Tilburg University department Cognitive Neuropsychology

Publications Department of Cognitive Neuropsychology

This is an overview of the 20 most recent publications of the Department of Cognitive Neuropsychology.

  1. An emotional roller coaster - Electrophysiological evidence of emotional engagement during a roller-coaster ride with virtual reality add-on (2022)

    Bastiaansen, M., Oosterholt, M., Mitas, O., Han, D., & Lub, X. D. (2022). An emotional roller coaster: Electrophysiological evidence of emotional engagement during a roller-coaster ride with virtual reality add-on. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 46(1), 29-54.
  2. Emotion measurement in tourism destination marketing - A comparative electroencephalographic and behavioral study (2022)

    Bastiaansen, M., Straatman, S., Mitas, O., Stekelenburg, J., & Jansen, S. (2022). Emotion measurement in tourism destination marketing: A comparative electroencephalographic and behavioral study. Journal of Travel Research, 61(2), 252-264.
  3. The contribution of functional brain imaging to the understanding of cognitive processes underlying task switching (2022)

    Brass, M., & De Baene, W. (Accepted/In press). The contribution of functional brain imaging to the understanding of cognitive processes underlying task switching. In A. Kiesel, L. Johannsen, I. Koch, & H. Müller (Eds.), Handbook of human multitasking Springer.
  4. Everyday crying over music - A survey (2022)

    Hanser, W., Mark, R. E., & Vingerhoets, A. J. J. M. (2022). Everyday crying over music: A survey. Musicae Scientiae.
  5. A systematic review of the use of subcortical intraoperative electrical stimulation mapping for monitoring of executive deficits and neglect - What is the evidence so far? (2022)

    Landers, M., Sitskoorn, M., Rutten, G-J., Mandonnet, E., & De Baene, W. (2022). A systematic review of the use of subcortical intraoperative electrical stimulation mapping for monitoring of executive deficits and neglect: What is the evidence so far? Acta Neurochirurgica, 164(1), 177-191.
  6. The frontal aslant tract and its role in executive functions - A quantitative tractography study in glioma patients (2022)

    Landers, M., Meesters, S. P. L., van Zandvoort, M., De Baene, W., & Rutten, G-J. (2022). The frontal aslant tract and its role in executive functions: A quantitative tractography study in glioma patients. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 16(3), 1026-1039.
  7. Lexico-semantic access and audiovisual integration in the aging brain: Insights from mixed-effects regression analyses of event-related potentials (2022)

    López Zunini, R. A., Baart, M., Samuel, A. G., & Armstrong, B. C. (2022). Lexico-semantic access and audiovisual integration in the aging brain: Insights from mixed-effects regression analyses of event-related potentials. Neuropsychologia, 165, [108107].
  8. More is not better - The emotional dynamics of an excellent experience (2022)

    Mitas, O., Mitasova, H., Millar, G., Boode, W., Neveu, V., Hover, M., van den Eijnden, F., & Bastiaansen, M. (2022). More is not better: The emotional dynamics of an excellent experience. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 46(1), 78-99.
  9. The association of unplanned pregnancy with perinatal depression - A longitudinal cohort study (2022)

    Muskens, L., Boekhorst, M. G. B. M., Kop, W. J., van den Heuvel, M. I., Pop, V. J. M., & Beerthuizen, A. (2022). The association of unplanned pregnancy with perinatal depression: A longitudinal cohort study. Archives of Womens Mental Health, 25(3), 611-620.
  10. A randomized trial predicting response to cognitive rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis - Is there a window of opportunity? (2022)

    Prouskas, S. E., Schoonheim, M. M., Huiskamp, M., Steenwijk, M. D., Gehring, K., Barkhof, F., de Jong, B. A., Sitskoorn, M. M., Geurts, J. J. G., & Hulst, H. E. (2022). A randomized trial predicting response to cognitive rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis: Is there a window of opportunity? Multiple Sclerosis.
  11. Optimism as a protective factor against the psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic through its effects on perceived stress and infection stress anticipation (2022)

