publications

Krebs RM, Park HRP, Bombeke K, Boehler CN. (in press). Modulation of locus coeruleus activity by novel oddball stimuli. Brain Imaging and Behavior.

Krebs, RM, Woldorff, MG. (2017). Cognitive control and reward. In: T. Egner (Ed.). Handbook of Cognitive Control. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, West Sussex, UK.

Braem S, King JA, Korb FM, Krebs RM, Notebaert W, Egner T (2017). The role of the anterior cingulate cortex in the affective evaluation of conflict. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 29(1): 137-149.

Langford Z, Krebs RM, Talsma D, Woldorff D, Boehler N (2016). Strategic down-regulation of attentional resources as a mechanism of proactive response inhibition. European Journal of Neuroscience. 44(4): 2095-2103.

Ma I, van Holstein M, Mies G, Mennes M, Buitelaar J, Cools R, Cillessen AH, Krebs RM, Scheres A (2016). Ventral Striatal Hyper-connectivity During Rewarded Interference Control in Adolescents with ADHD. Cortex. 82: 225-236.

Lynn M, Demanet J, Krebs RM, van Dessel P, Brass M (2016). Voluntary inhibition of pain avoidance behavior: An fMRI study. Brain Structure & Function. 221(3): 1309-1320.

Schevernels H, Bombeke K, Krebs RM, Boehler CN (2016). Preparing for (valenced) action the role of differential effort in the orthogonalized go/no-go task. Psychophysiology. 53(2): 186-197

Krebs RM, Hopf J-M, Boehler CN (2016). Within-trial effects of stimulus-reward associations. 65-82. In: Motivation&Cognitive Control. Ed.: Todd S. Braver. Psychology Press, Routledge. New York, NY.

Hopf J-M, Schoenfeld MA, Buschulte A, Rautzenberg A, Krebs, RM, Boehler, CN (2015). The modulatory impact of reward and attention on global feature selection in human visual cortex. Visual Cognition. 23(1-2): 229-248.

Schevernels H, Bombeke K, Van der Borght L, Hopf J-M, Krebs RM, & Boehler, CN (2015). Electrophysiological evidence for the involvement of proactive and reactive control in a rewarded stop-signal task. NeuroImage. 121: 115-125.

Krebs RM, Boehler CN, De Belder M, & Egner T (2015). Neural conflict-control mechanisms improve memory for target stimuli. Cerebral Cortex. 25: 833-843.

Metin B, Krebs RM, Wiersema R, Verguts T, Gasthuys R, van der Meere JJ, Achten E, Roeyers H, & Sonuga-Bake E (2015). Dysfunctional Modulation of Default Mode Network Activity in Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology.124(1): 208-214.

Van den Berg B, Krebs RM, Lorist MM, & Woldorff MG (2014). Utilization of reward-prospect enhances preparatory attention and reduces conflict. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience. 14: 561-577.

Boehler CN, Schevernels H, Hopf J-M, Stoppel CM, & Krebs RM (2014). Reward prospect rapidly speeds up response inhibition via reactive control. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience. 14: 593-609.

Sidlauskaite J, Wiersema R, Roeyers H, Krebs RM, Vassena E, Fias W, Brass M, Achten E, & Sonuga-Barke E (2014). Anticipatory processes in brain state switching evidence from a novel switching paradigm implicating default mode and salience networks. NeuroImage. 98: 359-365.

Vassena E, Krebs RM, Silvetti M, Fias W, & Verguts T (2014). Dissociating contributions of ACC and vmPFC in reward prediction, outcome, and choice. Neuropsychologia. 59: 112-123.

Schevernels H, Krebs RM, Santens P, Woldorff MG, & Boehler CN (2014). Task preparation processes related to reward prediction precede those related to task-difficulty expectation. NeuroImage. 84(1): 639-647.

Braem S, King JA, Korb FM, Krebs RM, Notebaert W, & Egner, T (2013). Affective modulation of cognitive control is determined by performance-contingency and mediated by ventromedial prefrontal and cingulate cortex. Journal of Neuroscience. 33(43): 16961-16970.

Krebs RM, Fias W, Achten E, & Boehler CN (2013). Picture novelty attenuates semantic interference and modulates concomitant neural activity in the anterior cingulate cortex and the locus coeruleus. NeuroImage. 74(1): 179-187.

Murty, VP, Ballard, IC, MacDuffie K, Krebs RM, Adcock RA (2013). Hippocampal networks habituate as novelty accumulates. Learning & Memory. 20(4): 225-235.

Krebs RM, Boehler CN, Appelbaum LG, Woldorff MG (2013). Reward associations reduce behavioral interference by changing the temporal dynamics of conflict processing. PloS ONE. 8(1): e53894.

Stoppel CM, Boehler CN, Strumpf H, Krebs RM, Heinze H-J, Hopf J-M, & Schoenfeld MA (2013). Distinct representations of attentional control during voluntary and stimulus-driven shifts across objects and locations. Cerebral Cortex. 23(6): 1351-1361.

