For the most up to date list, have a look at my Google Scholar page here. If you would like to receive a pdf copy of one of my publications please send me an email.


  • Geerligs, L., Güçlü, U., van Gerven, M.A.J. (2020) Detecting neural state transitions underlying event segmentation. bioRxiv, link
  • Geerligs, L., Maris, E. (2020) Improving the sensitivity of cluster-based statistics for fMRI data. bioRxiv, link


  • Liem F., Geerligs L. Damoiseaux J.S. Margulies D.S. (in press) Functional Connectivity in Aging. Chaper in Handbook of the Psychology of Aging  link


  • Geerligs, L., Cam-CAN, Campbell, K.L. (2018) Age-related differences in information processing during movie watching. Neurbiology of Aging. link


  • Geerligs, L., Tsvetanov K., Cam-CAN, Henson,R.N.A. (2017) Challenges in measuring individual differences in functional connectivity using fMRI: The case of healthy aging Human Brain Mapping  link
  • Lehmann,B.C.L.,White,  S.R., Henson, R.N.A., Cam -CAN, Geerligs, L. (2017) Assessing dynamic functional connectivity in heterogeneous samples. Neuroimage link
  • Servaas M.N., Riese H., Renken R.J., Wichers M., Bastiaansen J.A., Figueroa C.A., Geugies H.,  Mocking R.J.T., Geerligs L., Marsman J.B.C., Aleman A., Schene A.H., Schoevers R.A., Ruhé, H.G. (2017) Associations Between Daily Affective Instability and Connectomics in Functional Subnetworks in Remitted Patients with Recurrent Major Depressive Disorder. Neuropsychopharmacology link


  • Geerligs, L., Tsvetanov K. (2016) The use of resting state data in an integrative approach to studying neurocognitive ageing –commentary on Campbell and Schacter (2016) Language, Cognition and Neuroscience  link
  • Geerligs,L.Cam-CAN, Henson,R.N.A. (2016) Functional connectivity and structural covariance between regions of interest can be measured more accurately using multivariate distance correlation. Neuroimage link
  • Geerligs L., Cam-CAN, Henson R.N. (2016) Functional connectivity is both a state-of-mind and a stable trait. Journal of Neuroscience – reply to Journal Club review. link
  • Wolpe N., Ingram J., Tsvetanov K., Geerligs L., Kievit R., Henson R., Wolpert D., Cam-CAN, Rowe J. (2016). Ageing increases the reliance on sensorimotor predictions through changes in structure and functional connectivity of the pre-supplementary motor area. Nature Communications link
  • Henson R.N., Greve A., Cooper E., Gregori M., Simons, J.S., Geerligs, L., Erzinclioglu, S., Kapur, N., Browne, G (2016). The effects of hippocampal lesions on MRI measures of structural and functional connectivity. Hippocampus link
  • Servaas M.N., Geerligs L., Bastiaansen J.A., Renken R.J., Marsman J.B.C. Nolte I.M., Ormel J., Aleman A., Riese, H. (2016). Associations between genetic risk, functional brain network organization and neuroticism. Brain Imaging and Behavior link
  • Campbell,K.L., Samu, D., David, S.W., Geerligs,L., Mustafa, A., Tyler, L.K. (2016) Robust Resilience of the Frontotemporal Syntax System to Aging.  Journal of Neuroscience link
  • Tsvetanov, K.A., Henson, R.N., Tyler, L.K., Razi, A., Geerligs, L., Ham, T.E., Cam-CAN, Rowe, J. (2016) Extrinsic and intrinsic brain network connectivity maintains cognition across the lifespan despite accelerated decay of regional brain activation with age. Journal of Neuroscience link


  • Geerligs,L., Rubinov,M., Cam-CAN, Henson,R.N.A. (2015) State and trait components of functional connectivity: individual differences vary with mental state. Journal of Neuroscience link
  • Campbell,K.L., Shafto,M.A., Wright,P., Tsvetanov,K.A., Geerligs,L., Cusack,R.,Cam-CAN, Tyler, L.K. (2015) Idiosyncratic responding during movie-watching predicted by age differences in attentional control. Neurobiology of Aging link
  • Geerligs, L , Renken, R.J., Saliasi,E., Maurits,N.M., Lorist,M.M. (2015). A brain wide study of age-related changes in functional connectivity. Cerebral Cortex link
  • Saliasi,E., Geerligs,L., Dalenberg, J.R., Lorist,M.M., Maurits,N.M. (2015) Differences in cognitive aging: typology based on a community structure detection approach. Frontiers in Aging Neurosciencelink


  • Geerligs, L ,Saliasi,E., Maurits,N.M., Renken, R.J., Lorist,M.M. (2014). Brain mechanisms underlying the effects of aging on different aspects of selective attention. Neuroimage link
  • Geerligs, L ,Saliasi,E., Renken, R.J., Maurits,N.M., Lorist,M.M. (2014). Flexible connectivity in the aging brain revealed by task modulations. Human Brain Mapping link
  • Servaas, M.N., Geerligs, L., Renken, R.J., Marsman, J.B.C., Ormel, J., Riese, H., Aleman, A. (2014). Connectomics and neuroticism: an altered functional network organization. Neuropsychopharmacology link
  • Saliasi, E., Geerligs, L., Lorist, M.M. Lorist, Maurits, N.M.  (2014). Neural Correlates Associated with Successful Working Memory Performance in Older Adults as Revealed by Spatial ICA. Plos One link
  • Banis, S., Geerligs L., Lorist, M.M. (2014). Acute stress modulates feedback processing in men and women: Differential effects on the feedback-related negativity and theta and beta power. Plos One link


  • Saliasi,E., Geerligs,L., Lorist,M.M. ,Maurits,N.M. (2013). The relationship between P3 amplitude and working memory performance differs in young and older adults. Plos One link


  • Geerligs,L. & Akyürek,E.G. (2012). Temporal integration depends on increased pre-stimulus beta band power. Psychophysiology link
  • Geerligs,L., Maurits,M.M., Renken,R.J., Lorist,M.M. (2012). Reduced specificity of functional connectivity in the aging brain during task performance. Human Brain Mapping link
  • Geerligs,L., Saliasi,E., Maurits,N.M., Lorist,M.M. (2012). Compensation through Increased Functional Connectivity: Neural Correlates of Inhibition in Old and Young. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience link 

Before 2012

  • Geerligs,L., Meppelink,A.M., Brouwer,W.H., Van Laar,T. (2009). The effects of apomorphine on visual perception in patients with parkinson disease and visual hallucinations: A pilot study. Clinical Neuropharmacology link
  • Geerligs,L. (2008). Parkinson’s disease, neuropsychological functions and driving ability. Tijdschrift voor Ergonomie, 33, 24-28. link