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Iris van Rooij
Iris van Rooij
Radboud University Nijmegen, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
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The tractable cognition thesis
I Van Rooij
Cognitive Science 32 (6), 939-984, 2008
2942008
Theory before the test: How to build high-verisimilitude explanatory theories in psychological science
I van Rooij, G Baggio
Perspectives on Psychological Science 16 (4), 682–697, 2021
1252021
Understanding motor resonance
S Uithol, I van Rooij, H Bekkering, P Haselager
Social neuroscience 6 (4), 388-397, 2011
1042011
Is preregistration worthwhile?
A Szollosi, D Kellen, D Navarro, R Shiffrin, I van Rooij, T Van Zandt, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
1002019
Can there be such a thing as embodied embedded cognitive neuroscience?
J Van Dijk, R Kerkhofs, I Van Rooij, P Haselager
Theory & Psychology 18 (3), 297-316, 2008
882008
Bayesian intractability is not an ailment that approximation can cure.
J Kwisthout, T Wareham, I van Rooij
Cogn. Sci. 35 (5), 779-784, 2011
812011
The role of frequency information and teleological reasoning in infants' and adults' action prediction.
M Paulus, S Hunnius, C van Wijngaarden, S Vrins, I van Rooij, ...
Developmental psychology 47 (4), 976, 2011
802011
Convex hull and tour crossings in the Euclidean traveling salesperson problem: Implications for human performance studies
I Van Rooij, U Stege, A Schactman
Memory & cognition 31 (2), 215-220, 2003
802003
A non‐representational approach to imagined action
I van Rooij, RM Bongers, FG Haselager
Cognitive Science 26 (3), 345-375, 2002
792002
Do we spontaneously form stable trustworthiness impressions from facial appearance?
A Klapper, R Dotsch, I van Rooij, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111 (5), 655, 2016
752016
To be precise, the details don’t matter: On predictive processing, precision, and level of detail of predictions
J Kwisthout, H Bekkering, I Van Rooij
Brain and cognition 112, 84-91, 2017
732017
Recipient design in human communication: simple heuristics or perspective taking?
M Blokpoel, M van Kesteren, A Stolk, P Haselager, I Toni, I Van Rooij
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6, 253, 2012
662012
Intentional communication: Computationally easy or difficult?
I Van Rooij, J Kwisthout, M Blokpoel, J Szymanik, T Wareham, I Toni
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5, 52, 2011
662011
Beta-and gamma-band activity reflect predictive coding in the processing of causal events
S van Pelt, L Heil, J Kwisthout, S Ondobaka, I van Rooij, H Bekkering
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (6), 973-980, 2016
632016
Hierarchies in action and motor control
S Uithol, I van Rooij, H Bekkering, P Haselager
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (5), 1077-1086, 2012
592012
Connectionist semantic systematicity
SL Frank, WFG Haselager, I van Rooij
Cognition 110 (3), 358-379, 2009
572009
Parameterized complexity in cognitive modeling: Foundations, applications and opportunities
I Van Rooij, T Wareham
The Computer Journal 51 (3), 385-404, 2008
542008
Neural mechanisms of communicative innovation
A Stolk, L Verhagen, JM Schoffelen, R Oostenveld, M Blokpoel, P Hagoort, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (36), 14574-14579, 2013
522013
What do mirror neurons mirror?
S Uithol, I van Rooij, H Bekkering, P Haselager
Philosophical Psychology 24 (5), 607-623, 2011
512011
A lazy brain? Embodied embedded cognition and cognitive neuroscience
P Haselager, J van Dijk, I van Rooij
Handbook of cognitive science, 273-290, 2008
502008
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