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Ellen R.A. de Bruijn
Ellen R.A. de Bruijn
Professor Neurocognitive Clinical Psychology, Leiden University
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Drug-induced stimulation and suppression of action monitoring in healthy volunteers
ERA De Bruijn, W Hulstijn, RJ Verkes, GSF Ruigt, BGC Sabbe
Psychopharmacology 177 (1), 151-160, 2004
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Effects of antipsychotic and antidepressant drugs on action monitoring in healthy volunteers
ERA De Bruijn, BGC Sabbe, W Hulstijn, GSF Ruigt, RJ Verkes
Brain research 1105 (1), 122-129, 2006
1822006
More on interlingual homograph recognition: Language intermixing versus explicitness of instruction
T Dijkstra, E De Bruijn, H Schriefers, S Ten Brinke
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 3 (1), 69-78, 2000
1622000
Joint action: Neurocognitive mechanisms supporting human interaction
H Bekkering, ERA De Bruijn, RH Cuijpers, R Newman‐Norlund, ...
Topics in Cognitive Science 1 (2), 340-352, 2009
1562009
Testing a model for bilingual semantic priming with interlingual homographs: RT and N400 effects
R Kerkhofs, T Dijkstra, DJ Chwilla, ERA De Bruijn
Brain research 1068 (1), 170-183, 2006
1522006
When errors are rewarding
ERA de Bruijn, FP de Lange, DY von Cramon, M Ullsperger
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (39), 12183-12186, 2009
1472009
Action monitoring in major depressive disorder with psychomotor retardation
D Schrijvers, ERA De Bruijn, Y Maas, C De Grave, BGC Sabbe, W Hulstijn
Cortex 44 (5), 569-579, 2008
1422008
Early and late components of error monitoring in violent offenders with psychopathy
IA Brazil, ERA de Bruijn, BH Bulten, AKL von Borries, JJDM van Lankveld, ...
Biological psychiatry 65 (2), 137-143, 2009
1222009
Language context effects on interlingual homograph recognition: evidence from event-related potentials and response times in semantic priming
ERA De Bruijn, T Dijkstra, DJ Chwilla, HJ Schriefers
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 4 (2), 155-168, 2001
1162001
Psychopaths lack the automatic avoidance of social threat: relation to instrumental aggression
AKL von Borries, I Volman, ERA de Bruijn, BH Bulten, RJ Verkes, ...
Psychiatry Research 200 (2-3), 761-766, 2012
1112012
Does oxytocin affect mind-reading? A replication study
S Radke, ERA de Bruijn
Psychoneuroendocrinology 60, 75-81, 2015
1102015
Action monitoring and depressive symptom reduction in major depressive disorder
D Schrijvers, ERA De Bruijn, YJ Maas, P Vancoillie, W Hulstijn, ...
International journal of Psychophysiology 71 (3), 218-224, 2009
1052009
Acting on anger: social anxiety modulates approach-avoidance tendencies after oxytocin administration
S Radke, K Roelofs, ERA De Bruijn
Psychological Science 24 (8), 1573-1578, 2013
1022013
Neural correlates of impulsive responding in borderline personality disorder: ERP evidence for reduced action monitoring
ERA de Bruijn, KP Grootens, RJ Verkes, V Buchholz, JW Hummelen, ...
Journal of psychiatric research 40 (5), 428-437, 2006
992006
Testosterone biases the amygdala toward social threat approach
S Radke, I Volman, P Mehta, V van Son, D Enter, A Sanfey, I Toni, ...
Science advances 1 (5), e1400074, 2015
962015
Neural correlates of error-related learning deficits in individuals with psychopathy
AKL Von Borries, IA Brazil, BH Bulten, JK Buitelaar, RJ Verkes, ...
Psychological medicine 40 (9), 1559-1568, 2010
902010
The other side of the coin: oxytocin decreases the adherence to fairness norms
S Radke, ERA De Bruijn
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 193, 2012
842012
Better to give than to take? Interactive social decision-making in severe major depressive disorder
M Destoop, D Schrijvers, C De Grave, B Sabbe, ERA De Bruijn
Journal of affective disorders 137 (1-3), 98-105, 2012
842012
In action or inaction? Social approach–avoidance tendencies in major depression
S Radke, F Güths, JA André, BW Müller, ERA de Bruijn
Psychiatry research 219 (3), 513-517, 2014
792014
Self-identification and empathy modulate error-related brain activity during the observation of penalty shots between friend and foe
RD Newman-Norlund, S Ganesh, HT Schie, ERA De Bruijn, H Bekkering
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 4 (1), 10-22, 2009
692009
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