamic balance and gait for people after stroke

423. Kyriakou, E. (2020)
Unravelling the behavioural and molecular hallmarks of Spinocerebellar Ataxia type 17 (SCA17). Studies on a transgenic rat model

422. Woutersen, K. (2020)
Speed of vision in healthy aging and hemianopia

421. Verbaarschot, C. (2020)
The brain in(tending) action: Linking neural preparation and subjective experience of motor intentions

420. Thorin, J. (2020)
Can you hear what you cannot say - The interactions of speech perception and production during non-native phoneme learning

419. Trujillo, J. (2020)
Movement Speaks for Itself: The Neural and Kinematic Dynamics of Communicative Action and Gesture

418. Wynn, S. (2020)
Haven’t I seen you before? Measurement and manipulation of episodic memory confidence

417. Zaadnoordijk, L. (2020)
Discovering Structure in the Confusion: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Studying the Sense of Agency and its Development

416. Ferdek, M. (2020)
The vicious cycle of rumination. Effective connectivity study of Repetitive Negative Thinking in clinical and non-clinical groups

415. Utzerath, C. (2020)
Hypopriors in autism spectrum disorder

414. Dijkstra, N. (2020)
Envisioning imagination: neural overlap between visual imagery and perception

413. Zheng, X. (2020)
Control and monitoring in bilingual speech production: Language selection, switching, and intrusion

412. Maas, D. (2019)
Myelin Matters in Schizophrenia. Neurobiological Insights from Rat Model and Human Studies

411. Pomante, A. (2019)
Models and Mechanisms of Spatial Orientation

410. Chauvin, R. (2019)
The efficient brain: on how connectivity modulations underpin cognitive tasks

409. Calcini, N. (2019)
Principles of intracellular information transfer in the somatosensory cortex

408. Gorska, U. (2019)
Listening in on consciousness. Discriminating states of consciousness with responses to periodic auditory and texture stimulation

407. Bisseling, E. (2019)
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for distressed cancer patients: clinical relevance and therapeutic alliance

406. Ege, R. (2019)
Dealing with uncertainty in human sound localization

405. Zhang, W. (2019)
The stressed brain: Neural signatures of acute stress and their relevance for long-term stress vulnerability

404. Cooke, J. (2019)
Statistical models of object tracking

403. Van Ginkel, W. (2019)
It’s all smooth sailing: Figurative and literal aspects of language comprehension

402. Rausch, A. (2019)
System Connectomics in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Exploring the role of the Amygdala and the Thalamus

401. Van Hulst, K. (2019)
Oral motor Performance in children with neurodevelopmental disabilities; about dysphagia and drooling

400. Jager, A. (2019)
Neural Mechanisms underlying Cognitive Control of Aggression

399. Froböse, M. (2019)
The mental couch potato. Neurochemistry of cognitive control

398. Geuzebroek, A. (2019)
Seeing beyond the blind field

397. Roelofs, J. (2019) 
Static and dynamic standing balance in the chronic phase after stroke: how to recover?

396. Gomez, D. (2019) 
Advanced Brain Imaging with MRI

395. Van Alebeek, M. (2019)
Risk factors and prognosis of stroke in young adults: What to expect?

394. Bellmund, J. (2019)
Hippocampal-entorhinal codes for space, time and cognition

393. Henssen, D. (2019)
Trigeminal neuroanatomy and the subsequent insights in treating chronic neuropathic orofacial pain with motor cortex stimulation

392. Pereira Garcia, L. (2019)
Molecular dissection of prefrontal cortex development in health and disease:  How serotonin makes up our mind

391. Peeters, L. (2019)
The trunk in neuromuscular disorders: A neglected part of the chain

390. Berkers, R. (2019)
Modulation of Memory Integration in the Human Brain: Experimental Investigations of Memory Encoding & Consolidation

389. Compen, F. (2019)
Group- and individual Internet-based Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for distressed cancer patients

388. Van der Waal, M. (2019)
Out of the corner of your eye - Electrophysiology of covert visual spatial attention in healthy aging, prism adaptation and neglect

387. Ambrogioni, L. (2019)
Gaussian Processes and Beyond: From Dynamical: Modeling to Statistical Signal Processing

386. Kasap, B. (2019)
Neuro-computational modeling of the gaze control system

385. Chen, Y. (2019)
Emotional arousal effects on object recognition memory: Role of amygdala-insular cortex interactions

384. Schut, E. (2019)
Constructing knowledge: Semantic memories in mice

383. Karjosukarso, D. (2019)
Towards deeper molecular insight into familial exudative vitreoretinopathy: Zinc-ing deep into the vessel

382. Ausili, S. (2019)
Spatial hearing with electrical stimulation. Listening with cochlear implants

381. Mollink, J. (2019)
Multiscale imaging of white matter microstructure

380. Roelofs, R. (2019)
A clinical neuropsychological perspective on Noonan syndrome: From assessment to treatment

379. De Vos, J. (2019)
Naturalistic Word Learning in a Second Language

378. Van Vliet, J. (2019)
Myotonic dystrophy type 2 The challenging diagnosis of a complex disease

377. Karssemeijer, E. (2019)
Brain in motion: combined cognitive and physical exercise training in people with dementia

376. Varma, S. (2019)
Thoughts on Memory Consolidation : Effects of Thought Promotion & Suppression on Episodic Memory Consolidation

