Albert Kok

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Non-Spatial Attention, inhibition, aging
"Albert Kok"

Prof. dr. A. Kok at the Album Academicum of the University of Amsterdam

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Sander Nieuwenhuis grad student 2001 Amsterdam
Durk Talsma grad student 1996-2001 Amsterdam
Guido PH Band post-doc 1997-2000 Amsterdam
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Tieges Z, Snel J, Kok A, et al. (2009) Caffeine does not modulate inhibitory control. Brain and Cognition. 69: 316-27
Talsma D, Kok A, Slagter HA, et al. (2008) Attentional orienting across the sensory modalities. Brain and Cognition. 66: 1-10
Slagter HA, Giesbrecht B, Kok A, et al. (2007) fMRI evidence for both generalized and specialized components of attentional control. Brain Research. 1177: 90-102
Tieges Z, Snel J, Kok A, et al. (2007) Effects of caffeine on anticipatory control processes: evidence from a cued task-switch paradigm. Psychophysiology. 44: 561-78
Slagter HA, Weissman DH, Giesbrecht B, et al. (2006) Brain regions activated by endogenous preparatory set shifting as revealed by fMRI. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 6: 175-89
Talsma D, Kok A, Ridderinkhof KR. (2006) Selective attention to spatial and non-spatial visual stimuli is affected differentially by age: effects on event-related brain potentials and performance data. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 62: 249-61
Kok A, Ridderinkhof KR, Ullsperger M. (2006) The control of attention and actions: current research and future developments. Brain Research. 1105: 1-6
Ramautar JR, Slagter HA, Kok A, et al. (2006) Probability effects in the stop-signal paradigm: the insula and the significance of failed inhibition. Brain Research. 1105: 143-54
Tieges Z, Snel J, Kok A, et al. (2006) Caffeine improves anticipatory processes in task switching. Biological Psychology. 73: 101-13
Ramautar JR, Kok A, Ridderinkhof KR. (2006) Effects of stop-signal modality on the N2/P3 complex elicited in the stop-signal paradigm. Biological Psychology. 72: 96-109
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