Myrthel Dogge
Myrthel Dogge
PhD candidate, Department of Psychology, Utrecht University
Verified email at uu.nl
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Positive priming and intentional binding: Eye-blink rate predicts reward information effects on the sense of agency
H Aarts, E Bijleveld, R Custers, M Dogge, M Deelder, D Schutter, ...
Social neuroscience 7 (1), 105-112, 2012
682012
When moving without volition: implied self-causation enhances binding strength between involuntary actions and effects
M Dogge, M Schaap, R Custers, DM Wegner, H Aarts
Consciousness and Cognition 21 (1), 501-506, 2012
612012
Cortical information flow during inferences of agency
M Dogge, D Hofman, M Boersma, HC Dijkerman, H Aarts
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 609, 2014
152014
Moving forward: On the limits of motor-based forward models
M Dogge, R Custers, H Aarts
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 23 (9), 743-753, 2019
92019
Perception of action-outcomes is shaped by life-long and contextual expectations
M Dogge, R Custers, S Gayet, H Hoijtink, H Aarts
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
92019
The influence of action-effect anticipation on bistable perception: differences between onset rivalry and ambiguous motion
M Dogge, S Gayet, R Custers, H Aarts
Neuroscience of Consciousness 2018 (1), niy004, 2018
92018
Exploring the role of motor and non-motor predictive mechanisms in sensory attenuation: Perceptual and neurophysiological findings
M Dogge, D Hofman, R Custers, H Aarts
Neuropsychologia 124, 216-225, 2019
32019
Inference Processes Underlying the Human Experience of Agency over Operant Actions
M DOGGE, H AARTS
The Sense of Agency, 199, 2015
22015
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