José Van Velzen
José Van Velzen
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at Goldsmiths, University of London
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Cross-modal interactions between audition, touch, and vision in endogenous spatial attention: ERP evidence on preparatory states and sensory modulations
M Eimer, J Velzen, J Driver
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 14 (2), 254-271, 2002
The N2pc component and its links to attention shifts and spatially selective visual processing
M Kiss, J Van Velzen, M Eimer
Psychophysiology 45 (2), 240-249, 2008
Crossmodal links in spatial attention are mediated by supramodal control processes: Evidence from event-related potentials
M Eimer, J Van Velzen
Psychophysiology 39 (4), 437-449, 2002
Early posterior ERP components do not reflect the control of attentional shifts toward expected peripheral events
J Velzen, M Eimer
Psychophysiology 40 (5), 827-831, 2003
Covert manual response preparation triggers attentional shifts: ERP evidence for the premotor theory of attention
M Eimer, B Forster, J Van Velzen, G Prabhu
Neuropsychologia 43 (6), 957-966, 2005
Manual response preparation and saccade programming are linked to attention shifts: ERP evidence for covert attentional orienting and spatially specific modulations of visual …
M Eimer, J Van Velzen, E Gherri, C Press
Brain research 1105 (1), 7-19, 2006
Behavioral and ERP evidence of greater distractor processing in old age
JW de Fockert, A Ramchurn, J Van Velzen, Z Bergström, D Bunce
Brain research 1282, 67-73, 2009
Shifts of attention in light and in darkness: an ERP study of supramodal attentional control and crossmodal links in spatial attention
M Eimer, J van Velzen, B Forster, J Driver
Cognitive brain research 15 (3), 308-323, 2003
The neural basis of somatosensory remapping develops in human infancy
S Rigato, JB Ali, J Van Velzen, AJ Bremner
Current Biology 24 (11), 1222-1226, 2014
Anterior and posterior attentional control systems use different spatial reference frames: ERP evidence from covert tactile‐spatial orienting
M Eimer, B Forster, J Van Velzen
Psychophysiology 40 (6), 924-933, 2003
ERP correlates of shared control mechanisms involved in saccade preparation and in covert attention
M Eimer, J Van Velzen, E Gherri, C Press
Brain research 1135, 154-166, 2007
Temporal dynamics of lateralized ERP components elicited during endogenous attentional shifts to relevant tactile events
J Van Velzen, B Forster, M Eimer
Psychophysiology 39 (6), 874-878, 2002
The neurobiology of human spatial attention
J Driver, M Eimer, E Macaluso, JL Van Velzen
Oxford University Press, 2004
The electrophysiology of tactile extinction: ERP correlates of unconscious somatosensory processing
M Eimer, A Maravita, J Van Velzen, M Husain, J Driver
Neuropsychologia 40 (13), 2438-2447, 2002
Shifts of attention in the early blind: An ERP study of attentional control processes in the absence of visual spatial information
J Van Velzen, AF Eardley, B Forster, M Eimer
Neuropsychologia 44 (12), 2533-2546, 2006
ERP evidence for cross-modal audiovisual effects of endogenous spatial attention within hemifields
M Eimer, J Velzen, J Driver
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16 (2), 272-288, 2004
Event‐related potential evidence for the use of external coordinates in the preparation of tactile attention by the early blind
AF Eardley, J Van Velzen
European Journal of Neuroscience 33 (10), 1897-1907, 2011
Cortical signatures of vicarious tactile experience in four-month-old infants
S Rigato, MJ Banissy, A Romanska, R Thomas, J van Velzen, AJ Bremner
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 35, 75-80, 2019
Spatial tuning of tactile attention modulates visual processing within hemifields: an ERP investigation of crossmodal attention
M Eimer, J Velzen
Experimental brain research 166, 402-410, 2005
The electrophysiological time course of somatosensory spatial remapping: vision of the hands modulates effects of posture on somatosensory evoked potentials
S Rigato, AJ Bremner, L Mason, A Pickering, R Davis, J van Velzen
European journal of neuroscience 38 (6), 2884-2892, 2013
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