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Description Curriculum Rob H.J. Van der Lubbe

 

Examinator/teacher in the following courses at the University of Twente (in Dutch/English):         

  1. Cognitive Psychology/Module 3 (Ba-1; ca. 250 students; 2006-till now)

  2. General Introduction to Psychology/Module 1 (Ba-1; ca. 250 students; 2016-till now)

  3. Cognitive Psychology II (Ma-1; 10-20 students; 2005-2010; coordinator)

  4. Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience (Ba-3; 60 students; 2009-2013; coordinator)

  5. Advances in Cognitive Neuroscience (Ma-1; 10-20 students; 2007-2010; coordinator)

  6. Consciousness (Minor, Ba-3; 20 students; 2010- 2015; coordinator)

  7. Cognitive Psychology for Industrial Design (Ba-3; 80 students; 2005-2010; coordinator)

  8. Research Methods/Module 7 (Ba-2; 4 students; 2015-now)

  9. Human Factors and Engineering Psychology/Module 6 (Ba-2; 30 students; 2015-now)

  10. Advanced Research Methods (Ma; 20 students; 2015-now; coordinator)

  11. Advanced Topics in Digital Marketing (Ma; 30 students; 2016-now)

     

    Examinator/teacher in the following courses at the University of Finance and Management in Warsaw (in English):

  1. Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience (Ba/Ma; 2013; coordinator)

  2. Consciousness (Ba/Ma; 2011-2016; coordinator)

  3. Engineering Psychology (Ba/Ma; 2011-2012; coordinator)

  4. Advances in Cognitive Neuroscience (2016-2017; coordinator)

     

    Examinator/teacher in the following course(s) at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (in English):

  1. Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience (Ma; 2013, 2017-now; coordinator)

  2. Visual Perception & Attention (Ba; 2017-now)

  3. Workshop Presentation (2018-now; coordinator)

  4. Workshop EEG analyses (2018-now; coordinator)

 

Co-promotor:  

1) Mark Nieuwenstein at University of Utrecht (5-10-2004)

2) Matthijs Noordzij (cum laude) at University of Utrecht (10-9-2005)

3) Elian de Kleine at University of Twente (18-6-2009)

4) Jorian Blom at University of Twente (11-1-2017)

 

 

 

Promotor:        

1) Jagna Sobierajewicz (planned year of completion: 2019) at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (Poland)

2) Iza Szumska (planned year of completion: 2019) at Polish Academy for Sciences in Warsaw (Poland)

3) Monika Wojtczak- Kwaśniewska (planned year of completion: 2019) at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (Poland)

Workshops

  1. 2-day EEG workshop Poznań 2011 (25 participants)

  2. 2-day EEG workshop Warsaw 2012 (8 participants)

  3. 2-day EEG workshop Warsaw 2013 (7 participants)

     

    Guest lectures Nijmegen (EEG source localization; 2011-now)

    Certificate Didactic Training 2006

    Decentral Education price Psychology 2007-2008

    Certificate Basic Education Qualification 2015

    Assessment English (C2) 2016

 

Description Research

 

  • Thesis: “Discrete and continuous information processing in a visual search task”, supervised by  Drs. Elly Zeef and Dr. Winnie Hofmann, in the field of Psychophysiology at the University of Amsterdam (1992-1997). This thesis focused on mental chronometry (measuring the timing of mental/cognitive processes) by using various measures derived from the electroencephalogram (EEG), like the N1 event-related potential (ERP) component and the stimulus- and response-locked lateralized readiness potential (LRP).

  • PhD thesis: “Effects of visual attention: a behavioral and psychophysiological examination”, supervised by Dr. P.J.G. Keuss, Dr. E. Stoffels, and Dr. J.C. Woestenburg. Prof. Dr. A.F. Sanders was promotor of the project. The project was successfully completed with a thesis defense at June 10th 1997. Adapted versions of Chapter 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 were published in:

  1. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Keuss, P.J.G. (2001). Focused attention reduces the effect of lateral interference in multi-element arrays. Psychological Research, 65, 107-118.

