Guy Rens
Guy Rens
Postdoctoral Associate in Psychology
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Age-related changes in frontal network structural and functional connectivity in relation to bimanual movement control
H Fujiyama, J Van Soom, G Rens, J Gooijers, I Leunissen, O Levin, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (6), 1808-1822, 2016
472016
Performing two different actions simultaneously: The critical role of interhemispheric interactions during the preparation of bimanual movement
H Fujiyama, J Van Soom, G Rens, K Cuypers, KF Heise, O Levin, ...
Cortex 77, 141-154, 2016
312016
Yap and taz heterogeneity in primary liver cancer: An analysis of its prognostic and diagnostic role
M Van Haele, IM Moya, R Karaman, G Rens, J Snoeck, O Govaere, ...
International journal of molecular sciences 20 (3), 638, 2019
152019
Observation of both skilled and erroneous object lifting can improve predictive force scaling in the observer
G Rens, M Davare
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 373, 2019
62019
Sensorimotor expectations bias motor resonance during observation of object lifting: The causal role of pSTS
G Rens, V van Polanen, A Botta, MA Gann, JJO de Xivry, M Davare
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (20), 3995-4009, 2020
42020
The role of the anterior intraparietal sulcus and the lateral occipital cortex in fingertip force scaling and weight perception during object lifting
V Van Polanen, G Rens, M Davare
Journal of Neurophysiology 124 (2), 557-573, 2020
12020
Lift observation conveys object weight distribution but partly enhances predictive lift planning
G Rens, JJO de Xivry, M Davare, V van Polanen
bioRxiv, 2020
12020
Advantages of Using the Dorsolateral versus the Dorsomedial Visual Stream for Decoding Hand Movements
G Rens
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (35), 8312-8314, 2017
12017
Motor resonance is modulated by an object’s weight distribution
G Rens, JJO de Xivry, M Davare, V van Polanen
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
The cortical motor resonance network underlying predictive object lifting
G Rens
2020
Expectations alter motor resonance during observed object lifting: The causal involvement of pSTS
G Rens, V van Polanen, M Gann, A Botta, JJ Orban de Xivry, M Davare
Journal Of Neuroscience, 2020
2020
Behavioural effects of TMS over non-motor areas during object-oriented actions and perception
V van Polanen, G Rens, G Buckingham, M Davare
Brainbox Initiative Conference, Date: 2019/09/26-2019/09/27, Location …, 2019
2019
The observation of explicit and implicit visuomotor cues can drive predictive motor control
G Rens, M Davare
bioRxiv, 664854, 2019
2019
Dissociating the role of dorsal and ventral visual streams in object lifting and weight perception
V Van Polanen, G Rens, M Davare
Front. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: 13th National Congress of the Belgian …, 2019
2019
Dissociating the role of dorsal and ventral streams in object lifting and weight perception.
V van Polanen, G Rens, M Davare
Human Brain Mapping, Location: Rome, Italy, 2019
2019
Mismatch between expected and observed movements: Uncertainty alters motor resonance
G Rens, M Davare
Society for Neuroscience, Location: San Diego (CA), 2018
2018
Causal role of ventral premotor cortex during observation of transitive actions
G Rens, M Davare
Front. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: 12th National Congress of the Belgian …, 2017
2017
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