Raquel Elea London
Raquel Elea London
Post Doctoral Researcher, Ghent University
Verified email at ugent.be
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A multisensory perspective of working memory
M Quak, RE London, D Talsma
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 197, 2015
Cuing and stimulus probability effects on the P3 and the AB
S Martens, K Elmallah, R London, A Johnson
Acta psychologica 123 (3), 204-218, 2006
Frequency and power of human alpha oscillations drift systematically with time-on-task
CSY Benwell, RE London, CF Tagliabue, D Veniero, J Gross, C Keitel, ...
Neuroimage 192, 101-114, 2019
Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation over left dorsolateral pFC on the attentional blink depend on individual baseline performance
RE London, HA Slagter
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 27 (12), 2382-2393, 2015
Open up–the mission statement of the control of impulsive action (Ctrl-ImpAct) lab on open science
CB Reimer, Z Chen, C Bundt, C Eben, RE London, S Vardanian
Psychologica Belgica 59 (1), 321, 2019
Contralateral delay activity does not reflect behavioral feature load in visual working memory
M Quak, ZD Langford, RE London, D Talsma
Biological psychology 137, 107-115, 2018
No Effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation over Left Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex on Temporal Attention
RE London, HA Slagter
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 33 (4), 756-768, 2021
EEG Alpha Power Predicts the Temporal Sensitivity of Multisensory Integration
RE London, CSY Benwell, R Cecere, M Quak, G Thut, D Talsma
BioRxiv, 2020
The role of spontaneous brain activity in perception
R London
Ghent University, 2019
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