  2. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Keuss, P.J.G., & Stoffels, E. (1996). Threefold effect of peripheral precues: Alertness, orienting, and response tendencies. Acta Psychologica, 94, 319-337. 

  3. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Woestenburg, J.C. (1997). Modulation of early ERP components with peripheral precues: A trend analysis. Biological Psychology, 45, 143-158.

  4. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J & Woestenburg, J.C. (2000). Location selection in the visual domain. Psychophysiology, 37, 662-676.  

  5. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Woestenburg, J.C. (1999). The influence of peripheral cues on the tendency to react towards a lateral relevant stimulus with multiple-item arrays. Biological Psychology, 51, 1-21.

  • Postdoc-project 1. After obtaining his PhD degree,  Rob worked as a Postdoc at the Medical University on projects funded by the Deutsche Forschung Gemeinschaft (DFG) under supervision of Prof. Dr. R. Verleger. Here Rob also cooperated with Prof. Piotr Jaśkowski. He broadened his interests to a number of topics, like the influence of time pressure (stress) on behavioral and psychophysiological measures, the preparation of hand and eye movements, the use of response force as a dependent variable, visual masking, aging, and new analyzing techniques like Event-related Lateralziation (ERLs). The following publications can be related to this project:

  1. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2000). Wewnętrzne oko. Forum Psychologiczne, 5,143-159.

  2. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Wauschkuhn, B., Wascher, E., Niehoff, T., Kömpf, D., & Verleger, R. (2000).Lateralized EEG components with direction information for the preparation of saccades versus finger movements. Experimental Brain Research, 132, 163-178.

  3. Jaśkowski, P., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Wauschkuhn, B., Wascher, E., & Verleger, R. (2000). The influence of time pressure and expectancy on response force in an S1-S2 paradigm. Acta Psychologica, 105, 89-105.

  4. Verleger, R., Vollmer, C., Wauschkuhn, B., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Wascher, E. (2000). Dimensional overlap between arrows as cueing stimuli and responses? Evidence from contra-ipsilateral differences in EEG potentials. Cognitive Brain Research, 10, 99-109.

  5. Verleger, R., Wauschkuhn, B., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Jaśkowski, P., & Trillenberg, P. (2000). Posterior and anterior contribution of hand-movement preparation to late CNV. Journal of Psychophysiology, 14, 69-86.

  6. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Jaśkowski, P., Wauschkuhn, B., & Verleger, R. (2001). Influence of time pressure in a simple response, a choice-by-location task, and the Simon task. Journal of Psychophysiology, 15, 241-255.

  7. Jaśkowski, P., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Schlotterbeck, E., & Verleger, R. (2002). Traces of unidentified stimuli left on attention. Psychological Science, 13, 48-54.

  8. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Verleger, R. (2002). Aging and the Simon task. Psychophysiology, 39, 100-110.

  9. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Los, S.A., Jaśkowski, P., & Verleger, R. (2004). Being prepared on time: On the importance of the previous and the current foreperiod on preparation, reflected in event-related brain potentials. Acta Psychologica, 116, 245-262.

  10. Verleger, R., Jaśkowski, P., Aydemir, A., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Groen, M. (2004). Qualitative differences between conscious and non-conscious processing? On inverse priming induced by masked arrows. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 133, 494-515.

  11. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Jaśkowski, P., & Verleger, R (2005). Mechanisms underlying spatial coding in a multiple-item Simon task. Psychological Research, 69, 179-190.

  • Postdoc-project 2. In October 2000, Rob started his second Postdoc-project at the University of Utrecht and became part of a group of researchers containing three PhD candidates (Sander Zuidhoek, Matthijs Noordzij, Marieke van Asselen) and another Postdoc (Bas Neggers). This project on Spatial Cognition was supervised by Prof. Dr. Albert Postma. Here, Rob set up his first EEG-lab. His own research project focused on crossmodal spatial attention but many additional topics were examined, like haptic perception, spatial language, allocentric and egocentric representations of space, categorical and coordinate spatial processing, blindness, the attentional blink, and implied motion perception. In many of these studies EEG and also in one study fMRI was employed. Here Rob also cooperated with Prof. Dr. J.L. Kenemans, and started with performing source analyses of the EEG by using BESA software. The following publications can be related to this project:

  1. Postma, A., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Zuidhoek, S. (2003). There may be more affordance in the ventral stream and more memory in the dorsal stream than many believe. Behavioral and Brain Sciences (comment), 25, 115-116.

