Publications

 

Key Publications Richard van Wezel

Zhao, Y., Nonnekes, J., Storcken, E.J.M., Janssen, S., van Wegen, E.E.H., Bloem, B.R., Dorresteijn, L.C.A., van Vugt, J.P.P., Heida, T., van Wezel, R.J.A. (2016) Feasibility of external rythmic cueing with the Google Glass for improving gait in people with Parkinson’s Disease. J. Neurology, 263, 6, 1156-1165. [link]

Schwab, B.C., Heida, T.H., Zhao, Y., van Gils, S.A. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2014). Pallidal gap junctions - triggers of synchrony in Parkinson’s Disease? Movement Disorders, 29, 12, 1486-1494. [link]

Krekelberg, B. and van Wezel, R.J.A.. (2013). Neural mechanisms of speed perception: transparent motion. Journal of Neurophysiology, 110 (9), 2007-2018. [link]

Klink, P.C., Brascamp, J.W., Blake, R., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2010). Experience-driven plasticity in binocular vision. Current Biology, 20, 1464-1469 [link][pdf]

Raemaekers, M., Lankheet, M.J.M., Moorman, S., Kourtzi, Z., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2009). Directional anisotropy of motion responses in retinotopic cortex. Human Brain Mapping, 30, 3970-3980. [pdf]

Kourtzi, Z., Krekelberg, B., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2008). Linking form and motion in the primate brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 12, 6, 230-236. [link] [pdf]

Noest, A.J., van Ee, R., Nijs, M.M. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2007). Percept choice sequences driven by interrupted ambiguous stimuli: A low level neural model. Journal of Vision, 7(8):10, 1-14 , DEMO [link] [pdf]

Krekelberg, B., Boynton, G.M. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2006). Adaptation: from single cells to BOLD signals. Trends in Neurosciences, 29, 250-256. [link] [pdf]

van Wezel, R.J.A., and Britten, K.H. (2002). Motion adaptation in area MT. Journal of Neurophysiology, 88: 3469-3476. [link][pdf]

Britten, K.H. & van Wezel, R.J.A. (1998). Electrical microstimulation of extrastriate area MST biases heading perception. Nature Neuroscience, 1, 59-63. [link][pdf]



Full Publication List

Janssen, S., Bolte, B., Nonnekes, J., Bittner, M., Bloem, B., Heida, T., Zhao, Y., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2017). Usability of three-dimensional augmented visual cues delivered by smart glasses on freezing of gait in Parkinson’s disease. Frontiers in Neurology, In Press.

Schwab, B.C., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van Gils, S.A. (2017). Sparse pallidal connections shape synchrony in a network model of the basal ganglia. European Journal of Neuroscience, 45, 8, 1000-1012. [link]

Janssen, S., van Wezel, R.J.A., Soneji, M., Nonnekes, J., and Bloem, B.R. (2017). Response to: staircase climbing is not solely a visual compensation strategy to alleviate freezing of gait in Parkinson’s Disease. J. Neurology, 264, 174-176. Epub.

Exploring Braak’s hypothesis of Parkinson’s Disease. (2017). Rietdijk, C.D., Perez-Pardo, P., Garssen, J., van Wezel, R.J.A., Kraneveld, A. Frontiers in Neurology, 8, 37.

Schellekens, W., Ramsey, N., van Wezel, R.J.A., and Raemaekers, M. (2017). Changes in fMRI BOLD dynamics reflect anticipation to moving objects. Neuroimage, Epub

Schellekens, W., van Wezel, R.J.A., Petridou, N., Ramsey, N.F., and Raemaekers, M. (2016) Predictive coding for motion stimuli in human early visual cortex. Brain Structure and Function, 221, 2, 879-890. [link]

Zhao, Y., Nonnekes, J., Storcken, E.J.M., Janssen, S., van Wegen, E.E.H., Bloem, B.R., Dorresteijn, L.C.A., van Vugt, J.P.P., Heida, T., van Wezel, R.J.A. (2016) Feasibility of external rythmic cueing with the Google Glass for improving gait in people with Parkinson’s Disease. J. Neurology, 263, 6, 1156-1165. [link]

Ba, W., Selten, M.M., van der Raadt, J., van Veen, H., Benevento, M., Oudakker, A.R., Lasabuda, R.S.E., Letteboer, S., Roepman, R., van Wezel. R.J.A., Courtney, M.J., van Bokhoven, H., and Nadif Kasri, N. (2016). ARHGAP12 functions as a developmental brake on excitatory synapse function. Cell Reports, 14, 6, 1355-1368.

