The list below includes publications by Principal Investigator Freek van Ede from the time before the Proactive Brain Lab was founded in 2020.


SELECTED REVIEWS & PERSPECTIVES

  • van Ede F, Nobre AC. (2023). Turning attention inside out: how working memory serves behavior. Annual Review of Psychology, 74, 137–165. [link]
  • Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2023). Attention in flux. Neuron, 111(7), 971-986. [link]
  • Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2018). Anticipated moments: temporal structure in attention. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 19(1), 34-48. [link]
  • van Ede F. (2020). Visual working memory and action: functional links and bi-directional influences. Visual Cognition, 28(5-8), 401-413. [link]
  • Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2020). Under the mind’s hood: what we have learned by watching the brain at work. Journal of Neuroscience, 40, 89-100. [link]
  • van Ede F, Quinn AJ, Woolrich MW, Nobre AC. (2018). Neural oscillations: sustained rhythms or transient burst-events? Trends in Neurosciences, 41, 415-417. [link]
  • van Ede F, Maris E. (2016). Physiological plausibility can increase reproducibility in cognitive neuroscience. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 20(8), 567–569. [link]

FULL PUBLICATION LIST

Preprints

  • Wang S, van Ede F. (2024). Tracking how attentional focusing in working memory benefits long-term memory. bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/2024.03.25.586271. [link]
  • Nasrawi R, Mautner-Rohde M, van Ede F. (2024). Memory load influences our preparedness to act on visual representations in working memory without affecting their accessibility. bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/2024.02.23.581707. [link]

  • Liu B, Alexopoulou SZ, Kong S, Zonneveld A, van Ede F. (2024). Sparse spatial scaffolding for visual working memory. bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.07.05.547765. [link]
  • Wang S, van Ede F. (2024). Dynamics of attentional re-orienting in visual working memory following expected and unexpected memory tests. bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/2024.05.23.595544. [link]
  • Liu B, Alexopoulou SZ, van Ede F. (2023). Attention and microsaccades: do attention shifts trigger new microsaccades or only bias ongoing microsaccades? bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.09.28.559945. [link]
  • Gresch D, Boettcher SEP, van Ede F, Nobre AC. (2024). Neural dynamics of shifting attention between perception and working-memory contents. bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/2024.02.14.580280. [link]

 

2024 / Accepted

  • Ding Y, Postle BR, van Ede F. (2024). Neural signatures of competition between voluntary and involuntary influences over the focus of attention in visual working memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 36(5): 815–827. [link]
  • van Ede F, Nobre AC. (2024). A neural decision signal during internal sampling from working memory in humans. Journal of Neuroscience, 44(19), e1475232024. [link]
  • de Vries E, van Ede F. (2024). Microsaccades track location-based object rehearsal in visual working memory. eNeuro, 11(1), ENEURO.0276-23.2023. [link] [dataset]
  • Gresch D, Boettcher SEP, van Ede F, Nobre AC. (2024). Shifting attention between perception and working memory. Cognition, 245, 105731. [link] [dataset]

 

2023

  • van Ede F, Nobre AC. (2023). Turning attention inside out: how working memory serves behavior. Annual Review of Psychology, 74, 137–165. [Review] [link]
  • Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2023). Attention in flux. Neuron, 111(7), 971-986. [Review] [link]
  • Nasrawi R, Boettcher SEP, van Ede F. (2023). Prospection of potential actions during visual working memory starts early, is flexible, and predicts behavior. Journal of Neuroscience, 43(49), 8515-8524. [link] [dataset]
  • Liu B, Alexopoulou SZ, van Ede F. (2023). Jointly looking to the past and the future in visual working memory. eLife, 12, RP90874. [link]
  • van Ede F. (2023). Do microsaccades track shifting but not sustaining covert attention? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (35), e2309431120. [Spotlight] [link]
  • de Vries E, Fejer G, van Ede F. (2023). No obligatory trade-off between the use of space and time for working memory. Communications Psychology, 1, 41. [link] [dataset]
  • Chawoush B, Draschkow D, van Ede F. (2023). Capacity and selection in immersive visual working memory following naturalistic object disappearance. Journal of Vision, 23(8):9, 1–13. [link] [dataset]
  • Liu B, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2023). Microsaccades transiently lateralise EEG alpha activity. Progress in Neurobiology, 224, 102433. [link]
  • Thom JL, Nobre AC, van Ede F*, Draschkow D*. (2023). Heading direction tracks internally directed selective attention in visual working memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 35(5), 856–868. [link]
  • Hajonides, J, van Ede F, Stokes MG, Nobre AC, Myers NE. (2023). Multiple and dissociable effects of sensory history on working-memory performance. Journal of Neuroscience, 43(15), 2730-2740. [link] [dataset]

