Below you can find a selection of
representative publications of our group. You can find a complete
- Substituting Snacks with Strawberries and Sudokus: Does Restraint
Matter? Giesen et al. Health Psychol 2010; 29, 222 - 226.
- How to tell where ‘liking’ ends and ‘wanting’ begins. Havermans.
Appetite 2012; 58, 252-255.
- “You say it’s liking, I say it’s wanting…” On the difficulty
of disentangling food reward in man. Havermans. Appetite 2011; 57,
- Getting a grip on drinking behavior: Training working memory to
reduce alcohol abuse. Houben et al. Psychol Sci 2011; 22,
- Tackling childhood overweight: treating parents exclusively is
effective. Jansen et al. Int J Obes 2011; 35,
- Control yourself or just eat what you like? Weight gain over a
year is predicted by an interactive effect of response inhibition and
implicit preference for snack foods. Nederkoorn et al. Health Psychol 2010; 29, 389-393.
- The interactive effect of hunger and impulsivity on food intake
and purchase in a virtual supermarket. Nederkoorn et al. Int J Obes 2009; 33, 905–912.
- Implicit measures of association in psychopathology
research. Roefs et al. Psychol Bull 2011; 137, 149–193.
- Fighting food temptations: The modulating effects of short-term
cognitive reappraisal, suppression and up-regulation on
mesocorticolimbic activity related to appetitive motivation. Siep et
al. Neuroimage 2012; 60, 213-220.
- Adding Cognitive Therapy to Dietetic Treatment prevents Relapse in
Obesity. Werrij et al. J Psychosom Res 2009; 67,
- Can(not) take my eyes off it: Attention bias for food in
overweight participants. Werthmann et al. Health Psychol 2011; 30,