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Niels A. Taatgen grad student 2012 RUG
 (The problem state bottleneck : modeling the behavioral and neural signatures of a cognitive bottleneck in human multitasking)
Hedderik van Rijn grad student 2012 RUG
John Anderson post-doc 2011- Carnegie Mellon
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Jin CY, Borst JP, van Vugt MK. (2019) Predicting task-general mind-wandering with EEG. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Anderson JR, Borst JP, Fincham JM, et al. (2018) The Common Time Course of Memory Processes Revealed. Psychological Science. 956797618774526
Zhang Q, van Vugt M, Borst JP, et al. (2018) Mapping working memory retrieval in space and in time: A combined electroencephalography and electrocorticography approach. Neuroimage
Portoles O, Borst JP, van Vugt MK. (2017) Characterizing synchrony patterns across cognitive task stages of associative recognition memory. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Zhang Q, Borst JP, Kass RE, et al. (2017) Inter-subject alignment of MEG datasets in a common representational space. Human Brain Mapping
Nijboer M, Borst JP, van Rijn H, et al. (2016) Driving and Multitasking: The Good, the Bad, and the Dangerous. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1718
Fechner HB, Pachur T, Schooler LJ, et al. (2016) Strategies for memory-based decision making: Modeling behavioral and neural signatures within a cognitive architecture. Cognition. 157: 77-99
Borst JP, Ghuman AS, Anderson JR. (2016) Tracking cognitive processing stages with MEG: A spatio-temporal model of associative recognition in the brain. Neuroimage
Liang P, Jia X, Taatgen NA, et al. (2016) Activity in the fronto-parietal network indicates numerical inductive reasoning beyond calculation: An fMRI study combined with a cognitive model. Scientific Reports. 6: 25976
Anderson JR, Zhang Q, Borst JP, et al. (2016) The Discovery of Processing Stages: Extension of Sternberg's Method. Psychological Review
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