Wouter Braet

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
"Wouter Braet"
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Lachmann T, Schmitt A, Braet W, et al. (2014) Letters in the forest: global precedence effect disappears for letters but not for non-letters under reading-like conditions. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 705
Braet W, Wagemans J, Op de Beeck HP. (2014) RETRACTED: The visual word form area is organized according to orthography [NeuroImage 59 (2012) 2751-2759] Neuroimage. 86: 599
Braet W, Kubilius J, Wagemans J, et al. (2014) ADDENDUM TO RETRACTION NOTICE: The emergence of orthographic word representations in the brain: Evaluating a neural shape-based framework using fMRI and the HMAX model (Cerebral Cortex (2013) DOI:10.1093/cercor/bhs355) Cerebral Cortex. 24: 280
Braet W, Wagemans J, Op de Beeck HP. (2012) The visual word form area is organized according to orthography. Neuroimage. 59: 2751-9
Braet W, Johnson KA, Tobin CT, et al. (2011) fMRI activation during response inhibition and error processing: the role of the DAT1 gene in typically developing adolescents and those diagnosed with ADHD. Neuropsychologia. 49: 1641-50
Braet W, Noppe N, Wagemans J, et al. (2011) Increased Stroop interference with better second-language reading skill. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 64: 596-607
Braet W, Johnson KA, Tobin CT, et al. (2009) Functional developmental changes underlying response inhibition and error-detection processes. Neuropsychologia. 47: 3143-51
Braet W, Humphreys GW. (2009) The role of reentrant processes in feature binding: Evidence from neuropsychology and TMS on late onset illusory conjunctions Visual Cognition. 17: 25-47
Greene CM, Braet W, Johnson KA, et al. (2008) Imaging the genetics of executive function. Biological Psychology. 79: 30-42
Braet W, Humphreys G. (2007) A selective effect of parietal damage on letter identification in mixed case words. Neuropsychologia. 45: 2226-33
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