Presented

Nicolas Dirix
Reading in a second language: An eyetracking study.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 31, 2018

Emiel Cracco
The multi-actor mirror neuron system: Can the human brain represent multiple actions simultaneously?
Doctoral dissertation presented May 8, 2018

Wouter Broos
Speech monitoring in the second language.
Doctoral dissertation presented March 5, 2018

Eowyn Van de Putte
The representation of language in bilinguals: Neural overlap as a function of modality, representational level, language proficiency and context.
Doctoral dissertation presented January 30, 2018

Kerensa tiberghien
Cognitive control processes as determinant of arithmetic skill.
Doctoral dissertation presented December 4, 2017

Martyn Teuchies
Interactions of conscious and unconscious processes in decision making.
Doctoral dissertation presented November 16, 2017

Carsten Bundt
Activation and modulation of automatic response tendencies.
Doctoral dissertation presented October 25, 2017

Muhammet Ikbal Sahan
Selection mechanisms in working memory: a neurocognitive approach.
Doctoral dissertation presented October 2, 2017

Klaas Bombeke

Early sensory attention and pupil size in cognitive control: an EEG approach.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 21, 2017

Maya De Belder
Coding serial position in working memory in the healthy and demented brain.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 12, 2017

Zachary Langford
The role of attention and motivation in proactive cognitive control processes.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 22, 2017

Michel Quak
The influence of auditory and contextual representations on visual working memory.
Doctoral dissertation presented February 3, 2017

Clio Janssens
The time course of cognitive control: behavioral and EEG studies.
Doctoral dissertation presented January 30, 2017

Joris Van de Cavey
Syntax across domains: overlap in global and local structure processing
Doctoral dissertation presented September 19, 2016

Esther De Loof
The impact of prediction errors on perception and learning
Doctoral dissertation presented September 12, 2016

Maarten Plessers
A prospective comparison of perioperative embolization and neuropsychological outcome in patients with carotid stenosis treated by carotid endarterectomy versus carotid stenting with distal filter protection or flow reversal.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 20, 2016

Pawel Mandera
Psycholinguistics on a large scale: combining text corpora, megastudies, and distributional semantics to investigate human language processing.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 17, 2016

 Eliane Deschrijver
Self-other distinction based on motor and tactile processes in the autism spectrum.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 4, 2016

Liesbet Van der Borght
Behavioural and electrophysiological support for decreased visual processing following errors.
Doctoral dissertation presented November 13, 2015

Hanna Gauvin 
Verbal monitoring in production and perception: a cognitive neuroscience approach.
Doctoral dissertation presented October 2, 2015

Hanne Schevernels
Motivational and neuromodulatory influences on proactive and reactive cognitive control.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 22, 2015

Uschi Cop 
Reading in a second language: A corpus study.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 15, 2015

Paul Muhle-Karbe 
Decomposing cognitive flexibility within frontoparietal cortex.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 10, 2015

Louisa Bogaerts
The involvement of serial-order memory in reading disability.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 9, 2015

Evy Woumans
Effects of bilingualism on cognition.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 13, 2015

Maggie Lynn
Volition: From self-control to agency.
Doctoral dissertation presented January 19, 2015

Lize De Coster
The influence of mimicry on empathy for pain.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 29, 2014

Ark Verma
Lateralization of cognitive functions: The visual half-field task revisited.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 25, 2014

Eliana Vassena
The motivational brain: Neural encoding of reward and effort in goal-directed behavior.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 22, 2014

Marlies van Bochove
The effect of neuromodulators on cognitive control.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 15, 2014

Maaike Callens
Dyslexia in higher education.
Doctoral dissertation presented November 4, 2013

Nele Verreyt
The underlying mechanism of selective and differential recovery in bilingual aphasia.
Doctoral dissertation presented October 3, 2013

Anand Ramamoorthy
Hebbian learning and cognitive control: Modeling and empirical studies.
Doctoral dissertation presented September 30, 2013

Femke Houtman
Error monitoring: support for an orienting account.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 24, 2013

Wout Duthoo
Reactive and proactive cognitive control.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 12, 2013

Senne Braem
Conflict monitoring and reinforcement learning.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 12, 2013

Nathalie Schouppe
The affective value of cognitive conflict and its role in decision-making.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 11, 2013

Evelyne Lagrou
Auditory word recognition by bilinguals.
Doctoral dissertation presented December 21, 2012

Lise Van der Haegen
Visual word recognition in the fovea.
Doctoral dissertation presented November 29, 2012

Maaike Loncke
The role of executive control in sentence processing.
Doctoral dissertation presented October 25, 2012

Jonne Oldenburg
Unity and diversity in the neural basis of inhibition.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 28, 2012

Wim Tops
Dyslexia in higher education: research in assessment, writing skills, and metacognition.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 19, 2012

Charlotte Desmet
Error processing beyond the response level.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 24, 2012

Elisah D'Hooge
Lexical selection in word production: An evaluation of the response exclusion account.
Doctoral dissertation presented February 14, 2012