 

2022

  • Draschkow D, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2022). Multiple spatial frames for immersive working memory. Nature Human Behaviour, 6, 536–544. [link] [dataset]
  • Liu B, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2022). Functional but not obligatory link between microsaccades and neural modulation by covert spatial attention. Nature Communications, 13, 3503. [link]
  • Nasrawi R, van Ede F. (2022). Planning the potential future during multi-item visual working memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 34(8), 1-13. [link]
  • Gresch D, Boettcher SEP, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2022). Consequences of predictable temporal structure in multi-task situations. Cognition, 225, 105156. [link] [dataset]
  • Echeverria-Altuna I, Quinn AJ, Zokaei N, Woolrich MW, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2022). Transient beta activity and cortico-muscular connectivity during sustained motor behaviour. Progress in Neurobiology, 214, 102281. [link]
  • Chen YT, van Ede F, Kuo BC. (2022). Alpha oscillations track content-specific working memory capacity. Journal of Neuroscience, 42(38), 7285-7293. [link]
  • Pike AC, Atherton K, Bauer Y, Crittenden BM, van Ede F, Hall-McMaster S, von Lautz AH, Muhle-Karbe P, Murray AM, Myers N, Printzlau F, Salaris I, Spaak E, Tankelevitch L, Trübutschek D, Wasmuht D, Noonan MP. (2022). 10 simple rules for a supportive lab environment. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 35(1), 44-48. [link]

 

2021

  • van Ede F, Deden J, Nobre AC. (2021). Looking ahead in working memory to guide sequential behaviour. Current Biology, 31(12), R779-R780. [link] [dataset]

  • Boettcher SEP*, Gresch D*, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2021). Output planning at the input stage in visual working memory. Science Advances, 7(13), eabe8212. [link] [dataset]

  • van Ede F, Nobre AC. (2021). Toward a neurobiology of internal selective attention. Trends in Neurosciences, 44(7), 513-515. [Spotlight] [link]
  • Shalev N, van Ede F. (2021). About time: modelling dynamic voluntary attention. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 25(10), 821-822. [Spotlight] [link]

  • Gresch D, Boettcher SEP, van Ede F*, Nobre AC*. (2021). Shielding working-memory representations from temporally predictable external interference. Cognition, 217, 104915. [link] [dataset]

  • Hajonides JE, Nobre AC, van Ede F*, Stokes MG*. (2021). Decoding visual colour from scalp electroencephalography measurements. NeuroImage, 237, 118030. [link] [dataset]

  • Zokaei N, Quinn AJ, Hu MT, Husain M, van Ede F*, Nobre AC*. (2021). Reduced cortico-muscular beta coupling in Parkinson’s disease predicts motor impairment. Brain Communications, 3(3), fcab179. [link]

  • Bauer AKR, van Ede F, Quinn AJ, Nobre AC. (2021). Rhythmic modulation of visual perception by continuous rhythmic auditory stimulation. Journal of Neuroscience, 41(33), 7065-7075. [link]

 

2020

  • van Ede F, Board AG, Nobre AC. (2020). Goal-directed and stimulus-driven selection of internal representations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(39), 24590-24598. [link] [dataset]

  • van Ede F, Rohenkohl G, Gould I, Nobre AC. (2020). Purpose-dependent consequences of temporal expectations serving perception and action. Journal of Neuroscience, 40(41), 7877-7886. [link]

  • van Ede F. (2020). Visual working memory and action: functional links and bi-directional influences. Visual Cognition, 28(5-8), 401-413. [Review] [link]

  • Jin W, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2020). Temporal expectations prepare visual working memory for behaviour. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 32(12), 2320-2332. [link]

  • Boettcher SEP, Stokes MG, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2020). One thing leads to another: anticipating visual object identity based on associative-memory templates. Journal of Neuroscience, 40, 4010-4020. [link]

  • Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2020). Under the mind’s hood: what we have learned by watching the brain at work. Journal of Neuroscience, 40, 89-100. [Historical Review] [link]

