Nelleke van Wouwe
Nelleke van Wouwe
Assistant Professor
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Subthalamic nucleus stimulation influences expression and suppression of impulsive behaviour in Parkinson’s disease
SA Wylie, KR Ridderinkhof, WJ Elias, RC Frysinger, TR Bashore, ...
Brain 133 (12), 3611-3624, 2010
Dopamine and inhibitory action control: evidence from spontaneous eye blink rates
LS Colzato, WPM Van Den Wildenberg, NC van Wouwe, ...
Experimental brain research 196 (3), 467-474, 2009
Positive affect modulates flexibility and evaluative control
NC Van Wouwe, GPH Band, KR Ridderinkhof
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (3), 524-539, 2011
Effect of beta and gamma neurofeedback on memory and intelligence in the elderly
SM Staufenbiel, AM Brouwer, AW Keizer, NC Van Wouwe
Biological psychology 95, 74-85, 2014
Intelligence and cognitive flexibility: fluid intelligence correlates with feature “unbinding” across perception and action
LS Colzato, NC Van Wouwe, TJ Lavender, B Hommel
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 13 (6), 1043-1048, 2006
Feature binding and affect: Emotional modulation of visuo-motor integration
LS Colzato, NC Van Wouwe, B Hommel
Neuropsychologia 45 (2), 440-446, 2007
Perceiving blocks of emotional pictures and sounds: effects on physiological variables
AM Brouwer, N Van Wouwe, C Mühl, J van Erp, A Toet
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 295, 2013
Spontaneous eyeblink rate predicts the strength of visuomotor binding
LS Colzato, NC van Wouwe, B Hommel
Neuropsychologia 45 (10), 2387-2392, 2007
Proficient motor impulse control in Parkinson disease patients with impulsive and compulsive behaviors
DO Claassen, WPM van den Wildenberg, MB Harrison, NC van Wouwe, ...
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 129, 19-25, 2015
Deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus improves reward-based decision-learning in Parkinson's disease
NC van Wouwe, KR Ridderinkhof, WPM Van Den Wildenberg, GPH Band, ...
Frontiers Human Neuroscience 5, 30, 2011
Dissociable effects of dopamine on the initial capture and the reactive inhibition of impulsive actions in Parkinson's disease
NC van Wouwe, KE Kanoff, DO Claassen, CA Spears, J Neimat, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 28 (5), 710-723, 2016
Modality-specific affective responses and their implications for affective BCI
C Mühl, AM Brouwer, NC van Wouwe, EL van den Broek, F Nijboer, ...
Graz, Austria: Verlag der Technischen Universität, 2011
Sleep monitoring: a comparison between three wearable instruments
NC Van Wouwe, PJL Valk, BJ Veenstra
Military Medicine 176 (7), 811-816, 2011
Nigrostriatal and mesolimbic D2/3 receptor expression in Parkinson's disease patients with compulsive reward-driven behaviors
AJ Stark, CT Smith, YC Lin, KJ Petersen, P Trujillo, NC Van Wouwe, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (13), 3230-3239, 2018
Ventral striatal network connectivity reflects reward learning and behavior in patients with P arkinson's disease
K Petersen, N Van Wouwe, A Stark, YC Lin, H Kang, P Trujillo‐Diaz, ...
Human brain mapping 39 (1), 509-521, 2018
Focused stimulation of dorsal subthalamic nucleus improves reactive inhibitory control of action impulses
NC Van Wouwe, S Pallavaram, FT Phibbs, D Martinez-Ramirez, ...
Neuropsychologia 99, 37-47, 2017
Mesocorticolimbic hemodynamic response in Parkinson's disease patients with compulsive behaviors
DO Claassen, AJ Stark, CA Spears, KJ Petersen, NC van Wouwe, ...
Movement Disorders 32 (11), 1574-1583, 2017
Dopaminergic modulation of the updating of stimulus–response episodes in Parkinson's disease
LS Colzato, NC van Wouwe, B Hommel, S Zmigrod, KR Ridderinkhof, ...
Behavioural Brain Research 228 (1), 82-86, 2012
Speed pressure in conflict situations impedes inhibitory action control in Parkinson's disease
NC Van Wouwe, WPM Van den Wildenberg, DO Claassen, K Kanoff, ...
Biological psychology 101, 44-60, 2014
Exposing an “Intangible” cognitive skill among collegiate football players: Enhanced interference control
SA Wylie, TR Bashore, NC Van Wouwe, EJ Mason, KD John, JS Neimat, ...
Frontiers in Psychology, 49, 2018
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