Nienke van Atteveldt



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n.m.van.atteveldt@vu.nl
faculteit der gedrags- en bewegingswetenschappen ( sectie ontwikkelingspsychologie )
Assistant Professor

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Publications

- Ten Oever S, van Atteveldt N*, Sack AT.* (2015) “Increased Stimulus Expectancy Triggers Low-frequency Phase Reset during Restricted Vigilance” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. May 5:1-12. *These authors share equal contribution 

- Holloway I.*, van Atteveldt N.*, Blomert L., Ansari D. (2015) “Orthographic dependency in the neural correlates of reading: Evidence from audiovisual integration in English readers”. Cerebral Cortex. 2015 Jun;25(6):1544-53.*These authors share equal contribution

- van Atteveldt N, Murray MM, Thut G, Schroeder C. (2014) "Multisensory integration: flexible use of general mechanisms". Neuron, 81 (6): 1240-1253

- van Atteveldt NM, van Aalderen-Smeets SI, Jacobi C, Ruigrok N. (2014) “Media reporting of neuroscience depends on timing, topic and newspaper type”. PLoS One. Aug 12;9(8):e104780.

- van Atteveldt NM, van Aalderen-Smeets SI, Jacobi C, Ruigrok N. (2014) “Hoe schrijven Nederlandse kranten over hersenonderzoek?” Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 158: A8324.

- Ten Oever S, Schroeder CE, Poeppel D, van Atteveldt N, Zion-Golumbic E. (2014) “Rhythmicity and cross-modal temporal cues facilitate detection”. Neuropsychologia. Aug 13; 63:43-50.

- van Atteveldt N & Ansari D. (2014) "How symbols transform brain function: a review in memory of Leo Blomert", Trends in Neuroscience and Education; 3 (2): 44-49.

- van Atteveldt N., Peterson B., Schroeder C. (2014) “Contextual control of audiovisual integration in low-level sensory cortices”. Human Brain Mapping, 35(5):2394-411.

- Ten Oever S, Sack AT, Wheat KL, Bien N, van Atteveldt N (2013) Audio-visual onset differences are used to determine syllable identity for ambiguous audio-visual stimulus pairs. Front Psychol. 2013Jun 26;4:331.

- van Atteveldt NM, Blau VC, Blomert L, Goebel R (2010). "fMR-adaptation indicates selectivity to audiovisual content congruency in distributed clusters in human superior temporal cortex". BMC Neuroscience;11:11.

- Blau V, Reithler J, van Atteveldt N, Seitz J, Gerretsen P, Goebel R, Blomert L (2010). "Deviant processing of letters and speech sounds as proximate cause of reading failure: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study of dyslexic children". Brain;133(Pt 3):868-79.

- Froyen D, van Atteveldt N, Blomert L (2010). “Exploring the Role of Low Level Visual Processing in Letter-Speech Sound Integration: A Visual MMN Study”. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 4:9.

- Goebel R & van Atteveldt N. (2009) “Multisensory functional magnetic resonance imaging: a future perspective. Experimental Brain Research;198(2-3):153-64.

- van Atteveldt N, Roebroeck A, Goebel R. (2009) “Interaction of speech and script in human auditory cortex: Insights from neuro-imaging and effective connectivity” Hearing Research,258(1-2):152-64.

- Blau, V., van Atteveldt, N.M., Ekkebus, M., Goebel, R. & Blomert, L. (2009) “Defective neural integration of letters and speech sounds links phonological and reading deficits in adult dyslexia” Current Biology, 19(6):503-8.

- Froyen DJ, Bonte ML, van Atteveldt N, Blomert L. (2009). The Long Road to Automation: Neurocognitive Development of Letter-Speech Sound Processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21(3):567-80.

- Blau V, van Atteveldt N, Formisano E, Goebel R, Blomert L (2008). Task-irrelevant visual letters interact with the processing of speech sounds in heteromodal and unimodal cortex.European Journal of Neuroscience, 28(3): 500-509.

- Froyen, D., van Atteveldt, N.M., Bonte, M., & Blomert, L. (2008). Cross-modal enhancement of the MMN to speech sounds indicates early and automatic integration of letters and speech sounds. Neuroscience Letters,430(1): 23-8.

- van Atteveldt, N.M., Formisano, E., Goebel, R., & Blomert, L (2007). Top-down task effects overrule automatic multisensory responses to letter-sound pairs in auditory association cortex. NeuroImage, 36(4): 1345-1360.

- van Atteveldt, N.M., Formisano, E., Blomert, L., & Goebel, R. (2007) The effect of temporal asynchrony on the integration of letters and speech sounds. Cerebral Cortex, 17(4): 962-974.

- van Atteveldt N. (2007) “Heeft lezen dezelfde neurale basis als liplezen? Integratie van schrift en spraak in de hersenen”. De Psycholoog, jaargang 42, 266-272.

- Amedi, A.*, von Kriegstein, K.*, van Atteveldt, N.M.*, Beauchamp, M. S.*, & Naumer, M. J.* (2005). Functional imaging of human crossmodal identification and object recognition. Experimental Brain Research, 166 (3-4): 559-571. * All authors share equal contribution

- van Atteveldt, N., Formisano, E., Goebel, R., & Blomert, L. (2004). Integration of letters and speech sounds in the human brain. Neuron, 43: 271-282.

Nevenwerkzaamheden

Laatste wijzigingen Nevenwerkzaamheden: Amsterdam 27 januari 2017