Stan Gielen

Scientific Publications


1. J.A.M. van Gisbergen, D.A.Robinson, S.Gielen
    A quantitative analysis of generation of saccadic eye movements by Burst neurons.
    Journal of Neurophysiology, 45, 417-442, 1981.

2. C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.A.M. van Gisbergen, A.J.H.Vendrik
    Characterisation of spatial and temporal properties of monkey LGN-cells.
    Biological Cybernetics, 40, 157-170, 1981.

3. C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.A.M. van Gisbergen, A.J.H.Vendrik
    Reconstruction of cone-system contributions to responses of colour-opponent
    neurons in monkey lateral geniculate. Biological Cybernetics 44, 211-221, 1982.

4. B.M. ter Haar Romeny, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M.Gielen
    Changes in recruitment order of motor units in the human biceps muscle.
    Experimental Neurology 9, 529-534, 1983.

5. M.H.Vincken, C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.J. Denier van der Gon
    Intrinsic and afferent components in apparent muscle stiffness in man.
    Neuroscience 9, 529-534, 1983.

6. C.C.A.M.Gielen, R.A.Schmidt, P.J.M. van den Heuvel
    On the nature of intersensory facilitation of reaction time.
    Perception and Psychophysics 34, 161-168, 1983.

7. R.A.Schmidt, S.C.A.M.Gielen, P.J.M. van den Heuvel
    The locus of intersensory facilitation of reaction time.
    Acta Psychologica, 57, 145-164, 1984.

8. B.M. ter Haar Romeny, J.J.Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M.Gielen
    Relation between location of a motor unit in the human biceps brachii and its critical firing
    level for different tasks. Experimental Neurology, 85, 631-650, 1984.

9. C.C.A.M.Gielen, P.J.M. van den Heuvel, J.J.Denier van der Gon
    Modification of muscle activation patterns during fast goal-directed arm movements.
    Journal of Motor Behavior, 16, 2-19, 1984.

10. M.H.Vincken, C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.J.Denier van der Gon
     Stiffness control of fast goal-directed arm movements.
     Human Movement Science, 3, 269-280, 1984.

11. C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.C.Houk
    Nonlinear viscosity of the human wrist. Journal of Neurophysiology, 52, 553-569, 1984.

12. C.C.A.M.Gielen, P.J.M. van den Heuvel, J.A.M. van Gisbergen
    Coordination of fast eye and arm movements in a tracking task.
    Experimental Brain Research, 56, 154-161, 1984.

13. C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.C.Houk, S.L.Marcus, L.E.Miller
    Nonlinear elastic and viscous properties of the wrist motor servo in man.
    Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 12, 599-620, 1984.

14. R.H.Gooskens, J.Willemse, C.Gielen
    Cerebrospinal fluid dynamics and cerebrospinal fluid infusion in children.
    Part I: A revised method and a review.
    Neuropediatrics: Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Neurosurgery, 16,115-120, 1985.

15. R.H.Gooskens, J.Willemse, C.Gielen
    Cerebrospinal fluid dynamics and cerebrospinal fluid infusion in children.
    Part II: Clinical application of lumbar cerebrospinal fluid infusion in children with
    macrocephaly and normal growth rate of the head circumference.
    Neuropediatrics: Journal of Pediatric Neurology and Neurosurgery, 16, 121-126, 1985.

16. A.C.Sittig, J.J.Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M.Gielen, A.J.M. van Wijk
    The attainment of target position during step-tracking movements despite a shift in initial position.
    Experimental Brain Research, 60, 407-410, 1985.

17. A.C.Sittig, J.J.Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M.Gielen
    Separate control of arm position and velocity demonstrated by vibration of muscle tendon in man.
    Experimental Brain Research, 60, 445-453, 1985.

18. C.C.A.M.Gielen, K. van den Oosten, F. Pull ter Gunne
    Relation between EMG activation patterns and kinematic properties of aimed arm movements.
    Journal of Motor Behavior, 17, 421-442, 1986.

19. C.C.A.M.Gielen, E.J. van Zuylen
    Coordination of arm muscles during flexion and   supination: application of the tensor analysis
    approach. Neuroscience, 17, 527-539, 1986.

20. H.Zelaznik, R.A.Schmidt, S.C.A.M.Gielen
    Kinematic properties of rapid aimed hand movements.
    Journal of Motor Behavior,18, 353-372, 1986.

21. C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.C.Houk
   Simple changes in reflex threshold cannot explain all aspects of rapid voluntary movements.
   Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 9, 605-606, 1986.

21. Gooskens RHJM, Gielen CCAM, Hanlo PW, Willemse JJ.
   Determination of intracranial spaces in children with macrocephaly.
   Pediatric Research (10): 1040-1040, 1986

23. A.C.Sittig, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M.Gielen
   The contribution of afferent information on position and velocity to the control of slow and fast
   human forearm movements. Experimental Brain Research 67,33-40, 1987.

24. van den Berg, B.Mooi, J. van der Meulen, J.J.Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M.Gielen
   Equipment for the quantification of motor performance for clinical purposes.  
   Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, 25, 311-316, 1987.

25. C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.C.Houk.
   A model of the motor servo: incorporating nonlinear spindle receptor and muscle
   mechanical properties. Biological Cybernetics, 57: 217-231, 1987.

26. J.H.P. van der Meulen, R..H.J.M. Gooskens, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Kwantificering van de motorische funktie voor klinische doeleinden
   Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Klinische Fysica, vol. 4, 198-203, 1987.

27. W.N.J.C. van Asten, C.C.A.M.Gielen, M.E.M. de Winkel
   The effect of isoluminant and isochromatic stimuli on latency and amplitude of saccades.
   Vision Research, 28, 827-840,1988.

28. R.H.J.M. Gooskens, C.C.A.M. Gielen, P.W. Hanlo, J.A. Faber, J.Willemse.
   Intracranial spaces in childhood macrocephaly, comparison of length measurements and
   volume calculations. Developmental and Medical Child Neurology, 30, 509-519,1988.

29. R.H.J.M.Gooskens, C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.Willemse.
   The value of estimating pressure volume index in childhood macrocephaly.
   Child's Nervous System, 4: 233-236, 1988.