  2. Zuidhoek, S., Kappers, A.M.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Postma, A. (2003). Delay improves performance on a haptic spatial matching task. Experimental Brain Research, 149, 320-330.

  3. Noordzij, M.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Neggers, S.F.W., & Postma, A. (2004). Spatial tapping interferes with the processing of linguistic spatial relations. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 58, 259-271.

  4. Zuidhoek, S., Kappers, A.M.L., Noordzij, M.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Postma, A. (2004). Frames of reference in a haptic parallelity task: Temporal dynamics and the possible role of vision. In S.B. Jiménez, M.A. Heller (Eds.), Touch, Blindness, and Neuroscience (pp155-164). Madrid, Spain:UNED Press. (not-ISI)

  5. Neggers, S.F.W., Schölvinck, M.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Postma, A. (2005). Quantifying the interactions between allo- and egocentric representations of space. Acta Psychologica, 118, 25-45.

  6. Nieuwenstein, M.R., Chun, M,M,, Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Hooge, I.T.C. (2005). Delayed attentional engagement in the attentional blink. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 31, 1463-1475. 

  7. Noordzij, M.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Postma A. (2005). Strategic and automatic components in the processing of linguistic spatial relations. Acta Psychologica, 119, 1-20.

  8. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Postma, A. (2005). Interruption from irrelevant auditory and visual onsets even when attention is in a focused state. Experimental Brain Research, 164, 464-471.

  9. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J, Vogel, R.O. & Postma A. (2005). Different effects of exogenous cues in a visual detection and discrimination task. Delayed attention withdrawal and/or speeded motor inhibition? Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17, 1829-1840.

  10. Lorteije, J.A.M., Kenemans, J.L., Jellema, T., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., de Heer, F., & Van Wezel, R.J.A. (2006). Delayed response to animate implied motion in human motion processing areas. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18, 158-168.

  11. Neggers, S.F.W., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Ramsey, N. & Postma, A. (2006). Interactions between ego- and allocentric neuronal representations of space. NeuroImage, 31, 320-331.

  12. Noordzij, M.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Postma A. (2006). Electrophysiological support for the existence of different strategies in the processing of spatial sentences. Psychophysiology, 43, 277-286. 

  13. Santangelo, V., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Olivetti Belardinelli, M, & Postma A. (2006). Spatial attention triggered by unimodal, crossmodal, and bimodal exogenous cues: A comparison on reflexive orienting mechanisms. Experimental Brain Research, 173- 40-48.

  14. Skalska, B., Jaśkowski, P., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2006). The role of direct parameter specification and attentional capture in subliminal priming of motor reaction. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 2, 47-59.

  15. Van Asselen, M., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Postma, A. (2006). Are time and space automatically integrated in episodic memory? Memory, 14, 232-240.

  16. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Havik, M.M., Bekker, E.M., & Postma, A. (2006). Task-dependent exogenous cuing effects depend on cue modality. Psychophysiology, 43, 145-160.

  17. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Van der Helden, J. (2006). Failure of the extended contingent attentional capture account in multimodal settings. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 2, 255-267.

  18. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Neggers, S.F.W., Verleger, R., & Kenemans, J.L. (2006). Spatiotemporal overlap between brain activation related to saccade preparation and attentional orienting. Brain Research, 1072, 133-152.

  19. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Schölvinck, M.L., Kenemans, J.L., & Postma, A. (2006). Divergence of categorical and coordinate spatial processing assessed with ERPs. Neuropsychologia, 44, 1547-1559.

  20. Lorteije, J.A.M., Kenemans, J.L., Jellema, T., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Lommers, M.W., & Van Wezel, R.J.A. (2007). Adaptation to real motion reveals direction selective interactions between real and implied motion processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19, 1231-1240.