375. Van Heck, K. (2019)
Probing attentional biases", with a subtitle of "The presence and presentation of individual attentional biases in relation to salient stimuli

374. Timmer, M. (2019)
Out of Balance. Neurocognitive mechanisms underlying depression in Parkinson’s disease

373. Schellevis, R. (2019)
The Genetics of Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

372. Thielen, J. (2019)
Functional and neurochemical contribution of the medial prefrontal-thalamus-hippocampus network in episodic memory

371. Lima, A. )2019)
Quantifying Parkinson's Disease: The use of technology for objective assessment of motor symptoms

370. Schoenmakers, S. (2019)
Brainreading; Decoding the mental state

369. Markuerkiaga, I. (2019)
On the laminar specificity of BOLD-based cortical activation profiles

368. Wolfers, T. (2019)
Towards Precision Medicine in Psychiatry

367. Bussu, G. (2019)
Focusing on the individual infant: early prediction and heterogeneity of autism spectrum disorder

366. Janssen, L. (2019)
Attention for ADHD: Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for adults with ADHD

365. Klein, M. (2019)
From gene to disorder in ADHD: Mapping mechanisms at different levels of complexity

364. Ter Huurne, N. (2019)
ADHD and the Alpha Rhythm. On the role of alpha oscillations in neural mechanisms underlying Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

363. Van Rhijn, J. (2019)
The role of FOXP2 in striatal circuitry

362. Selten, M. (2019)
Altered function of the inhibitory system in rodent models of neurodevelopmental disorders

361. Da Silva Lantyer, A. (2018)
Dopaminergic regulation of the somatosensory cortex

360. Thalmeier, D. (2019)
Self-organization, learning and control: perspectives on complex systems

359. Swart, J. (2019)
To go or not to go? On motivational biases in decision-making

358. Wischnewski, M. (2019)  
Interfering with feedback processing: Implications for decision making and learning

357. Te Woerd, E. (2019)
Feeling the beat; the neurophysiology of cueing in parkinson's disease

356. Świder, K. (2019)
Pain perception. Power of placebo effect and crossed hand analgesia

355. Mostert, P.(2019)
The dynamics of visual representations under top-down modulation

354. Chotsrisuparat​, C. (2018)
Temporal and spatial judgments of occluded motion: Unimodal and crossmodal influences

353. Azarfar, A. (2018)
Adaptive sensorimotor control for navigation

352. Lojowska, M. (2019)
Freeze to see: The effect of threat on detention of coarse visual features

351. Van Baar, J. (2019)
Models of Morality in Behavior and Brain

350. Lüttke, C. (2018)
What you see is what you hear: visual influences on auditory speech perception

349. Akkermans, S. (2019)
The role of the frontostriatal circuitry in impulsive and compulsive syndromes

348. Longo, A. (2018)
VARIATION IN REPETITIVE UPPER BODY MOTIONS: novel assessment techniques and implications for work-related injuries

347. Arnoldussen, I. (2018)
Adiposity and the Brain. The adiposity-brain-axis in mice and men

346. Wohlgemuth, M. (2018)
A family-based study of Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy. lessons learnt from mild and severe phenotypes

345. Van Leijsen, E. (2018)
Unraveling the heterogeneity of cerebral small vessel disease - From local to remote effects

344. Van Mourik, T. (2018)
On the Analysis of Layer-specific FMRI

343. Ooms, S. (2018)
Sleep well, age well? Assessing sleep disruption as a player in Alzheimer’s disease pathogenesis

342. Huvenaars, M. (2018)
Severe Aggression in male adolescents. The role of genetic, cognitive and hormonal factors

341. Suwartono, C. (2018)
The Development and Psychometric Properties Evaluation of the Indonesian version of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale - Fourth Edition (WAIS-IV)

340. Karel, P. (2018)
The role of serotonin transporter genetic variation in the cause and cure of cocaine addiction

339. Dupan, S. (2018)
From man to machine – neural control of fine hand movements

338. Barsingerhorn, A. (2018)
Beyond visual acuity: Development of visual processing speed and quantitative assessment of visual impairment in children

337. Meijs, E. (2019)
Conscious perception in the predictive brain

336. Fu, L. (2018)
The ups and downs of episodic memory in older adults: the role of individual differences

335. Otworowska, M (2018)
Computational Demons of an Adaptive Brain

334. Van Middelaar, T. (2018)
Memory under pressure: blood pressure management to prevent dementia

333. Vermeulen, K. (2018)
Psychiatry and Neurocognition in Genetic Developmental Disorders: The Emblematic Case of Kleefstra Syndrome

