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Dr. J.G. (Jasper) Wijnen

Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Informatiemanagement FMG
Photographer: onbekend

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 129
  • Room number: LS20
Postal address
  • Postbus 15941
    1001 NK Amsterdam
Contact details
  • Profile

    Jasper G. Wijnen completed his PhD on selective inhibition in adaptive oculomotor control at the department of developmental psychology and works as a research consultant and programmer at the technical support psychology (TOP) department.

    Expertises include:

    -Cognitive control and selective inhibition

    -EEG and eyetracking

    -Reaction-time measurements and analysis of RT distributions

    -Programming and delivery of stimuli, hardware interfacing


    Proefschrift:  The role of selective inhibition in adaptive oculomotor control  (April. 2009).   

     Wijnen, J.G.,

     & Ridderinkhof, K.R. (2009). Contextual modulation of oculomotor control reflected in N2 and saccade reaction time distributions. 

    Psychophysiology, 46(5)

     Wijnen, J.G.  & Ridderinkhof. K.R. (2007). Response inhibition in motor and oculomotor conflict tasks: Different mechanisms, different dynamics?  Brain & Cognition, 63  . 

    Harsay, H.A., Buitenweg, J.I.,  Wijnen, J.G. , Guerreiro, M.J., Ridderinkhof, K.R. (2010).  Remedial effects of motivationa l incentive on declining cognitive control in healthy aging and Parkinson's disease.  Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, Special Issue Interventions for aging brains and minds2 ( 144) .  

    Ridderinkhof, K.R., Ramautar, J.R. &  Wijnen, J.G.  (2009). To PE or not to PE: a P3-like ERP component reflecting the processing of response errors.  Psychophysiology, 46(3)

    Ridderinkhof, K.R., van den Wildenberg, W.P.M.,  Wijnen, J.G.  & Burle, B. (2004b). Response inhibition in conflict tasks is revealed in delta plots. In M. Posner (Ed.),  Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention (pp. 369-377). New York: Guilford Press. 
    Ridderinkhof, K.R. &  Wijnen, J.G.  (2011).  More than meets the eye: Age differences in the capture and suppression of oculomotor action. Frontiers in Psychology.        

    van der Stigchel, S., Belopolsky, A.V., Peters, J.C.,  Wijnen, J.G. , Meeter, M., & Theeuwes, J. (2009). The limits of top-down control of visual attention.  Acta Psychologica, 132(3)

    Tieges Z., Snel J. Kok A.,  Wijnen J.G. , Lorist M.M. & Ridderinkhof K.R. (2006). Caffeine improves anticipatory processes in task switching.  Biological Psychology, 73(2)

    Winkel, J.,  Wijnen, J.G. , Ridderinkhof, K.R., Groen, I.I.A., Derrfuss, J., Danielmeier, C., & Forstmann, B.U. (2009). Your Conflict Matters to Me! Behavioral and Neural Manifestations of Control Adjustment After Self-Experienced and Observed Decision-Conflict.  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 3(57).       

    Winkel, J.,  Wijnen, J.G. , Danielmeier, C., Groen, I.I.A., Derrfuss, J., Ridderinkhof, K.R., & Forstmann, B.U. (2011). Observed and self-experienced conflict induce similar behavioral and neural adaptation. Social Neuroscience.

    Zanolie, K., van Dantzig, S., Boot, I.,  Wijnen, J.G.,  Schubert, T.W., Giessner, S.R. & Pecher, D. (2011).  Mighty Metaphors: Behavioral and ERP Evidence That Power Shifts Attention on a Vertical Dimension.  Brain and Cognition         

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