Ruth Van Holst

Academic Medical Center Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
"Ruth Van Holst"
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Bergamin J, Hoven M, van Holst RJ, et al. (2024) Development and validation of the Autonomy Scale Amsterdam. Comprehensive Psychiatry. 131: 152466
Hoven M, Luigjes J, van Holst RJ. (2024) Learning and metacognition under volatility in GD: Lower learning rates and distorted coupling between action and confidence. Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Sangchooli A, Zare-Bidoky M, Fathi Jouzdani A, et al. (2024) Parameter Space and Potential for Biomarker Development in 25 Years of fMRI Drug Cue Reactivity: A Systematic Review. Jama Psychiatry
Cao Z, McCabe M, Callas P, et al. (2023) Recalibrating single-study effect sizes using hierarchical Bayesian models. Frontiers in Neuroimaging. 2: 1138193
Hoven M, Rouault M, van Holst R, et al. (2023) Differences in metacognitive functioning between obsessive-compulsive disorder patients and highly compulsive individuals from the general population. Psychological Medicine. 1-10
Maggioni E, Rossetti MG, Allen NB, et al. (2023) Brain volumes in alcohol use disorder: Do females and males differ? A whole-brain magnetic resonance imaging mega-analysis. Human Brain Mapping
van Timmeren T, van Holst RJ, Goudriaan AE. (2023) Striatal ups or downs? Neural correlates of monetary reward anticipation, cue reactivity and their interaction in alcohol use disorder and gambling disorder. Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Cao Z, Cupertino RB, Ottino-Gonzalez J, et al. (2022) Cortical profiles of numerous psychiatric disorders and normal development share a common pattern. Molecular Psychiatry
Hoven M, de Boer NS, Goudriaan AE, et al. (2022) Metacognition and the effect of incentive motivation in two compulsive disorders: gambling disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences
Hoven M, Brunner G, de Boer NS, et al. (2022) Motivational signals disrupt metacognitive signals in the human ventromedial prefrontal cortex. Communications Biology. 5: 244
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