Elger Abrahamse
Elger Abrahamse
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Representing serial action and perception
EL Abrahamse, L Jiménez, WB Verwey, BA Clegg
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17 (5), 603-623, 2010
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
Grounding cognitive control in associative learning.
E Abrahamse, S Braem, W Notebaert, T Verguts
Psychological Bulletin 142 (7), 693, 2016
The heterogeneous world of congruency sequence effects: An update
W Duthoo, EL Abrahamse, S Braem, CN Boehler, W Notebaert
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1001, 2014
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
What determines the specificity of conflict adaptation? A review, critical analysis, and proposed synthesis
S Braem, EL Abrahamse, W Duthoo, W Notebaert
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1134, 2014
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
The congruency sequence effect 3.0: a critical test of conflict adaptation
W Duthoo, EL Abrahamse, S Braem, CN Boehler, W Notebaert
PloS one 9 (10), e110462, 2014
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
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
Distinct modes of executing movement sequences: reacting, associating, and chunking
WB Verwey, EL Abrahamse
Acta psychologica 140 (3), 274-282, 2012
How does working memory enable number-induced spatial biases?
E Abrahamse, JP van Dijck, W Fias
Frontiers in psychology 7, 977, 2016
Cognitive processing in new and practiced discrete keying sequences
WB Verwey, EL Abrahamse, E De Kleine
Frontiers in psychology 1, 32, 2010
Segmentation of short keying sequences does not spontaneously transfer to other sequences
WB Verwey, EL Abrahamse, L Jiménez
Human movement science 28 (3), 348-361, 2009
Attention modulation by proportion congruency: The asymmetrical list shifting effect.
EL Abrahamse, W Duthoo, W Notebaert, EF Risko
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 39 (5), 1552, 2013
Context dependent learning in the serial RT task
EL Abrahamse, WB Verwey
Psychological research 72 (4), 397-404, 2008
Internal and external spatial attention examined with lateralized EEG power spectra
RHJ Van der Lubbe, C Bundt, EL Abrahamse
Brain research 1583, 179-192, 2014
Endogenous orienting modulates the Simon effect: critical factors in experimental design
EL Abrahamse, RHJ Van der Lubbe
Psychological Research 72 (3), 261-272, 2008
Going, going, gone? Proactive control prevents the congruency sequence effect from rapid decay
W Duthoo, EL Abrahamse, S Braem, W Notebaert
Psychological Research 78 (4), 483-493, 2014
The premotor theory of attention and the Simon effect
RHJ Van der Lubbe, EL Abrahamse
Acta psychologica 136 (2), 259-264, 2011
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