Ritske De Jong

Affiliations: 
University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands 
Area:
Cognitve Neuroscience
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Bernard Marius 't Hart research assistant 2004 RUG
Thomas Edward Gladwin grad student RUG
Job Lindsen grad student RUG
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Lindsen JP, de Jong R. (2010) Distinguishing between the partial-mapping preparation hypothesis and the failure-to-engage hypothesis of residual switch costs. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 36: 1207-26
Gladwin TE, 't Hart BM, de Jong R. (2008) Dissociations between motor-related EEG measures in a cued movement sequence task. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 44: 521-36
de Jong R, Gladwin TE, 't Hart BM. (2006) Movement-related EEG indices of preparation in task switching and motor control. Brain Research. 1105: 73-82
Gladwin TE, Lindsen JP, de Jong R. (2006) Pre-stimulus EEG effects related to response speed, task switching and upcoming response hand. Biological Psychology. 72: 15-34
Gladwin TE, de Jong R. (2005) Bursts of occipital theta and alpha amplitude preceding alternation and repetition trials in a task-switching experiment. Biological Psychology. 68: 309-29
De Jong R, Coles MG, Logan GD. (1995) Strategies and mechanisms in nonselective and selective inhibitory motor control. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 21: 498-511
Coles MG, De Jong R, Gehring WJ, et al. (1991) Continuous versus discrete information processing: evidence from movement-related potentials. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. Supplement. 42: 260-9
De Jong R, Coles MG, Logan GD, et al. (1990) In search of the point of no return: the control of response processes. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 16: 164-82
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