  • Assistant Professor at the University of Twente. In July 2005, Rob moved to the Department of Cognitive Psychology and Ergonomics (current name of the department) where he was appointed as an Assistant Professor. Here he set up another EEG-lab and became involved with research projects of several PhD candidates. In a first PhD-project, the focus was on the learning of movement sequences (Elian de Kleine). Elian and Rob developed a new paradigm that enabled examination of the learning of these sequences with EEG. In a second PhD-project (Elger Abrahamse) interest was specifically focused on the implicit learning of movement sequences by using the serial reaction time (SRT) paradigm. In a third PhD-project (Frank Meijer), interested was focused on the role of active vs. passive exploration of visual 3D objects, and the relevance of spatial attention. A new research area concerned the influence of spatial attention on the processing of electrical painful stimuli. After an initial collaboration with Dr. J.R. Buitenweg at the University of Twente, this new research line resulted in a fourth PhD-project (Jorian Blom) that was supervised by Rob. Furthermore, temporarily, Dr. M.L.A. Jongsma joined the department, with whom Rob since then collaborates on a variety of topics next to pain, like motor imagery. The following publications can be related to this position.

  1. Jaśkowski, P., Kurczewska, M., Nowik, A., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Verleger, R. (2007). Locus of the intensity effect in simple reaction time tasks. Perception & Psychophysics, 69, 1334-1343.

  2. Abrahamse, E.L. & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2008). Endogenous orienting modulates the Simon effect: critical factors in experimental design. Psychological Research, 72, 261-72.

  3. Abrahamse, E.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Verwey, W.B. (2008). Asymmetrical learning between a tactile and visual serial RT task. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61, 210-7.

  4. Santangelo, V., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Olivetti Belardinelli, M., & Postma, A. (2008). Multisensory integration affects ERP components elicited by exogenous cues. Experimental Brain Research, 185, 269-77.

  5. Abrahamse, E.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Verwey, W.B. (2009). Sensory information in perceptual-motor sequence learning: visual and/or tactile stimuli. Experimental Brain Research, 197, 175-183.

  6. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Van Mierlo, C.M., & Postma, A. (2009). The involvement of the occipital cortex in the early blind in auditory and tactile duration discrimination tasks. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22, 1541-1556.

  7. De Kleine, E., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2011). Decreased load on general motor preparation and visual working memory while preparing familiar as compared to unfamiliar movement sequences. Brain and Cognition, 75, 126-134.

  8. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Abrahamse, E.L. (2011). The premotor theory of attention and the Simon effect. Acta Psychologica, 136, 259-264.

  9. Staufenbiel, S.M., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Talsma, D. (2011). Spatially uninformative sounds increase sensitivity for visual motion change. Experimental Brain Research, 213, 457-64.

  10. Meijer, F., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2011). Active exploration improves perceptual sensitivity for virtual 3D objects in visual memory. Vision Research, 51, 2431-39.

  • Associate Professor at the University of Twente (2010- …). In 2010, Rob was promoted to the position of Associate Professor. In that same year a new collaboration project started with Prof. E. Bohlmeijer to examine the effectiveness of Mindfulness training with EEG. A one-year postdoc project was created in which Dr. E. De Kleine carried out most research in close cooperation with Jorian Blom. In May 2011, Rob also started to work in Warsaw (Poland) at the University of Finance and Management as an Associate Professor, where he collaborated with Dr. Skalska, Dr. Gut, and potential PhD candidates (Iza Szumska, Marzena Wasilewska). Furthermore, new collaborations started with the Faculty of Physics and the Nanobiomedical center at Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU) in Poznań, together with Dr. A. Przekoracka-Krawczyk, and with Dr. K. Rataj at the Faculty of English at the AMU. Since then, a PhD-project has been supervised together with Dr. Przekoracka-Krawczyk that focuses on the preparation of vergence saccades either or not in combination with horizontal saccades. Here measures derived from the EEG are used to perform source analyses. This project is carried out by Monika Wojtczak-Kwaśniewska. Another research project together with Dr. Rataj focused on the processing of metaphors, by using ERPs, but also by performing wavelet analyses. In 2013, a new research project started on Motor Imagery inspired by the earlier research together with Dr. De Kleine, also by employing EEG. This project was financed by NCN and has been carried out by Jagna Sobierajewicz who was supervised by Rob and Dr. Przekoracka-Krawczyk. Jagna Sobierajewicz acquired additional funding by NCN for a continuation of this research-project, which was again supervised by Rob and took place at the Physics department (Nanobiomedical center) of the AMU. In 2015, a PhD-candidate from Lyon (France), Raphael Mizzi, got a scholarship for doing research under Rob’s supervision in Poznan (at AMU) in the field of salience and automatic attention effects, which he examined with an experiment in which a 128 EEG channels setup was employed. The following publications can be related to the aforementioned positions.

