Publications


de Gee JW, Mridha Z, Hudson M, Shi Y, Ramsaywak H, Smith S, Karediya N, Thompson M, Jaspe K, Zhang W & McGinley MJ. Strategic stabilization of arousal boosts sustained attention. Current Biology, (in press). [url]

Nuiten SA, de Gee JW, Zantvoort J, Fahrenfort JJ & van Gaal S. 2024. Pharmacological elevation of catecholamine levels improves perceptual decisions, but not metacognitive insight. eNeuro, (in press).

Hebisch J, Ghassemieh A, Zhecheva E, Brouwer M, van Gaal S, Schwabe L, Donner TH* & de Gee JW*. Task-irrelevant stimuli reliably boost phasic pupil-linked arousal but do not affect decision formation. bioRxiv. [url]

Zou J, de Gee JW, Mridha Z, Trinh S, Erskine A, Jing M, Yao J, Walker S, Li Y, McGinley MJ & Hires SA. Goal-directed motor actions drive acetylcholine dynamics in sensory cortex. eLife, RP96931. [url]

Beerendonk L*, Mejías JF*, Nuiten SA, de Gee JW, Fahrenfort JJ & van Gaal S. 2024. A disinhibitory circuit mechanism explains a general principle of peak performance during mid-level arousal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 121(50), e2312898121. (*=Equal contribution) [pdf]

Nuiten SA, de Gee JW, Fahrenfort JJ & van Gaal S. 2023. Catecholaminergic neuromodulation and selective attention jointly shape perceptual decision making. eLife, 12:RP87022. [pdf]

Mazancieux A, Mauconduit F, Amadon A, de Gee JW, Donner TH & Meyniel F. 2023. Brainstem fMRI signaling of surprise across different types of deviant stimuli. Cell Reports, 42, 113405. [pdf]

Bruel BM*, Katopodis VG*, de Vries R*, Donner TH, McGinley MJ & de Gee JW. 2022. Auditory accessory stimulus boosts pupil-linked arousal and reduces choice bias. bioRxiv (*=Equal contribution) [url]

Colizoli O, de Gee JW, van der Zwaag W & Donner TH. 2022. Functional magnetic resonance imaging responses during perceptual decision-making at 3 and 7 T in human cortex, striatum, and brainstem. Human Brain Mapping, 1-15. [pdf]

de Gee JW*, Correa MC*, Weaver M, Donner TH & van Gaal S. 2021. Pupil dilation and the slow wave ERP reflect surprise about choice outcome resulting from intrinsic variability in decision confidence. Cerebral Cortex, 31 (7), 3565-3578. (*=Equal contribution) [pdf]

Mridha Z*, de Gee JW*, Shi Y, Alkashgari R, Williams J, Suminski A, Ward MP, Zhang W & McGinley MJ. 2021. Graded recruitment of pupil-linked neuromodulation by parametric stimulation of the vagus nerve. Nature Communications, 12(1), 1-14. (*=Equal contribution) [pdf]

de Gee JW, Tsetsos K, Schwabe L, Urai AE, McCormick DA, McGinley MJ* & Donner TH*. 2020. Pupil-linked phasic arousal predicts a reduction of choice bias across species and decision domains. eLife, 9, e54014. (*=Equal contribution) [pdf]

Urai AE, de Gee JW, Tsetsos K & Donner TH. 2019. Choice history biases subsequent evidence accumulation. eLife, 8, e46331. [pdf]

Kloosterman NA, de Gee JW, Werkle-Bergner M, Garrett DD* & Fahrenfort JJ*. 2019. Humans strategically shift decision bias by flexibly adjusting sensory evidence accumulation. eLife, 8, e37321. (*=Equal contribution) [pdf]

Colizoli O, de Gee JW, Urai AE & Donner TH. 2018. Task-evoked pupil responses reflect internal belief states. Scientific Reports, 8:13702. [pdf]

de Gee JW, Colizoli O, Kloosterman NA, Knapen T, Nieuwenhuis S & Donner TH. 2017. Dynamic modulation of decision biases by brainstem arousal systems. eLife, 6, e23232. [pdf]

Knapen T*, de Gee JW*, Brascamp J, Nuiten S, Hoppenbrouwers SS & Theeuwes J. 2016. Cognitive and ocular factors jointly determine pupil responses under equiluminance. PLoS ONE, 11(5), e0155574. (*=Equal contribution) [pdf]

de Gee JW, Knapen T & Donner TH. 2014. Decision-related pupil dilation reflects upcoming choice and individual bias. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 111(5), E618-E625. [pdf]

PhD thesis


de Gee JW. 2019. Neuromodulatory shaping of decision computations. [pdf]