332. Te Woerd, E. (2019)
Feeling the beat: the neurophysiology of cueing in Parkinson's disease

331. Heil, L. (2018)
The predictive social brain: On the processing of other people's behaviour

330. Güςlütürk, Y. (2018)
Effects of complexity in perception: from construction to reconstruction

329. Ruiz, H. (2018)
Particle Smoothing and Latent Process Estimation in Neuroscience

328. Kootker, J. (2018)
Depressive symptoms after stroke: risk factors and treatment

327. De Jong, D. (2018)
Regulation of cerebral perfusion in Alzheimer’s disease: from seconds to months

326. Güclü, U. (2018)
Neural coding with deep learning

325. Frankenmolen, N. (2018) 
Don’t forget to grow old. Memory strategies in aging

324. Manfré, G. (2018)
Pheno-Ratting: towards the Characterization of Motor and Psychiatric Phenotypes in the BACHD Rat Model of Huntington Disease

323. Collin, S. (2018)
Mapping memory space: Episodic memory organization in the hippocampal-cortical system

322. Müller, N. (2018)
Linking the new to the old: how prior knowledge improves

321.Knuijt, S. (2018)
Prevalence of dysarthria and dysphagia in neuromuscular diseases and an assessment tool for dyarthria in adults

320. Kung, C. (2018)
The Role of Lexical Tone, Context, and Intonation in Cantonese-Chinese

319. Shitova, N. (2018)
Electrophysiology of competition and adjustment in word and phrase production

318. Sheppard, D. (2018)
Predictably different? Prospective memory in autism

317. Kayhan, E. (2018)
How Young Learners Adapt to Change

316. Richter, A. (2018)
Network-based care for people with dementia: A complex

315. Sikora, K. (2018)
Executive control in language production by adults and children with and without language impairment

314. Van Rooij, F. (2018)
Transient neurological attacks. Neuroimaging, etiology, and cognitive consequences

313. Bakker, F. (2018)
DECISIONS IN MOTION: Action plans for reaching under whole-body translation

312. Zwart, F. (2018)
What have we learned? On implicit learning in ASD and SLI

311.Van Donkelaar, M. (2018)
Genetic and neurobiological mechanisms underlying aggression subtypes

310. Janssen, R. (2018)
Connecting the dots and dotting the connections: novel methods to improve sensitivity of graph-theoretical statistics in neuroscience

309. Barthel, C. (2018)
Moving beyond freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease

308. Sianipar, A. (2017)
Emotional and semantic meanings of words in the first and second language: Representation, learning, and processing

307. Franken, M. (2018)
Listening for speaking: Investigations of the relationship between speech perception and production

306. Mecacci, G. (2017)
Towards A Humane Neurotechnology. The Impact Of Neuroscience On The Human Self-Image

305. Kroeze,Y. (2017)
Effects of serotonin signaling on behavior and gene transcription. A journey through postnatal brain development

304. Van der Sluijs. B. (2017)
Oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy (OPMD) in the Netherlands. Beyond dysphagia and ptosis

303. Vugs, B. (2017)
Executive functions in children with SLI: a dynamic perspective

302. Holland, B. (2018)
Investigating the role of the cerebellum in idiopathic focal dystonia

301. Everaerd, D. (2017)
A load on the Mind, neural mechanisms of stress sensitivity

300. Kole, K. (2018)
Molecules of somatosensory map plasticity

299. Janssen, M. (2017)
Upper extremity function in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

298. Monroy, C. (2017)
Neurocognitive mechanisms of action sequence processing

297. Schipper, P. (2017)
Smart coping: serotonin transporter gene variation and environment interact in determining the behavioral adaptation to stress

296. Herring, J. (2017)
Driving visual cortex to study neuronal oscillations

295. Backus, A. (2017)
Connecting the dots: The mechanisms of associative memory in hippocampus and neocortex

294. Van Bergen, R. (2017)
Sensory uncertainty and response variability in human visual cortex

293. Pruim, R. (2017)
Disentangling the functional architecture of the brain in psychiatric disorders

292. Van de Bovenkamp-de Kam, D. (2017)
Postural instability in people with chronic stroke and parkinson’s desease: dynamic perspectives

291. Schulz, J. (2017)
Simultaneous multi-slice imaging techniques for MRI acquisitions

290. Braukmann, R. (2018)
Social-Cognitive Processing and Familial Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder

289. Gips, B. (2017)
Mechanisms and functional interpretations of oscillatory neuronal activity

288. Nieuwhof. F. (2017)
The complexity of walking: cognitive control of gait in aging and Parkinson's disease

287. Veugen, L. (2017)
From bimodal stimulation towards binaural integration

286. Visser, J. (2017)
Autism spectrum disorders in early childhood; Presentation, risk factors and trajectories

285. Klemann, C. (2017)
A molecular window into Parkinson's disease

284. Barendse, E. (2017) 
Autism Spectrum Disorders in High functioning Adolescents; Diagnostic considerations (AHA)

283. De Voogd, L. (2017)
Do you remember what you did last summer? On the formation and alteration of memories for stressful experiences

282. Van Nieuwenhuijzen, M. (2017)
Decoding the perception and memory trace: Neuronal representations of perceptual and memory content in time and space

