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  1. It is harder than you think - On the boundary conditions of exploitin…

    Jiménez, L., Méndez, C., Abrahamse, E., & Braem, S. (2021). It is harder than you think: On the boundary conditions of exploiting congruency cues. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 47(10), 1686–1704.
  2. Spatial Attention in Serial Order Working Memory - An EEG Study

    Rasoulzadeh, V., Sahan, M. I., van Dijck, J-P., Abrahamse, E., Marzecova, A., Verguts, T., & Fias, W. (2021). Spatial Attention in Serial Order Working Memory: An EEG Study. Cerebral Cortex, 31(5), 2482–2493.
  3. The role of dopamine in action control: Insights from medication effe…

    Ruitenberg, M. F. L., Van Wouwe, N. C., Wylie, S. A., & Abrahamse, E. L. (2021). The role of dopamine in action control: Insights from medication effects in Parkinson’s disease. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 127, 158-170.
  4. Does a 7-day restriction on the use of social media improve cognitive…

    van Wezel, M., Abrahamse, E., & Vanden Abeele, M. (2021). Does a 7-day restriction on the use of social media improve cognitive functioning and emotional well-being? Results from a randomized controlled trial. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 14, [100365].
  5. The impact of implicit and explicit suggestions that 'there is nothin…

    Vermeylen, L., Abrahamse, E., Braem, S., & Rigoni, D. (2021). The impact of implicit and explicit suggestions that 'there is nothing to learn' on implicit sequence learning. Psychological Research = Psychologische Forschung: An international journal of perception, learning and communication, 85(5), 1943-1954.

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