Buimer, H.P., Bittner, M., Kostelijk, T., van der Geest, T.M. van Wezel, R.J.A., Zhao, Y. (2016). Enhancing emotion recognition in VIPs with haptic feedback. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 618, 157 -163.

Rietdijk, C.D., van Wezel, R.J.A., Garssen, J. and Kraneveld (2016). Neuronal Toll-like receptors and neuro-immunity in Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and stroke. Neuroimmunology and Neuroinflammation, 3, 27-37.

Grootendorst, D.J., Fratila, R.M., Visscher, M., ten Haken, B., van Wezel, R.J.A., Steenbergen, W., Manohar, S. and Ruers, T.J.M. (2016). Photoacoustic staging of nodal metastases using SPIOs: comparison between in vivo, in toto and ex vivo imaging in a rat model. Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging. 5, 71-87.

Rietdijk, C.D., de Haan, L., Douna, H., van Wezel, R.J.A., Garsen, J. and Kraneveld, A.D. (2016). Best practices for passaging murine embryonic enteric neuronal cell line before differentiation. Cytotechnology, 1-10.

Zhao, Y., Heida, T., van Wegen, E.H., Bloem, B.R., van Wezel, R.J.A. (2015). E-health support in people with Parkinson’s disease with smart glasses: a survey of user requirements and expectations in the Netherlands. Journal of Parkinsons Disease, 5, 369-378.

Schwab, B.C., Heida, T.H., Zhao, Y., van Gils, S.A. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2014). Pallidal gap junctions - triggers of synchrony in Parkinson’s Disease? Movement Disorders, 29, 12, 1486-1494. [link]

Raemaekers, M., Schellekens, W., van Wezel, R.J.A., Petridou, N., Kristo, G. and Ramsey, N. (2014). Patterns of resting state connectivity in human primary visual cortical areas: a 7T fMRI study. Neuroimage, 84, 911-921 [link]

Pondman, K.M., Bunt, N.D., Maijenburg, A.W., van Wezel, R.J.A., Kishore, U. Abelmann, L., ten Elshof, J.E., Ten Haken, B. Magnetic drug delivery with FePd nanowires (2014). Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 1-8.

Krekelberg, B. and van Wezel, R.J.A.. (2013). Neural mechanisms of speed perception: transparent motion. Journal of Neurophysiology, 110 (9), 2007-2018. [link]

Schellekens, W., van Wezel, R.J.A., Petridou, N., Ramsey, N.F. and Raemaekers, M. (2013). Integration of motion responses underlying directional motion anisotropy in human early visual cortical areas. PLoS ONE, 8, 6, e67468 [link] [pdf]

Duijnhouwer, J.A., Noest, A.J., Lankheet, M.J.M., van den Berg, A.V. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2013). Speed and direction response profiles of neurons in macaque MT and MST show modest constraint line tuning. Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience, 7, 22, 1-11. [link][pdf]

Klink, P.C., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van Ee, R. (2013). The future of binocular rivalry research: Reaching through a window on consciousness. The constitution of Consciousness: vol. 1, ed. S. Miller, Advances in Consciousness Research. John Benjamins Publishing Company, pages 305-332. request a copy

Grootendorst, D.J., Fratila, R.M., Visscher, M., ten Haken, B., van Wezel, R.J.A., Rottenberg, S., Steenbergen, W., Manohar, S., Ruers, T.J.M. (2013). Intra-operative ex-vivo photoacoustics nodal staging in a rat model using a clinical superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticle dispersion. Journal of Biophotonics, 6, 493-504. [link]

Grootendorst, D.J., Fratila, R.M., Visscher, M., ten Haken, B., van Wezel, R.J.A., Steenbergen, W., Manohar, S., Ruers, T.J.M. (2013). Photoacoustic intra-operative nodal staging using clinically approved superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles. Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE, 8581, nr. 858102. [link]

Schwab, B.C., Heida, T., Zhao, Y., Marani, E., van Gils S.A., van Wezel, R.J.A. (2013). Synchrony in Parkinson’s Disease: importance of intrinsic properties of the external globus pallidus. Frontiers In Systems Neuroscience, 7, 60, 1-7. [link][pdf]