281. Van Schaik, J. (2017)
Little Chameleons: An Investigation into the Development and Mechanisms of Behavioral Mimicry

280. Benevento, M. (2017)
The Epigenetic Role of the Kleefstra Syndrome Protein EHMT1 in Synaptic Scaling and Cognition

279. Naaijen, J. (2017)
Compulsivity and glutamate in neurodevelopment

278. Rijpma, A. (2017)
Multi-nutrient interventions and brain metabolism in Alzheimer’s disease: a spectrum of effects

277. Ba, W. (2017)
Mind the GAPs (and GEFs)! – Rho GTPase signalling in excitatory synapse development and intellectual disability

276. De Werd, M. (2017)
Errorless learning in dementia

275. Geurts, D. (2017) 
Translational Psychiatry: when effect motivates effect

274. Atsma, J. (2017)
Dynamic sensorimotor integration: implications for movement cancellation and visual stability

273. De Boer- Visser, M. (2017)
Between the lines: A study into the cognitive, enural and endocrine underpinnings of generating communicative behaviours

272. Gong, X. (2017)
Decision-making in social interactions. Behavioural, computational modelling, clinical, and neuroimaging perspectives

271. Smeijers, D. (2017)
Severe aggressive behavior: towards understanding some of the underlying characteristics and treatment responsivity

270. Janssen, M. (2017)
Cognitive assessment, wellbeing and brain correlates in HIV-infected patients on cART

269. Vanlangendonck, F. (2017)
Finding common ground: On the neural mechanisms of communicative language production

268. Wiesmann, M. (2017)
Vascular risk factors and Alzheimer’s disease. Therapeutic approaches in mouse models

267. Smeets, K. (2017)
Subtyping aggression and predicting cognitive behavioral treatment response in adolescents. What works for whom?

266. Van der Holst, E. (2017)
Mind the step in cerebral small vessel disease. Brain changes in motor performance

265. Bloemendaal, M. (2017)
Neural mechanisms of cognitive control: modulation by age and dopamine

264. Miceli,S. (2017)
Modulation of Barrel Cortex Microcircuitry by Serotonin

263. Van Aken, L. (2017)
The relationship between intelligence and executive function: Understanding theory in clinical practice

262. Janssen, L. (2017)
Breaking bad habits – A meditation on the neurocognitive mechanisms of compulsive behaviour

261. Van Dijk, F. (2017)
Symptomatic overlap between ADHD and Borderline Personality Disorder: the role of temperament, personality and cognition

260. Navarro Schröder, T. (2016)
Grids and Gradients - Structure and function for space in the brain

259. Schaapsmeerders,P. (2017)
Long-term cognitive impairment after first-ever ischemic stroke in young adults

258. Arntz,R. (2017)
The long-term risk of vascular disease and epilepsy after stroke in young adults

257. Van Uden, I. (2017)
The behavioral consequences of cerebral small vessel disease. An MRI approach

256. St. John-Saaltink, E. (2016)
When the past influences the present: Modulations of the sensory response by prior knowledge and task set

255. Albers, B. (2016) 
Sensory (re)Weighting in Spatial Orientation

254. Endedijk, H. (2017)
Peer Interaction Under Construction

253. Emmanouel,E. (2017)
Look at the frontal side of life. Anterior brain pathology and everyday executive function. Assessment approaches and treatment

252. Wagner,I. (2016)
On memory organization: Imaging memory representations during encoding, consolidation, and retrieval

251. Post da Silveira (2016) 
Word stress in second language word recognition and production

250. Albers, A. (2017)
On mental images in the early visual cortex

249. Piray, P. (2016)
Compute to learn. Neural implementation of computations underlying associative learning and decision making

248. Kos, A. (2016)
Regulation of cortical neuronal development by microRNA-controlled gene networks

247. Herpers, P. (2016)
Callous-unemotional traits in a cross-disorder perspective

246. Thijssen,S. (2016)
Path Integral Control

245. Rensen,Y. (2016)
Life is not a fairytale. Understanding (the relation between) intrusions and confabulations

244. Zimmermann,M. (2016)
A cerebral mechanism for translating action goals into action plans

243. Tuladhar,A. (2016)
The disconnected brain: mechanisms of clinical symptoms in cerebral small vessel disease

242. Oldehinkel, M. (2016)
Investigation of cortico-striatal network dysfunciton in ADHD using applications of resting state fMRI

241. Van Dinteren, F. (2016)
Finding a new balance: change in cortical activations during the lifespan

240. Francx, W. (2016)
On neural networks related to ADHD as a continuous disorder

239. Voet, N. (2016)
Aerobic exercise and cognitive behavioral therapy in facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy: a model based approach

238. Schlooz,W. (2016)
Drawing out the visuomotor abilities of children with mild autism spectrum disorder

237. Lam, K. (2016)
Understanding Action-Related Language: Sensorimotor Contributions to Meaning

236. Walvoort, S. (2016)
The neuropsychologyof alcohol use disorder: A multimethod evaluation of
cognition and illness insight

