Tahnée Engelen
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A causal role for inferior parietal lobule in emotion body perception
T Engelen, TA de Graaf, AT Sack, B de Gelder
Cortex 73, 195-202, 2015
452015
Phase of beta-frequency tACS over primary motor cortex modulates corticospinal excitability
L Schilberg*, T Engelen*, S Ten Oever, T Schuhmann, B De Gelder, ...
Cortex 103, 142-152, 2018
292018
Looking at the face and seeing the whole body. Neural basis of combined face and body expressions
M Poyo Solanas, M Zhan, M Vaessen, R Hortensius, T Engelen, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 13 (1), 135-144, 2018
192018
Dynamic interactions between emotion perception and action preparation for reacting to social threat: a combined cTBS-fMRI study
T Engelen, M Zhan, AT Sack, B de Gelder
eneuro 5 (3), 2018
18*2018
Affective vocalizations influence body ownership as measured in the rubber hand illusion
T Engelen, R Watson, F Pavani, B de Gelder
PloS one 12 (10), e0186009, 2017
92017
Influence of continuous flash suppression mask frequency on stimulus visibility
M Zhan, T Engelen, B de Gelder
Neuropsychologia 128, 65-72, 2019
72019
The influence of conscious and unconscious body threat expressions on motor evoked potentials studied with continuous flash suppression
T Engelen, M Zhan, AT Sack, B Gelder
Frontiers in neuroscience 12, 480, 2018
52018
What Is It Like to Be an Emotion Researcher?
T Engelen, R Mennella
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Reduced fading of visual afterimages after transcranial magnetic stimulation over early visual cortex
T Engelen*, RL Rademaker*, AT Sack
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 31 (9), 1368-1379, 2019
2019
Mapping the influence of social threat in the brain: from action observation to body ownership
T Engelen
Maastricht University, 2018
2018
P130 Assessing the roles of inferior parietal lobule and ventral premotor cortex in emotion body processing: a combined cTBS-fMRI study
T Engelen, M Zhan, A Sack, B de Gelder
Clinical Neurophysiology 128 (3), e78-e79, 2017
2017
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