  • Heideman SG, Quinn AJ, Woolrich, MW, van Ede F*, Nobre AC*. (2020). Dissecting beta-state changes during timed movement preparation in Parkinson’s disease. Progress in Neurobiology, 184, 101731. [link]

  • Boettcher SEP, van Ede F, Nobre AC. (2020). Functional biases in attentional templates from associative memory. Journal of Vision, 20(13):7, 1-10. [link] [dataset]

  • Hajonides JE, van Ede F, Stokes MG, Nobre AC. (2020). Comparing the prioritisation of items and feature-dimensions in visual working memory. Journal of Vision, 20(8):25, 1-12. [link]

 

2019

  • van Ede F, Chekroud SR, Stokes MG, Nobre AC. (2019). Concurrent visual and motor selection during visual working memory guided action. Nature Neuroscience, 22, 477-483. [link] [dataset]
  • van Ede F, Chekroud SR, Nobre AC. (2019). Human gaze tracks attentional focusing in memorized visual space. Nature Human Behaviour, 3, 462-470. [link] [dataset]
  • Shalev N, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2019). Time for what? Breaking down temporal anticipation. Trends in Neurosciences, 42, 373-374. [Spotlight] [link]
  • Doherty B, van Ede F, Nobre AC, Scerif G. (2019). The functional consequences of social attention for memory-guided attention orienting and anticipatory neural dynamics. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 31(5), 686-698. [link]

  • Quinn AJ, van Ede F, Brookes MJ, Heideman SG, Nowak M, Seedat ZA, Vidaurre D, Zich C, Nobre AC, Woolrich MW (2019). Unpacking transient event dynamics in electrophysiological power spectra. Brain Topography, 32, 1020-1034. [link]

  • Meyer, M, Endedijk HM, van Ede F, Hunnius S. (2019). Theta oscillations in 4-year-olds are sensitive to task engagement and task demands. Scientific Reports, 9, 6049. [link]

 

2018

  • Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2018). Anticipated moments: temporal structure in attention. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 19(1), 34-48. [Review] [link]

  • van Ede F, Chekroud SR, Stokes MG, Nobre AC. (2018). Decoding the influence of anticipatory states on visual perception in the presence of temporal distractors. Nature Communications, 9, 1449. [link] [dataset]

  • van Ede F, Quinn AJ, Woolrich MW, Nobre AC. (2018). Neural oscillations: sustained rhythms or transient burst-events? Trends in Neurosciences, 41, 415-417. [Forum article] [link]

  • van Ede F. (2018). Mnemonic and attentional roles for states of attenuated alpha oscillations in perceptual working memory: a review. European Journal of Neuroscience, 48(2), 2509-2515. [Review] [link]

  • Heideman S, Rohenkohl G, Chauvin JJ, Palmer CE, van Ede F*, Nobre AC*. (2018). Anticipatory neural dynamics of spatial-temporal orienting of attention in younger and older adults. NeuroImage, 178, 45-56. [link]

  • Heideman SG, van Ede F*, Nobre AC*. (2018). Temporal alignment of anticipatory motor cortical beta lateralisation in hidden visual-motor sequences. European Journal of Neuroscience, 48(8), 2684-2695. [link]

  • Proudfoot M, van Ede F, Quinn A, Colclough GL, Wuu J, Talbot K, Benatar M, Woolrich MW, Nobre AC, Turner MR. (2018). Impaired corticomuscular and interhemispheric cortical beta oscillation coupling in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Clinical Neurophysiology, 129, 1479-1489. [link]

 

2017

  • van Ede F, Niklaus M, Nobre AC. (2017). Temporal expectations guide dynamic prioritization in visual working memory through attenuated alpha oscillations. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(2), 437-445. [link]

  • Niklaus M, Nobre AC, van Ede F. (2017). Feature-based attentional weighting and spreading in visual working memory. Scientific Reports, 7, 42384. [link]

  • van Ede F, Jensen O, Maris E. (2017). Supramodal theta, gamma, and sustained fields predict modality-specific modulations of alpha and beta oscillations during visual and tactile working memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 29(8), 1455-1472. [link]

  • Wildegger T*, van Ede F*, Woolrich MW, Gillebert CR, Nobre AC. (2017). Preparatory alpha-band oscillations reflect spatial gating independently of predictions regarding target identity. Journal of Neurophysiology, 117(3), 1385-1394. [link]