30. C.C.A.M.Gielen, G.H.F.M. Hesselmans, P.I.M. Johannesma
   Sensory interpretation of neural activity patterns. Mathematical Biosciences, 88, 15-35, 1988.

31. J. van Sonderen, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.J.Denier van der Gon.
   Conditions determining early modification of motor programmes in response to changes in
   target location. Experimental Brain Research, 71,320-328,1988.

32. W.N.J.C. van Asten, C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.J. Denier van der Gon
   Postural movements induced by rotations of visual scenes.
   Journal of the Optical Society of America,A, 5, 1781-1789, 1988.

33. W.N.J.C. van Asten, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.J. Denier van der Gon
   Postural adjustments induced by simulated motion of differently structured environments.
   Experimental Brain Research 73: 371-383, 1988.

34. C.C.A.M. Gielen, L. Ramaekers, E.J. van Zuylen
   Long-latency reflexes as coordinated functional responses.
   Journal of Physiology, 407, 275-292, 1988.

35. A.C.C. Coolen, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Delays in neural networks. Europhysics Letters 7 (3), 281-285, 1988.

36. E.J. van Zuylen, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.J. Denier van der Gon.
   Coordination and inhomogeneous activation of human arm muscles during isometric torques.   
   Journal of Neurophysiology 60, 1523-1548, 1988.

37. H.A.H. Jongen, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Activation of human arm muscles during flexion/extension and supination/pronation tasks:
   a theory on muscle coordination. Biological Cybernetics, 61, 1-9, 1989.

38. H.A.H. Jongen, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Inhomogeneous activation of motoneuronpools as revealed by co-contraction of antagonistic human
   arm muscles. Experimental Brain Research, 75, 555-562, 1989.

39. A.A.M. Tax, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Differences in the activation of m. biceps brachii in the control of slow isotonic movements and isometric
   contractions. Experimental Brain Research, 76: 55-63, 1989.

40. I.H.M. van Stokkum, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   A model for the peripheral auditory nervous system of the grassfrog.
   Hearing Research, 41, 71-86, 1989.

41. C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.J. Denier van der Gon.
   If a particular strategy is used, what aspects of the movement are controlled ?
   The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 218-219, 1989.

42. C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   On neural mechanisms for muscle and reflex partitioning.
   The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 655-656, 1989.

43. C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   If mono- and bi-articular muscles do have a different functional role, is their activation different and
   task dependent ? Human Movement Science, 8, 375-380,1989.

44. J.F. van Sonderen, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.J. Denier van der Gon
   Motor programmes for goal-directed movements are continuously adjusted to changes in target location.
   Experimental Brain Research 78: 139-146, 1989.

45. C.C.A.M. Gielen, W.N.J.C. van Asten.
   Postural responses to simulated moving environments are not invariant for the direction of gaze.
   Experimental Brain Research, 79, 167-174, 1990.

46. J.H.P. van der Meulen, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Mechanisms underlying accuracy in fast goal-directed arm movements in man.
   Journal of Motor Behavior,22, 67-84,1990.

47. C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.J. Denier van der Gon.
   The activation of motor-units in coordinated arm movements in man.
   News in Physiological Sciences, 5, 159-163, 1990.

48. C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.A.M. van Gisbergen.
   The visual guidance of saccades and fast arm movements.
   News in Physiological Sciences, 5, 58-63, 1990.

49. A.A.M.Tax, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M.Gielen, M.Kleyne.
   Differences in central control of m.biceps brachii in movement tasks and force tasks.
   Experimental Brain Research, 79, 138-142, 1990.

50. H. Kappen, C. Gielen
   Neurocomputing in the Netherlands. International Journal of Neurocomputing, 2, 35-38, 1990.

51. C. Gielen.
   Biologische en artificiele neuronale netwerken. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde A56, 6-10, 1990

52. J.H.P van der Meulen, R.H.J.M. Gooskens, J. Willemse, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Arm-tracking performance with and without visual feedback in children and adults: developmental
   changes. Journal of Motor Behavior 22, 386-405, 1990.

53. J.H.P. van der Meulen, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen, R.H.J.M. Gooskens, J. Willemse.
Visuomotor performance of normal and clumsy children. I Fast goal-directed arm movements with and
   without visual feedback. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 33, 40-54, 1991.

54. J.H.P. van der Meulen, J.J. Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen, R.H.J.M. Gooskens, J. Willemse.
   Visuomotor performance of normal and clumsy children. II Arm-tracking with and without visual
   feedback. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 33, 118-129,1991.

55. C. Gielen.
   Forearm, coordination of movements.
   Encyclopedia of Human Biology, Academic Press, pp. 691-699, 1991.

56. J.J. Denier van der Gon, T. Tax, S. Gielen, C. Erkelens.
   Synergism in the control of force and movement of the forearm.
   Reviews in Physiology, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology, 118, 97-124, 1991.

57. T.M. Heskes, S. Gielen
   Retrieval of pattern sequences at variable speeds in a neural network with delays.
   Neural Networks, 5, 145 - 152, 1992.

58. T.M.H. Dijkstra, C.C.A.M. Gielen, B.J.M. Melis.
   Postural responses to stationary and moving scenes as a function of distance to the scene.
   Human Movement Science, 11, 195 - 203, 1992.

59. C.C.A.M. Gielen, G.J. van Ingen Schenau .
   The constrained control of force and position in multi-link manipulators.
   IEEE Trans. Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 22, 1214 - 1219, 1992.

60. L.E. Miller, M. Theeuwen, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   The control of arm pointing movements in three dimensions.
Experimental Brain Research 90, 415 - 426, 1992.

61. J. Duysens, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Spinal integration: from reflexes to perception.
   Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 15, 733 - 734, 1992.

62. K.P. Krommenhoek, A.J. van Opstal, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.A.M. van Gisbergen.
   Remapping of neural activity in the motor colliculus: a neural network study.
   Vision Research, 33, 1287 - 1289, 1993.

63. van Gisbergen J.A.M., Krommenhoek K.P., van Opstal A.J., Gielen C.C.A.M.
   A neural network for the computation of saccadic motor error in the superior colliculus.
   Biomedical Research, 14, Suppl. 1, 59 - 65, 1993.

