Marlies Vissers
TitleCited byYear
Brain connectivity and high functioning autism: a promising path of research that needs refined models, methodological convergence, and stronger behavioral links
ME Vissers, MX Cohen, HM Geurts
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 36 (1), 604-625, 2012
3062012
Imitation in infancy: rational or motor resonance?
M Paulus, S Hunnius, M Vissers, H Bekkering
Child development 82 (4), 1047-1057, 2011
1272011
Elderly with autism: executive functions and memory
HM Geurts, ME Vissers
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 42 (5), 665-675, 2012
1162012
Bridging the gap between the other and me: the functional role of motor resonance and action effects in infants’ imitation
M Paulus, S Hunnius, M Vissers, H Bekkering
Developmental science 14 (4), 901-910, 2011
682011
Subcortical, modality-specific pathways contribute to multisensory processing in humans
RL Van den Brink, MX Cohen, E van der Burg, D Talsma, ME Vissers, ...
Cerebral Cortex 24 (8), 2169-2177, 2014
362014
Biasing neural network dynamics using non-invasive brain stimulation
ME Wokke, LT Talsma, ME Vissers
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 8 (246), 2015
172015
Proactive, but Not Reactive, Distractor Filtering Relies on Local Modulation of Alpha Oscillatory Activity
ME Vissers, J van Driel, HA Slagter
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2016
132016
Oscillatory Mechanisms of Response Conflict Elicited by Color and Motion Direction: An Individual Differences Approach
ME Vissers, KR Ridderinkhof, MX Cohen, HA Slagter
Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 1-14, 2017
72017
Protecting visual short-term memory during maintenance: Attentional modulation of target and distractor representations
ME Vissers, R Gulbinaite, T Bos, HA Slagter
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 4061, 2017
62017
The role of selective attention in short-term memory and goal-directed behavior
ME Vissers
978-94-6233-830-2, 2018
22018
Cognitive enhancement: it’s about time
HA Slagter, ME Vissers, LJ Talsma, KR Ridderinkhof
Cognitive neuroscience 8 (2), 119-120, 2017
22017
Multiple visual objects are sampled sequentially
O Jensen, ME Vissers
PLoS Biology 15 (7), e2003230, 2017
12017
Supplementary Methods and Figures for: Subcortical, modality-specific pathways contribute to multisensory processing in humans
RL van den Brink, MX Cohen, E van der Burg, D Talsma, ME Vissers, ...
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