Ruge H, Krebs RM, & Wolfensteller U (2012). Early markers of ongoing action-effect learning. Frontiers in Cognition. 3(522): 1-12.

Muhle-Karbe PS & Krebs RM (2012). On the influence of reward on action-effect binding. Frontiers in Cognition. 3(450).

Boehler CN, Hopf J-M, Stoppel CM, & Krebs RM (2012). Motivating Inhibition: Reward prospect speeds up response cancellation. Cognition. 125(3): 498-503.

Stoppel CM, Boehler CN, Strumpf H, Krebs RM, Heinze H-J, Hopf J-M, & Schoenfeld MA (2012). Spatio-temporal dynamics of feature-based attention spread: Evidence from combined EEG and MEG recordings. Journal of Neuroscience. 32(28): 9671-9676.

Krebs RM, Boehler CN, Roberts KC, Song AW, & Woldorff MG (2012). The involvement of the dopaminergic midbrain and cortico-striatal-thalamic circuits in the integration of reward prospect and task demands. Cerebral Cortex. 22(3): 607-615.

Krebs RM, Boehler CN, Zhang HH, Schoenfeld MA, & Woldorff MG (2012). Electrophysiological recordings in humans reveal reduced location-specific attentional-shift activity prior to re-centering saccades. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107(5): 1393-1402.

Boehler CN, Appelbaum LG, Krebs RM, Hopf, J-M, & Wordorff MG (2012). The influence of different Stop-signal response time estimation procedures on behavior-behavior and brain-behavior correlations. Behavioural Brain Research. 229(1): 123-130.

Boehler CN, Appelbaum LG, Krebs RM, Chen L-C, & Woldorff MG (2011). The role of stimulus saliency and attentional capture across the neural hierarchy in a Stop-signal task. PloS ONE. 6(10): e26386.

Krebs RM, Heipertz D, Schuetze H, & Duzel E (2011). Novelty increases the mesolimbic functional connectivity of the substantia nigra / ventral tegmental area (SN/VTA) during reward anticipation: evidence from high-resolution fMRI. Neuroimage. 58(2): 647-655.

Krebs RM, Boehler CN, Egner T, & Woldorff MG (2011). The neural underpinnings of how reward associations can both guide and misguide attention. Journal of Neuroscience. 31(26): 97529759.

Boehler CN, Hopf J-M, Krebs RM, Stoppel CM, Schoenfeld MA, Heinze H-J, & Noesselt T (2011). Task-load-dependent activation of dopaminergic midbrain areas in the absence of reward. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(13): 4955-4961.

Boehler CN, Bunzeck N, Krebs RM, Noesselt T, Schoenfeld MA, Heinze H-J, Muente TF, Woldorff MG, & Hopf J-M (2011). Substantia nigra activity level predicts trial-to-trial adjustments in cognitive control. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(2): 362-373.

Krebs RM, Schoenfeld MA, Boehler CN, Song AW, & Woldorff MG (2010). The saccadic re-centering bias is associated with activity changes in the human superior colliculus. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4(193).

Boehler CN, Appelbaum LG, Krebs RM, Hopf J-M, & Woldorff MG (2010). Pinning down response inhibition in the brain conjunction analyses of the Stop-signal task. Neuroimage, 52(4): 1621-1632.

Krebs RM, Boehler CN, & Woldorff MG (2010). The influence of reward associations on conflict processing in the Stroop task. Cognition, 117(3): 341-347.

Krebs RM, Woldorff MG, Tempelmann C, Bodammer N, Noesselt T, Boehler CN, Scheich H, Hopf J-M, Duzel E, Heinze H-J, & Schoenfeld MA (2010). High-field FMRI reveals brain activation patterns underlying saccade execution in the human superior colliculus. PLoS ONE, 5(1): e8691.

Krebs RM, Schott BH, Schuetze H, & Duzel E (2009). The novelty exploration bonus and its attentional modulation. Neuropsychologia. 47(11): 2272-81.

Krebs RM, Schott BH, & Duzel E (2009). Personality traits are differentially associated with patterns of reward and novelty processing in the human substantia nigra/ventral tegmental area. Biological Psychiatry. 65(2): 103-110.

Boehler CN, Muente TF, Krebs RM, Heinze H-J, Schoenfeld MA, & Hopf J-M (2009). Sensory MEG responses predict successful and failed inhibition in a stop-signal task. Cerebral Cortex, 19(1): 134-145.

Schott BH, Minuzzi L, Krebs RM, Elmenhorst D, Lange M, Winz OH, Seidenbecher CI, Coenen HH, Heinze H-J, Duzel E, & Bauer A (2008). Mesolimbic functional magnetic resonance imaging activations during reward anticipation correlate with reward-related ventral striatal dopamine release. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(52): 14311-14319.

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Ruth M. Krebs