Stoyanova, I.I. van Wezel, R.J.A., Rutten, W.L.C. (2013). In vivo testing of a 3-D bifurcating microchannel scaffold inducing separation of regenerating axon bundles in peripheral nerve. Journal of Neural Engineering, 10, 066018. [link]

Klink, P.C., Oleksiak, A., Lankheet, M.J.M. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2012). Intermittent stimulus presentation stabilizes neuronal responses in macaque area MT. Journal of Neurophysiology, 108, 2101-2114. [pdf]

Montijn, J.S., Klink, P.C. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2012). Divisive normalization and neuronal oscillations in a single hierarchical framework of selective visual attention. Frontiers in Neural Circuits, 6, 22, 1-17 [pdf]

Noest, A.J., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2012). Dynamics of temporally interleaved percept-choice sequences: interaction via adaptation in shared neural populations. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 32, 177-195. [pdf]

Klink, P.C., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van Ee, R. (2012). United we sense, divided we fail: context-driven perception of ambiguous visual stimuli. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 367, 932-941 [pdf]

van der Ham, I.J.M., Oleksiak, A., van Wezel, R.J.A., van Zandvoort, M.J.E., Frijns, C.J.M., Kapelle, J., and Postma, A. (2012). The effect of stimulus features on working memory of categorical and coordinate spatial relations in patients with unilateral brain damage. Cortex, 48, 737-745. [pdf]

van der Ham, I.J.M., Duijndam, M.J.A., Raemaekers, M., van Wezel, R.J.A., Oleksiak, A. and Postma, A. (2012). Retinotopic mapping of categorical and coordinate spatial relation processing in early visual cortex. PLoS ONE, 7(6): e38644. [pdf]

Lorteije, J.A.M., Barraclough, N., Jellema, T., Raemaekers, M., Duijnhouwer, J., Xiao, D.K., Oram, M.W., Lankheet, M.J.M., Perrett, D.I., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2011). Implied motion activation in area MT can be explained by visual low-level features. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(6), 1533-1548. [link][pdf]

Raemaekers, M., Bergsma, D., van Wezel, R.J.A., van der Wildt, G.J., and van den Berg, A.V. (2011). Effects of vision restoration training on early retinotopic maps in patients with cerebral blindness investigated with functional magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of Neurophysiology, 105(2), 872-882. [link][pdf]

Oleksiak, A., Postma, A., van der Ham, I.J., Klink, P.C. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2011). A review of lateralization of spatial functioning in nonhuman primates. Brain Research Reviews. 67, 56-72 [link][pdf]

Klink, P.C., Montijn, J.S. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2011). Crossmodal duration perception involves perceptual grouping, temporal ventriloquism and subjective rates of time. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 73, 219-236. [link][pdf]

Oleksiak, A., Klink, P.C., Postma, A., van der Ham, I.J.M., Lankheet, M.J.M., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2011). Spatial summation in macaque parietal area 7a follows a winner-take-all rule. Journal of Neurophysiology, 105(3), 1150-1158. [link][pdf]

Klink, P.C., Brascamp, J.W., Blake, R., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2010). Experience-driven plasticity in binocular vision. Current Biology, 20, 1464-1469 [link][pdf]

Dispatch about our article: Wilson, H.R. (2010). Binocular rivalry: Neurons unwire when they can’t simultaneously fire. Current Biology, 20, 17, R716 [link][pdf]

Duijnhouwer, J., Krekelberg, B., van den Berg, A.V., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2010). Temporal integration of focus position signal during compensation for pursuit in optic flow. Journal of Vision, 10(14): 14, 1-15. [link][pdf]

Oleksiak, A., Manko, M., Postma, A., van der Ham, I.J.M., van den Berg, A.V. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2010). Distance estimation is influenced by encoding conditions. PLoS ONE, 5(3), e9918. [link][pdf]

van der Ham, I.J.M., van Strien, J.W., Oleksiak, A., van Wezel, R.J.A., and Postma, A. (2010).Temporal characteristics of working memory for spatial relations: an ERP study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 77, 83-94. [pdf]

