Marieke van Vugt
Marieke van Vugt
Assistant Professor in Cognitive Modeling
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Mind the hype: A critical evaluation and prescriptive agenda for research on mindfulness and meditation
NT Van Dam, MK Van Vugt, DR Vago, L Schmalzl, CD Saron, A Olendzki, ...
Perspectives on psychological science 13 (1), 36-61, 2018
Hippocampal gamma oscillations increase with memory load
MK Van Vugt, A Schulze-Bonhage, B Litt, A Brandt, MJ Kahana
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (7), 2694-2699, 2010
Comparison of spectral analysis methods for characterizing brain oscillations
MK van Vugt, PB Sederberg, MJ Kahana
Journal of neuroscience methods 162 (1-2), 49-63, 2007
Investigating the impact of mindfulness meditation training on working memory: A mathematical modeling approach
MK Van Vugt, AP Jha
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 11 (3), 344-353, 2011
The effects of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy on affective memory recall dynamics in depression: a mechanistic model of rumination
MK Van Vugt, P Hitchcock, B Shahar, W Britton
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 257, 2012
Spatially distributed patterns of oscillatory coupling between high-frequency amplitudes and low-frequency phases in human iEEG
E Maris, M van Vugt, M Kahana
Neuroimage 54 (2), 836-850, 2011
EEG oscillations reveal neural correlates of evidence accumulation
MK van Vugt, P Simen, LE Nystrom, P Holmes, JD Cohen
Frontiers in Neuroscience 6, 106, 2012
How does rumination impact cognition? A first mechanistic model
MK Van Vugt, M van der Velde, ESM‐MERGE Investigators
Topics in cognitive science 10 (1), 175-191, 2018
Interrupt me: External interruptions are less disruptive than self-interruptions
I Katidioti, JP Borst, MK Van Vugt, NA Taatgen
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 906-915, 2016
Predicting task-general mind-wandering with EEG
CY Jin, JP Borst, MK Van Vugt
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 19 (4), 1059-1073, 2019
Cognitive benefits of mindfulness meditation
MK Van Vugt
Handbook of mindfulness: Theory, research, and practice, 190-207, 2015
Control over experience? Magnitude of the attentional blink depends on meditative state
MK Van Vugt, HA Slagter
Consciousness and cognition 23, 32-39, 2014
Reiterated concerns and further challenges for mindfulness and meditation research: a reply to Davidson and Dahl
NT Van Dam, MK van Vugt, DR Vago, L Schmalzl, CD Saron, A Olendzki, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 13 (1), 66-69, 2018
Lateralized readiness potentials reveal properties of a neural mechanism for implementing a decision threshold
MK Van Vugt, P Simen, L Nystrom, P Holmes, JD Cohen
PloS one 9 (3), e90943, 2014
# EEGManyLabs: Investigating the replicability of influential EEG experiments
YG Pavlov, N Adamian, S Appelhoff, M Arvaneh, CSY Benwell, C Beste, ...
cortex 144, 213-229, 2021
Modeling mind-wandering: a tool to better understand distraction
MK van Vugt, NA Taatgen, J Sackur, M Bastian, J Borst, K Mehlhorn
Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive modeling, 252-257, 2015
Why are some people’s names easier to learn than others? The effects of face similarity on memory for face-name associations
PC Pantelis, MK Van Vugt, R Sekuler, HR Wilson, MJ Kahana
Memory & cognition 36 (6), 1182-1195, 2008
Interrupted by your pupil: An interruption management system based on pupil dilation
I Katidioti, JP Borst, DJ Bierens de Haan, T Pepping, MK van Vugt, ...
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 32 (10), 791-801, 2016
Self-reported stickiness of mind-wandering affects task performance
MK Van Vugt, N Broers
Frontiers in psychology 7, 732, 2016
Media multitasking, mind-wandering, and distractibility: A large-scale study
W Wiradhany, MK van Vugt, MR Nieuwenstein
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82 (3), 1112-1124, 2020
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