Pim Haselager
Pim Haselager
Associate Professor, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, and Behaviour, Radboud University
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The brain–computer interface cycle
M Van Gerven, J Farquhar, R Schaefer, R Vlek, J Geuze, A Nijholt, ...
Journal of neural engineering 6 (4), 041001, 2009
Explanation methods in deep learning: Users, values, concerns and challenges
G Ras, M van Gerven, P Haselager
Explainable and interpretable models in computer vision and machine learning …, 2018
Hacking the brain: brain–computer interfacing technology and the ethics of neurosecurity
M Ienca, P Haselager
Ethics and Information Technology 18, 117-129, 2016
The asilomar survey: Stakeholders’ opinions on ethical issues related to brain-computer interfacing
F Nijboer, J Clausen, BZ Allison, P Haselager
Neuroethics 6, 541-578, 2013
Did my brain implant make me do it? Questions raised by DBS regarding psychological continuity, responsibility for action and mental competence
L Klaming, P Haselager
Neuroethics 6, 527-539, 2013
Cognitive science and folk psychology: The right frame of mind
P Haselager
London: Sage, 1997
Brain leaks and consumer neurotechnology
M Ienca, P Haselager, EJ Emanuel
Nature biotechnology 36 (9), 805-810, 2018
Representationalism vs. anti-representationalism: a debate for the sake of appearance
P Haselager, A De Groot, H Van Rappard
Philosophical psychology 16 (1), 5-24, 2003
Do robot performance and behavioral style affect human trust? A multi-method approach
R van den Brule, R Dotsch, G Bijlstra, DHJ Wigboldus, P Haselager
International journal of social robotics 6, 519-531, 2014
Understanding motor resonance
S Uithol, I van Rooij, H Bekkering, P Haselager
Social neuroscience 6 (4), 388-397, 2011
A note on ethical aspects of BCI
P Haselager, R Vlek, J Hill, F Nijboer
Neural Networks 22 (9), 1352-1357, 2009
Can there be such a thing as embodied embedded cognitive neuroscience?
J Van Dijk, R Kerkhofs, I Van Rooij, P Haselager
Theory & Psychology 18 (3), 297-316, 2008
A non-representational approach to imagined action
I Van Rooij, R Bongers, P Haselager
Cognitive Science 26 (3), 345-375, 2002
Ethical issues in brain–computer interface research, development, and dissemination
RJ Vlek, D Steines, D Szibbo, A Kübler, MJ Schneider, P Haselager, ...
Journal of neurologic physical therapy 36 (2), 94-99, 2012
Recipient design in human communication: simple heuristics or perspective taking?
M Blokpoel, M van Kesteren, A Stolk, P Haselager, I Toni, I Van Rooij
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 253, 2012
Robotics, philosophy and the problems of autonomy
P Haselager
Pragmatics & Cognition 13 (3), 515-532, 2005
Did I do that? Brain–computer interfacing and the sense of agency
P Haselager
Minds and Machines 23, 405-418, 2013
Hierarchies in action and motor control
S Uithol, I van Rooij, H Bekkering, P Haselager
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (5), 1077-1086, 2012
A lazy brain? Embodied embedded cognition and cognitive neuroscience
P Haselager, J van Dijk, I van Rooij
Handbook of cognitive science, 273-290, 2008
What do mirror neurons mirror?
S Uithol, I van Rooij, H Bekkering, P Haselager
Philosophical Psychology 24 (5), 607-623, 2011
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