Frederick Verbruggen

University of Exeter, Exeter, England, United Kingdom 
"Frederick Verbruggen"
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Verbruggen F, Aron AR, Band GP, et al. (2019) A consensus guide to capturing the ability to inhibit actions and impulsive behaviors in the stop-signal task. Elife. 8
Sedgmond J, Lawrence NS, Verbruggen F, et al. (2019) Prefrontal brain stimulation during food-related inhibition training: effects on food craving, food consumption and inhibitory control. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 181186
Allen C, Singh KD, Verbruggen F, et al. (2018) Evidence for parallel activation of the pre-supplementary motor area and inferior frontal cortex during response inhibition: a combined MEG and TMS study. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 171369
Adams RC, Lawrence NS, Verbruggen F, et al. (2016) Training response inhibition to reduce food consumption: Mechanisms, stimulus specificity and appropriate training protocols. Appetite
Verbruggen F, Chambers CD, Lawrence NS, et al. (2016) Winning and Losing: Effects on Impulsive Action. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Verbruggen F, McAndrew A, Weidemann G, et al. (2016) Limits of Executive Control: Sequential Effects in Predictable Environments. Psychological Science
Elchlepp H, Lavric A, Chambers CD, et al. (2016) Proactive inhibitory control: A general biasing account. Cognitive Psychology. 86: 27-61
Noël X, Brevers D, Hanak C, et al. (2016) On the automaticity of response inhibition in individuals with alcoholism. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 51: 84-91
Elchlepp H, Lavric A, Chambers CD, et al. (2016) Proactive inhibitory control: A general biasing account Cognitive Psychology. 86: 27-61
Bowditch WA, Verbruggen F, McLaren IP. (2015) Associatively mediated stopping: Training stimulus-specific inhibitory control. Learning & Behavior
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