Tim van Timmeren
Tim van Timmeren
Assistant Professor, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
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Compulsivity-related neurocognitive performance deficits in gambling disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis
T Van Timmeren, JG Daams, RJ Van Holst, AE Goudriaan
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 84, 204-217, 2018
Intact corticostriatal control of goal-directed action in alcohol use disorder: a Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer and outcome-devaluation study
T van Timmeren, SL Quail, BW Balleine, DEM Geurts, AE Goudriaan, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 4949, 2020
Decision-making (in) flexibility in gambling disorder
A Perandrés-Gómez, JF Navas, T van Timmeren, JC Perales
Addictive behaviors 112, 106534, 2021
Altered orbitofrontal sulcogyral patterns in gambling disorder: a multicenter study
Y Li, Z Wang, I Boileau, JC Dreher, S Gelskov, A Genauck, J Joutsa, ...
Translational Psychiatry 9 (1), 186, 2019
Connectivity networks in gambling disorder: a resting-state fMRI study
T van Timmeren, P Zhutovsky, RJ van Holst, AE Goudriaan
International Gambling Studies 18 (2), 242-258, 2018
White matter integrity between left basal ganglia and left prefrontal cortex is compromised in gambling disorder
T van Timmeren, JM Jansen, MWA Caan, AE Goudriaan, RJ van Holst
Addiction Biology 22 (6), 1590-1600, 2017
Instant habits versus flexible tenacity: do implementation intentions accelerate habit formation?
T van Timmeren, S de Wit
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 17470218221147024, 2022
Are there differences in disruptions of reward processing between substance use disorder and gambling disorder?
RJ van Holst, T van Timmeren, AE Goudriaan
Jama Psychiatry 74 (7), 759-760, 2017
Striatal ups or downs? Neural correlates of monetary reward anticipation, cue reactivity and their interaction in alcohol use disorder and gambling disorder
T van Timmeren, RJ van Holst, AE Goudriaan
Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 2023
Goal-directed and habitual decision making under stress in Gambling Disorder: an fMRI study
T van Timmeren, P Piray, AE Goudriaan, RJ van Holst
Addictive Behaviors 140, 107628, 2023
Taxing working memory shifts the balance from goals to stimulus-response habits
T van Timmeren, P Watson, I van de Vijver, S de Wit
PsyArXiv, 2022
Addiction: A striatal roller-coaster: On the neural and associative-learning mechanisms underlying gambling and alcohol use disorder
T van Timmeren
University of Amsterdam, 2019
Neurobiological mechanisms of problem gambling and treatment
A Goudriaan, R van Holst, T van Timmeren
European Psychiatry 41 (S1), S26-S26, 2017
Why, how, when, and for whom does digital disconnection work? A process-based framework of digital disconnection
MMP Vanden Abeele, H Vandebosch, EHW Koster, T De Leyn, ...
Communication Theory, qtad016, 2024
Cortico-striatal white-matter connectivity underlies the ability to exert goal-directed control
T van Timmeren, I van de Vijver, S de Wit
Authorea Preprints, 2023
Can the Brain Strategically Go on Automatic Pilot? The Effect of If–Then Planning on Behavioral Flexibility
T van Timmeren, JP O'Doherty, N Dzinalija, S de Wit
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 35 (6), 957-975, 2023
'Digital detox': The effect of social media abstinence on usage, habits and wellbeing
T Van Timmeren, S Kochhar, M Vanden Abeele, S De Wit
Connectivity networks in gambling disorder: a resting-state fMRI study
T van Timmeren, P Zhutovsky, RJ van Holst, AE Goudriaan
The Neuroscience and Neuropsychology of Gambling, 70-86, 2021
T268. Pavlovian-To-Instrumental Transfer and Outcome Devaluation in Human Alcohol Dependence
T van Timmeren, SL Quail, DEM Geurts, BW Balleine, RJ van Holst, ...
Biological Psychiatry 83 (9), S233-S234, 2018
PL-03: pathological gambling: neural working mechanisms and beyond
AE Goudriaan, RJ Van Holst, T Van Timmeren
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 5 (S1), 2-3, 2016
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