Vincent Van Veen

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
"Vincent Van Veen"
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Cameron S. Carter grad student 2006 University of Pittsburgh
 (A neuroimaging approach to the relationship between attention and speed -accuracy tradeoff.)
Mark D'Esposito post-doc UC Berkeley
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van Veen V, Krug MK, Schooler JW, et al. (2009) Neural activity predicts attitude change in cognitive dissonance. Nature Neuroscience. 12: 1469-74
van Veen V, Krug MK, Carter CS. (2008) The neural and computational basis of controlled speed-accuracy tradeoff during task performance. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 20: 1952-65
Carter CS, van Veen V. (2007) Anterior cingulate cortex and conflict detection: an update of theory and data. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 7: 367-79
van Veen V, Carter CS. (2006) Error detection, correction, and prevention in the brain: a brief review of data and theories. Clinical Eeg and Neuroscience. 37: 330-5
Van Veen V, Carter CS. (2006) Conflict and cognitive control in the brain Current Directions in Psychological Science. 15: 237-240
van Veen V, Carter CS. (2005) Separating semantic conflict and response conflict in the Stroop task: a functional MRI study. Neuroimage. 27: 497-504
van Veen V, Holroyd CB, Cohen JD, et al. (2004) Errors without conflict: implications for performance monitoring theories of anterior cingulate cortex. Brain and Cognition. 56: 267-76
van Veen V, Carter CS. (2002) The anterior cingulate as a conflict monitor: fMRI and ERP studies. Physiology & Behavior. 77: 477-82
Van Veen V, Carter CS. (2002) The timing of action-monitoring processes in the anterior cingulate cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 14: 593-602
Fincham JM, Carter CS, van Veen V, et al. (2002) Neural mechanisms of planning: a computational analysis using event-related fMRI. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 99: 3346-51
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