Eliane Deschrijver
Eliane Deschrijver
UGent and UNSW Sydney
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Automatic imitation: A meta-analysis.
E Cracco, L Bardi, C Desmet, O Genschow, D Rigoni, L De Coster, ...
Psychological Bulletin 144 (5), 453, 2018
Stress and worry in the 2020 coronavirus pandemic: Relationships to trust and compliance with preventive measures across 48 countries in the COVIDiSTRESS global survey
A Lieberoth, SY Lin, S Stöckli, H Han, M Kowal, R Gelpi, S Chrona, ...
Royal Society Open Science 8 (2), 200589, 2021
COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey dataset on psychological and behavioural consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak
Y Yamada, DB Ćepulić, T Coll-Martín, S Debove, G Gautreau, H Han, ...
Scientific data 8 (1), 1-23, 2021
Sensory prediction errors are less modulated by global context in autism spectrum disorder
J Goris, S Braem, AD Nijhof, D Rigoni, E Deschrijver, S Van de Cruys, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3 (8), 667-674, 2018
Behavioral measures of implicit theory of mind in adults with high functioning autism
E Deschrijver, L Bardi, JR Wiersema, M Brass
Cognitive Neuroscience 7 (1-4), 192-202, 2016
The interaction between felt touch and tactile consequences of observed actions: an action-based somatosensory congruency paradigm
E Deschrijver, JR Wiersema, M Brass
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11 (7), 1162-1172, 2016
How social is error observation? The neural mechanisms underlying the observation of human and machine errors
C Desmet, E Deschrijver, M Brass
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (4), 427-435, 2014
The influence of action observation on action execution: Dissociating the contribution of action on perception, perception on action, and resolving conflict
E Deschrijver, JR Wiersema, M Brass
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 17 (2), 381-393, 2017
Comparative optimism about infection and recovery from COVID‐19; Implications for adherence with lockdown advice
K Asimakopoulou, V Hoorens, E Speed, NS Coulson, D Antoniszczak, ...
Health Expectations 23 (6), 1502-1511, 2020
Reframing social cognition: Relational versus representational mentalizing
E Deschrijver, C Palmer
Psychological bulletin, 2020
Action-based touch observation in adults with high functioning autism: Can compromised self-other distinction abilities link social and sensory everyday problems?
E Deschrijver, JR Wiersema, M Brass
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 12 (2), 273-282, 2017
When praising yourself insults others: Self-superiority claims provoke aggression
C Van Damme, E Deschrijver, E Van Geert, V Hoorens
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (7), 1008-1019, 2017
Gender bias in student evaluations of teaching: Students’ self-affirmation reduces the bias by lowering evaluations of male professors
V Hoorens, G Dekkers, E Deschrijver
Sex Roles 84 (1), 34-48, 2021
Disentangling neural sources of the motor interference effect in high functioning autism: An EEG-study
E Deschrijver, JR Wiersema, M Brass
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 47 (3), 690-700, 2017
The effect of being imitated on empathy for pain in adults with high-functioning autism: Disturbed self–other distinction leads to altered empathic responding
L De Coster, JR Wiersema, E Deschrijver, M Brass
Autism 22 (6), 712-727, 2018
How watching Pinocchio movies changes our subjective experience of extrapersonal space
C Fini, G Committeri, BCN Müller, E Deschrijver, M Brass
PloS one 10 (3), e0120306, 2015
Autistic traits in the general population do not correlate with a preference for associative information
J Goris, E Deschrijver, S Trapp, M Brass, S Braem
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 33, 29-38, 2017
Temporal binding effect in the action observation domain: Evidence from an action-based somatosensory paradigm
R Vastano, E Deschrijver, T Pozzo, M Brass
Consciousness and cognition 60, 1-8, 2018
Reduced primacy bias in autism during early sensory processing
J Goris, S Braem, S Van Herck, J Simoens, E Deschrijver, JR Wiersema, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (19), 3989-3999, 2022
Self-other distinction based on motor and tactile processes in the autism spectrum
E Deschrijver
Ghent University, 2016
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