Baptist Liefooghe
Baptist Liefooghe
Department of Psychology, Utrecht University
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Task switching: interplay of reconfiguration and interference control.
A Vandierendonck, B Liefooghe, F Verbruggen
Psychological bulletin 136 (4), 601, 2010
6242010
Top-down and bottom-up sequential modulations of congruency effects
W Notebaert, W Gevers, F Verbruggen, B Liefooghe
Psychonomic bulletin & review 13 (1), 112-117, 2006
1982006
The interaction between stop signal inhibition and distractor interference in the flanker and Stroop task
F Verbruggen, B Liefooghe, A Vandierendonck
Acta psychologica 116 (1), 21-37, 2004
1592004
Working memory costs of task switching.
B Liefooghe, P Barrouillet, A Vandierendonck, V Camos
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (3), 478, 2008
1402008
Stimulus-and response-conflict-induced cognitive control in the flanker task
F Verbruggen, W Notebaert, B Liefooghe, A Vandierendonck
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 13 (2), 328-333, 2006
1312006
Short-term aftereffects of response inhibition: repetition priming or between-trial control adjustments?
F Verbruggen, GD Logan, B Liefooghe, A Vandierendonck
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (2), 413, 2008
1142008
Instruction-based task-rule congruency effects.
B Liefooghe, D Wenke, J De Houwer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (5), 1325, 2012
1122012
Effects of stimulus–stimulus compatibility and stimulus–response compatibility on response inhibition
F Verbruggen, B Liefooghe, W Notebaert, A Vandierendonck
Acta psychologica 120 (3), 307-326, 2005
1052005
Short cue presentations encourage advance task preparation: a recipe to diminish the residual switch cost.
F Verbruggen, B Liefooghe, A Vandierendonck, J Demanet
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (2), 342, 2007
802007
Voluntary task switching under load: Contribution of top-down and bottom-up factors in goal-directed behavior
J Demanet, F Verbruggen, B Liefooghe, A Vandierendonck
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17 (3), 387-393, 2010
682010
Inhibiting responses when switching: Does it matter?
F Verbruggen, B Liefooghe, A Szmalec, A Vandierendonck
Experimental psychology 52 (2), 125-130, 2005
602005
Short Article: Is Advance Reconfiguration in Voluntary Task Switching Affected by the Design Employed?
B Liefooghe, J Demanet, A Vandierendonck
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (5), 850-857, 2009
592009
Instruction-based response activation depends on task preparation
B Liefooghe, J De Houwer, D Wenke
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 20 (3), 481-487, 2013
582013
Selective stopping in task switching: The role of response selection and response execution.
F Verbruggen, B Liefooghe, A Vandierendonck
Experimental psychology 53 (1), 48, 2006
582006
Valence, arousal, and cognitive control: a voluntary task-switching study
J Demanet, B Liefooghe, F Verbruggen
Frontiers in psychology 2, 336, 2011
552011
Persisting activation in voluntary task switching: It all depends on the instructions
B Liefooghe, J Demanet, A Vandierendonck
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17 (3), 381-386, 2010
542010
The effect of interference in the early processing stages on response inhibition in the stop signal task
F Verbruggen, B Liefooghe, A Vandierendonck
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59 (1), 190-203, 2006
482006
Following new task instructions: Evidence for a dissociation between knowing and doing
M Brass, B Liefooghe, S Braem, J De Houwer
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 81, 16-28, 2017
472017
The interruptive effect of pain in a multitask environment: an experimental investigation
DML Van Ryckeghem, G Crombez, C Eccleston, B Liefooghe, ...
The Journal of Pain 13 (2), 131-138, 2012
442012
A chain-retrieval model for voluntary task switching
A Vandierendonck, J Demanet, B Liefooghe, F Verbruggen
Cognitive Psychology 65 (2), 241-283, 2012
382012
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