  • Heideman SG, van Ede F, Nobre AC. (2017). Early behavioural facilitation by temporal expectations in complex visual-motor sequences. Neuroscience, 389, 74-84. [link]

  • Nowak M, Hinson E, van Ede F, Pogosyan A, Guerra A, Quinn A, Brown P, Stagg C. (2017). Driving human motor cortical oscillations leads to behaviourally relevant changes in local GABAA inhibition: a tACS-TMS Study. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(17), 4481-4492. [link]

  • Silva Pereira S, Hindriks R, Mühlberg S, Maris E, van Ede F, Griffa A, Hagmann P, Deco G. (2017). Effect of field spread on resting-state MEG functional network analysis: a computational modelling study. Brain Connectivity, 7(9), 541-557. [link]

 

2016

  • van Ede F, Maris E. (2016). Physiological plausibility can increase reproducibility in cognitive neuroscience. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 20(8), 567–569. [Forum article] [link]

  • Maris E, Fries P, van Ede F. (2016). Diverse phase relations among neuronal rhythms and their potential function. Trends in Neurosciences, 39(2), 86-99. [Review] [link]

  • Fransen A, Dimitriadis G, van Ede F, Maris E. (2016). Distinct alpha and beta band rhythms over rat somatosensory cortex with similar properties as in humans. Journal of Neurophysiology, 115(6), 3030-3044. [link]

  • van der Meij, van Ede F, Maris E. (2016). Rhythmic components in extracranial brain signals reveal multifaceted task modulation of overlapping neuronal activity. PLoS ONE, 11(6), e0154881. [link]

 

2015

  • van Ede F, van Doren TI, Damhuis J, de Lange FP, Maris E. (2015). Movement preparation improves touch perception without awareness. Cognition, 137, 189-195. [link]

  • van Ede F, Winner T, Maris E. (2015). Touch automatically upregulates motor readiness in humans. Journal of Neurophysiology, 114 (6), 3121–3130. [link]

  • van Ede F, van Pelt S, Fries P, Maris E. (2015). Both ongoing alpha and visually-induced gamma oscillations show reliable diversity in their across-site phase-relations. Journal of Neurophysiology, 113(5), 1556-1563. [link]

  • Fransen A, van Ede F, Maris E. (2015). Identifying neuronal oscillations using rhythmicity. NeuroImage, 118, 256–26. [link]

  • Todorovic A, Schoffelen JM, van Ede F, Maris E, de Lange FP. (2015). Temporal expectation and attention jointly modulate auditory oscillatory activity in the beta band. PLoS ONE, 10(3), e0120288. [link]

 

2014

  • van Ede F, Szebényi S, Maris E. (2014). Attentional modulations of somatosensory alpha, beta and gamma oscillations dissociate between anticipation and stimulus processing. NeuroImage, 97, 134-141. [link]

  • van Ede F, de Lange FP, Maris E. (2014). Anticipation increases tactile stimulus processing in the ipsilateral primary somatosensory cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 24(10), 2562-2571. [link]

  • van Ede F. (2014). Preparing for perception: on the attentional modulation, perceptual relevance and physiology of oscillatory neural activity. Donders Series, 145. [Doctoral thesis] [link]

 

2010-2013

  • van Ede F, Maris E. (2013). Somatosensory demands modulate muscular beta oscillations independent of motor demands. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(26), 10849-10857. [link]

  • 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(30), 10408-10412. [link]

  • van Ede F, Köster M, Maris E. (2012). Beyond establishing involvement: quantifying the contribution of anticipatory alpha- and beta-band suppression to perceptual improvement with attention. Journal of Neurophysiology, 108(9), 2352-2362. [link] [dataset available]

  • van Ede F, de Lange, FP, Jensen O, 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(6), 2016-2024. [link]

  • Todorovic A, van Ede F, Maris E, de Lange FP. (2011). Prior expectation mediates neural adaptation to repeated sounds in the auditory cortex: an MEG study. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(25), 9118-9123. [link]
  • Meyer M, Hunnius S, van Elk M, van Ede F, Bekkering H. (2011). Joint action modulates motor system involvement during action observation in 3-year-olds. Experimental Brain Research, 211(3-4), 581-592. [link]

  • van Ede F, Jensen O, Maris E. (2010). Tactile expectation modulates pre-stimulus β-band oscillations in human sensorimotor cortex. NeuroImage, 51(2), 867-876. [link]