John Stins
John Stins
assistant professor, Faculty of Human Movement Sciences
Verified email at fbw.vu.nl
TitleCited byYear
Facing freeze: Social threat induces bodily freeze in humans
K Roelofs, MA Hagenaars, J Stins
Psychological Science 21 (11), 1575-1581, 2010
2032010
Accounting for sequential trial effects in the flanker task: Conflict adaptation or associative priming?
S Nieuwenhuis, JF Stins, D Posthuma, TJC Polderman, DI Boomsma, ...
Memory & cognition 34 (6), 1260-1272, 2006
1992006
Effects of sleep deprivation on neural functioning: an integrative review
TW Boonstra, JF Stins, A Daffertshofer, PJ Beek
Cellular and molecular life sciences 64 (7-8), 934, 2007
1582007
Salience and choice: neural correlates of shopping decisions
T Ambler, S Braeutigam, J Stins, S Rose, S Swithenby
Psychology & Marketing 21 (4), 247-261, 2004
1582004
Sway regularity reflects attentional involvement in postural control: Effects of expertise, vision and cognition
JF Stins, ME Michielsen, M Roerdink, PJ Beek
Gait & Posture 30 (1), 106-109, 2009
1392009
Effects of affective picture viewing on postural control
JF Stins, PJ Beek
BMC neuroscience 8 (1), 83, 2007
1102007
Familial influences on sustained attention and inhibition in preschoolers
AS Groot, LMJ De Sonneville, JF Stins, DI Boomsma
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 45 (2), 306-314, 2004
1092004
Cortical changes in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
CMAK Swart, JF Stins, PJ Beek
European journal of pain 13 (9), 902-907, 2009
1032009
Cortical changes in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
CMAK Swart, JF Stins, PJ Beek
European journal of pain 13 (9), 902-907, 2009
1032009
Walk to me when I smile, step back when I’m angry: emotional faces modulate whole-body approach–avoidance behaviors
JF Stins, K Roelofs, J Villan, K Kooijman, MA Hagenaars, PJ Beek
Experimental brain research 212 (4), 603-611, 2011
1022011
Walk to me when I smile, step back when I’m angry: emotional faces modulate whole-body approach–avoidance behaviors
JF Stins, K Roelofs, J Villan, K Kooijman, MA Hagenaars, PJ Beek
Experimental brain research 212 (4), 603-611, 2011
1022011
Effects of attention on the control of locomotion in individuals with chronic low back pain
CJC Lamoth, JF Stins, M Pont, F Kerckhoff, PJ Beek
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 5 (1), 13, 2008
942008
Effects of attention on the control of locomotion in individuals with chronic low back pain
CJC Lamoth, JF Stins, M Pont, F Kerckhoff, PJ Beek
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 5 (1), 13, 2008
942008
Effects of attention on the control of locomotion in individuals with chronic low back pain
CJC Lamoth, JF Stins, M Pont, F Kerckhoff, PJ Beek
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 5 (1), 13, 2008
942008
Genetic analyses of the stability of executive functioning during childhood
TJC Polderman, D Posthuma, LMJ De Sonneville, JF Stins, FC Verhulst, ...
Biological Psychology 76 (1-2), 11-20, 2007
822007
Genetic analyses of the stability of executive functioning during childhood
TJC Polderman, D Posthuma, LMJ De Sonneville, JF Stins, FC Verhulst, ...
Biological Psychology 76 (1-2), 11-20, 2007
822007
Aversive life events enhance human freezing responses.
MA Hagenaars, JF Stins, K Roelofs
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 141 (1), 98, 2012
812012
To freeze or not to freeze? Affective and cognitive perturbations have markedly different effects on postural control
JF Stins, M Roerdink, PJ Beek
Human movement science 30 (2), 190-202, 2011
762011
To freeze or not to freeze? Affective and cognitive perturbations have markedly different effects on postural control
JF Stins, M Roerdink, PJ Beek
Human movement science 30 (2), 190-202, 2011
762011
Magnetoencephalographic signals identify stages in real-life decision processes
S Braeutigam, JF Stins, SPR Rose, SJ Swithenby, T Ambler
Neural Plasticity 8 (4), 241-254, 2001
762001
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