235. Bergsma, A. (2016)
The upper limb in neuromuscular disorders - From basic function to daily life performance

234. Witteveen, J. (2016)
Neurodevelopmental mechanisms ubderlying brain disorders – from loss-of-gene function to behavioral endophenotypes

233. Lindner, T. (2016)
Selective Visualization of intracranial arteries by means of Arterial Spin Labeled Magnetic Resonance Imaging

232. Van Holstein, M. (2016)
Neural circuitry and neurochemistry of motivated cognitive control. A cross-species approach

231.Olde Loohuis, N. (2016)
MicroRNAs: major regulators in neuronal development, synaptic function and neuropathology

230. Szewczyk, J. (2016)
The mechanisms of prediction in language comprehension

229. Martens, M. (2016)
Emerging brain circuits in silico and in vitro

228. Onnink, M. (2016)
Understanding adult ADHD From genes to brain to behaviour

227. Synhaeve, N. (2016)
Determinants of long-term functional prognosis after stroke in young adults

226. Lartseva, A. (2016)
Reading emotions: how people with Autism Spectrum Disorders process emotional language

225. Fonteyn, E. (2016)
Falls, physiotherapy and training in patients with cerebellar degeneration

224. Aalbers, T. (2016)
eHealth in the primary prevention of cognitive decline; The Brain Aging Monitor study

223. Hazenberg, S. (2016)
Perceptual constructions: contextual effects on colors, shapes and scenes

222. D’Amore, V. (2016)
The role of group I metabotropic glutamate receptors in absence epilepsy

221. Mostert, J. (2016)
A network perspective on adult ADHD

220. Huang, C. (2016)
Cortical representation of touch: from whole-cell recordings to network simulations in silico

219. Bosga-Stork, I. (2016). 
A longitudinal study of preparatory handwriting: Developing efficiency in motor control

218. Kostermans, E. (2016)
Risky decision making: individual differences and dynamic aspects of real-life risk situations

217. Beldjoud, H. (2016)
Role of the amygdala in chromatin remodeling effects underlying long-term memory

216. Bruggink, K. (2016)
Amyloid-beta and amyloid associated proteins in the pathogenesis and diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease

215. Vollebregt, M.A. (2016)
Neuronal oscillations in children with ADHD. A journey towards the development of potential new treatments for children with ADHD

214. Ekman, M. (2016)
Dynamic Reconfigurations in Human Brain Networks

213. Müller, M. (2016)
Footprints of Alzheimer’s disease. Exploring proteins and microRNAs as biomarkers for differential diagnosis

212. Spronk, D.B. (2016)
Individual differences in the acute effects of cannabis and cocaine on cognitive control

211. Bouman Z. (2016)
A measure to remember: Adaptation, standardization and validation of the Dutch version of the Wechsler Memory Scale - Fourth Edition (WMS-IV-NL)

210. Brinkman, L. (2016)
A rhythmic view on the neurophysiological mechanisms of movement selection

209. Ly, V. (2016)
Affective biasing of instrumental action: How emotion shapes behaviour

208. Van den Elsen, G.A.H. (2016)
Tetrahydrocannabinol in the treatment of neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia

207. Vermeij, A. (2016)
Cognitive plasticity in normal aging and mild cognitive impairment: Shedding light on prefrontal activation

206. Sarwary, A.M.E. (2016)
Mechanisms of interference between motor memories

205. Francken, J (2016)
Viewing the world through language-tinted glasses

204. Jiang, H. (2015)
Characterizing brain oscillations in cognition and disease

203. Rhein von, D. (2015)
Neural mechanisms of reward processing in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

202. Bosch, S. (2015)
Reactivating memories in hippocampus and neocortex

201. Lozano-Soldevilla, D. (2015)
GABAergic modulations of gamma and alpha oscillations: consequences for working memory performance

200. Blokland, Y. (2015)
Moving towards awareness detection: From Brain-Computer Interfacing to anaesthesia monitoring

199. Bertens, D. (2016)
Doin’ it right: Assessment and errorless learning of executive skills after brain injury

198. Janssen, C. (2015)
Nourishing the brain from cradle to grave: The role of nutrients in neural development and neurodegeneration

197. Richards, J. (2015)
Plasticity genes, the social environment, and their interplay in adolescents with and without ADHD – from behaviour to brain

196. Smyk, M. (2015)
Chronobiology of absence epilepsy

195. Blokpoel, M. (2015)
Understanding understanding: A computational-level perspective

194. Rijken, N. (2015)
Balance and gait in facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy, relations with individual muscle involvement

193. Marshall, T. (2015)
On the Control and manipulation of Alpha and Gamma oscillations in visual cortex

192. Bosch, M.P.C. (2015)
Needles on the Couch; acupuncture in the Treatment of Depression, Schizophrenia and Sleep Disorders

