van den Brink, RL, Hagena, K, WIlming, N, Murphy, PR, Büchel, C, & Donner, TH. (2023). Flexible sensory-motor mapping rules manifest in correlated variability of stimulus and action codes across the brain. Neuron, 111:571-584 [manuscript] [data and code]

Pfeffer, T, Ponce-Alvarez, A, Tsetsos, K, Meindertsma, T, Gahnström, C, van den Brink, RL, Nolte, G, Engel, AK, Deco, G, & Donner, TH. (2021). Circuit mechanisms for the chemical modulation of cortex-wide network interactions and behavioral variability. Science Advances, 7(29):eabf5620. [manuscript] [supplement] [data and code]

van den Brink, RL, Murphy, PR, Desender, K, de Ru, N, & Nieuwenhuis, S. (2021). Temporal expectation hastens sensory encoding but does not affect evidence quality. Journal of Neuroscience. 41(1):130–143 [manuscript] [data] [code]

Gao, R, van den Brink, RL, Pfeffer, T, & Voytek, B. (2020). Neuronal timescales are functionally dynamic and shaped by cortical microarchitecture. eLife. 9:e61277 [manuscript] [reviews] [data and code]

van den Brink, RL, Pfeffer, T, & Donner, TH. (2019). Brainstem modulation of large-scale intrinsic cortical activity correlations. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 13:340. [manuscript]

Reteig, LC, van den Brink, RL, Prinssen, S, Cohen, MX, Slagter, HA. (2019). Sustaining attention for a prolonged period of time increases temporal variability in cortical responses. Cortex, 117:16-32. [manuscript] [data and code]

van den Brink, RL, Nieuwenhuis, S, & Donner, TH. (2018). Amplification and suppression of distinct brainwide activity patterns by catecholamines. Journal of Neuroscience, 38(34):7476-7591. [manuscript] [code] [editorial] [commentary]

Shine, JM, van den Brink, RL, Hernaus, D, Nieuwenhuis, S, & Poldrack, RA. (2018). Catecholaminergic manipulation alters dynamic network topology across cognitive states. Network Neuroscience, 5:1-41. [manuscript] [supplement]

van den Brink, RL. (2017). Catecholamine function, brain state dynamics, and human cognition. Doctoral thesis, Leiden University. [manuscript]

van den Brink, RL, Nieuwenhuis, S, Eilander, HJ, van Boxtel, GJM, van Luijtelaar, ELJM, & Wijnen, VJM. (2017). Task-free spectral EEG dynamics track and predict patient recovery from severe acquired brain injury. NeuroImage: Clinical, 17:43-52. [manuscript] [supplement]

Warren, CM., van den Brink, RL, Nieuwenhuis, S, & Bosch, JA. (2017). Norepinephrine transporter blocker atomoxetine increases salivary alpha amylase. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 78:233-236. [manuscript] [supplement]

van den Brink, RL, Murphy, PR, & Nieuwenhuis, S. (2016). Pupil diameter tracks lapses of attention. PLoS ONE, 10(11): e0165274. [manuscript] [data]

van den Brink, RL, Pfeffer, T, Warren, CM, Murphy, PR, Tona, KD, van der Wee, NJ, Giltay, EJ, van Noorden, MS, Rombouts, SARB, Donner, TH, & Nieuwenhuis, S. (2016). Catecholaminergic neuromodulation shapes intrinsic MRI functional connectivity in the human brain. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(30):7865-7876. [manuscript]

Warren, CM, Eldar, E, van den Brink, RL, Tona, KD, van der Wee, NJ, Giltay, EJ, van Noorden, MS, Bosch, JA, Wilson, RC, Cohen, JD, & Nieuwenhuis, S. (2016). Norepinephrine-mediated increases in gain enhance the precision of cortical representations. Journal of Neuroscience, 36(21):5699-5708. [manuscript]

van den Brink, R.L., Wynn, S.C., & Nieuwenhuis, S. (2014). Post-error slowing as a consequence of disturbed low-frequency oscillatory phase entrainment. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(33):11096-11105. [manuscript]

van den Brink, RL, Cohen, MX, van der Burg, E, Talsma, D, Vissers, ME, & Slagter, HA. (2014). Subcortical, modality-specific pathways contribute to multisensory processing in humans. Cerebral Cortex, 24(80):2169–2177. [manuscript] [supplement]