    Puig-Perez, S., Cano-López, I., Martínez, P., Kozusznik, M. W., Alacreu-Crespo, A., Pulopulos, M. M., Duque, A., Almela, M., Aliño, M., Garcia-Rubio, M. J., Pollak, A., & Kożusznik, B. (2022). Optimism as a protective factor against the psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic through its effects on perceived stress and infection stress anticipation. Current Psychology.
  12. Evaluating the temporal dynamics of a structured experience - Real-time skin conductance and experience reconstruction measures (2022)

    Strijbosch, W., Mitas, O., van Blaricum, T., Vugts, O., Govers, C., Hover, M., Gelissen, J., & Bastiaansen, M. (2022). Evaluating the temporal dynamics of a structured experience: Real-time skin conductance and experience reconstruction measures. Leisure Sciences.
  13. On the neuronal dynamics of aesthetic experience: evidence from electroencephalographic oscillatory dynamics (2022)

    Strijbosch, W., Vessel, E. A., Welke, D., Mitas, O., Gelissen, J., & Bastiaansen, M. (2022). On the neuronal dynamics of aesthetic experience: evidence from electroencephalographic oscillatory dynamics. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 34(3), 461-479.
  14. Subnormal short‐latency facial mimicry responses to dynamic emotional facial expressions in male adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders and callous‐unemotional traits (2022)

    van Boxtel, A., Zaalberg, R., & de Wied , M. (2022). Subnormal short‐latency facial mimicry responses to dynamic emotional facial expressions in male adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders and callous‐unemotional traits. Psychophysiology, 59(1), [e13945].
  15. Parents of young infants report poor mental health and more insensitive parenting during the first Covid-19 lockdown (2022)

    Van Den Heuvel, M. I., Vacaru, S. V., Boekhorst, M. G. B. M., Cloin, M., Van Bakel, H., Riem, M. M. E., De Weerth, C., & Beijers, R. (2022). Parents of young infants report poor mental health and more insensitive parenting during the first Covid-19 lockdown. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 22, [302].
  16. Hormonal changes of intimate partner violence perpetrators in response to brief social contact with women (2022)

    van der Meij, L., Pulopulos, M. M., Hidalgo, V., Almela, M., Lila, M., Roney, J. R., & Salvador, A. (2022). Hormonal changes of intimate partner violence perpetrators in response to brief social contact with women. Aggressive Behavior, 48(1), 30-39.
  17. The dawn of a new common (2021)

    Aarts, E., Fleuren, H., Sitskoorn, M., & Wilthagen, T. (2021). The dawn of a new common. In E. Aarts, H. Fleuren, M. Sitskoorn, & T. Wilthagen (Eds.), The New Common: How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Transforming Society (pp. 1-15). Springer.
  18. The new common - How the Covid-19 pandemic is transforming society (2021)

    Aarts, E., Fleuren, H., Sitskoorn, M., & Wilthagen, T. (Eds.) (2021). The new common: How the Covid-19 pandemic is transforming society. Springer.
  19. Facial expressions of emotions during pharmacological and exercise stress testing - The role of myocardial ischemia and cardiac symptoms (2021)

    Bekendam, M. T., Kop, W. J., Vermeltfoort, I. A. C., Widdershoven, J. W., & Mommersteeg, P. M. C. (2021). Facial expressions of emotions during pharmacological and exercise stress testing: The role of myocardial ischemia and cardiac symptoms. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 28(6), 692-704.
  20. The COVID-19 outbreak increases maternal stress during pregnancy, but not the risk for postpartum depression (2021)

    Boekhorst, M. G. B. M., Muskens, L., Hulsbosch, L. P., Van Deun, K., Bergink, V., Pop, V. J. M., & van den Heuvel, M. I. (2021). The COVID-19 outbreak increases maternal stress during pregnancy, but not the risk for postpartum depression. Archives of Womens Mental Health, 24(6), 1037-1043.