Egbert Hartstra (2011)
The neural correlates and functional mechanisms of transforming verbal instructions into efficient behavior.
Doctoral dissertation presented November 22, 2011

Elena Patricia Nuñez Castellar (2011)
Decision making in interpersonal situations: cooperation and competition.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 27, 2011

Björn Van Loy (2010)
Cognitive control in task switching: behavioral and electrophysiological indicators of dissociation between cue-based and task-based processing
Doctoral dissertation presented July 2, 2010

Seppe Santens (2010)
Brain and cognitive systems of number processing.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 27, 2010

Qi Chen (2010)
Number and space in parietal cortex.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 25, 2010

Freja Gheysen (2010)
The neural substrates underlying implicit motor sequence learning: an investigation using fMRI.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 18, 2010

Jelle Demanet (2010)
Role of endogenous and exogenous factors in voluntary task switching.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 17, 2010

Kimberley Vandamme (2010)
Electrophysiological markers of cognitive control in the coordination of tasks.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 10, 2010

Jean-Philippe van Dijck (2009)
The cognitive mechanisms of spatial-numerical associations.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 16, 2009

Eva Van Assche (2009)
Bilingual word recognition in sentence context.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 4, 2009

Sofie Schoonbaert (2008)
Language representation and processes in bilingual memory.
Doctoral dissertation presented May 30, 2008

Sarah Bernolet (2008)
Lexical-syntactic representations in bilingual sentence production.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 25, 2008

Els Severens (2008)
Was there an error? Self-monitoring and language comprehension.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 24, 2008

Chantal Roggeman (2008)
Processing of quantitative information, investigated with fMRI.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 24, 2008

Filip Van Opstal (2008)
Similarities and differences in judgements in numerical and non-numerical domains.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 22, 2008

Jo Lien De Brauwer (2007)
The representations of arithmetic fact knowledge in memory and their development.
Doctoral dissertation presented November 20, 2007

Michaël Stevens (2007)
Perceptual adaptation to phonological differences between language varieties.
Doctoral dissertation presented October 15, 2007

Ineke Imbo (2007)
Strategy selection and strategy effiency in mental arithmetic.
Doctoral dissertation presented March 15, 2007

Baptist Liefooghe (2006)
Cooperation of working memory and long-term memory during task-switching.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 28, 2006

Wim Gevers (2006)
The spatial nature of the mental representation with numbers.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 20, 2006

Jan Lammertyn (2006)
Irrelevant information processing: Inquiry into the validity of a neural-based overlap model.
Doctoral dissertation presented March 16, 2006

Frederick Verbruggen (2005)
The relation between stop signal inhibition and other forms of inhibition: a search for common mechanisms.
Doctoral dissertation presented December 20, 2005

Arnaud Szmalec (2005)
Fractioning the central executive system on the basis of functional differences: a behavioural approach to the separability of executive functions.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 28, 2005

Maud Deschuyteneer (2005)
Experimental and differential-psychological study of the involvement of executive processes in mental calculation.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 14, 2005

Denis Drieghe (2005)
Eye movements in sentence reading.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 12, 2005

Wouter Duyck (2004)
Lexical and semantic organization in bilinguals.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 20, 2004

Vicky Franssen (2003)
The role of attention and memory on the estimation of time intervals.
Doctoral dissertation presented March 7, 2003

Timothy Desmet (2003)
The role of non-structural constraints in syntactic ambiguity resolution.
Doctoral dissertation presented January 21, 2003

Stijn De Rammelaere (2003)
The role of working memory in mental arithmetic.
Doctoral dissertation presented January 17, 2003

Mandy Ghyselinck (2002)
Age of Acquisition as an organizing variable of the semantic system
Doctoral dissertation presented September 26, 2002

Wendy De Moor (2002)
Age-of-Acquisition effects in visual word recognition: a lexical variable?
Doctoral dissertation presented June 7, 2002

Bernie Caessens (2002)
The organisation and control of intentional acts: representing delayed actions

Elie Ratinckx (2002)
Bilateral field interactions and hemispheric lateralization in number processing.
Doctoral dissertation presented March 7, 2002

Bert Reynvoet (2002)
The semantic organisation of numbers examined with the priming paradigm.
Doctoral dissertation presented January 17, 2002

Vicky Dierckx (2001)
Differences in strategy and representation in temporal reasoning
Doctoral dissertation presented November 30, 2001

Els Stuyven (2000)
Saccadic eye movement and dual-task interference: elaboration and application of a method of research for studying interference with reflexive and voluntary saccades.
Doctoral dissertation presented June 23, 2000

Eva Kemps (2000)
Characteristics of visuo-spatial working memory: effects of visual similarity and complexity.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 28, 2000

Koen Van der Goten (1999)
Towards an explanation of intra-trial stimulus-response compatibility effects.
Doctoral dissertation presented December 10, 1999

Yves Rosseel (1998)
Categorization as probability density estimation: statistical and computational models of categorization and category learning.
Doctoral dissertation presented April 24, 1998