Ritu Bhandari
Ritu Bhandari
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Elevated salivary levels of oxytocin persist more than 7 h after intranasal administration
MH Van IJzendoorn, R Bhandari, R Van der Veen, K Grewen, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 6, 174, 2012
1342012
The bonnie baby: experimentally manipulated temperament affects perceived cuteness and motivation to view infant faces
CE Parsons, KS Young, R Bhandari, MH van Ijzendoorn, ...
Developmental science 17 (2), 257-269, 2014
342014
One doll fits all: validation of the Leiden Infant Simulator Sensitivity Assessment (LISSA)
A Voorthuis, D Out, R van der Veen, R Bhandari, MH van IJzendoorn, ...
Attachment & Human Development 15 (5-6), 603-617, 2013
322013
Salivary oxytocin mediates the association between emotional maltreatment and responses to emotional infant faces
R Bhandari, MJ Bakermans-Kranenburg, R van der Veen, CE Parsons, ...
Physiology & Behavior 131, 123-128, 2014
312014
Effects of intranasal oxytocin administration on memory for infant cues: moderation by childhood emotional maltreatment
R Bhandari, R van der Veen, CE Parsons, KS Young, A Voorthuis, ...
Social neuroscience 9 (5), 536-547, 2014
222014
Childhood maltreatment experiences and child abuse potential: Temperamental sensitivity as moderator?
A Voorthuis, R Bhandari, D Out, R van der Veen, ...
Journal of Family Violence 29 (7), 749-756, 2014
102014
Temperamental sensitivity moderates the effects of maternal love-withdrawal on perception of infant crying
R Bhandari, A Voorthuis, R van der Veen, D Out, ...
Family Science 3 (3-4), 246-254, 2012
82012
Action perception recruits the cerebellum and is impaired in spinocerebellar ataxia patients
AR Abdelgabar, J Suttrup, R Broersen, R Bhandari, S Picard, C Keysers, ...
BioRxiv, 480293, 2018
6*2018
Does higher sampling rate (Multiband+ SENSE) benefit the detection of task correlated BOLD for cognitive neuroscience applications at 3T?
R Bhandari, E Kirilina, M Caan, J Suttrup, T de Sanctis, L De Angelis, ...
bioRxiv, 762831, 2019
32019
Does higher sampling rate (multiband+ SENSE) improve group statistics-An example from social neuroscience block design at 3T
R Bhandari, E Kirilina, M Caan, J Suttrup, T De Sanctis, L De Angelis, ...
NeuroImage, 116731, 2020
12020
Small non-significant increments in single-subject voxel-wise statistics lead to significant group level improvements with multiband for task-based fMRI
R Bhandari, V Gazzola, C Keysers
BioRxiv, 756361, 2019
12019
The bonnie baby
C Parsons, KS Young, R Bhandari, MH van Ijzendoorn, ...
Developmental Science (online), 2014
12014
Multiband acceleration can provide moderate improvements in single-subject voxel-wise statistics in block-design task-based fMRI
R Bhandari, V Gazzola, C Keysers
bioRxiv, 756361, 2020
2020
Challenges in assessing voxel-wise single-subject level benefits of MB acceleration
R Bhandari, V Gazzola, C Keysers
bioRxiv, 756361, 2019
2019
Sulcal ridge alignment for laminar fMRI at 7T
PL Bazin, W van der Zwaag, R Bhandari, C Keysers, V Gazzola
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