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VerbruggenFigS1 – Supplemental material for Structure and Implementation of Novel Task Rules: A Cross-Sectional Developmental Study

Author(s): Verbruggen, Frederick; Rossy McLaren; Pereg, Maayan; Meiran, Nachshon
Published in: SAGE Journals Array 2018
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.25384/sage.6263387; Digital Object Identifier:10.25384/sage.6263387.v1

How Skewness and Slowing Distort the Estimation of Stopping Latencies

Author(s): Verbruggen, F.; Chambers, C. D.; Logan, G. D.
Published in: SAGE Publications 2013
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.1177/0956797612457390

Association and Inhibition

Author(s): McLaren; I.P.L. & Verbruggen; F.

Structure and Implementation of Novel Task Rules: A Cross-Sectional Developmental Study

Author(s): Verbruggen, Frederick; McLaren, Rossy; Pereg, Maayan; Meiran, Nachshon
Permanent ID: Handle:1854/LU-8547469; Digital Object Identifier:10.1177/0956797618755322; PubMed Central ID:PMC6247441; PubMed ID:29746205

VerbruggenOpenPracticesDisclosure – Supplemental material for Structure and Implementation of Novel Task Rules: A Cross-Sectional Developmental Study

Author(s): Verbruggen, Frederick; Rossy McLaren; Pereg, Maayan; Meiran, Nachshon
Published in: Figshare Array 2018
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.25384/sage.6263390; Digital Object Identifier:10.25384/sage.6263390.v1

Proactive inhibitory control: A general biasing account

Author(s):
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.1016/j.cogpsych.2016.01.004

Limits of Executive Control

Author(s): Verbruggen, Frederick; McAndrew, Amy; Weidemann, Gabrielle; Stevens, Tobias; McLaren, Ian P. L.
Published in: SAGE Publications Psychological Science 2016
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC4873728; PubMed ID:27000177

Executive Control of Actions Across Time and Space

Author(s): Frederick Verbruggen
Published in: SAGE Publications ISSN: 0963-7214 2016
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.1177/0963721416659254; Handle:1854/LU-8507453; PubMed Central ID:PMC5152791; PubMed ID:28018053

VerbruggenSupplementalMaterial – Supplemental material for Structure and Implementation of Novel Task Rules: A Cross-Sectional Developmental Study

Author(s): Verbruggen, Frederick; Rossy McLaren; Pereg, Maayan; Meiran, Nachshon
Published in: SAGE Journals Array 2018
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.25384/sage.6263396.v1; Digital Object Identifier:10.25384/sage.6263396

Effects of reward and punishment on the interaction between going and stopping in a selective stop-change task.

Author(s): Frederick Verbruggen; Rosamund McLaren
Published in: Springer Science and Business Media LLC Psychological Research 2016
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.1007/s00426-016-0827-5; Handle:1854/LU-8508128; PubMed Central ID:PMC5834561; PubMed ID:27888354

Learning in the absence of overt practice: a novel (previously unseen) stimulus can trigger retrieval of an unpracticed response

Author(s): Frederick Verbruggen; Cai S. Longman; Andrea Kiesel
Permanent ID: Handle:1854/LU-8604143; Digital Object Identifier:10.1007/s00426-018-1106-4

Training response inhibition to food is associated with weight loss and reduced energy intake

Author(s): Lawrence, Natalia S.; O'Sullivan, Jamie; Parslow, David; Javaid, Mahmood; Adams, Rachel C.; Chambers, Christopher D.; Kos, Katarina; Verbruggen, Frederick
Published in: Elsevier 0195-6663 2015
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC4596151; PubMed ID:26122756

The inhibitory control reflex

Author(s): Ian P. L. McLaren; Maisy Best; William A. Bowditch; Frederick Verbruggen; Tobias Stevens
Published in: Elsevier BV 2014
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2014.08.014

How Does the (Re)Presentation of Instructions Influence Their Implementation

Author(s): Longman, Cai S.; Liefooghe, Baptist; Verbruggen, Frederick
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC6634562; PubMed ID:31517230; Handle:1874/394687; Digital Object Identifier:10.5334/joc.63; Handle:1854/LU-8643720

A novel continuous inhibitory-control task: variation in individual performance by young pheasants ( Phasianus colchicus )

Author(s): Frederick Verbruggen; Frederick Verbruggen; Joah R. Madden; Mark A. Whiteside; Philippa R. Laker; Ellis J. G. Langley; Christina Meier; Jayden O. van Horik; Sara Raj Pant
Published in: Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISSN: 1435-9456 2017
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC5640750; PubMed ID:28795236; Handle:1854/LU-8534874; Digital Object Identifier:10.1007/s10071-017-1120-8

Are the Effects of Response Inhibition on Gambling Long-Lasting?

