Tessa M. van Leeuwen
Tessa M. van Leeuwen
Associate professor at Tilburg University, Department of Communication and Cognition
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor tilburguniversity.edu
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Effective connectivity determines the nature of subjective experience in grapheme-color synesthesia
TM Van Leeuwen, HEM Den Ouden, P Hagoort
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (27), 9879-9884, 2011
Synaesthetic colour in the brain: beyond colour areas. A functional magnetic resonance imaging study of synaesthetes and matched controls
TM Van Leeuwen, KM Petersson, P Hagoort
PloS one 5 (8), e12074, 2010
Cross-modal associations and synesthesia: Categorical perception and structure in vowel–color mappings in a large online sample
C Cuskley, M Dingemanse, S Kirby, TM Van Leeuwen
Behavior Research Methods 51, 1651-1675, 2019
Modality and variability of synesthetic experience
V Niccolai, J Jennes, P Stoerig, TM Van Leeuwen
The American journal of psychology 125 (1), 81-94, 2012
L2-proficiency-dependent laterality shift in structural connectivity of brain language pathways
H Xiang, TM van Leeuwen, D Dediu, L Roberts, DG Norris, P Hagoort
Brain connectivity 5 (6), 349-361, 2015
The merit of synesthesia for consciousness research
TM Van Leeuwen, W Singer, D Nikolić
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1850, 2015
Autistic traits in synaesthesia: atypical sensory sensitivity and enhanced perception of details
TM van Leeuwen, E van Petersen, F Burghoorn, M Dingemanse, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1787), 20190024, 2019
Neuroimaging findings on amodal completion: A review
J Thielen, SE Bosch, TM van Leeuwen, MAJ van Gerven, R van Lier
i-Perception 10 (2), 2041669519840047, 2019
Synaesthesia and autism: Different developmental outcomes from overlapping mechanisms?
TM van Leeuwen, J Neufeld, J Hughes, J Ward
Cognitive Neuropsychology 37 (7-8), 433-449, 2020
The relation between autistic traits, the degree of synaesthesia, and local/global visual perception
F Burghoorn, M Dingemanse, R van Lier, TM van Leeuwen
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 50, 12-29, 2020
Evidence for confounding eye movements under attempted fixation and active viewing in cognitive neuroscience
J Thielen, SE Bosch, TM van Leeuwen, MAJ van Gerven, R van Lier
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
Individual Differences in Synesthesia
TM van Leeuwen
Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia, 241-264, DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/978019960, 2013
Investigating genetic links between grapheme–colour synaesthesia and neuropsychiatric traits
AK Tilot, A Vino, KS Kucera, DA Carmichael, L Van den Heuvel, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1787), 20190026, 2019
Synaesthetic perception of colour and visual space in a blind subject: an fMRI case study
V Niccolai, TM van Leeuwen, C Blakemore, P Stoerig
Consciousness and Cognition 21 (2), 889-899, 2012
Nonrandom associations of graphemes with colors in Arabic
TM Van Leeuwen, M Dingemanse, B Todil, A Agameya, A Majid
Multisensory Research 29 (1-3), 223-252, 2016
Real color captures attention and overrides spatial cues in grapheme-color synesthetes but not in controls
TM Van Leeuwen, P Hagoort, BF Händel
Neuropsychologia 51 (10), 1802-1813, 2013
Phonological markers of information structure: An fMRI study
TM Van Leeuwen, MJA Lamers, KM Petersson, C Gussenhoven, ...
Neuropsychologia 58, 64-74, 2014
Constructing priors in synesthesia
TM van Leeuwen
Cognitive neuroscience 5 (2), 124-126, 2014
Perceptual Gains and Losses in Synesthesia and Schizophrenia
TM van Leeuwen, A Sauer, AM Jurjut, M Wibral, PJ Uhlhaas, W Singer, ...
Schizophrenia Bulletin, 2020
How one can see what is not there: Neural mechanisms of grapheme-colour synaesthesia
T Van Leeuwen
Radboud University Nijmegen Nijmegen, 2011
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