Marit Ruitenberg
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Control of automated behavior: insights from the discrete sequence production task
E Abrahamse, M Ruitenberg, E De Kleine, WB Verwey
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 82, 2013
Motor skill learning in the middle-aged: limited development of motor chunks and explicit sequence knowledge
WB Verwey, EL Abrahamse, MFL Ruitenberg, L Jiménez, E de Kleine
Psychological research 75 (5), 406-422, 2011
Sequential movement skill in Parkinson's disease: A state-of-the-art
MFL Ruitenberg, W Duthoo, P Santens, W Notebaert, EL Abrahamse
Cortex 65, 102-112, 2015
Context-dependent motor skill and the role of practice
MFL Ruitenberg, E De Kleine, RHJ Van der Lubbe, WB Verwey, ...
Psychological research 76 (6), 812-820, 2012
Neural dedifferentiation across the lifespan in the motor and somatosensory systems
K Cassady, MFL Ruitenberg, PA Reuter-Lorenz, M Tommerdahl, ...
Cerebral Cortex 30, 3704-3716, 2020
Neural correlates of multi-day learning and savings in sensorimotor adaptation
MFL Ruitenberg, V Koppelmans, YE De Dios, NE Gadd, SJ Wood, ...
Scientific Reports 8, 14286, 2018
Post-error slowing in sequential action: an aging study
M Ruitenberg, E Abrahamse, E De Kleine, WB Verwey
Frontiers in psychology 5, 119, 2014
Impulsivity in Parkinson’s disease is associated with alterations in affective and sensorimotor striatal networks
MFL Ruitenberg, T Wu, BB Averbeck, K Chou, V Koppelmans, R Seidler
Frontiers in Neurology 9, 279, 2018
Cognitive and neural foundations of discrete sequence skill: A TMS study
MFL Ruitenberg, WB Verwey, DJLG Schutter, EL Abrahamse
Neuropsychologia 56, 229-238, 2014
Context-dependent motor skill: perceptual processing in memory-based sequence production
MFL Ruitenberg, EL Abrahamse, E De Kleine, WB Verwey
Experimental brain research 222 (1-2), 31-40, 2012
Sequential motor skill in preadolescent children: The development of automaticity
MFL Ruitenberg, EL Abrahamse, WB Verwey
Journal of experimental child psychology 115 (4), 607-623, 2013
Neural predictors of sensorimotor adaptation rate and savings.
KE Cassady, MFL Ruitenberg, V Koppelmans, PA Reuter-Lorenz, ...
Human Brain Mapping 39, 1516-1531, 2018
Early and late indications of item-specific control in a Stroop mouse tracking study
C Bundt*, MFL Ruitenberg*, EL Abrahamse, W Notebaert
PLOS ONE 13 (5), e0197278, 2018
Cognitive and affective Theory of Mind in healthy aging
MFL Ruitenberg, P Santens, W Notebaert
Experimental Aging Research 46, 382-395, 2020
Evidence for graded central processing resources in a sequential movement task
WB Verwey, EL Abrahamse, E De Kleine, MFL Ruitenberg
Psychological research 78 (1), 70-83, 2014
Age-related reductions in tactile and motor inhibitory function start early but are independent
MFL Ruitenberg, KE Cassady, PA Reuter-Lorenz, M Tommerdahl, ...
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 11 (193), 2019
Sequence learning in Parkinson's disease: Focusing on action dynamics and the role of dopaminergic medication
MFL Ruitenberg, W Duthoo, P Santens, RD Seidler, W Notebaert, ...
Neuropsychologia 93, 30-39, 2016
The role of dopamine in action control: insights from medication effects in Parkinson’s disease
M Ruitenberg, N van Wouwe, S Wylie, E Abrahamse
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 127, 158-170, 2021
Multi-day adaptation and savings in manual and locomotor tasks
MFL Ruitenberg, YED Dios, NE Gadd, SJ Wood, PA Reuter-Lorenz, ...
Journal of Motor Behavior 50, 517-527, 2018
What determines the impact of context on sequential action?
MFL Ruitenberg, WB Verwey, EL Abrahamse
Human Movement Science 40, 298-314, 2015
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