Stegenga, J., van Wezel, R.J.A., Heida, T. (2010). Network activity patterns in the subthalamic nucleus of the rat. Conference proceedings of the 7th International Meeting on Substrate-Integrated Microelectrode Arrays. ISBN 978-3-938345-08-5. [pdf]

Klink, P.C., Noest, A.J., Holten, V., van den Berg, A.V. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2009). Occlusion-related lateral connections stabilize kinetic depth stimuli through perceptual coupling. Journal of Vision, 9(10): 20, 1-20. [link] [pdf]

Raemaekers, M., Lankheet, M.J.M., Moorman, S., Kourtzi, Z., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2009). Directional anisotropy of motion responses in retinotopic cortex. Human Brain Mapping, 30, 3970-3980. [pdf]

Raemaekers, M., van der Schaaf, M.S., van Ee, R., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2009). Widespread fMRI activity differences between perceptual states in visual rivalry are correlated with differences in observer biases. Brain Research, 1252, 161-171. DEMO [pdf]

Oleksiak, A., Postma, A., van der Ham, I.J., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2009). Temporal dynamics of decisions on spatial categories and distances do not differ. Brain and Cognition, 69, 209-217. [pdf]

van der Ham, I.J.M., Raemaekers, M., van Wezel, R.J.A., Oleksiak, A. and Postma, A. (2009). Categorical and coordinate spatial relations in working memory: An fMRI study. Brain Research, 1252, 161-171. [pdf]

Klink, P.C., van Ee, R., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2008). General validity of Levelt's propositions reveals common computational mechanisms for visual rivalry. PLoS ONE, 3(10):e3473. [link] [pdf]

Klink, P.C., van Ee, R., Nijs, M.M., Brouwer, G.J., Noest, A.J. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2008). Early interactions between neuronal adaptation and voluntary control determine perceptual choices in bistable vision. Journal of Vision, 8(5):16, 1-18. DEMO [link] [pdf]

Kourtzi, Z., Krekelberg, B., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2008). Linking form and motion in the primate brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 12, 6, 230-236. [link] [pdf]

Lorteije, J.A.M., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van der Smagt, M.J. (2008). Disentangling neural structures for processing high- and low-speed visual motion. European Journal of Neuroscience, 27, 2341-2353. [link] [pdf]

Duijnhouwer, J. , van Wezel, R.J.A., and van den Berg, A.V. (2008). The role of motion capture in an illusory transformation of optic flow fields. Journal of Vision, 8(4):27, 1-18. [link] [pdf]

Noest, A.J., van Ee, R., Nijs, M.M. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2007). Percept choice sequences driven by interrupted ambiguous stimuli: A low level neural model. Journal of Vision, 7(8):10, 1-14 , DEMO [link] [pdf]

Lorteije, J.A.M., Kenemans, J.L., Jellema, T., van der Lubbe, R.H.J., Lommers, M.W., and 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. [link] [pdf]

Kamphuisen, A.P., van Wezel, R.J.A. and van Ee, R. (2007). Inter-ocular transfer of stimulus cueing in dominance selection at the onset of binocular rivalry. Vision Research, 47, 1142-1144. [link] [pdf]

Raemaekers, M., Vink, M., Zandbelt, B., van Wezel, R.J.A., Kahn, R.S. and Ramsey, N.F. (2007). Test-retest reliability of fMRI activation during prosaccades and antisaccades. NeuroImage, 36, 532-542. [link] [pdf]

van der Ham, C.J.M., van Wezel, R.J.A., Oleksiak, A. and Postma, A. (2007). The time course of hemispheric differences in categorical and coordinate spatial processing. Neuropsychologia, 45, 2492-2498. [link] [pdf]

Krekelberg, B., van Wezel, R.J.A., and Albright, T.A. (2006). Interactions between speed and contrast tuning in MT: implications for the neural code for speed. Journal of Neuroscience. 26, 8988-8998. DEMO [link] [pdf]

Beintema, J.A., Oleksiak, A. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2006). The influence of biological motion perception on structure-from-motion interpretations at different speeds. Journal of Vision, 6, 712-726.  [link] [pdf]

Krekelberg, B., Boynton, G.M. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2006). Adaptation: from single cells to BOLD signals. Trends in Neurosciences, 29, 250-256. [link] [pdf]

