René Scheeringa
René Scheeringa
Donders Institute for Brain Cognition and Behaviour, Radboud University Nijmegen
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Intrinsic connectivity networks, alpha oscillations, and tonic alertness: a simultaneous electroencephalography/functional magnetic resonance imaging study
S Sadaghiani, R Scheeringa, K Lehongre, B Morillon, AL Giraud, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (30), 10243-10250, 2010
Neuronal dynamics underlying high-and low-frequency EEG oscillations contribute independently to the human BOLD signal
R Scheeringa, P Fries, KM Petersson, R Oostenveld, I Grothe, DG Norris, ...
Neuron 69 (3), 572-583, 2011
Frontal theta EEG activity correlates negatively with the default mode network in resting state
R Scheeringa, MCM Bastiaansen, KM Petersson, R Oostenveld, ...
International journal of psychophysiology 67 (3), 242-251, 2008
Spatial remapping of cortico-striatal connectivity in Parkinson's disease
RC Helmich, LC Derikx, M Bakker, R Scheeringa, BR Bloem, I Toni
Cerebral cortex 20 (5), 1175-1186, 2010
Trial-by-trial coupling between EEG and BOLD identifies networks related to alpha and theta EEG power increases during working memory maintenance
R Scheeringa, KM Petersson, R Oostenveld, DG Norris, P Hagoort, ...
Neuroimage 44 (3), 1224-1238, 2009
Alpha-band phase synchrony is related to activity in the fronto-parietal adaptive control network
S Sadaghiani, R Scheeringa, K Lehongre, B Morillon, AL Giraud, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (41), 14305-14310, 2012
Cerebral correlates of motor imagery of normal and precision gait
M Bakker, FP De Lange, RC Helmich, R Scheeringa, BR Bloem, I Toni
Neuroimage 41 (3), 998-1010, 2008
Occipital alpha activity during stimulus processing gates the information flow to object-selective cortex
JM Zumer, R Scheeringa, JM Schoffelen, DG Norris, O Jensen
PLoS biology 12 (10), e1001965, 2014
EEG alpha power modulation of fMRI resting-state connectivity
R Scheeringa, KM Petersson, A Kleinschmidt, O Jensen, ...
Brain connectivity 2 (5), 254-264, 2012
Modulation of visually evoked cortical FMRI responses by phase of ongoing occipital alpha oscillations
R Scheeringa, A Mazaheri, I Bojak, DG Norris, A Kleinschmidt
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (10), 3813-3820, 2011
The relationship between oscillatory EEG activity and the laminar-specific BOLD signal
R Scheeringa, PJ Koopmans, T van Mourik, O Jensen, DG Norris
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (24), 6761-6766, 2016
Finding gamma
P Fries, R Scheeringa, R Oostenveld
Neuron 58 (3), 303-305, 2008
When elephants fly: differential sensitivity of right and left inferior frontal gyri to discourse and world knowledge
L Menenti, KM Petersson, R Scheeringa, P Hagoort
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 21 (12), 2358-2368, 2009
Realignment parameter-informed artefact correction for simultaneous EEG–fMRI recordings
M Moosmann, VH Schönfelder, K Specht, R Scheeringa, H Nordby, ...
Neuroimage 45 (4), 1144-1150, 2009
Cortical layers, rhythms and BOLD signals
R Scheeringa, P Fries
NeuroImage 197, 689-698, 2019
EEG coherence obtained from an auditory oddball task increases with age
NM Maurits, R Scheeringa, JH van der Hoeven, R de Jong
Journal of clinical neurophysiology 23 (5), 395-403, 2006
Striatal BOLD and midfrontal theta power express motivation for action
J Algermissen, JC Swart, R Scheeringa, R Cools, HEM den Ouden
Cerebral Cortex 32 (14), 2924-2942, 2022
Adapted cabling of an EEG cap improves simultaneous measurement of EEG and fMRI at 7T
MC Meyer, R Scheeringa, AG Webb, N Petridou, O Kraff, DG Norris
Journal of neuroscience methods 331, 108518, 2020
Relating neural oscillations to laminar fMRI connectivity in visual cortex
R Scheeringa, M Bonnefond, T Van Mourik, O Jensen, DG Norris, ...
Cerebral Cortex 33 (5), 1537-1549, 2023
Prefrontal signals precede striatal signals for biased credit assignment in motivational learning biases
J Algermissen, JC Swart, R Scheeringa, R Cools, HEM den Ouden
Nature Communications 15 (1), 19, 2024
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