191. Atucha Treviño, E. (2015)
Emotional Modulation of Memory: Mechanisms underlying strength and accuracy of Memory

190. De Grauwe, S. (2015)
The Processing of Derivations in Native and Non-Native Speakers of Dutch

189. Stapel, J.C. (2015)
Action prediction and the development thereof

188. Nonnekes, J. (2015)
Balance and gait in neurodegenerative disease: what startle tells us about motor control

187. Clemens, I. (2015)
Multisensory integration in orientation and self-motion perception

186. Vogel, S. (2015)
The runner-up: on the role of the mineralocorticoid receptor in human cognition

185. Horschig, J. (2015)
Flexible control and training of posterior alpha-band oscillations

184. Todorovic, A. (2015)
Predictive adaptation in early auditory processing

183. Van der Meij, R. (2015)
On the identification, characterization and investigation of phase dependent coupling in neuronal networks

182. Meijer, F. (2015)
Clinical Application of Brain MRI in Parkinsonism: From Basic to Advanced Imaging

181. Maaijwee, N. (2015)
Long-term neuropsychological and social consequences after stroke in young adults

180. Huang, L. (2015)
The subiculum: a promising new target of deep brain stimulation in temporal lobe epilepsy

179. Lewis, C. (2015)
The structure and function of intrinsic brain activity

178. Van der Doelen, R. (2015)
Translational psychiatry; the twists and turns of early life stress and serotonin transporter gene variation

177. Spaak, E. (2015)
On the role of alpha oscillations in structuring neural information processing

176. Bralten, J. (2015)
Genetic factors and the brain in ADHD

175. Meyer, M. (2015)
Inbetween Modalitiers Combined EEG - (f)MRI

174. Arnoldussen, D. (2015)
Cortical topography of self-motion perception

173. Vulto-van Silfhout, A. (2014)
Detailed, standardized and systematic phenotyping for the interpretation of genetic variation

172. Van Kessel, M. (2014)
Nothing left? How to keep on the right track - Spatial and non-spatial attention processes in neglect after stroke

171. Leoné, F. (2014)
Mapping sensorimotor space: Parieto-frontal contributions to goal-directed movements

170. Van den Abeelen, A. (2014)
In control. Methodological and clinical aspects of cerebral autoregulation and haemodynamics

169. Von Borries, K. (2014)
Carrots & Sticks - a neurobehavioral investigation of affective outcome processing in psychopathy

168. Munnike, M. (2014)
Measuring and modulating the brain with non-invasive stimulation

167. Krause, F. (2014)
Numbers and magnitude in the brain: A sensorimotor grounding of numerical cognition

166. Stolk, A. (2014)
On the generation of shared symbols

165. Massoudi, R. (2014)
Interaction of task-related and acoustic signals in single neurons of monkey auditory cortex

164. Vlek, R. (2014)
From Beat to BCI: A musical paradigm for, and the ethical aspects of Brain-Computer Interfacing

163. Aerts, M. (2014)
Improving diagnostic accuracy in parkinsonism

162. Van der Schaaf, M. (2014)
Dopaminergic modulation of reward and punishment learning

161. Platonov, A. (2014)
Mechanisms of binocular motion rivalry

160. Geuze, J. (2014)
Brain Computer Interfaces for Communication: Moving beyond the visual speller

159. Kleinnijenhuis, M. (2014)
Imaging fibres in the brain

158. Boyacioglu, R. (2014)
On the application of ultra-fast fMRI and high resolution multiband fMRI at high static field strengths

157. Smulders, K. (2014)
Cognitive control of gait and balance in patients with chronic stroke and Parkinson's disease

156. Llera Arenas, A. (2014)
Adapting brain computer interfaces for non-stationary changes

155. Herbert, M. (2014)
Facing uncertain diagnosis: the use of CSF biomarkers for the differential diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases

154. Rutten-Jacobs, L. (2014)
Long-term prognosis after stroke in young adults

153. Koenraadt, K. (2014)
Shedding light on cortical control of movement

152. Wester, A. (2014)
Assessment of everyday memory in patients with alcohol-related cognitive disorders using the Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test

151. Meyer, M. (2014)
The developing brain in action. Individual and joint action processing

150. Van Geldorp, B. (2014)
The long and the short of memory: Neuropsychological studies on the interaction of working memory and long-term memory formation

149. Kok, P. (2014)
On the role of expectation in visual perception: A top-down view of early visual cortex

148. Simanova, I. (2014)
In search of conceptual representations in the brain: towards mind-reading

147. Radke, S. (2014)
Acting social: Neuroendocrine and clinical modulations of approach and decision behavior

146. Brandmeyer, A. (2014)
Auditory perceptual learning via decoded EEG neurofeedback: a novel paradigm

145. Van Ede, F. (2014)
Preparing for perception. On the attentional modulation, perceptual relevance and physiology of oscillatory neural activity

144. Piai, V. Magalhães (2014)
Choosing our words: Lexical competition and the involvement of attention in spoken word production
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143. Janssen, G. (2014)
Diagnostic assessment of psychiatric patients: A contextual perspective on executive functioning

