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Freek van Ede


Freek van Ede is studying tactile expectation and temporal attention. He measures oscillatory (de)synchronization during tactile anticipation tasks, using MEG.
Freek received his M.Sc. in Cognitive Neuroscience at the Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Publications

  • van Ede F, de Lange FP, Maris E (2013). Anticipation increases tactile stimulus processing in the ipsilateral primary somatosensory cortex. Cerebral Cortex, in press. pdf
  • van Ede F, de Lange FP, Maris E (2012). Attentional cues affect accuracy and reaction time via different cognitive and neural processes. Journal of Neuroscience 32, 10408-12. pdf
  • van Ede F, de Lange FP, Jensen O, and Maris E (2011). Orienting attention to an upcoming tactile event involves a spatially and temporally specific modulation of sensorimotor alpha- and beta-band oscillations. Journal of Neuroscience 31, 2016-24. pdf
  • van Ede F, Jensen O, Maris E (2010). Tactile expectation modulates pre-stimulus beta-band oscillations in human sensorimotor cortex. Neuroimage, 2;51(2):867-76.
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