  1. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., De Kleine, E., & Abrahamse, E.L. (2012). The premotor theory of attention as an account for the Simon effect. Acta Psychologica, 140, 25-34.

  2. Ruitenberg, M.F.L., De Kleine, E., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Verwey, W.B., & Abrahamse, E.L. (2012). Context dependent motor skill and the role of practice. Psychological Research, 76, 812-20.

  3. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Buitenweg, J.R., Boschker, M., Gerdes, B., & Jongsma, M.L.A. (2012). The influence of transient spatial attention on the processing of intracutaneous electrical stimuli examined with ERPs. Clinical Neurophysiology, 123, 947-59.

  4. Blom, J.H.G., Wiering, C., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2012). Distraction reduces both early and late electrocutaneous stimulus evoked potentials. Journal of Psychophysiology, 26, 168-177.

  5. Abrahamse, E.L., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Verwey, W.B., Szumska, I., & Jaśkowski, P. (2012). Redundant sensory information does not enhance sequence learning in the serial reaction time task. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 8, 109-20.

  6. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Utzerath, C. (2013). Lateralized power spectra of the EEG as an index of visuospatial attention. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 9, 184-201.

  7. Jongsma, M.L.A., Meulenbroek, R.G.J., Okely, J., Baas, C.M., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Steenbergen, B. (2013). Effects of hand orientation on motor imagery. PLOS ONE, 8, e76515

  8. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Kuniecki, M. (2013). Editorial to the special issue Neuronus.  Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 9, 156-159.

  9. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Bundt, C., & Abrahamse, E.L. (2014).  Internal and external spatial attention examined with lateralized EEG power spectra. Brain Research, 1583, 179-192.

  10. Jongsma, M.L.A., Baas, C.M., Sangen, A.F.M., Aarts, P.B.M., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Meulenbroek, R.G.J., & Steenbergen, B. (2016). Children with unilateral Cerebral Palsy show diminished implicit motor imagery with the affected hand. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 58, 277-284.

  11. Szumska, I., Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Grzeczkowski, L., & Herzog, M. (2016). Does sensitivity in binary choice tasks depend on response modality? Consciousness and Cognition, 43, 57-65.

  12. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., & Kuniecki, M. (2016). Editorial Special Issue: Neuronus. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 12, 150-153.

  13. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Szumska, I., & Fajkowska, M. (2016). Two sides of the same coin: ERP and wavelet analyses of visual potentials evoked and induced by task-relevant faces. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 12, 154-168.

  14. Sobierajewicz, J., Szarkiewicz, S., Przekoracka-Krawczyk, A., Jaśkowski, W., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2016). To what extent can motor imagery replace motor execution while learning a fine motor skill?  Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 12, 179-192.

  15. Sobierajewicz, J., Przekoracka-Krawczyk, A., Jaśkowski, J., Verwey, W.B., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2017). The influence of motor imagery on the learning of a fine hand motor skill. Experimental Brain Research, 235, 305-320.

  16. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Blom, J.H.G., De Kleine, E., & Bohlmeijer, E.T. (2017). Comparing the effects of sustained and transient spatial attention on the orienting towards and the processing of electrical nociceptive stimuli.  International Journal of Psychophysiology, 112, 9-21.

