Jean-Philippe van Dijck
Jean-Philippe van Dijck
Post doc, Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University, Belgium
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor ugent.be
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A working memory account for spatial–numerical associations
JP van Dijck, W Fias
Cognition 119 (1), 114-119, 2011
3372011
Numbers are associated with different types of spatial information depending on the task
JP van Dijck, W Gevers, W Fias
Cognition 113 (2), 248-253, 2009
1562009
Spatial attention interacts with serial-order retrieval from verbal working memory
JP van Dijck, EL Abrahamse, S Majerus, W Fias
Psychological Science 24 (9), 1854-1859, 2013
1062013
How is number associated with space? The role of working memory
W Fias, JP van Dijck, W Gevers
Space, time and number in the brain, 133-148, 2011
862011
Finding the answer in space: the mental whiteboard hypothesis on serial order in working memory
E Abrahamse, JP Van Dijck, S Majerus, W Fias
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 932, 2014
812014
A working memory account of the interaction between numbers and spatial attention
JP van Dijck, EL Abrahamse, F Acar, B Ketels, W Fias
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (8), 1500-1513, 2014
782014
The heterogeneous nature of number–space interactions
JP van Dijck, W Gevers, C Lafosse, W Fias
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5, 13, 2012
662012
How does working memory enable number-induced spatial biases?
E Abrahamse, JP van Dijck, W Fias
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 977, 2016
552016
The impact of verbal working memory on number–space associations.
V Ginsburg, JP van Dijck, P Previtali, W Fias, W Gevers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (4), 976, 2014
552014
Non-spatial neglect for the mental number line
JP van Dijck, W Gevers, C Lafosse, F Doricchi, W Fias
Neuropsychologia 49 (9), 2570-2583, 2011
502011
The temporary nature of number—space interactions.
W Fias, JP van Dijck
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2016
362016
Coding of serial order in verbal, visual and spatial working memory.
V Ginsburg, K Archambeau, JP van Dijck, F Chetail, W Gevers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (5), 632, 2017
342017
Effects of interhemispheric communication on two-digit Arabic number processing
E Ratinckx, HC Nuerk, JP van Dijck, K Willmes
Cortex 42 (8), 1128-1137, 2006
342006
Linking Numbers to Space
JP van Dijck, V Ginsburg, L Girelli, W Gevers
The Oxford handbook of numerical cognition, 89, 2015
332015
Spatialization in working memory is related to literacy and reading direction: Culture “literarily” directs our thoughts
A Guida, AM Megreya, M Lavielle-Guida, Y Noël, F Mathy, JP van Dijck, ...
Cognition 175, 96-100, 2018
302018
Grounding verbal working memory: the case of serial order
EL Abrahamse, JP van Dijck, W Fias
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (5), 429-433, 2017
242017
Serial position markers in space: Visuospatial priming of serial order working memory retrieval
M De Belder, E Abrahamse, E Kerckhof, W Fias, JP van Dijck
PloS one 10 (1), e0116469, 2015
232015
Correlation between individual differences in striatal dopamine and in visual consciousness
F Van Opstal, N Van Laeken, T Verguts, JP van Dijck, F De Vos, ...
Current Biology 24 (7), R265-R266, 2014
192014
Metacognition and cognitive control: behavioural adaptation requires conflict experience
L Questienne, F Van Opstal, JP van Dijck, W Gevers
Quarterly Journal of experimental psychology 71 (2), 411-423, 2018
172018
Introspection of subjective feelings is sensitive and specific.
L Questienne, JP van Dijck, W Gevers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 44 (2), 215, 2018
112018
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