64. M. Theeuwen, L.E. Miller, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Is the orientation of head and arm coupled during pointing movements ?
   Journal of Motor Behavior, 25, 242‑250, 1993.

65. C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Movement dynamics. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 3, 912 - 916, 1993.

66. T.M. Dijkstra, G. Schöner, C.C.A.M. Gielen .
   Temporal stability of the action-perception cycle for postural control in a moving visual environment.
   Experimental Brain Research 97: 477 - 486, 1994.

67. M. Theeuwen, C. Gielen, L.E. Miller, C. Doorenbosch .
   The relation between surface EMG and recruitment threshold of motor units in human arm muscles for
   isometric contractions in various directions. Experimental Brain Research 98, 488 - 500, 1994.

68. T. Dijkstra, P. Snoeren, C. Gielen.
   Extraction of 3D shape from optic flow.
   Journal of the Optical Society of America (JOSA) A, 11:8, 2184 - 196, 1994.

69. T.M.H. Dijkstra, G. Schöner, M.A. Giese, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Frequency dependence of the action‑perception cycle for postural control in a moving visual environment:
   relative phase dynamics. Biological Cybernetics, 71, 489 - 501, 1994.

70. T.M.H. Dijkstra, P.R. Snoeren, C.C.A.M. Gielen .
   Extraction of 3D shape from optic flow: a geometric approach.
   Proceedings of Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference, Seattle, 1994, 135 - 140, 1994.

71. M. Theeuwen, C.C.A.M. Gielen, L.E. Miller.
   The relative activation of muscles during isometric contractions and low - velocity movements against a load.
   Experimental Brain Research, 101, 493 - 505, 1994.

72. R. Glasius, A. Komoda, S. Gielen.
   Population coding in a neural net for trajectory formation. Network 5, 549 - 563, 1994.

73. A.W.H. Minken, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.A.M. van Gisbergen.
   An alternative 3D interpretation of Hering’s equal-innervation law for version and vergence eye movements.
   Vision Research, 35, 93 - 102, 1995.

74. E. van Oudenaarde, J.W.H. Elvers, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.M.G. Kauer, R.A.B.Oostendorp, J.H.M. van de Straaten.
   Differences and similarities in electrical muscle activity for the abductor pollicis longus muscle divisions.
   Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 5, 57 - 64, 1995.

75. R. Glasius, A. Komoda, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Neural network dynamics for path planning and obstacle avoidance.
   Neural Networks 8, 125 - 134, 1995.

76. T.M.H. Dijkstra, V. Cornilleau-Peres, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J. Droulez.
   Perception of three-dimensional shape from ego- and object-motion: Comparison between small- and
   large-field stimuli. Vision Research 35, 435 - 462, 1995.

77. C.C.A.M. Gielen, B.M. van Bolhuis, M. Theeuwen.
   On the control of biologically and kinematically redundant manipulators.
   Human Movement Science 14, 487‑510, 1995.

78. C.C.A.M. Gielen, B. van Bolhuis.
   Reciprocal and coactivation commands are sufficient to describe muscle activation patterns.
   Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 18, 754 - 755, 1995.

79. V. Cornilleau-Peres, C.C.A.M. Gielen .
   Interactions between self-motion and depth perception in the processing of optic flow.
   Trends in Neuroscience 19, 196 - 201, 1996.

80. M.A. Giese, T.M.H. Dijkstra, G. Schöner, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Identification of the nonlinear state-space dynamics of the action-perception cycle for visually induced
   postural sway. Biological Cybernetics 74, 427 - 437, 1996.

81. C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   "Abnormal" movements: What are they reflections of ?
   The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19, 74 - 75, 1996.

82. R. Glasius, A. Komoda, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   A biologically inspired neural net for trajectory formation and obstacle avoidance.
   Biological Cybernetics 84, 511 - 520, 1996.

83. M. Theeuwen, C.C.A.M. Gielen, B.M. van Bolhuis.
   Estimating the contribution of muscles to joint torque based on motor unit activity.
   Journal of Biomechanics 29, 881 - 890, 1996.

84. C.C.A.M. Gielen, R. Glasius, A. Komoda.
   Interpretation of neuronal activity in neural networks.
   Neurocomputing 12, 249 - 266, 1996.

85. C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Cerebellum does more than recalibration of movements after perturbations.
   The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 448 – 449, 1996.

86. B.M. van Bolhuis, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   The relative activation of elbow-flexor muscles in isometric flexion and in flexion/extension movements.
   Journal of Biomechanics, 30, 803 - 812, 1997.

87. S.J. Schaafsma, J. Duysens, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Responses in ventral intra‑parietal area of awake macaque monkey to optic flow patterns corresponding
   to rotation of planes in depth can be explained by translation and expansion effects.
   Visual Neuroscience, 14, 633-646, 1997.

88. B.M. van Bolhuis, P. Medendorp, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Motor-unit firing behavior in human arm flexor muscles during sinusoidal isometric contractions and
   movements. Experimental Brain Research, 117, 120 – 130, 1997.

89. C.C.A.M. Gielen, E.J. Vrijenhoek, T. Flash and S.F.W. Neggers.
   Arm position constraints during pointing and reaching in 3D space.
   Journal of Neurophysiology, 78, 660 – 673, 1997.

90. R.Glasius, A. Komoda, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   The population vector, an unbiased estimator for non-uniformly distributed neural maps.
   Neural Networks, 10, 981-992, 1997.

91. P. van de Laar, T. Heskes, S. Gielen.
   Task-dependent learning of attention. Neural Networks, 10, 981-992, 1997.

92. C. Gielen.
   How do neuronal and muscle-mechanical properties contribute to the performance of the
   “delta lognormal”. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20, 308-309, 1997.

93. B.M. van Bolhuis, C.C.A.M. Gielen, G.J. van Ingen Schenau.
   Activation patterns of mono- and bi-articular arm muscles as a function of force and movement
   direction of the wrist. J. Physiology, 508, 313-324, 1998.