Author(s): Rachel Adams; Frederick Verbruggen; Félice van 't Wout; Tobias Stevens; Ian P. L. McLaren; Christopher D. Chambers
Permanent ID: Handle:1854/LU-8534955; Digital Object Identifier:10.1371/journal.pone.0070155; PubMed Central ID:PMC3724817; PubMed ID:23922948

Training response inhibition to food is associated with weight loss and reduced energy intake.

Author(s):
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.1016/j.appet.2015.06.009

Should I stop or should I go? The role of associations and expectancies

Author(s): Frederick Verbruggen; Gordon D. Logan; Maisy Best; Natalia Lawrence; Ian P. L. McLaren
Published in: American Psychological Association (APA) Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance 2015
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.1037/xhp0000116; PubMed Central ID:PMC4685931; PubMed ID:26322688

Training response inhibition to reduce food consumption: Mechanisms, stimulus specificity and appropriate training protocols

Author(s): Adams, Rachel C.; Lawrence, Natalia S.; Verbruggen, Frederick; Chambers, Christopher D.
Published in: Elsevier 0195-6663 2017
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC5240656; PubMed ID:27838443; Handle:1854/LU-8508132

Does Learning Influence the Detection of Signals in a Response-Inhibition Task?

Author(s): Maisy Best; Frederick Verbruggen
Published in: Ubiquity Press 2514-4820 2019
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC6676923; PubMed ID:31517237; Digital Object Identifier:10.17605/osf.io/j6tk9; Digital Object Identifier:10.5334/joc.73; Handle:1854/LU-8647936

Evidence for capacity sharing when stopping

Author(s): Gordon D. Logan; Frederick Verbruggen
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC4787292; PubMed ID:26036922; Digital Object Identifier:10.1016/j.cognition.2015.05.014

Proactive inhibitory control: A general biasing account

Author(s): Elchlepp, Heike; Lavric, Aureliu; Chambers, Christopher D.; Verbruggen, Frederick
Published in: The Authors. Published by Elsevier Inc. 0010-0285 2016
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC4825542; PubMed ID:26859519

Winning and losing: Effects on impulsive action

Author(s): Verbruggen, Frederick; Chambers, Christopher D.; Lawrence, Natalia S.; McLaren, Ian P. L.
Published in: American Psychological Association Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance 2016
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC5178881; PubMed ID:27808548

How does response inhibition influence decision making when gambling

Author(s): Tobias Stevens; Damien Brevers; Xavier Noël; Aureliu Lavric; Myriam Mertens; Christopher D. Chambers; Ian P. L. McLaren; Frederick Verbruggen
Published in: American Psychological Association (APA) Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied 2015
Permanent ID: Digital Object Identifier:10.1037/xap0000039; PubMed Central ID:PMC4353260; PubMed ID:25559481

Stopping to food can reduce intake. Effects of stimulus-specificity and individual differences in dietary restraint

Author(s): Lawrence, Natalia S.; Verbruggen, Frederick; Morrison, Sinead; Adams, Rachel C.; Chambers, Christopher D.
Published in: Elsevier 0195-6663 2015
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC4286116; PubMed ID:25447023; Digital Object Identifier:10.1016/j.appet.2014.11.006

Fictitious Inhibitory Differences

Author(s): Verbruggen, Frederick; Chambers, Christopher D.; Logan, Gordon D.
Published in: SAGE Publications Psychological Science 2013
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC3724271; PubMed ID:23399493

Banishing the Control Homunculi in Studies of Action Control and Behavior Change

Author(s): Verbruggen, Frederick; McLaren, Ian P. L.; Chambers, Christopher D.
Published in: Association for Psychological Science 1745-6916 2014
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC4232338; PubMed ID:25419227; Digital Object Identifier:10.1177/1745691614526414

Proactive and reactive stopping when distracted: an attentional account

Author(s): Frederick Verbruggen; Tobias Stevens; Christopher D. Chambers
Permanent ID: PubMed Central ID:PMC4120704; PubMed ID:24842070; Digital Object Identifier:10.1037/a0036542

Instructed and Acquired Contingencies in Response-Inhibition Tasks

Author(s): Best, Maisy; McLaren, Ian P. L.; Verbruggen, Frederick
Permanent ID: Handle:1854/LU-8604139; Digital Object Identifier:10.17605/osf.io/kydw6; PubMed Central ID:PMC6634444; PubMed ID:31517225; Digital Object Identifier:10.5334/joc.53

On the ability to inhibit thought and action: general and special theories of an act of control.

Author(s): Logan, Gordon D.; Van Zandt, Trisha; Verbruggen, Frederick; Wagenmakers, Eric-Jan
Permanent ID: Handle:11245/1.439064; Digital Object Identifier:10.1037/a0035230

Evidence for parallel activation of the pre-supplementary motor area and inferior frontal cortex during response inhibition: a combined MEG and TMS study.

Author(s): Allen, Christopher; Singh, Krish D.; Verbruggen, Frederick; Chambers, Christopher D.
Permanent ID: Handle:1854/LU-8547471; Digital Object Identifier:10.1098/rsos.171369; PubMed Central ID:PMC5830741; PubMed ID:29515852