|The prevalence of food addiction in a large sample of adolescents and its association with addictive substances|
GW Mies, JL Treur, JK Larsen, J Halberstadt, JA Pasman, JM Vink
Appetite 118, 97-105, 2017
|The neural correlates of temporal reward discounting|
A Scheres, E De Water, GW Mies
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 4 (5), 523-545, 2013
|Drug-free patients with major depression show an increased electrophysiological response to valid and invalid feedback|
GW Mies, FM van der Veen, JH Tulen, TK Birkenhager, MW Hengeveld, ...
Psychological medicine 41 (12), 2515-2525, 2011
|The anterior cingulate cortex responds differently to the validity and valence of feedback in a time-estimation task|
GW Mies, MW van der Molen, M Smits, MW Hengeveld, FM van der Veen
Neuroimage 56 (4), 2321-2328, 2011
|What motivates individuals with ADHD? A qualitative analysis from the adolescent’s point of view|
S Morsink, E Sonuga-Barke, G Mies, N Glorie, J Lemiere, S Van der Oord, ...
European child & adolescent psychiatry 26 (8), 923-932, 2017
|Ventral striatal hyperconnectivity during rewarded interference control in adolescents with ADHD|
I Ma, M van Holstein, GW Mies, M Mennes, J Buitelaar, R Cools, ...
Cortex 82, 225-236, 2016
|Delay aversion in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder is mediated by amygdala and prefrontal cortex hyper‐activation|
J Van Dessel, E Sonuga‐Barke, G Mies, J Lemiere, S Van der Oord, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 59 (8), 888-899, 2018
|Acute tryptophan depletion in healthy males attenuates phasic cardiac slowing but does not affect electro-cortical response to negative feedback|
FM van der Veen, GW Mies, MW van der Molen, EA Evers
Psychopharmacology 199 (2), 255-263, 2008
|Cardiac and electrophysiological responses to valid and invalid feedback in a time-estimation task|
GW Mies, FM Van der Veen, JHM Tulen, MW Hengeveld, ...
Journal of Psychophysiology, 2011
|Remedial action and feedback processing in a time-estimation task: evidence for a role of the rostral cingulate zone in behavioral adjustments without learning|
FM van der Veen, CH Röder, GW Mies, A van der Lugt, M Smits
Neuroimage 54 (1), 447-454, 2011
|Waiting and working for rewards: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is associated with steeper delay discounting linked to amygdala activation, but not with steeper …|
GW Mies, I Ma, E de Water, JK Buitelaar, A Scheres
Cortex 106, 164-173, 2018
|Polygenic risk for alcohol consumption and its association with alcohol-related phenotypes: Do stress and life satisfaction moderate these relationships?|
GW Mies, KJH Verweij, JL Treur, L Ligthart, IO Fedko, JJ Hottenga, ...
Drug and alcohol dependence 183, 7-12, 2018
|Neural mechanisms of individual differences in temporal discounting of monetary and primary rewards in adolescents|
E de Water, GW Mies, B Figner, Y Yoncheva, W van den Bos, ...
NeuroImage 153, 198-210, 2017
|Neural responses to social exclusion in adolescents: Effects of peer status|
E de Water, GW Mies, I Ma, M Mennes, AHN Cillessen, A Scheres
Cortex 92, 32-43, 2017
|Neurophysiological correlates of anhedonia in feedback processing|
G Mies, I Van den Berg, IHA Franken, M Smits, M Van Der Molen, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 96, 2013
|Delay discounting of monetary gains and losses in adolescents with ADHD: Contribution of delay aversion to choice|
GW Mies, E de Water, JR Wiersema, A Scheres
Child Neuropsychology 25 (4), 528-547, 2019
|Quick Delay Questionnaire: Reliability, validity, and relations to functional impairments in adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).|
LB Thorell, D Sjöwall, GW Mies, A Scheres
Psychological assessment 29 (10), 1261, 2017
|Planning to make economic decisions in the future, but choosing impulsively now: are preference reversals related to symptoms of ADHD and depression?|
GW Mies, E De Water, A Scheres
International journal of methods in psychiatric research 25 (3), 178-189, 2016
|The neural correlates of temporal reward discounting. WIREs Cognitive Science, 4 (5), 523–545|
A Scheres, E de Water, GW Mies
|Does an attention bias to appetitive and aversive words modulate interference control in youth with ADHD?|
I Ma, GW Mies, NNJ Lambregts-Rommelse, JK Buitelaar, AHN Cillessen, ...
Child Neuropsychology 24 (4), 541-557, 2018