94. W.P. Medendorp, B.J.M. Melis, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.A.M. van Gisbergen.
   Off-centric rotation axes in natural head movements: implications for vestibular reafference and kinematic
   redundancy. J. Neurophysiol. 79, 2025-2039, 1998.

95. B. van Bolhuis, C. Gielen.
   Coordinatie van bewegingen. Ned. Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 64, 307-311, 1998.

96. M.D. Klein Breteler, R.G.J. Meulenbroek, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Geometric features of workspace and joint-space paths of 3D reaching movements.
   Acta Psychologica 100, 37-53, 1998.

97. C.C.A.M. Gielen, B.M. van Bolhuis.
   Task-dependent reduction of the number of degrees of freedom in sensori-motor tasks.
   Brain Research Reviews, 28, 136-142, 1998.

98. W.P. Medendorp, S. van Asselt, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Pointing to remembered visual targets after active one-step self-displacements within reaching space.
   Experimental Brain Research, 125: 50-60, 1999.

99. S. Gielen.
   What does EMG tell us about muscle function ? Motor Control, 3, 9-11, 1999.

100. Van der Laar, P., Heskes T., Gielen S.
   Partial retraining: a new approach to input relevance determination.
   International Journal of Neural Systems 9, 75-85, 1999.

101. W.P. Medendorp, B.J. Bakker, J.A.M. van Gisbergen, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Human gaze stabilization for voluntary off-centric head rotations.
   Proceedings National Academy of Sciences, 871: 426-429, 1999.

102. B.M. van Bolhuis, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   A comparison of models explaining muscle activation patterns for isometric contractions.
   Biological Cybernetics, 81, 249-262, 1999.

103. W.P. Medendorp, J.A.M. van Gisbergen, M.W.I.M. Horstink, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Donders’ law in torticollis. Journal of Neurophysiology, 82, 2833-2838, 1999.

104. C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Too early to explain all experimental data with a single model.
   Motor Control, 4, 600-63, 2000.

105. L.N. Cornelisse, W.J.J.M. Scheenen, W.J.H. Koopman, E.W. Roubos, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Minimal model for intracellular Calcium oscillations and electrical bursting in Melanotrope cells of
   Xenopus Laevis. Neural Computation, 13, 113-137, 2001.

106. W.P. Medendorp, J.D. Crawford, D.Y.P. Henriques, J.A.M. van Gisbergen, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Kinematic strategies for upper arm-forearm coordination in three dimensions.
   J. Neurophysiol. 84, 2302-2316, 2000.

107. Welter, B. van Bolhuis, C.C.A.M. Gielen, M. Bobbert.
   Relevance of the force-velocity relationship in the activation of mono- and bi-articular muscles in slow
   arm movements in humans. Motor Control, 4, 420-438, 2000.

108. S. McGilloway, R. Cowie, E. Douglas-Cowie, S. Gielen, M. Westerdijk, S. Stroeve.
   Approaching automatic recognition of emotion from voice: a rough benchmark.
   Proceedings of the ISCA workshop on Speech and Emotion. Newcastle, Northern Ireland, pp. 207-212, 2000.

109. N. Keijsers, M. Horstink, J. van Hilten, C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Detection and assessment of the severity of Levodopa induced dyskinesia in patients with Parkinson's
   Disease by Neural Networks. Movement Disorders, 15, 1104-1111, 2000.

110. W.P. Medendorp, J.A.M. van Gisbergen, S. van Pelt, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Context compensation in the vestibulo-ocular reflex during active head rotations.
   Journal of Neurophysiology, 84, 2904-2917, 2000.

111. M.D. Klein Breteler, S.C.A.M. Gielen, R.G.J. Meulenbroek.
   End-point constraints in aiming movements: effects of approach angle and speed.
   Biological Cybernetics, 85, 65-75, 2001.

112. M.A. Admiraal , W.P. Medendorp, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Three-dimensional head and upper arm orientations during kinematically redundant movements.
   Exp. Brain Res. 142: 181-192, 2002.

113. S. Stroeve and C. Gielen
   Correlation between conductance-based integrate-and-fire neurons due to common and synchronous
   presynaptic firing. Neural Computation, 13, 2005-2030, 2001.

114. R. Laeven, C.C.A.M. Gielen, A.M.L. Coenen, and C.M. van Rijn.
   Principal Component Analysis and Gabortransform in analysing burst-suppression EEG under propofol anaesthesia.
  Sleep-wake Research in the Netherlands, 12, 75-80, 2001

115. M.D. Klein Breteler, R.G.J. Meulenbroek, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   An evaluation of the Minimum-Jerk and Minimum Torque-Change principles at the path, trajectory and
   movement-cost levels. Motor Control, 6, 69-83, 2002.

116. L.N. Cornelisse, R.Deumens, J.J.A. Coenen, E.W. Roubos, C.C.A.M. Gielen, D.L. Ypey, B.G. Jenks, W.J.J.M. Scheenen.
   Sauvagine regulates Ca2+ oscillations and electrical membrane activity of melanotrope cells of Xenopus
   laevis. Journal of Neuroendocrinology, 14, 778-787, 2002.

117. L. Pantic, J.J. Torres, H.J. Kappen and C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Associative Memory with dynamic synapses ,
   Neural Computation (2002), 14, 2903-2923, 2002.

118. S. Gabel, H. Misslisch, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J. Duysens,
   Responses of neurons in area VIP to self-induced and external visual motion.
   Experimental Brain Research, 147: 520-528, 2002.

119. W.P. Medendorp, J.A.M. van Gisbergen, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Human gaze stabilization during active head translations.
   Journal of Neurophysiology, 87, 295-304, 2002.

120. F. Hermens and S. Gielen
   Visual and haptic matching of perceived orientations of lines.
   Perception, 32, 235-248, 2003.

121. M.A. Admiraal, N.L.W. Keijsers, and C.C.A.M. Gielen
   The interaction between gaze and pointing towards remembered visual targets.
   J. Neurophysiol., 90, 2136-2148, 2003.

122. D.Y.P. Henriques, W.P. Medendorp, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.D. Crawford
   Geometric computations underlying eye-hand coordination: orientations of the two eyes
   and the head. Exp. Brain Res., 152, 70-78, 2003.

