Bianca van Kemenade

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University College London, London, United Kingdom 
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Lubinus C, Einhäuser W, Schiller F, et al. (2022) Action-based predictions affect visual perception, neural processing, and pupil size, regardless of temporal predictability. Neuroimage. 263: 119601
Kavroulakis E, van Kemenade BM, Arikan BE, et al. (2022) The effect of self-generated versus externally generated actions on timing, duration, and amplitude of blood oxygen level dependent response for visual feedback processing. Human Brain Mapping
van Kemenade BM, Wilbertz G, Müller A, et al. (2021) Non-stimulated regions in early visual cortex encode the contents of conscious visual perception. Human Brain Mapping
Arikan BE, van Kemenade BM, Fiehler K, et al. (2021) Different contributions of efferent and reafferent feedback to sensorimotor temporal recalibration. Scientific Reports. 11: 22631
Schmitter CV, Steinsträter O, Kircher T, et al. (2021) Commonalities and differences in predictive neural processing of discrete vs continuous action feedback. Neuroimage. 229: 117745
Uhlmann L, Pazen M, van Kemenade BM, et al. (2021) Neural Correlates of Self-other Distinction in Patients with Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders: The Roles of Agency and Hand Identity. Schizophrenia Bulletin
Straube B, van Kemenade BM, Kircher T, et al. (2020) Transcranial direct current stimulation improves action-outcome monitoring in schizophrenia spectrum disorder. Brain Communications. 2: fcaa151
Uhlmann L, Pazen M, van Kemenade BM, et al. (2020) Seeing your own or someone else's hand moving in accordance with your action: The neural interaction of agency and hand identity. Human Brain Mapping
Uhlmann L, Pazen M, van Kemenade BM, et al. (2020) T142. SELF-OTHER DISTINCTION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA: ABNORMALITIES IN THE PREDICTION OF THE SENSORY CONSEQUENCES OF ONE’S OWN ACTIONS Schizophrenia Bulletin. 46: S285-S285
Arikan BE, van Kemenade BM, Podranski K, et al. (2019) Perceiving your hand moving: BOLD suppression in sensory cortices and the role of the cerebellum in the detection of feedback delays. Journal of Vision. 19: 4
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