142. Bultena, S. (2013)
Bilingual processing of cognates and language switches in sentence context

141. Delnooz, C. (2014)
Unravelling primary focal dystonia. A treatment update and new pathophysiological insights

140. Zerbi, V. (2013)
Impact of nutrition on brain structure and function. A magnetic resonance imaging approach in Alzheimer mouse models

139. Brazil, I. (2013)
Change doesn’t come easy: dynamics of adaptive behavior in psychopathy

138. Lüttjohann, A. (2013)
The role of the cortico-thalamo-cortical system in absence epilepsy

137. Wronka, E. (2013)
Searching for the biological basis of human mental abilitites. The relationship between attention and intelligence studied with P3

136. Bergmann, H. (2014)
Two is not always better than one: on the functional and neural (in)dependence of working memory and long-term memory

135. Severens, M. (2013)
Towards clinical BCI applications: Assistive technology and gait rehabilitation

134. Kos, M. (2013)
On the waves of language. Electrophysiological reflections on semantic and syntactic processing

133. Jansen, D. (2013)
The role of nutrition in Alzheimer's disease - a study in transgenic mouse models for Alzheimer's disease and vascular disorders

132. Schoon, Y. (2013)
From a Gait and Falls Clinic Visit Towards Self-Management of Falls in Frail Elderly

131. Zedlitz, A. (2013)
Brittle Brain Power. Post-stroke fatigue, explorations into assessment and treatment

130. Braakman, M. (2013)
Posttraumatic stress disorder with secondary psychotic features. A diagnostic validity study among refugees in the Netherlands

129. Nijhuis, E. (2013)
Macroscopic Networks in the Human Brain: mapping connectivity in healthy and damaged brains

128. Duijnhouwer, J. (2013)
Studies on the rotation problem in self-motion perception

127. Kroes, M. (2013)
Altering memories for emotional experiences

126. Kalisvaart, J. (2013)
Visual ambiguity in perception and action

125. Overvelde, J.(2013)
Which practice makes perfect? Experimental studies on the acquisition of movement sequences to identify the best learning condition in good and poor writers

124. Ondobaka, S. (2013)
On the conceptual and perceptual processing of own and others’ behavior

123. Eskenazi.b T. (2013)
You, Us & Them: From motor simulation to ascribed shared intentionality in social perception

122. Lagro, J. (2013)
Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular physiological measurements in clinical practice and prognostics in geriatric patients

121. Vesper, C. (2013)
Acting Together: Mechanisms of Intentional Coordination

120. Whitmarsh, S. (2013)
Nonreactivity and Metacognition in Mindfulness

119. Van Deurzen, P. (2013)
Information processing and depressive symptoms in healthy adolescents

118. Buchholz, V. (2013)
Oscillatory activity in tactile remapping

117. Volman, I. (2013)
In Control. The neural and endocrine regulation of emotional actions

116. Van Dongen, E. (2013)
Sleeping to remember. On the neural and behavioral mechanisms of sleep-dependent memory consolidation

115. Böckler, A. (2013)
Looking at the world together. How others’ attentional relations to jointly attended scenes shape cognitive processing

114. Tesink, C. (2013)
Neurobiological insights into language comprehension in autism: context matters

113. Ter Horst, A. (2013)
Modulating motor imagery. Contextual, spatial and kinaesthetic influences

112. Brenders, P. (2012)
Cross-language interactions in beginning second language learners

111. Van Kesteren, M. (2013)
Schemas in the brain: Influences of prior knowledge on learning, memory, and education

110. Henckens, M. (2013)
Imaging the stressed brain. Elucidating the time- and region-specific effects of stress hormones on brain function; a translational approach

109. Van Tooren-Hoogenboom, N. (2013)
Neuronal Communication in the Synchronized Brain. Investigating the functional role of visually-induced gamma band activity: lessons from MEG

108. Visser, P. (2013)
Leaves and forests: Low level sound processing and methods for the large-scale analysis of white matter structure in autism.

107. Van Eijndhoven, P. (2012)
State and trait characteristics of early course major depressive disorder

106. Tramper, J. (2013)
Feedforward and feedback mechanisms in sensory motor control

105. Hoogman, M. (2012)
Imaging the effects of ADHD risk genes

104. Walentovska, W. (2012)
Facing emotional faces. The nature of automaticity of facial emotion processing studied with ERPs

103. Wingbermühle, E. (2013)
Cognition and emotion in adults with Noonan syndrome: A neuropsychological perspective

102. Gons, R. (2012)
Vascular risk factors in cerebral small vessel disease: a diffusion tensor imaging study

101. Arnold, J. (2013)
When mood meets memory: neural and behavioral perspectives on emotional memory in health and depression

100. Meeuwissen, E.(2012)
Cortical oscillatory activity during memory formation

99. Azar, M.(2012)
On the theory of reinforcement learning: methods, convergence analysis and sample complexity

98. van Schouwenburg, M. (2012)
Fronto-striatal mechanisms of attentional control

97. van Nuenen, B. (2012)
Cerebral reorganization in premotor parkinsonism

96. Slats, D. (2012)
CSF biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease; serial sampling analysis and the study of circadian rhythmicity