123. N.L.W. Keijsers, M.W.I.M. Horstink, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Movement parameters which distinguish between normal and voluntary movements and
   dyskinesia in patients with Parkinson's Disease. Human Movement Science, 22, 67-89, 2003.

124. N.L.W. Keijsers, M.W.I.M. Horstink, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Automatic assessment of Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesias in Daily Life by Neural Networks.
   Movement Disorders, 18, 70-80, 2003.

125. F. Hermens and S. Gielen.
   Catching oriented objects. Acta Psychologica, 114, 17-39, 2003.

126. N.L.W. Keijsers, T.W.I.M. Horstink, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Online monitoring of dyskinesia in patients with Parkinsons disease.
   IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 22, 96-103, 2003.

127. C.C.A.M. Gielen, S.F. Gabel, J. Duysens.
   Retinal slip during active head motion and stimulus motion.
   Experimental Brain Research 155: 211-219, 2004.

128. M.A. Admiraal, M.J.M.A.M. Kusters, S.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Modeling kinematics and dynamics of human arm movements.
   Motor Control 8, 312-338, 2004.

129. M.A. Admiraal, N.L.W. Keijsers, and C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Gaze affects pointing toward remembered visual targets after a self-initiated step.
   J. Neurophysiol., 92, 2380–2393, 2004.

130. F. Hermens, S. Gielen.
   Posture-based or trajectory-based movement planning: a comparison of direct and indirect
   pointing movements. Experimental Brain Research 159: 340-348, 2004.

131. Kusters, J.M.A.M., Theuvenet, A.P.R., Ypey, D.L. and Gielen, C.C.A.M.
   Coupling of action potential firing and Ca-oscillations in a monolayer of gap junctionally
   coupled NRK fibroblasts. Biophysical Journal 86 (1): 303A-303A Part 2 Suppl. S Jan 2004

132. Henriques, DYP, Medendorp, WP, Gielen, C., Crawford, JD
   Reaching toward remembered targets: The role of internal models and binocular fixation
   Experimental Brain Research 70-78, 2004.

133. Keijsers N.L.W., Admiraal M.A., Cools A.R., Bloem B.R. and Gielen C.C.A.M.
   Differential progression of proprioceptive and visual information processing deficits in Parkinson's disease.
   European Journal of Neuroscience 21(1):239-248, 2005

134. Werner J.H. Koopman, Peter H.G.M. Willems , Arie Oosterhof , Toin H. van Kuppevelt, Stan C.A.M. Gielen .
  
Amplitude modulation of nuclear Ca2+ signals in human skeletal myotubes: A possible role for nuclear Ca2+ buffering.
   Cell Calcium 38, 141–152, 2005

135. J.M.A.M. Kusters, M.M. Dernison, W.P.M. van Meerwijk, D.L.Ypey, A.P.R. Theuvenet and C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Stabilizing role of Calcium store-operated plasma membrane calcium channels in action-potential firing and intracellular calcium oscillations
   Biophysical Journal, 89, 3741-3756, 2005.

136. D.G. Liebermann, A. Biess, J. Friedman, C.C.A.M. Gielen and T. Flash.
   Intrinsic joint kinematic planning –I : Reassessing the Listing’s law constraint in the control of three-dimensional arm movements.
   Experimental Brain Research, 171, 139-154, 2006.

137. D.G. Liebermann, A. Biess, C.C.A.M. Gielen and T. Flash.
   Intrinsic joint kinematic planning –II   Hand-path predictions based on a Listing’s plane constraint
   Experimental Brain Research, 171, 155-173, 2006.

138. L. A. Mrotek, C.C.A.M. Gielen and M. Flanders.
   Manual Tracking in Three Dimensions
    Experimental Brain Research, 171, 99 - 115 , 2006.

139. M. Flanders, L. A. Mrotek and C.C.A.M. Gielen.
   Planning and Drawing Complex Shapes
    Experimental Brain Research, 171, 116 - 128 , 2006.

140. Hermens, F., Kappers, A.M.L., & Gielen, S. C.A.M.
   The structure of fronto-parallel haptic space is task dependent.
   Perception & Psychophysics, 68 (1): 62-75 , 2006

141. M. Zeitler, P. Fries, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   
Assessing neuronal coherence with single unit, multi-unit and local field potentials.
   
Neural Computation, 18, 2256–2281,2006.

142. Keijsers NLW, Horstink MWIM, Gielen SCAM
    Ambulatory motor assessment in Parkinson's disease
    Movement Disorders 21 (1): 34-44, 2006

143. Marinazzo D., Kappen H.J., Gielen S.C.A.M.
   Input-driven oscillations in networks with excitatory and inhibitory neurons with dynamic synapses
   Neural Computation, 19, 1739–1765, 2007

144. Kusters J.M.A.M., Cortes J.M., van Meerwijk W.P.M., Ypey D.L., Theuvenet A.P.R., Gielen C.C.A.M.
   Hysteresis and bi-stability in a realistic cell-model for calcium oscillations and action potential firing.Physical Review Letters, 98, 098107, 2007.

145. Oude Nijhuis L.B., Janssen L., Bloem B.B., van Dijk J.G., Gielen S.C., Borm G.F., and Overeem S.
   Choice reaction times for human head rotations are shortened by startling acoustic stimuli, irrespective of stimulus direction.
   Journal of Physiology (London), 584 (1): 97-109, 2007

146. Oude Nijhuis, L.B., Janssen, L., Bloem, B.R., Dijk, J.G. van, Gielen, C.C.A.M., Borm, G.F. & Overeem, S.
   Choice reaction times for human head rotations are shortened by startling acoustic stimuli, irrespective of stimulus direction.
   Clinical Neurophysiology, 118(12), 2824-2825, 2007.

147. M Zeitler, P Fries and S Gielen
   Biased competition through variations in amplitude of gamma-oscillations.
   J. Computational Neuroscience, 25 : 89-107 , 2008.

148. J.M.A.M. Kusters, W.P.M. van Meerwijk, D.L.Ypey, A.P.R. Theuvenetand C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Fast calcium wave propagation mediated by electrically conducted excitation and boosted by CICR
   American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology,294 : C917-C930, 2008.

