Guido Band
Guido Band
Associate professor Applied cognitive psychology + Cognitive neuroscience, Leiden University, The Netherlands
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Error-related brain potentials are differentially related to awareness of response errors: evidence from an antisaccade task
S Nieuwenhuis, KR Ridderinkhof, J Blom, GPH Band, A Kok
Psychophysiology 38 (5), 752-760, 2001
Horse-race model simulations of the stop-signal procedure
GPH Band, MW Van Der Molen, GD Logan
Acta psychologica 112 (2), 105-142, 2003
Alcohol consumption impairs detection of performance errors in mediofrontal cortex
KR Ridderinkhof, Y de Vlugt, A Bramlage, M Spaan, M Elton, J Snel, ...
Science 298 (5601), 2209-2211, 2002
ERP components associated with successful and unsuccessful stopping in a stop‐signal task
A Kok, JR Ramautar, MB De Ruiter, GPH Band, KR Ridderinkhof
Psychophysiology 41 (1), 9-20, 2004
Inhibitory motor control in stop paradigms: review and reinterpretation of neural mechanisms
GPH Band, GJM Van Boxtel
Acta psychologica 101 (2-3), 179-211, 1999
Sources of interference from irrelevant information: A developmental study
KR Ridderinkhof, MW van der Molen, GPH Band, TR Bashore
Journal of experimental child psychology 65 (3), 315-341, 1997
Reward counteracts conflict adaptation: Evidence for a role of affect in executive control
H Steenbergen, GPH Band, B Hommel
Psychological Science 20 (12), 1473-1477, 2009
A study of adaptive behavior: Effects of age and irrelevant information on the ability to inhibit one's actions
KR Ridderinkhof, GPH Band, GD Logan
Acta psychologica 101 (2-3), 315-337, 1999
Age effects on response monitoring in a mental-rotation task
GPH Band, A Kok
Biological psychology 51 (2-3), 201-221, 2000
In the mood for adaptation: How affect regulates conflict-driven control
H Van Steenbergen, GPH Band, B Hommel
Psychological Science 21 (11), 1629-1634, 2010
Online games training aging brains: limited transfer to cognitive control functions
J Van Muijden, GPH Band, B Hommel
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 221, 2012
Explaining neurocognitive aging: Is one factor enough?
GPH Band, KR Ridderinkhof, S Segalowitz
Brain and Cognition 49 (3), 259-267, 2002
Speed-accuracy modulation in case of conflict: the roles of activation and inhibition
GPH Band, KR Ridderinkhof, MW van der Molen
Psychological Research 67 (4), 266-279, 2003
The ability to activate and inhibit speeded responses: Separate developmental trends
GPH Band, MW van der Molen, CCE Overtoom, MN Verbaten
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 75 (4), 263-290, 2000
Threat but not arousal narrows attention: evidence from pupil dilation and saccade control
H Van Steenbergen, GPH Band, B Hommel
Frontiers in psychology 2, 281, 2011
Positive affect modulates flexibility and evaluative control
NC van Wouwe, GPH Band, KR Ridderinkhof
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (3), 524-539, 2011
Pupil dilation in the Simon task as a marker of conflict processing
H Van Steenbergen, GPH Band
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 215, 2013
Action-effect negativity: Irrelevant action effects are monitored like relevant feedback
GPH Band, H van Steenbergen, KR Ridderinkhof, M Falkenstein, ...
Biological Psychology 82 (3), 211-218, 2009
Reward valence modulates conflict-driven attentional adaptation: Electrophysiological evidence
H van Steenbergen, GPH Band, B Hommel
Biological psychology 90 (3), 234-241, 2012
Functional significance of the emotion-related late positive potential
SBRE Brown, H van Steenbergen, GPH Band, M de Rover, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 33, 2012
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