Publicaties met (oud-)RIDDL-medewerkers als eerste auteur, gesorteerd op datum, van de afgelopen vijf jaar


Oomen, D., El Kaddouri, R., Brass, M. & Wiersema, J.R. Neural correlates of own name and own face processing in neurotypical adults scoring low versus high on symptomatology of autism spectrum disorder. BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY.

Oomen, D., Cracco, E., Brass, M. & Wiersema, J.R. EEG frequency tagging evidence of social interaction recognition. SOCIAL COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE NEUROSCIENCE.

Zhang, F., Gervain, J., & Roeyers, H. Developmental changes in the brain response to speech during the first year of life : a near-infrared spectroscopy study of dutch-learning infants. INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT.

Zhang, F., Moerman, F., Niu, H., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. Atypical brain network development of infants at elevated likelihood for autism spectrum disorder during the first year of life. AUTISM RESEARCH.

Boterberg, S., Vantroys, E., De Paepe, B, Van Coster, R., & Roeyers, H. Urine lactate concentration as a non-invasive screener for metabolic abnormalities : findings in children with autism spectrum disorder and regression. PLOS ONE.

Boterberg, S., Zanatta, A., Moerman, F., Schaubroeck, S., Siew, J., De Schryver, M., & Roeyers, H. The impact of COVID-19 measures on parent-reported restricted and repetitive behaviours in pre-school children with autism. HELIYON.


Amodeo, L., Wiersema, J.R., Brass, M., & Nijhof, A.D. A comparison of self-bias measures across cognitive domains. BMC PSYCHOLOGY.

Piatti, A., Van der Paelt, S., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. Atypical attention to voice in toddlers and pre-schoolers with autism spectrum disorder is related to unimpaired cognitive abilities: an ERP study. RESEARCH IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS.

Drescher, L., Böhler, N., & Wiersema, J.R. State regulation in adults scoring high versus low on ADHD symptomatology: a pupillometry study. NEUROPSYCHOLOGY.

Sivaraman, M., Virues-Ortega, J., & Roeyers, H. Telehealth mask wearing training for children with autism during the COVID-19 pandemic. JOURNAL OF APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS. 54(1). p.70-86

Oomen, D., Nijhof, A.D., & Wiersema, J.R. The psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on adults with autism : a survey study across three countries. MOLECULAR AUTISM. 12(1).

Bruyneel, E., Demurie, E., Boterberg, S., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. Validation of the Language ENvironment Analysis (LENA) system for Dutch. JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE. p.1-27

Vermeirsch, J., Verhaeghe, L., Casaer, A., Faes, F., Oostra, A., & Roeyers H. Diagnosing autism spectrum disorder in toddlers born very preterm : estimated prevalence and usefulness of screeners and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS). JOURNAL OF AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS. 51(5). p.1508-1527

Canu, D., Van der Paelt, S., Canal-Bedia, R., Posada, M., Vanvuchelen, M., & Roeyers, H. Early non-social behavioural indicators of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in siblings at elevated likelihood for ASD : a systematic review. EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY. 30. p.497-538

Sivaraman, M., Virues-Ortega, J., & Roeyers, H.. Social referencing skills in children with autism spectrum disorder: a systematic review. RESEARCH IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS. 72.

Vlaeminck, F., Vermeirsch, J., Verhaeghe, L., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. Predicting cognitive development and early symptoms of autism spectrum disorder in preterm children: the value of temperament and sensory processing. INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT. 59.


Baten, E., Vansteenkiste, M., De Muynck, G.-J., De Poortere, E., & Desoete, A. How can the blow of math difficulty on elementary school children’s motivational, cognitive, and affective experiences be dampened? : The critical role of autonomy-supportive instructions. JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY. 112(8). p.1490-1505

Sidlauskaite, J., Dhar, M., Barke, E., & Wiersema, J.R. Altered proactive control in adults with ADHD : evidence from event-related potentials during cued task switching. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA. 138.

El Kaddouri, R., Bardi, L., De Bremaeker, D., Brass, M., & Wiersema, J.R. Measuring spontaneous mentalizing with a ball detection task : putting the attention-check hypothesis by Phillips and colleagues (2015) to the test. PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH-PSYCHOLOGISCHE FORSCHUNG. 84(6). p.1749-1757

Arslan, M., Warreyn, P., Dewaele, N., Wiersema, J.R., Demurie, E., & Roeyers, H. Development of neural responses to hearing their own name in infants at low and high risk for autism spectrum disorder. DEVELOPMENTAL COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE. 41.


Boterberg, S., Van Coster, R., & Roeyers, H. Characteristics, early development and outcome of parent-reported regression in autism spectrum disorder. JOURNAL OF AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS. 49(11). p.4603-4625

Boterberg, S., Charman, T., Marschik, P.B., Bolte, S., & Roeyers, H. Regression in autism spectrum disorder: a critical overview of retrospective findings and recommendations for future research. NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS. 102. p.24-55

Desoete, A., & De Craene, B. Metacognition and mathematics education: an overview. ZDM-MATHEMATICS EDUCATION. 51(4). p.565-575

Desoete, A. Dyscalculia : early predictors and practical recommendations. PEDIATRIC DIMENSIONS. 4(1).