149. M.M. Dernison, J.M.A.M. Kusters, P.H.J. Peters, W.P.M. van Meerwijk, D.L.Ypey, C.C.A.M. Gielen, E.J.J. van Zoelen, A.P.R. Theuvenet
   Spatial induction of periodic pacemaking activity in homogenous monolayer of electrically coupled NRK fibroblasts.
   Cell Calcium, 44, 429-440, 2008.

150. S. Gielen.
   Fysica van levensprocessen. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 74, 80-81, 2008

151. S. Gielen, M. van Putten.
   Dynamica van het brein. Ned. Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde, 74, 204-208, 2008.

152. C. C.A.M. Gielen, Tjeerd M.H. Dijkstra, Irene J. Roozen and Joke Welten.
   Coordination of gaze and hand movements for tracking and tracing in 3D.
   Cortex 45: 340 – 355, 2009

153. M.Zeitler, A. Daffertshofer and C.C.A.M. Gielen,
   Asymmetry in pulse-coupled oscillators with delay.
   Physical Review E 79, 065203 (R), 1-4, 2009.

154. S. Gielen,
   Review of Models for the Generation of Multi-Joint Movements in 3-D.
   Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 629: 523-550, 2009

155. S. Gielen,
   Bridging of models for complex movements in 3D.
   J Progress in Motor Control, 479-483, 2009

156. P.A.M. van den Hurk, F. Giommi, S.C. Gielen, A.E.M. Speckens, and H.P. Barendregt.
   Greater efficiency in attentional processing related to mindfulness meditation.
   The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63 (6), 1168–1180, 2010

157. M. van Gerven, J. Farquhar, R. Schaefer, R. Vlek, J. Geuze, A. Nijholt, N. Ramsey, P. Haselager, L. Vuurpijl, S. Gielen, P. Desain.
   The Brain-Computer Interface Cycle.
   Journal of Neural Engineering 6, 041001 ,2009.

158. Christoph Börgers, Martin Krupa, and Stan Gielen
   The response of classical Hodgkin-Huxley neurons to an inhibitory input pulse.
   Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 28, (3) 509-526, 2010

159. M.M. Dernison, W.H.M.A. Almirza, J.M.A.M. Kusters, W.P.M. van Meerwijk, C.C.A.M. Gielen, E.J.J. van Zoelen, A.P.R. Theuvenet
Growth-dependent Modulation of Capacitative Calcium Entry in Normal Rat Kidney Fibroblasts.
   Cellular Signalling, 22 (2010) 1044–1053.

160. S. Gielen, M. Krupa, M. Zeitler.
   Gamma oscillations as a mechanism for selective information transmission.
   Biological Cybernetics, 103:151–165, 2010

161. M. Severens, J. Farquhar, P. Desain, J. Duysens, C. Gielen.
   Transient and steady-state responses to mechanical stimulation of different fingers reveal
   interactions based on lateral inhibition.
   Clinical Neurophysiology, 121 (2010) 2090–2096.

162. P. A.M. van den Hurk, B.H. Janssen, F. Giommi, H. P. Barendregt, S. C. Gielen. Mindfulness meditation associated with alterations in bottom-up processing: Psychophysiological evidence for reduced reactivity. International Journal of Psychophysiology 78 (2010) 151–157.

163. R J Vlek, R S Schaefer, C C A M Gielen, J D R Farquhar and P Desain.
   Sequenced subjective accents for Brain-Computer Interfaces.
   Journal of Neural Engineering 8(3), Article Number: 036002, 2011

164. R.J. Vlek, R.S. Schaefer, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.D.R. Farquhar, P. Desain.
   Shared mechanisms in perception and imagery of auditory accents.
   Clinical Neurophysiology, 122 (8),1526-1532, 2011

165. C. E. J. Dieteren, S. C. A. M. Gielen, L. G. J. Nijtmans, J. A. M. Smeitink, H. G. Swarts,
   R. Brock, P. H. G. M. Willems, and W. J. H. Koopman.
   Solute diffusion is hindered in the mitochondrial matrix.
   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108 (21): 8657-8662, 2011.

166. Tramper JJ, Gielen CCAM.
   Visuomotor Coordination Is Different for Different Directions in Three-Dimensional Space .
   The Journal of Neuroscience 31 (21): 7857-7866, 2011

167. J.J. Tramper, B. van den Broek, W. Wiegerinck, H.J. Kappen, S. Gielen.
   Time-Integrated Position Error Accounts for Sensorimotor Behavior in Time-Constrained Tasks.
   PLoS One, Volume 7 ( 3 ) e33724, 2012.

168. A.Viriyopase, I. Bojak, M. Zeitler, S Gielen.
   When long-range zero-lag synchronization is feasible in cortical networks.
   Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 6,1-22, 2012

169. E. Spaak, M. Zeitler, S. Gielen.
   Hippocampal theta modulation of neocortical spike times and gamma rhythm: a biophysical model study.
   PLoS One 7 (10) e45688, 1-16, 2012.

170. J.J. Tramper, A. Lamont, M. Flanders, S. Gielen.
   Gaze is driven by an internal goal trajectory in a visuo-motor task.
   European Journal of Neuroscience 37: 1112-1119, 2013.

171. L. Roijendijk, J. Farquhar, M. van Gerven, O. Jensen, S. Gielen.
   Exploring the impact of target eccentricity and task difficulty on covert visual spatial attention and its implications for brain computer interfacing.
   PLoS One 8 (12) e80489, 2013

172. M. Krupa, S. Gielen, B. Gutkin.
   Adaptation and shunting inhibition leads to pyramidal/interneuron gamma with sparse firing of pyramidal cells.
   Journal of Computational Neuroscience 37(2): 357-376, 2014

173. L. Roijendijk, J. Farquhar, S. Gielen.
   Classifying regularised sensor covariance matrices: an alternative to CSP.
IEEE in Transactions on Neural Systems & Rehabilitation Engineering, 24, 893-900, 2016.

174. S. Gielen
    Stimulus detection, identification and response preparation: what the arm can learn from the eye.
   Motor Control, 20, 195-199, 2016.

