Jorian Blom
Jorian Blom
Cognitive Psychology & Ergonomics, University of Twente, The Netherlands
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The importance of failure: feedback-related negativity predicts motor learning efficiency
J van der Helden, MAS Boksem, JHG Blom
Cerebral Cortex 20 (7), 1596-1603, 2010
Distraction reduces both early and late electrocutaneous stimulus evoked potentials
JHG Blom, CH Wiering, RHJ Van der Lubbe
Journal of Psychophysiology 26 (4), 168, 2012
Comparing the effects of sustained and transient spatial attention on the orienting towards and the processing of electrical nociceptive stimuli
RHJ Van der Lubbe, JHG Blom, E De Kleine, ET Bohlmeijer
International Journal of Psychophysiology 112, 9-21, 2017
Endogenous spatial attention directed to intracutaneous electrical stimuli on the forearms involves an external reference frame
JHG Blom, RHJ Van der Lubbe
International Journal of Psychophysiology 121, 1-11, 2017
Pain and attention
JHG Blom
Mindfulness training affects the processing of nociceptive stimuli
RHJ van der Lubbe, E De Kleine, JHG Blom, KMG Schreurs, ...
Psychophysiology, 50, 2013
The influence of transient shifts of spatial attention on electrocutaneous stimulus evoked potentials
JHG Blom, RHJ van der Lubbe
European journal of pain supplements 5 (S1), 22-22, 2011
Research tools for cognitive (neuro) psychology
JHG Blom, MFL Ruitenberg
IGS Research Institute for Innovation and Governance Studies, PhD Day, 2012
Pain distracts: The effect of nociceptive stimulation on temporal attention
JHG Blom, RHJ van der Lubbe
EPOS Annual Meeting 2012, 2012
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