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Anton van Boxtel
Anton van Boxtel
Associate Professor, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands
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Committee report: Guidelines for human startle eyeblink electromyographic studies
TD Blumenthal, BN Cuthbert, DL Filion, S Hackley, OV Lipp, A van Boxtel
Psychophysiology 42 (1), 1-15, 2005
13722005
Facial EMG as a tool for inferring affective states
A Van Boxtel
Proceedings of measuring behavior 2010, 2010
3532010
Optimal signal bandwidth for the recording of surface EMG activity of facial, jaw, oral, and neck muscles
A van Boxtel
Psychophysiology 38 (01), 22-34, 2001
3322001
Verbal, facial and autonomic responses to empathy-eliciting film clips by disruptive male adolescents with high versus low callous-unemotional traits
M de Wied, A van Boxtel, W Matthys, W Meeus
Journal of abnormal child psychology 40, 211-223, 2012
3242012
Amplitude and bilateral coherency of facial and jaw-elevator EMG activity as an index of effort during a two-choice serial reaction task
A van Boxtel, M Jessurun
Psychophysiology 30, 589-604, 1993
1891993
Facial EMG responses to dynamic emotional facial expressions in boys with disruptive behavior disorders
M de Wied, A van Boxtel, R Zaalberg, PP Goudena, W Matthys
Journal of Psychiatric research 40 (2), 112-121, 2006
1782006
Optimal EMG signal bandwidth and interelectrode distance for the recording of acoustic, electrocutaneous, and photic blink reflexes
A van Boxtel, AR Boelhouwer, A.J.W., Bos
Psychophysiology 35, 690-697, 1998
1651998
Empathy dysfunction in children and adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders
M de Wied, C Gispen-de Wied, A van Boxtel
European journal of pharmacology 626 (1), 97-103, 2010
1542010
Differential effects of low-frequency depression, vibration-induced inhibition, and posttetanic potentiation on H-reflexes and tendon jerks in the human soleus muscle
A van Boxtel
J Neurophysiol 55, 551-568, 1986
1541986
Changes in electromyogram power spectra of facial and jaw-elevator muscles during fatigue
A van Boxtel, P Goudswaard, GM van der Molen, WE Van Den Bosch
J Appl Physiol 54 (1), 51-8, 1983
1461983
Facial and jaw-elevator EMG activity in relation to changes in performance level during a sustained information processing task
W Waterink, A Van Boxtel
Biological psychology 37 (3), 183-198, 1994
1341994
Skin resistance during square-wave electrical pulses of 1 to 10 mA
A van Boxtel
Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 15, 679-687, 1977
1301977
Motor, affective and cognitive empathy in adolescence: Interrelations between facial electromyography and self-reported trait and state measures
J Van der Graaff, W Meeus, M de Wied, A van Boxtel, PAC van Lier, ...
Cognition and emotion 30 (4), 745-761, 2016
1172016
Facial EMG and heart rate responses to emotion-inducing film clips in boys with disruptive behavior disorders
M de Wied, A van Boxtel, JA Postumus, PP Goudena, W Matthys
Psychophysiology 46, 996-1004, 2009
1102009
Respiratory sinus arrhythmia responses to induced emotional states: effects of RSA indices, emotion induction method, age, and sex
TJM Overbeek, A van Boxtel, JHDM Westerink
Biological psychology 91, 128-141, 2012
892012
Pericranial muscular, respiratory, and heart rate components of the orienting response
JJ Stekelenburg, A van Boxtel
Psychophysiology 39, 707-722, 2002
892002
Respiratory sinus arrhythmia responses to cognitive tasks: effects of task factors and RSA indices
TJM Overbeek, A van Boxtel, JHDM Westerink
Biological psychology 99, 1-14, 2014
772014
Motor unit firing rate during static contraction indicated by the surface EMG power spectrum
A van Boxtel, LRB Schomaker
Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on, 601-609, 1983
751983
Differential EMG activity in subjects with muscle contraction headaches related to mental effort
A van Boxtel, J Roozeveld van der Ven
Headache 17, 233-237, 1978
751978
Influence of motor unit firing statistics on the median frequency of the EMG power spectrum
A van Boxtel, LRB Schomaker
European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology 52 (2 …, 1984
611984
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