175. A. Viriyopase, R.-M. Memmesheimer, S. Gielen
    Cooperation and competition of gamma oscillation mechanisms. Journal of Neurophysiology, 116: 232-251, 2016.

176. A. Viriyopase, R-M Memmesheimer, and S. Gielen Analyzing the competition of gamma rhythms with delayed pulse-coupled oscillators in phase representation. Phys. Rev. E 98, 022217 – Published 20 August 2018


Books and book chapters

1. J.A.M. van Gisbergen. S.Gielen, H.Cox, J.Bruyns, H.K.Schaars. Relation between metrics of saccades and stimulus trajectory in visual target tracking: Implications for models of the saccadic system. In: Progress in Oculomotor Research (Fuchs and Becker Eds.) Elsevier North-Holland, pp19-27, 1981.

2. M.H.Vincken, C.C.A.M.Gielen, J.J.Denier van der Gon, B.M. ter Haar Romeny Afferent contributions to postural tasks. In: Huiskes R., van Campen D. en de Wijn J (Eds) Biomechanics: Principles and Applications. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague, pp 149-154, 1982.

3. S.C.A.M.Gielen, E.J. van Zuylen, J.J. Denier van der Gon. Coordination of arm muscles in simple motor tasks. In: International Series on Biomechanics, Vol. 7A. Editors G. de Groot, A.P. Hollander, P.A. Huying, G.J. van Ingen Schenau. Free University Press, Amsterdam 1988, p. 155-166.

4. J.H.P. van der Meulen, J.J.Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen. Mechanisms underlying accuracy in fast goal-directed arm movements in man. In: Electrophysiological Kinesiology Eds. Wallinga, Boom and de Vries, Elsevier 1988, p. 25-28.

5. A.A.M.Tax, J.J.Denier van der Gon, C.C.A.M. Gielen . Remarkable differences in motor-unit activation during slow isotonic movements and isometric contractions. In: Electrophysiological Kinesiology Eds. Wallinga, Boom and de Vries, Elsevier 1988, p. 39-42.

6. C.C.A.M. Gielen, A.C.C. Coolen Self-organization in neural networks underlying the coordination of movements. In: Neural Networks: from Models to Applications.Eds. L. Personnaz & G. Dreyfus, IDSET Paris, p.78-87, 1989

7. C. Gielen, K. Krommenhoek, J. van Gisbergen. A procedure for self-organized sensor-fusion in topologically ordered maps. Intelligent Autonomous Systems 2, Eds.: T. Kanade, F.C.A. Groen, L.O Hertzberger, pp. 417-423, 1989.

8. C. Gielen, R. Glasius. Coordination of movements by self-organized neural networks. Intelligent Autonomous Systems 2, Eds.: T. Kanade, F.C.A. Groen, L.O Hertzberger, pp. 275-283, 1989.

9. S. Gielen, G.J. van Ingen Schenau, T. Tax, M. Theeuwen. The activation of mono- and bi-articular muscles in multi-joint movements. In: Multiple Muscle Systems, Eds. J. Winters & S.L.-Y. Woo. Elsevier, New York, 1990, p. 302-311.

10. T. Heskes, B. Kappen, S. Gielen. Neural Networks learning in a changing environment. In: Artificial Neural Networks. T. Kohonen, K. Makisara, O. Simula, J. Kangas (Eds.) North Holland, Amsterdam, p. 15-20, 1991.

11. C.C.A.M. Gielen. Neuronal information processing in motor control. Proceedings of IEEE/PRORISC Symposium on Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing, pp. 57-58, 1991.

12. C.C.A.M. Gielen. The role of internal representation in the control of fast arm and eye movements. In:Movement Control, An interdisciplinary forum. B. Jacobs & E.I. Rikkert (Eds.) VU University Press, Amsterdam, 1991, pp. 3-31.

13. T.M.H. Dijkstra, C.C.A.M. Gielen, B.J.M. Melis. Postural responses to stationary and moving scenes as a function of distance to the scene. In: Sequencing and Timing of Human Movement. Eds. A.J.W.M. Thomassen, D.A. Rosenbaum, P.C.W. van Wieringen. North - Holland, Amsterdam, 1992. pp. 195 - 203.

14. K.P. Krommenhoek, A.J. van Opstal, C.C.A.M. Gielen, J.A.M. van Gisbergen.
   A neural network study on the role of efference copy feedback in the generation of the collicular motor map. In: Artificial Neural Systems, I. Alexander & J. Taylor (Eds.) Elsevier Science Publishers, pp. 483 - 486, 1992.

15. L.E. Miller, C.C.A.M. Gielen, M. Theeuwen, C. Doorenbosch. The activation of mono- and bi- articular muscles in multi- joint movements. In: Control of Arm Movement in Space. R. Caminiti, P.B. Johnson,Y. Burnod (Eds.) Experimental Brain Research Series 22, Springer Verlag,1992. pp. 1 - 15.

16. C.C.A.M. Gielen. Learning and interpretation of weights in neural networks.
   In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks. M. Marinaro and P. Morasso (Eds.), Springer Verlag, London, pp. 721 – 726, 1992.

17. J.H.J. Allum, F. Honegger, E. Brinkhuis, S.C.A.M. Gielen . Head and trunk stabilization strategies in normals and subjects with absent vestibular function. In: Vestibular and Brain Stem Control of Eye, Head, and Body Movements. H. Shimazu and Y. Shinoda (Eds.) Japan Scientific Societies Press, Tokyo/S. Karger, Basel, pp. 451 - 464, 1992.

18. A.A.M. Tax, C.C.A.M. Gielen. New aspects of human muscle coordination as revealed by motor-unit studies. In Progress in Brain Research Vol. 97, J.H.J. Allum, D.J. Allum-Mecklenburg, F.P. Harris, R. Probst (Eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, pp. 153 - 159, 1993.

19. C Gielen en B. Kappen (Eds.) Proceedings of International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks. Springer Verlag, London, 1993.

20. T.M.H. Dijkstra, E. Argante, C.C.A.M. Gielen . Motion parallax from catastrophies in scale-space. Proceedings of International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, Gielen and Kappen (Eds.), Springer Verlag, London, 1993, pp. 237 - 240.

