Scientific publications

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  • Schuijer JW, de Jong IM, Kupper F, van Atteveldt NM (2017). “Transcranial Electrical Stimulation to enhance cognitive performance of healthy minors: A complex regulatory challenge”. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11:142.
  • Ten Oever S, Schroeder CE, Poeppel D, van Atteveldt N, Mehta AD, Mégevand P, Groppe DM, Zion-Golumbic E. (2017) “Low-frequency cortical oscillations entrain to sub-threshold rhythmic auditory stimuli”. The Journal of Neuroscience [Epub ahead of print].
  • Vander Heyden K, van Atteveldt N, Huizinga M and Jolles J. (2016) “Implicit and Explicit Gender Beliefs in Spatial Ability: Stronger Stereotyping in Boys than Girls”. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1114.
  • Ten Oever S, Hausfeld L, Correia JM, van Atteveldt N, Formisano E, Sack AT (2016). “A 7T fMRI study investigating the influence of oscillatory phase on syllable representations”. NeuroImage, in press.
  • Ten Oever S, Romei V, van Atteveldt N, Soto-Faraco S, Murray MM, & Matusz PJ. (2016) “The COGs (context, object, and goals) in multisensory processing”. Experimental Brain Research, 234(5):1307-23.
  • van Atteveldt N*, Musacchia G*, Sehatpour P, Zion-Golumbic E, Javitt D & Schroeder C. (2015) “Combined fMRI-EEG evidence for rhythmic and vigilant mode processing in the auditory cortex”. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:1663. *These authors share equal contribution
  • Hanssen E, van der Velde J, Gromann P, Shergill S, de Haan L, Bruggeman R, Krabbendam L, Aleman A,  van Atteveldt N. (2015) “Neural correlates of reward processing in healthy siblings of patients with schizophrenia”. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9:504.
  • Ten Oever S, van Atteveldt N*, Sack AT.* (2015) “Increased Stimulus Expectancy Triggers Low-frequency Phase Reset during Restricted Vigilance” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. May 5:1-12. *These authors share equal contribution
  • Holloway I*, van Atteveldt N*, Blomert L, Ansari D. (2015) “Orthographic dependency in the neural correlates of reading: Evidence from audiovisual integration in English readers”. Cerebral Cortex, 25(6):1544-53. *These authors share equal contribution.
  • van Atteveldt NM, van Aalderen-Smeets SI, Jacobi C, Ruigrok N. (2014) “Media reporting of neuroscience depends on timing, topic and newspaper type”. PLoS One. Aug 12;9(8):e104780.
  • van Atteveldt NM, van Aalderen-Smeets SI, Jacobi C, Ruigrok N. (2014) “Hoe schrijven Nederlandse kranten over hersenonderzoek?” Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 158: A8324.
  • Ten Oever S, Schroeder CE, Poeppel D, van Atteveldt N, Zion-Golumbic E. (2014) “Rhythmicity and cross-modal temporal cues facilitate detection”. Neuropsychologia. Aug 13; 63:43-50.
  • van Atteveldt N, Murray MM, Thut G, Schroeder C. (2014) “Multisensory integration: flexible use of general mechanisms”. Neuron, 81 (6): 1240-1253.
  • van Atteveldt N & Ansari D. (2014) “How symbols transform brain function: a review in memory of Leo Blomert”, Trends in Neuroscience and Education. 3 (2): 44-49.
  • van Atteveldt N, Peterson B, Schroeder C. (2014) “Contextual control of audiovisual integration in low-level sensory cortices”. Human Brain Mapping, 35(5):2394-411.
  • Ten Oever S, Sack AT, Wheat KL, Bien N, van Atteveldt N (2013) “Audio-visual onset differences are used to determine syllable identity for ambiguous audio-visual stimulus pairs.” Frontiers in Psychology, Jun 26;4:331.
  • van Atteveldt NM, Blau VC, Blomert L, Goebel R. (2010) “fMR-adaptation indicates selectivity to audiovisual content congruency in distributed clusters in human superior temporal cortex”. BMC Neuroscience;11:11.
  • Blau V, Reithler J, van Atteveldt N, Seitz J, Gerretsen P, Goebel R, Blomert L. (2010) “Deviant processing of letters and speech sounds as proximate cause of reading failure: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study of dyslexic children”. Brain; 133(Pt 3):868-79.
  • Froyen D, van Atteveldt N, Blomert L. (2010) “Exploring the Role of Low Level Visual Processing in Letter-Speech Sound Integration: A Visual MMN Study”. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 4:9.
  • Goebel R & van Atteveldt N. “Multisensory functional magnetic resonance imaging: a future perspective. Experimental Brain Research; 198(2-3):153-64.
  • van Atteveldt N, Roebroeck A, Goebel R. (2009) “Interaction of speech and script in human auditory cortex: Insights from neuro-imaging and effective connectivity” Hearing Research, 258(1-2):152-64.
  • Blau V, van Atteveldt NM, Ekkebus M, Goebel R & Blomert L. (2009) “Defective neural integration of letters and speech sounds links phonological and reading deficits in adult dyslexia.” Current Biology, 19(6):503-8.
  • Froyen DJ, Bonte ML, van Atteveldt N, Blomert L. (2009) “The Long Road to Automation: Neurocognitive Development of Letter-Speech Sound Processing.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21(3):567-80.
  • Blau V, van Atteveldt N, Formisano E, Goebel R, Blomert L. (2008) “Task-irrelevant visual letters interact with the processing of speech sounds in heteromodal and unimodal cortex.” European Journal of Neuroscience, 28(3): 500-509.
  • Froyen D, van Atteveldt N, Bonte M, & Blomert L (2008) “Cross-modal enhancement of the MMN to speech sounds indicates early and automatic integration of letters and speech sounds.” Neuroscience Letters,430(1): 23-8.
  • van Atteveldt NM, Formisano E, Goebel R, & Blomert L (2007) “Top-down task effects overrule automatic multisensory responses to letter-sound pairs in auditory association cortex.” NeuroImage, 36(4): 1345-1360.
  • van Atteveldt NM, Formisano, E., Blomert, L., & Goebel, R. (2007) “The effect of temporal asynchrony on the integration of letters and speech sounds.” Cerebral Cortex, 17(4): 962-974.
  • van Atteveldt N (2007) “Heeft lezen dezelfde neurale basis als liplezen? Integratie van schrift en spraak in de hersenen”. De Psycholoog, jaargang 42, 266-272.
  • Amedi A*, von Kriegstein K*, van Atteveldt NM*, Beauchamp MS*, & Naumer MJ* (2005) “Functional imaging of human crossmodal identification and object recognition.” Experimental Brain Research, 166 (3-4): 559-571. *All authors share equal contribution
  • van Atteveldt N, Formisano E, Goebel R, & Blomert L (2004) “Integration of letters and speech sounds in the human brain”. Neuron, 43: 271-282.

 

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