International (refereed) journals

NB – from 2012 – 2014 there is a publication hiatus as a result of personal (family) circumstances.

Heinen, K., Jolij, J., & Lamme, V.A.F. (2005). Two temporally distinct periods of activity in V1 are required for figure-ground segregation: a TMS study. Neuroreport, 16, 1483-1487. (shared first authorship)

Hoogeveen, H.R., Jolij, J., Ter Horst, G., & Lorist, M.M. (2016). Brain potentials highlight stronger implict food memory for taste than for health and context associations. PLOS One, 11, e0154128.

Jolij, J., & Bierman, D.J. (in press). Testing the potential paradoxes in “retrocausal” phenomena. Proceedings of the AAAS Symposium on Quantum Retrocausation III.

Jolij, J., Huisman, D., Scholte, H.S., Hamel, R., Kemner, C., & Lamme, V.A.F. (2007). Processing speed in recurrent visual network correlates with general intelligence. Neuroreport, 18, 39-43.

Jolij, J., & Lamme, V.A.F. (2005). Repression of unconscious information by conscious processing: evidence from affective blindsight induced by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 102, 10747-10751.

Jolij, J., & Lamme, V.A.F. (2010). Transcranial magnetic stimulation-induced ‘visual echoes’ are generated in early visual cortex. Neuroscience Letters, 484, 178-181.

Jolij, J. & Meurs, M. (2011). Music alters visual perception. PLoS One, 6, e18861.

Jolij, J., Meurs, M. & Haitel, E. (2012). Who sees what’s not there? Individual differences in the neural correlates of illusory perception. Communicative and Integrative Biology, 1, 764-767.

Jolij, J., Scholte, H.S., Van Gaal, S., Hodgson, T.L., & Lamme, V.A.F. (2011). Act quickly, decide later: long latency visual evoked potentials reflect perceptual decisions. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23, 3734-3745.

Lewis Evans, B., De Waard, D., Jolij, J., Brookhuis, K.A. (2012). What you not see might slow you down anyway: Masked images and driving. PLoS One, e29857.

Lorist, M.M., Jolij, J. (2012). Trial history effects in Stroop task performance are independent of top-down control. PLoS One, 7, e39802.

Scharnowski, F., Rüter, J., Jolij, J., Hermens, F., Kammer, T., & Herzog, M.H. (2009). Long lasting feature modulation by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Journal of Vision, 8, 1-10.  

Scholte, H.S., Jolij, J., Fahrenfort, J.J., & Lamme, V.A.F. (2008). Feedforward and recurrent processing in scene segmentation: EEG and fMRI. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20, 2097-2109.

Yaple, Z., Vakhrushev, R., & Jolij, J. (in press). Investigating emotional top-down modulation of ambiguous faces by single-pulse TMS on early visual cortices. Frontiers in Neuroscience.

 

National (refereed) journals

Jolij, J. (2005). De primaire visuele schors: nieuwe inzichten door transcraniële magnetische stimulatie. [Primary visual cortex: new insights from transcranial magnetic stimulation. Review in Dutch] Neuropraxis, 13, 44-48.

Jolij, J. (2012). ‘Hot cognition’ en ‘social vision’: de interactie tussen sociaal-affectieve processen en inferentie in visuele waarneming. [Hot cognition and social vision: the interaction between social-affective processes and inference in visual perception. Review in Dutch] Neuropraxis.

Jolij, J. (2013). De onbewuste leugendetector. [The Unconscious Lie Detector. Review in Dutch]. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Parapsychologie en Bewustzijnsonderzoek.

Jolij, J. (2013). Kunst en neurowetenschap. [Art and Neuroscience. Review in Dutch]. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Parapsychologie en Bewustzijnsonderzoek.

Jolij, J. (2015). De cognitieve ergonomie van het digitale dossier. [Cognitive ergonomics of the digital case file. Review in Dutch]. Tijdschrift voor de Rechterlijke Macht [Journal for Magistrature], 38, 240-244.

Jolij, J. (2016). Bewustzijnsonderzoek – een inleiding. [Consciousness Research – An Introduction]. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Parapsychologie en Bewustzijnsonderzoek.

Jolij, J. (2016). Gebruikerservaring, ‘cognitive engineering’, en het digitale dossier. [User experience, cognitive engineering, and the digital case file]. Tijdschrift voor de Rechterlijke Macht [Journal for Magistrature], 39, 120-125.

 

Books, or contributions to books

Johnson, A., Toffanin, P., Jolij, J., Sarampalis, A. (2013). The working brain. In: Johnson and Proctor (eds). Neuroergonomics: cognitive neuroscience approaches to ergonomics and human factors. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke (UK).

Jolij, J. (2008). From affective blindsight to affective blindness: when cortical processing suppresses subcortical information. In: Columbus, F. (ed.) Neural Pathways: New research, pp 205-208. Nova Science Publishers, New York (NY).

Jolij, J. (2013). Hoe een angsthaas een jokkebrok vangt. (How scarypants catches a liar). Stichting Politie en Wetenschap (Foundation for Police and Science), Apeldoorn, The Netherlands.

Jolij, J., Heussen, Y. (2013). Social neuroergonomics. In: Johnson and Proctor (eds.) Neuroergonomics: cognitive neuroscience approaches to ergonomics and human factors. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke, UK.

Jolij, J., Johnson, A., Proctor, A. (2013). Cognitive neuroergonomics of visual and auditory perception. In: Johnson and Proctor (eds.) Neuroergonomics: cognitive neuroscience approaches to ergonomics and human factors. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke (UK).

Scholte, H.S., Jolij, J., & Lamme, V.A.F. (2006). The cortical processing dynamics of edge detection and scene segmentation. In: Breitmeyer, B., & Ogmen, H. (eds.) The First Half Second: The Microgenesis and Temporal Dynamics of Unconscious and Conscious Visual Processes, pp 73 – 89. MIT Press, Cambridge (MA).