Lorteije, J.A.M., Kenemans, J.L., Jellema, T., van der Lubbe, R.H.J., de Heer, F. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2006). Delayed response to animate implied motion in human motion processing areas. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18, 1-11. [link] [pdf]

Krekelberg, B., van Wezel, R.J.A., and Albright, T.A. (2006). Adaptation in MT reduces perceived speed and improves speed discrimination. Journal of Neurophysiology, 95, 255-270. [link] [pdf]

Duijnhouwer, J., Beintema, J.A., van den Berg, A.V. and van Wezel, R.J.A. An illusory transformation of optic flow fields without local motion interactions (2006). Vision Research, 46, 439-443. [link] [pdf]

Perge, J.A., Borghuis, B.G., Bours, R.J.E., Lankheet, M.J.M. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2005). Temporal dynamics of direction tuning in motion sensitive area MT. Journal of Neurophysiology. 93. 2104-2116  DEMO [link][pdf]

Perge, J.A. Borghuis, B., Bours, R.J.E., Lankheet, M.J.M. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2005). Dynamics of directional selectivity in MT receptive field center and surround. European Journal of Neuroscience. 20, 2049-2058.  DEMO [link][pdf]

Hooge, I.Th.C., Over, E.A.B., van Wezel, R.J.A., and Frens, M.A. (2005). Inhibition of return is not a foraging facilitator in saccadic search and free viewing. Vision Research, 45, 1901-1908. [link][pdf]

van Wezel, R.J.A. and van der Smagt, M.J. (2003). Motion processing: how low can you go. Current Biology, 13, 840-842. [link][pdf]

Tao, R., Lankheet, M.J.M., van de Grind, W.A., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2003). Velocity dependence of the interocular transfer of dynamic motion afteraffects. Perception, 32, 855-866. [link][pdf]

Borghuis, B.G., Perge, J.A., Vajda, I., van Wezel, R.J.A., van de Grind, W.A., and Lankheet, M.J.M. (2003). The Motion Reverse Correlation (MRC)– method: A linear systems approach in the motion domain. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 123(2), 153-166 DEMO [link][pdf]

Britten K.H., and van Wezel R.J.A. (2002) Area MST and Heading Perception. Cerebral Cortex, 12(7):692-701. [link][pdf]

van Wezel, R.J.A., and Britten, K.H. (2002). Motion adaptation in area MT. Journal of Neurophysiology, 88: 3469-3476. [link][pdf]

van Wezel, R.J.A., and Britten K.H. (2002) Multiple uses of visual motion. The case for stability in sensory cortex. Neuroscience, 111(4):739-759 [link][pdf]

Verstraten, F.A.J., Hooge, I.T.C., Culham, J., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2001). Systematic eye movements do not account for the perception of motion during attentive tracking. Vision Research, 41, 3505-3511. [link][pdf]

Britten, K.H., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (1998). Electrical microstimulation of extrastriate area MST biases heading perception. Nature Neuroscience, 1, 59-63. [link][pdf]
Commentary on our paper by A. Grunewald (1998). Stimulating thoughts about heading perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2, 7, 239-239. [link][pdf]

Gaudiano, P., Przybyszewski, A.W., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van de Grind, W.A. (1998). Spatial asymmetry in retinal ganglion cell responses. Biological Cybernetics, 79, 151-159. [link][pdf]

van Wezel, R.J.A., Fredericksen, R.E., Verstraten, F.A.J., Lankheet, M.J.M., and van de Grind, W.A. (1997). Responses of complex cells in area 17 to apparent motion of random pixel arrays. Vision Research, 37, 839-852. [link][pdf]

van de Grind, W.A., Lankheet, M.J.M., van Wezel, R.J.A., Rowe, M.H., and Hulleman, J. (1996). Gain control and hyperpolarisation level in horizontal cells as a function of light and dark adaptation. Vision Research, 36, 3969-3985 . [link][pdf]

Lankheet, M.J.M., Rowe, M.H., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van de Grind, W.A. (1996). Spatial and temporal properties of horizontal cells after prolonged dark adaptation. Vision Research, 36, 3955-3967. [link][pdf]

Verstraten, F.A.J., Fredericksen, R.E., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van de Grind, W.A. (1996). Directional motion sensitivity under transparent motion conditions. Vision Research, 36, 2333-2336. DEMO [link][pdf]

van Wezel, R.J.A., Lankheet, M.J.M., Verstraten, F.A.J., Marée, A.F.M., and van de Grind, W.A. (1996). Responses of complex cells in area 17 to bi-vectorial transparent motion. Vision Research, 36, 2805-2813. DEMO [link][pdf]

