Simon van Gaal
Simon van Gaal
Associate professor at Dept. of Psychology, Brain & Cognition, University of Amsterdam.
Verified email at uva.nl - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Frontal cortex mediates unconsciously triggered inhibitory control
S Van Gaal, KR Ridderinkhof, JJ Fahrenfort, HS Scholte, VAF Lamme
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (32), 8053-8062, 2008
2792008
Unconscious activation of the prefrontal no-go network
S Van Gaal, KR Ridderinkhof, HS Scholte, VAF Lamme
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (11), 4143-4150, 2010
2202010
Unconscious high-level information processing: implication for neurobiological theories of consciousness
S Van Gaal, VAF Lamme
The neuroscientist 18 (3), 287-301, 2012
1522012
Dissociating consciousness from inhibitory control: evidence for unconsciously triggered response inhibition in the stop-signal task.
S van Gaal, KR Ridderinkhof, WPM van den Wildenberg, VAF Lamme
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 35 (4 …, 2009
1372009
Unconsciously triggered conflict adaptation
S Van Gaal, VAF Lamme, KR Ridderinkhof
PloS one 5 (7), e11508, 2010
1132010
Dissociable brain mechanisms underlying the conscious and unconscious control of behavior
S Van Gaal, VAF Lamme, JJ Fahrenfort, KR Ridderinkhof
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (1), 91-105, 2011
1062011
Unconscious errors enhance prefrontal-occipital oscillatory synchrony
MX Cohen, S Van Gaal, KR Ridderinkhof, V Lamme
Frontiers in human neuroscience 3, 54, 2009
1062009
Dynamic interactions between large-scale brain networks predict behavioral adaptation after perceptual errors
MX Cohen, S Van Gaal
Cerebral Cortex 23 (5), 1061-1072, 2012
992012
The role of consciousness in cognitive control and decision making
S van Gaal, FP De Lange, MX Cohen
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 121, 2012
932012
Can the meaning of multiple words be integrated unconsciously?
S Van Gaal, L Naccache, JDI Meuwese, AM Van Loon, AH Leighton, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
712014
Pre-SMA gray-matter density predicts individual differences in action selection in the face of conscious and unconscious response conflict
S Van Gaal, HS Scholte, VAF Lamme, JJ Fahrenfort, KR Ridderinkhof
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (2), 382-390, 2011
682011
How awareness changes the relative weights of evidence during human decision-making
FP De Lange, S Van Gaal, VAF Lamme, S Dehaene
PLoS biology 9 (11), e1001203, 2011
612011
Expectations accelerate entry of visual stimuli into awareness
Y Pinto, S van Gaal, FP de Lange, VAF Lamme, AK Seth
Journal of Vision 15 (8), 13-13, 2015
552015
Subthreshold muscle twitches dissociate oscillatory neural signatures of conflicts from errors
MX Cohen, S van Gaal
Neuroimage 86, 503-513, 2014
422014
Neuronal integration in visual cortex elevates face category tuning to conscious face perception
JJ Fahrenfort, TM Snijders, K Heinen, S Van Gaal, HS Scholte, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (52), 21504-21509, 2012
412012
The flexible nature of unconscious cognition
ME Wokke, S van Gaal, HS Scholte, KR Ridderinkhof, VAF Lamme
PLoS One 6 (9), e25729, 2011
412011
Creative cognition and dopaminergic modulation of fronto-striatal networks: Integrative review and research agenda
N Boot, M Baas, S van Gaal, R Cools, CKW De Dreu
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 78, 13-23, 2017
402017
Event-related potential, time-frequency, and functional connectivity facets of local and global auditory novelty processing: an intracranial study in humans
I El Karoui, JR King, J Sitt, F Meyniel, S Van Gaal, D Hasboun, C Adam, ...
Cerebral cortex 25 (11), 4203-4212, 2014
382014
Immediate and long-term priming effects are independent of prime awareness
JC Francken, S van Gaal, FP de Lange
Consciousness and cognition 20 (4), 1793-1800, 2011
282011
GABAA Agonist Reduces Visual Awareness: A Masking–EEG Experiment
AM van Loon, HS Scholte, S van Gaal, BJJ van der Hoort, VAF Lamme
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24 (4), 965-974, 2012
272012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20