Baten, E., & Desoete, A. Metacognition and motivation in school-aged children with and without mathematical learning disabilities in Flanders. ZDM-MATHEMATICS EDUCATION. 51(4). p.679-689

Desoete, A., Baten, E., Vercaemst, V., De Busschere, A., Baudonck, M., & Vanhaeke, J. Metacognition and motivation as predictors for mathematics performance of Belgian elementary school children. ZDM-MATHEMATICS EDUCATION. 51(4). p.667-677

Zhang, F., & Roeyers, H. Exploring brain functions in autism spectrum disorder: a systematic review on functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) studies. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY. 137. p.41-53

Bruyneel, E., Demurie, E., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. The mediating role of joint attention in the relationship between motor skills and receptive and expressive language in siblings at risk for autism spectrum disorder. INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT. 57.

Bruyneel, E., Demurie, E., Zink, I., Warreyn, P., & Roeyers, H. Exploring receptive and expressive language components at the age of 36 months in siblings at risk for autism spectrum disorder. RESEARCH IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS. 66.

Bruyneel, E., Demurie, E., Warreyn, P., Beyers, W., Boterberg, S., Bontinck, C., Dewaele, N., & Roeyers, H. Language growth in very young siblings at risk for autism spectrum disorder. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS. 54(6). p.940-953


Nijhof, A.D., Bardi, L., Brass, M., & Wiersema, J.R. Brain activity for spontaneous and explicit mentalizing in adults with autism spectrum disorder : an fMRI study. NEUROIMAGE-CLINICAL. 18. p.475-484

Wiersema, J.R., & Godefroid, E. Interoceptive awareness in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. PLOS ONE. 13(10).

Nijhof, A.D., Dhar, M., Goris, J., Brass, M., & Wiersema, J.R. Atypical neural responding to hearing one’s own name in adults with ASD. JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY. 127(1). p.129-138

Bontinck, C., Warreyn, P., Meirsschaut, M., & Roeyers, H. Parent-child interaction in children with autism spectrum disorder and their siblings : choosing a coding strategy. JOURNAL OF CHILD AND FAMILY STUDIES. 27(1). p.91-102

Bontinck, C., Warreyn, P., Van der Paelt, S., Demurie, E., & Roeyers, H. The early development of infant siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder : characteristics of sibling interactions. PLOS ONE. 13(3).

Bontinck, C., Warreyn, P., Demurie, E., Bruyneel, E., Boterberg, S., & Roeyers, H. Social interactions between 24-month-old children and their older sibling with autism spectrum disorder : characteristics and association with social-communicative development. JOURNAL OF AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS. 48(12). p.4118-4137

Baten, E., & Desoete, A. Mathematical (dis)abilities within the opportunity-propensity model : the choice of math test matters. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY. 9.


Desoete, A. Dyscalculia : whats in a name? JOURNAL OF SCIENCE. 1(4). p.107-108

Desoete, A., & Baten, E. Indicators for a specific learning disorder in mathematics or dyscalculia in toddlers and in kindergarten children. BEGLIAN JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRICS. 19(2). p.122-124

Ceulemans, A., Baten, E., Loeys, T., Hoppenbrouwers, K., Titeca, D., Rousseau, S., & Desoete, A. The relative importance of parental numerical opportunities, prerequisite knowledge and parent involvement as predictors for early math achievement in young children. INTERDISCIPLINARY EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY. 1(1).

Baten, E., Praet, M., & Desoete, A. The relevance and efficacy of metacognition for instructional design in the domain of mathematics. ZDM-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON MATHEMATICS EDUCATION. 49(4). p.613-623

Godefroid, E., & Wiersema, J.R. Impaired processing of task-irrelevant salient information in adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder : evidence from event-related potentials. JOURNAL OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY. 126(1). p.52-62

Samyn, V., Roeyers, H., Bijttebier, P., & Wiersema, J.R. Attentional networks in boys with ADHD or autism spectrum disorder and the Relationship with effortful control. JOURNAL OF ATTENTION DISORDERS. 21(3). p.228-239

Van Cauwenberge, V., Van Leeuwen, K., Hoppenbrouwers, K., & Wiersema, J.R. Developmental changes in neural correlates of cognitive reappraisal : an ERP study using the late positive potential. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA. 95. p.94-100

Van Cauwenberge, V., Barke, E., Hoppenbrouwers, K., Van Leeuwen, K., & Wiersema, J.R. Regulation of emotion in ADHD : can children with ADHD override the natural tendency to approach positive and avoid negative pictures? JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION. 124(3). p.397-406

Nijhof, A.D., Brass, M., & Wiersema, J.R. Spontaneous mentalizing in neurotypicals scoring high versus low on symptomatology of autism spectrum disorder. PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH. 258. p.15-20

Van Cauwenberge, V., El Kaddouri, R., Hoppenbrouwers, K., & Wiersema, J.R. To make a molehill out of a mountain : an ERP-study on cognitive reappraisal of negative pictures in children with and without ADHD. CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY. 128(4). p.529-537

Titeca, D., Roeyers, H., & Desoete, A. Early numerical competencies in 4- and 5-year-old children with autism spectrum disorder. FOCUS ON AUTISM AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. 32(4). p.279-292