Ruth Krebs
Ruth Krebs
Dept. of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University
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Mesolimbic functional magnetic resonance imaging activations during reward anticipation correlate with reward-related ventral striatal dopamine release
BH Schott, L Minuzzi, RM Krebs, D Elmenhorst, M Lang, OH Winz, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (52), 14311-14319, 2008
The influence of reward associations on conflict processing in the Stroop task
RM Krebs, CN Boehler, MG Woldorff
Cognition 117 (3), 341-347, 2010
Motivation and cognitive control in depression
I Grahek, A Shenhav, S Musslick, RM Krebs, EHW Koster
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 102, 371-381, 2019
Pinning down response inhibition in the brain—conjunction analyses of the stop-signal task
CN Boehler, LG Appelbaum, RM Krebs, JM Hopf, MG Woldorff
Neuroimage 52 (4), 1621-1632, 2010
The involvement of the dopaminergic midbrain and cortico-striatal-thalamic circuits in the integration of reward prospect and attentional task demands
RM Krebs, CN Boehler, KC Roberts, AW Song, MG Woldorff
Cerebral cortex 22 (3), 607-615, 2012
Novelty increases the mesolimbic functional connectivity of the substantia nigra/ventral tegmental area (SN/VTA) during reward anticipation: Evidence from high-resolution fMRI
RM Krebs, D Heipertz, H Schuetze, E Duzel
Neuroimage 58 (2), 647-655, 2011
The neural underpinnings of how reward associations can both guide and misguide attention
RM Krebs, CN Boehler, T Egner, MG Woldorff
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (26), 9752-9759, 2011
The novelty exploration bonus and its attentional modulation
RM Krebs, BH Schott, H Schütze, E Düzel
Neuropsychologia 47 (11), 2272-2281, 2009
Personality traits are differentially associated with patterns of reward and novelty processing in the human substantia nigra/ventral tegmental area
RM Krebs, BH Schott, E Düzel
Biological psychiatry 65 (2), 103-110, 2009
Task preparation processes related to reward prediction precede those related to task-difficulty expectation
H Schevernels, RM Krebs, P Santens, MG Woldorff, CN Boehler
NeuroImage 84, 639-647, 2014
Utilization of reward-prospect enhances preparatory attention and reduces stimulus conflict
B van den Berg, RM Krebs, MM Lorist, MG Woldorff
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 561-577, 2014
Reward prospect rapidly speeds up response inhibition via reactive control
CN Boehler, H Schevernels, JM Hopf, CM Stoppel, RM Krebs
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 593-609, 2014
Task-load-dependent activation of dopaminergic midbrain areas in the absence of reward
CN Boehler, JM Hopf, RM Krebs, CM Stoppel, MA Schoenfeld, HJ Heinze, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (13), 4955-4961, 2011
The role of anterior cingulate cortex in the affective evaluation of conflict
S Braem, JA King, FM Korb, RM Krebs, W Notebaert, T Egner
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (1), 137-149, 2017
Cognitive control in depression: Toward clinical models informed by cognitive neuroscience
I Grahek, J Everaert, RM Krebs, EHW Koster
Clinical Psychological Science 6 (4), 464-480, 2018
Neural Conflict–Control Mechanisms Improve Memory for Target Stimuli
RM Krebs, CN Boehler, M De Belder, T Egner
Cerebral Cortex 25 (3), 833-843, 2015
Sensory MEG responses predict successful and failed inhibition in a stop-signal task
CN Boehler, TF Münte, RM Krebs, HJ Heinze, MA Schoenfeld, JM Hopf
Cerebral cortex 19 (1), 134-145, 2009
Affective modulation of cognitive control is determined by performance-contingency and mediated by ventromedial prefrontal and cingulate cortex
S Braem, JA King, FM Korb, RM Krebs, W Notebaert, T Egner
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (43), 16961-16970, 2013
Reward associations reduce behavioral interference by changing the temporal dynamics of conflict processing
RM Krebs, CN Boehler, LG Appelbaum, MG Woldorff
PloS one 8 (1), e53894, 2013
Motivating inhibition–reward prospect speeds up response cancellation
CN Boehler, JM Hopf, CM Stoppel, RM Krebs
Cognition 125 (3), 498-503, 2012
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