95. Dam, W. (2012)
On the specificty and flexibility of embodied lexical-semantic representations

94. Uithol, S. (2012)
Representing Action and Intention

93. Sterrenburg, L. (2012)
The stress response of forebrain and midbrain regions: neuropeptides, sex-specificity and epigenetics

92. van den Meerendonk, N. (2012)
States of indecision in the brain: Electrophysiological and hemodynamic reflections of monitoring in visual language perception

91. Rouwette, T. (2012)
Neuropathic Pain and the Brain - Differential involvement of corticotropin-releasing factor and urocortin 1 in acute and chronic pain processing

90. Snijders, A. (2012)
Tackling freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease

89. Xiang, H.(2012)
The language networks of the brain

88. Joosten-Weyn Banningh, L. (2012)
Learning to live with Mild Cognitive Impairment: development and evaluation of a psychological intervention for patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and their significant others

87. Nonkes, L. (2012)
Serotonin transporter gene variance causes individual differences in rat behaviour: for better and for worse

86. Verhagen, L. (2012)
How to grasp a ripe tomato

85. Weber, K. (2012)
The language learning brain: Evididence from second language and bilingual studies of syntactic processing

84. Vrins, S. (2012)
Shaping object boundaries: contextual effects in infants and adults

83. Vermeer, S. (2012)
Clinical and genetic characterisation of Autosomal Recessive Cerebellar Ataxias

82. Janssen, L. (2012)
Planning and execution of (bi)manual grasping

81. Egetemeir, J. (2012)
Neural correlates of real-life joint action

80. Helle, M. (2012)
Artery-specific perfusion measurements in the cerebral vasculature by magnetic resonance imaging.

79. Spies, P. (2012)
The reflection of Alzheimer disease in CSF

78.Van Barneveld, D. (2012)
Integration of exteroceptive and interoceptive cues in spatial localization.

77. Haegens, S. (2012)
On the functional role of oscillatory neuronal activity in the somatosensory system

76. Haaxma, C. (2011)
New perspectives on preclinical and early stage Parkinson's disease.

75. Jansen, E.(2011)
New insights into V-ATPase functioning: the role of its accessory subunit Ac45 and a novel brain-specific Ac45 paralog.

74. Van Norden, A.(2011)
Cognitive function in elderly individuals with cerebral small vessel disease. An MRI study.

73. Poelmans, G. (2011)
Genes and protein networks for neurodevelopmental disorders

72. Mädebach, A. (2011)
Lexical access in speaking: Studies on lexical selection and cascading activation.

71. De Laat, K. (2011)
Motor performance in individuals with cerebral small vessel disease: an MRI study.

70. van Marle, H. (2011)
The amygdala on alert: A neuroimaging investigation into amygdala function during acute stress and its aftermath.

69. Schellekens, A. (2011)
Gene-environment interaction and intermediate phenotypes in alcohol dependence.

68. Xu, L. (2011)
The non-preganglionic Edinger-Westphal nucleus: an integration center for energy balance and stress adaptation.

67. Schaefer, R. (2011)
Measuring the mind’s ear: EEG of music imagery.

66. Buur, P. (2011)
Imaging in motion. Applications of multi-echo fMRI.

65. Reelick, M. (2011)
One step at a time. Disentangling the complexity of preventing falls in frail older persons.

64. Voermans, N. (2011)
Neuromuscular features of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and Marfan syndrome; expanding the phenotype of inherited connective tissue disorders and investigating the role of the extracellular matrix in muscle.

63. Bruinsma, I. (2011)
Amyloidogenic proteins in Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease: interaction with chaperones and inflammation.

62. van Tilborg, I. (2011)
Procedural learning in cognitively impaired patients and its application in clinical practice.

61. van Leeuwen, T. (2011)
How one can see what is not there: Neural mechanisms of grapheme-colour synaesthesia.

60. Tieleman, A. (2011)
Myotonic dystrophy type 2. A newly diagnosed disease in he Netherlands.

59. Paulus, M. (2011)
Development of action perception: Neurocognitive mechanisms underlying children’s processing of others’ actions.

58. Kleine, B. (2010)
Motor unit discharges - Physiological and diagnostic studies in ALS.

57. Van der Linden, M. (2011)
Experience-based cortical plasticity in object category representation.

56. Koopmans, P. (2011)
fMRI of cortical layers.

55. Boelen, D. (2011)
Order out of chaos? Assessment and treatment of executive disorders in brain-injured patients.

54. Helmich, R. (2011)
Cerebral reorganization in Parkinson’s disease.

53. Kuribara, M. (2011)
Environment-induced activation and growth of pituitary melanotrope cells of Xenopus laevis.

52. Ossewaarde, L. (2011)
The mood cycle: hormonal influences on the female brain.

51. Bögels, S. (2011)

The role of prosody in language comprehension: when prosodic breaks and pitch accents come into play.

50. Scheeringa, R. (2011)
On the relation between oscillatory EEG activity and the BOLD signal

49. Van der Werf, J. (2011)
Cortical oscillatory activity in human visuomotor integration

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