21. Glasius, A. Komoda, S. Gielen. A biologically inspired neural network for trajectory formation and obstacle avoidance. Proc. International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, Springer Verlag, London, 1993, pp. 646 - 649.

22. C.C.A.M. Gielen. The representation of space and time in the motor system. In: Brain Theory. A. Aertsen (Ed.) Elsevier Science Publisher, 1993, pp. 93 - 117.

23. C. Gielen . Muscle activation patterns and joint‑angle coordination in multijoint movements.
   In: Multi‑Sensory Control of Movement. A. Berthoz (Ed.) Oxford University Press, 1993, pp. 293 - 313.

24. C. Gielen. Neural networks for vision, speech and natural language: by R. Linggard, DJ Myers and C. Nightingale, eds. Chapman & Hall, London, 1992. 442 pp.,ISBN 0-412-43000-2 (co-published in the US with Van Nostrand Reinhold, Inc., NY, ISBN 0-442-31579-1). J Neurocomputing 5, 244-245, 1993

25. Gielen, C. Neural computation of pattern motion, modeling stages of motion analysis in the primate visual cortex:: MA Sereno. MIT Press, 1993. ISBN 0-262-19329-9. US $33.75

26. C. Gielen. Coordination of redundant manipulators: reduction of degrees of freedom.
   In: Proceedings of Conference on Emergence of prerational Intelligence in Biology:
   From Sensorimotor Intelligence to Collective Behavior. University of Bielefeld, 24 - 27 jan. 1994, pp. 5 - 19.

27. T. Heskes, B. Kappen, A. Pastoors, C. Gielen.
   Confidence intervals for Neural Networks. Proceedings of Conference on Digital Signal Processing, June 26 - 28, Limassol. pp. 396 - 401.                            

28. B. Kappen and S. Gielen (Eds.)
   Neural Networks : Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Applications. Springer Verlag, London, 1995.

29. C.C.A.M. Gielen, E.J. Vrijenhoek, T. Flash. Principles for the control of kinematically redundant limbs.
   In: Three-Dimensional Kinematics of Eye-, Head-, and Limb-Movements. Eds.: M. Fetter, H. Misslisch, D. Tweed. Harwood Academic Publishers Gmbh, Chur, Switserland. pp. 285 – 297, 1997.

30 van de Laar Pierre, Gielen Stan and Heskes Tom, Input Selection with Partial Retraining,
   In: Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN'97, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1327, Springer, Berlin. pp. 469-474. Ed:Gerstner,Wulfram and Germond,Alain and Hasler,Martin and Nicoud, Jean-Daniel, 1997.

31. Neural Networks: Best Practice in Europe. Progress in Neural Processing,
   Vol. 8. Eds.: Bert Kappen and Stan Gielen. World Scientific, Singapore, 1997.

32. C.C.A.M. Gielen, B.M. van Bolhuis, E. Vrijenhoek. On the number of degrees of freedom in biological limbs.In: Progress in Motor Control: Bernstein’s Traditions in Movement Studies.M.L. Latash (Ed.), Human Kinetics, Champaign, USA. 1998. pp. 173-190.

33. C. Gielen. Helmholtz and his contribution to motor control.
In: Classics in Movement Science. Editor: M. Latash. Human Kinetics, Champaign, USA, 2000.

34. S. Gielen. Coordination of redundant manipulators. Rediction of degrees of freedom. In : Prerational Intelligence:
   Adaptive Behavior and Intelligent Systems without Symbols and Logic- Volume 1. Eds. H. Cruse, J. Dean, H. Ritter. pp. 305-322. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

35. C.C.A.M. Gielen. Neurale netwerken en slimme selectie: onbegrensde mogelijkheden ?
   In: Grenzeloze selectie, Nijmegen University Press, pp. 39-46, 2000.

36. Handbook of Biological Physics, Vol. IV. Editors: S. Gielen and F. Moss. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2001.

37. Population coding: efficiency and interpretation of neuronal activity. C.C.A.M. Gielen In: Handbook of Biological Physics, Vol. IV. Editors: S. Gielen and F. Moss. Pages 853-886. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2001.

38. C.C.A.M. Gielen. Natural intelligence and artificial intelligence:
   bridging the gap between neurons and neuro-imaging to understand intelligent behaviour.
   In Challenges for Computational Intelligence (Wlodzislaw Duch and Jacek Mandziuk, Eds.)
   Vol. 63 of the series Studies in Computational Intelligence (Janusz Kacprzyk series Ed.), Springer-Verlag, 2007, pp 145-162, ISBN 978-3-540-71983-0

39. J.M.A.M. Kusters, J.M. Cortes, W.P.M. van Meerwijk, D.L. Ypey, A.P.R. Theuvenet, C.C.A.M. Gielen
   Oscillatory activity in cells: multi-stability and hysteresis.
   In: Cooperative Behavior in Neural Systems, Nineth Granada Lectures. Eds. P.L. Garrido, J. Marro, J.J. Torres. American Institute of Physics, Meville, New York, 2007. pp 40-50.

40. S.Gielen. Natural intelligence and artificial intelligence: bridging the gap between neurons and neuro-imaging to understand intelligent behaviour. In : Challenges for computational intelligence, 145-161, 2007

41. C.C.A.M. Gielen. Motor Control Models
   In : Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Springer Verlag, ISBN 978-3-540-23735-8, 2008.

42. C.C.A.M. Gielen Review of models for the generation of multi-joint movements in 3-D. In D. Sternad (ed), Progress in motor control: a multidisciplinary perspective, pp. 523-550, New York: Springer, 2009.

43. C.C.A.M. Gielen Bridging of models for complex movements in 3D. In D. Sternad (ed), Progress in motor control: a multidisciplinary perspective, pp. 479-483, New York: Springer, 2009.

44. S. Gielen. East-West Differences and Implications for Cognitive Neuroscience. In : Cultural patterns and cognitive patterns; East-West Connections. J.W. Vasbinder, B. Gulyas (Eds.) World Scientific Publishing (Singapore), pp 35-52, 2016.