Lankheet, M.J.M., Rowe, M.H., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van de Grind, W.A. (1996). Horizontal cell sensitivity during prolonged dark adaptation. Visual Neuroscience, 13, 885-896. [link][pdf]

Verstraten, F.A.J., Fredericksen, R.E., van Wezel, R.J.A., Lankheet, M.J.M., and van de Grind, W.A. (1996). Recovery from adaptation for dynamic and static motion aftereffects: Evidence for two mechanisms. Vision Research, 36, 421-424. [link][pdf]

van Wezel, R.J.A., Verstraten F.A.J., Fredericksen, R.E., and van de Grind W.A. (1994). Spatial integration in coherent motion detection and in the movement aftereffect. Perception, 23, 1189-1195. DEMO [link][pdf]

Lankheet, M.J.M., van Wezel, R.J.A., Prickaerts, J.H.H.J., and van de Grind, W.A. (1993). The dynamics of light adaptation in horizontal cell responses. Vision Research, 33, 1153-1171. [link][pdf]

Lankheet, M.J.M., van Wezel, R.J.A., andvan de Grind, W.A. (1991). Light adaptation and frequency transfer properties of horizontal cells. Vision Research, 31, 1129-1142. [link][pdf]

Lankheet, M.J.M., van Wezel, R.J.A., and van de Grind, W.A. (1991). Effects of background illumination on horizontal cell responses. Vision Research, 31, 919-932. [link][pdf]

Dissertations of PhD students

Schwab, B. (2016). Do gap junctions regulate synchrony in the parkinsonian basal ganglia? Promoters: van Gils and van Wezel.

Rietdijk, C. (2016). Toll-like receptors on enteric neurons: relevance for Parkinson’s disease. Promoters: Garssen and van Wezel, Co-promoter: Kraneveld.

Wieringa, P. (2014). Heterogeneous scaffold designs for selective neural regeneration. Promoter: van Wezel. Promoter: van Wezel, Co-promoter: Moroni.

Duijnhouwer, J. (2013). Studies on the rotation problem in self-motion perception. Promoters: van Wezel and van Opstal. Co-promoters van den Berg and Noest.

Klink, P.C. (2011). Neural Mechanisms of context-driven conscious visual perception. Promoters: van Wezel, van den Berg. Co-promoters: Lankheet, van Ee

van der Ham, I.J.M. (2010). Thinking left and right. Neurocognitive studies on spatial relation processing. Promoters: Postma, van Wezel.

Oleksiak, A. (2010). Spatial information processing in humans and monkeys. Promoters: van Wezel, Postma, van den Berg.

Bours, R.J.E. (2010). Mechanisms underlying low-level motion processing in the visual system of human and non-human primates. Promoters: van Leeuwen and van Wezel. Co-promoter: Lankheet.

Lorteije, J.A.M. (2006). Processing of real and implied motion. Thesis, Utrecht University, Utrecht. Promoters: van den Berg and Kenemans. Co-promoters: van Wezel and Jellema.

Perge, J.A. (2005). Cortical mechanisms of visual motion integration. Thesis, Utrecht University, Utrecht. Promoter: van den Berg. Co-promoters: van Wezel and Lankheet.

van Wezel, R.J.A. (1996). Aspects of visual motion processing: single cell recordings in area 17 and human psychophysics. Thesis, Utrecht University. Promoter: van de Grind. Co-promoter: Lankheet.


Publications in Dutch

Lankheet, M.J.M. and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2008). Van zenuwcel tot hersengebied: de structuur van het brein. In "Het brein te kijk", 4th edition. Editors: F. Wijnen and F. Verstraten. Harcourt Assessment BV. ISBN 9789026518072. [link]

van Wezel, R.J.A., Kupper, F. (2002). “Bewustworden van beweging”. Neuropraxis, 6,4 , 106-110. [link][pdf]


Edited Volume

Sterck, E.H.M., Begeer, S., Cuperus, J.M., and van Wezel, R.J.A. (2010). Theory of Mind: Specialized capacity or emergent property? Special issue of the European Journal of Developmental Psychology 7(1).