  17. Blom, J.H.G., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2017). Endogenous spatial attention directed to intracutaneous electrical stimuli on the forearms involves an external reference frame. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 121, 1-11.

  18. Sobierajewicz, J., Przekoracka-Krawczyk, A., Jaśkowski, J., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2017). How effector-specific is the effect of sequence learning by motor execution and motor imagery? Experimental Brain Research, 235, 3757-3769.

  19. Rataj, K.K., Przekoracka-Krawczyk, A., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2018). On understanding creative language: the late positive complex and novel metaphor comprehension. Brain Research, 1678, 231-244.

  20. Czaińska, M., Przekoracka-Krawczyk, A., Naskręcki, & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2018). Binocular summation evaluated by early and late visual evoked potentials. Optica Applicata,  48, 137-148,

  21. Wojtczak-Kwaśniewska, M., Przekoracka-Krawczyk, A. & Van der Lubbe, R. H. J. (2018). The engagement of cortical areas preceding exogenous vergence eye movements. PLoSONE, 13, 6, e0198405

  22. Van der Lubbe, R.H.J., De Kleine, E., Schreurs, K.M.G.,  & Bohlmeijer, E.T. (2018). Does mindfulness training modulate the influence of spatial attention on the processing of intracutaneous electrical stimuli. PLoSONE, 13, 8, e0201689

  23. Sobierajewicz, J., Naskrecki, R., Jaśkowski, J., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2018). Do musicians learn a fine sequential hand motor skill differently than non-musicians? PLoSONE, 13, 11, e0207449

  24. Sobierajewicz, J., Jaśkowski, J., & Van der Lubbe, R.H.J. (2018). Does transcranial direct current stimulation affect the learning of a fine sequential hand motor skill with motor imagery? Journal of Motor Behavior

Habilitation in Biophysics on “Biophysical markers of Cognition” at the Faculty of Physics at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland (16.12.2016)

H-index: 22 (Scopus, acquired at 15-1-2019)

Number of citations: 1559 (Scopus, acquired at 15-1-2019)

Education/Academic qualification

Habilitation, Adam Mickiewicz University

PhD, Vrije Universiteit

External positions

Extraordinary Professor, Adam Mickiewicz University

1 Dec 201730 Sep 2019

Associate Professor, University of Finance and Management Warsaw

1 Mar 20111 Nov 2017

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Research Output 1996 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

Dyslexic individuals orient but do not sustain visual attention: Electrophysiological support from the lower and upper alpha bands

Van der Lubbe, R. H. J., de Kleine, E. & Rataj, K., 4 Mar 2019, In : Neuropsychologia. 125, p. 30-41 12 p.

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Cues
Visual Fields
Dyslexia
Electroencephalography
Power (Psychology)

The effect of music on consumer behavior: A neuromarketing approach

Gkaintatzis, A., Karantinou, K., van der Lubbe, R. & Constantinides, E., 27 May 2019.

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Binocular summation evaluated by early and late visual evoked potentials

Czaińska, M., Przekoracka-Krawczyk, A., Naskręcki, R. & Van Der Lubbe, R., 1 Jan 2018, In : Optica applicata. 48, 1, p. 137-148 12 p.

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Does mindfulness training modulate the influence of spatial attention on the processing of intracutaneous electrical stimuli?

Van der Lubbe, R. H. J., De Kleine, E., Schreurs, K. M. G. & Bohlmeijer, E. T., 9 Aug 2018, In : PLoS ONE. 13, 8, e0201689.

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Does Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Affect the Learning of a Fine Sequential Hand Motor Skill with Motor Imagery?

Sobierajewicz, J., Jaśkowski, W. & Van der Lubbe, R. H. J., 21 Sep 2018, In : Journal of motor behavior.

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Motor Skills
Imagery (Psychotherapy)
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Learning
Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

Prizes

Habilitation in Biophysics

Rob van der Lubbe (Recipient), 16 Dec 2016

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Activities 2012 2012

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Biological psychology (Journal)

Rob van der Lubbe (Editor)
2012

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