Wegman, J., Janzen, G. (2011). Neural encoding of objects relevant for navigation and resting state correlations with navigational ability. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23, 3841–3854 (link, chapter 2 of my thesis)

Wegman, J., Fonteijn, H.M., van Ekert, J., Tyborowska, A., Jansen, C., & Janzen, G. (in press). Gray and White Matter Correlates of Navigational Ability in Humans. Human Brain Mapping (link, chapter 3 of my thesis)

Wegman, J., Tyborowska, A., & Janzen, G. (in press). Encoding and retrieval of object-related spatial cues during navigation: an fMRI study. Hippocampus (link, chapter 4 of my thesis)

Wegman, J., Tyborowska, A., Hoogman, M., & Janzen, G. (submitted). The brain- derived neurotrophic factor Val66Met polymorphism affects encoding of object locations (chapter 5 of my thesis)

Van der Linden, M., Wegman, J., Fernandez, G. (in press). Task- and experience- dependent cortical selectivity to features informative for categorization. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (link)

Van Hoogmoed, A.H., Wegman, J., Van den Brink, D., & Janzen, G. (in preparation). The development of landmark use in 6-to-10-year-old children.

Tyborowska, A., Wegman, J., & Janzen, G. (in preparation). Bilingual Spatial Cogni- tion: Spatial Cue Use in Bilinguals and Monolinguals.

Van Ekert, J., Wegman, J., & Janzen, G. (in preparation). The neural underpinnings of landmark recognition memory in children and adolescents.

Van Ekert, J., Wegman, J., Jansen, C., Takashima, A., & Janzen, G. (in preparation). The neurodynamics of memory consolidation: the effect of time, spatial context and sex on landmark recognition memory.

Bult, J.H., Wegman, J., Gosses, A., Toni, I., Hagoort, P. (in preparation). Calorie de- tection in humans: instantaneous and sub-conscious evaluation of nutrients.