Christopher Michael Warren
Christopher Michael Warren
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TitleCited byYear
Kicking calculators: Contribution of embodied representations to sentence comprehension
MEJ Masson, DN Bub, CM Warren
Journal of Memory and Language 59 (3), 256-265, 2008
732008
Catecholamine-mediated increases in gain enhance the precision of cortical representations
CM Warren, E Eldar, RL van den Brink, KD Tona, ..., S Nieuwenhuis
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (21), 5699-5708, 2016
582016
The impact of deliberative strategy dissociates ERP components related to conflict processing vs. reinforcement learning
CM Warren, CB Holroyd
Frontiers in neuroscience 6, 43, 2012
522012
Reduced susceptibility to the attentional blink in psychopathic offenders: Implications for the attention bottleneck hypothesis.
RC Wolf, RW Carpenter, CM Warren, JD Zeier, AR Baskin-Sommers, ...
Neuropsychology 26 (1), 102, 2012
372012
Catecholaminergic neuromodulation shapes intrinsic MRI functional connectivity in the human brain
RL van den Brink, T Pfeffer, CM Warren, PR Murphy, KD Tona, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (30), 7865-7876, 2016
352016
Feedback-related negativity observed in rodent anterior cingulate cortex
CM Warren, JM Hyman, JK Seamans, CB Holroyd
Journal of Physiology-Paris 109 (1-3), 87-94, 2015
352015
What can topology changes in the oddball N2 reveal about underlying processes?
CM Warren, JW Tanaka, CB Holroyd
Neuroreport 22 (17), 870-874, 2011
262011
The effect of atomoxetine on random and directed exploration in humans
CM Warren, RC Wilson, NJ van der Wee, EJ Giltay, MS van Noorden, ...
PLoS ONE 12 (4), e0176034, 2017
232017
Oscillatory profiles of positive, negative and neutral feedback stimuli during adaptive decision making
P Li, TE Baker, C Warren, H Li
International Journal of Psychophysiology 107, 37-43, 2016
182016
Norepinephrine transporter blocker atomoxetine increases salivary alpha amylase
CM Warren, RL van den Brink, S Nieuwenhuis, JA Bosch
Psychoneuroendocrinology 78, 233-236, 2017
172017
Electrophysiological evidence for the importance of interpersonalcuriosity
C Han, P Li, C Warren, T Feng, J Litman, H Li
brain research 1500, 45-54, 2013
162013
Exaggerated attention blink response in prisoners with externalizing
A Baskin-Sommers, R Wolf, J Buckholtz, C Warren, J Newman
Journal of Research in Personality 46 (6), 688-693, 2012
162012
Target—distractor interference in the attentional blink implicates the locus coeruleus—norepinephrine system
CM Warren, AT Breuer, J Kantner, D Fiset, C Blais, MEJ Masson
Psychonomic bulletin & review 16 (6), 1106-1111, 2009
142009
Cognitive control, dynamic salience and the imperative toward computational accounts of neuromodulatory function.
CM Warren, PR Murphy, S Nieuwenhuis
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, 2016
9*2016
The neuromodulatory and hormonal effects of transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation as evidenced by salivary alpha amylase, salivary cortisol, pupil diameter, and the P3 event …
CM Warren, KD Tona, L Ouwerkerk, J Van Paridon, F Poletiek, ...
Brain stimulation 12 (3), 635-642, 2019
82019
Perceptual choice boosts network stability: effect of neuromodulation?
CM Warren, S Nieuwenhuis, TH Donner
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 19 (7), 362–364, 2015
72015
The influence of element type and crossed relation on the difficulty of chunk decomposition
Z Zhang, K Yang, CM Warren, G Zhao, P Li, Y Lei, H Li
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1025, 2015
52015
Chunk decomposition contributes to forming new mental representations: An ERP study
Z Zhang, Q Xing, H Li, CM Warren, Z Tang, J Che
Neuroscience letters 598, 12-17, 2015
52015
Commentary: Are groups more or less than the sum of their members? The moderating role of individual identification
Z Zhang, CM Warren, Y Lei, Q Xing, H Li
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2018
32018
Identification and transformation difficulty in problem solving: electrophysiological evidence from chunk decomposition
Z Zhang, Y Luo, C Wang, CM Warren, Q Xia, Q Xing, B Cao, Y Lei, H Li
Biological psychology 143, 10-21, 2019
12019
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