Jan Willem de Gee
Jan Willem de Gee
Assistant Professor of Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience, University of Amsterdam
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Decision-related pupil dilation reflects upcoming choice and individual bias
JW de Gee, T Knapen, TH Donner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (5), E618-E625, 2014
Dynamic modulation of decision biases by brainstem arousal systems
JW de Gee, O Colizoli, NA Kloosterman, T Knapen, S Nieuwenhuis, ...
Elife 6, e23232, 2017
Choice history biases subsequent evidence accumulation
AE Urai, JW De Gee, K Tsetsos, TH Donner
eLife 8, e46331, 2019
Cognitive and ocular factors jointly determine pupil responses under equiluminance
T Knapen*, JW de Gee*, J Brascamp, S Nuiten, S Hoppenbrouwers, ...
PloS one 11 (5), e0155574, 2016
Pupil-linked phasic arousal predicts a reduction of choice bias across species and decision domains
JW de Gee, K Tsetsos, L Schwabe, AE Urai, D McCormick, MJ McGinley, ...
eLife 9, e54014, 2020
Humans strategically shift decision bias by flexibly adjusting sensory evidence accumulation
NA Kloosterman, JW de Gee, M Werkle-Bergner, U Lindenberger, ...
Elife 8, e37321, 2019
Graded recruitment of pupil-linked neuromodulation by parametric stimulation of the vagus nerve
Z Mridha*, JW De Gee*, Y Shi, R Alkashgari, J Williams, A Suminski, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-14, 2021
Task-evoked pupil responses reflect internal belief states
O Colizoli, JW de Gee, AE Urai, TH Donner
Scientific reports 8 (1), 13702, 2018
Pupil dilation and the slow wave ERP reflect surprise about choice outcome resulting from intrinsic variability in decision confidence
JW de Gee, CMC Correa, M Weaver, TH Donner, S van Gaal
Cerebral Cortex 31 (7), 3565-3578, 2021
Functional magnetic resonance imaging responses during perceptual decision-making at 3 and 7 T in human cortex, striatum, and brainstem
O Colizoli, JW de Gee, W van der Zwaag, TH Donner
Human brain mapping 43 (4), 1265-1279, 2022
Strategic self-control of arousal boosts sustained attention
JW de Gee, Z Mridha, M Hudson, Y Shi, H Ramsaywak, S Smith, ...
bioRxiv, 2022.03. 04.482962, 2022
A disinhibitory circuit mechanism explains a general principle of peak performance during mid-level arousal
L Beerendonk, JF Mejías, SA Nuiten, JW de Gee, JJ Fahrenfort, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 121 (5), e2312898121, 2024
T Knapen, JW de Gee
FIRDeconvolution, 2016
Brainstem fMRI signaling of surprise across different types of deviant stimuli
A Mazancieux, F Mauconduit, A Amadon, JW de Gee, TH Donner, ...
Cell Reports 42 (11), 2023
Catecholaminergic neuromodulation and selective attention jointly shape perceptual decision-making
SA Nuiten, JW De Gee, JB Zantvoord, JJ Fahrenfort, S van Gaal
Elife 12, RP87022, 2023
Auditory accessory stimulus boosts pupil-linked arousal and reduces choice bias
BM Bruel, VG Katopodis, R de Vries, TH Donner, MJ McGinley, ...
bioRxiv, 2022.08. 28.505585, 2022
Task-irrelevant stimuli reliably boost phasic pupil-linked arousal but do not affect decision formation
J Hebisch, AC Ghassemieh, E Zhecheva, M Brouwer, S van Gaal, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.05. 14.594080, 2024
Goal-directed motor actions drive acetylcholine dynamics in sensory cortex
J Zou, J Willem de Gee, Z Mridha, S Trinh, A Erskine, M Jing, J Yao, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.12. 21.473699, 2021
Neuromodulatory shaping of decision-computations
JW de Gee
Staats-und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky, 2019
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