Michiel van Elk
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You'll never crawl alone: neurophysiological evidence for experience-dependent motor resonance in infancy
M van Elk, HT van Schie, S Hunnius, C Vesper, H Bekkering
Neuroimage 43 (4), 808-814, 2008
Action semantics: A unifying conceptual framework for the selective use of multimodal and modality-specific object knowledge
M van Elk, H van Schie, H Bekkering
Physics of life reviews 11 (2), 220-250, 2014
The functional role of motor activation in language processing: Motor cortical oscillations support lexical-semantic retrieval
M van Elk, HT van Schie, RA Zwaan, H Bekkering
Neuroimage 50 (2), 665-677, 2010
Meta-analyses are no substitute for registered replications: A skeptical perspective on religious priming
M Van Elk, D Matzke, QF Gronau, M Guan, J Vandekerckhove, ...
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1365, 2015
Global evidence of extreme intuitive moral prejudice against atheists
WM Gervais, D Xygalatas, RT McKay, M Van Elk, EE Buchtel, M Aveyard, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (8), 0151, 2017
Absorption and spiritual experience: A review of evidence and potential mechanisms
M Lifshitz, M Van Elk, TM Luhrmann
Consciousness and cognition 73, 102760, 2019
Brain mechanisms in religion and spirituality: An integrative predictive processing framework
M Van Elk, A Aleman
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 73, 359-378, 2017
Motor activation during observation of unusual versus ordinary actions in infancy
JC Stapel, S Hunnius, M van Elk, H Bekkering
Social Neuroscience 5 (5-6), 451-460, 2010
‘Standing in awe’: The effects of awe on body perception and the relation with absorption
M van Elk, A Karinen, E Specker, E Stamkou, M Baas
Collabra 2 (1), 4, 2016
Paranormal believers are more prone to illusory agency detection than skeptics
M van Elk
Consciousness and Cognition 22 (3), 1041-1046, 2013
The neural correlates of the awe experience: Reduced default mode network activity during feelings of awe
M Van Elk, MA Arciniegas Gomez, W van der Zwaag, HT Van Schie, ...
Human brain mapping 40 (12), 3561-3574, 2019
Seeking the supernatural: The interactive religious experience model
N Van Leeuwen, M Van Elk
Religion, Brain & Behavior 9 (3), 221-251, 2019
How learning to shake a rattle affects 8-month-old infants’ perception of the rattle's sound: electrophysiological evidence for action-effect binding in infancy
M Paulus, S Hunnius, M Van Elk, H Bekkering
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 2 (1), 90-96, 2012
Compromised motor planning and motor imagery in right hemiparetic cerebral palsy
C Crajé, M van Elk, M Beeren, HT van Schie, H Bekkering, B Steenbergen
Research in Developmental Disabilities 31 (6), 1313-1322, 2010
Analytic atheism: A cross-culturally weak and fickle phenomenon?
WM Gervais, M van Elk, D Xygalatas, RT McKay, M Aveyard, EE Buchtel, ...
Judgment and Decision making 13 (3), 268-274, 2018
Registered replication report: Dijksterhuis and van Knippenberg (1998)
M O’donnell, LD Nelson, E Ackermann, B Aczel, A Akhtar, S Aldrovandi, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 13 (2), 268-294, 2018
Do you see what I see? An investigation of the aesthetic experience in the laboratory and museum.
E Specker, PPL Tinio, M Van Elk
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 11 (3), 265, 2017
Perceptual biases in relation to paranormal and conspiracy beliefs
M Van Elk
PloS one 10 (6), e0130422, 2015
Priming of supernatural agent concepts and agency detection
M Van Elk, BT Rutjens, J van der Pligt, F Van Harreveld
Religion, Brain & Behavior 6 (1), 4-33, 2016
Mentalizing skills do not differentiate believers from non-believers, but credibility enhancing displays do
DLR Maij, F van Harreveld, W Gervais, Y Schrag, C Mohr, M van Elk
PloS one 12 (8), e0182764, 2017
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