Anita Jansen
Anita Jansen
hoogleraar Psychologie, Universiteit Maastricht
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Why obese children cannot resist food: the role of impulsivity
C Nederkoorn, C Braet, Y Van Eijs, A Tanghe, A Jansen
Eating behaviors 7 (4), 315-322, 2006
Impulsivity in obese women
C Nederkoorn, FTY Smulders, RC Havermans, A Roefs, A Jansen
Appetite 47 (2), 253-256, 2006
Getting a grip on drinking behavior: training working memory to reduce alcohol abuse
K Houben, RW Wiers, A Jansen
Psychological science 22 (7), 968-975, 2011
A learning model of binge eating: cue reactivity and cue exposure
A Jansen
Behaviour research and therapy 36 (3), 257-272, 1998
Overweight children overeat after exposure to food cues
A Jansen, N Theunissen, K Slechten, C Nederkoorn, B Boon, S Mulkens, ...
Eating behaviors 4 (2), 197-209, 2003
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.
C Nederkoorn, K Houben, W Hofmann, A Roefs, A Jansen
Health Psychology 29 (4), 389, 2010
Resisting temptation: decreasing alcohol-related affect and drinking behavior by training response inhibition
K Houben, C Nederkoorn, RW Wiers, A Jansen
Drug and alcohol dependence 116 (1-3), 132-136, 2011
Hunger is the best spice: an fMRI study of the effects of attention, hunger and calorie content on food reward processing in the amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex
N Siep, A Roefs, A Roebroeck, R Havermans, ML Bonte, A Jansen
Behavioural brain research 198 (1), 149-158, 2009
Training inhibitory control. A recipe for resisting sweet temptations
K Houben, A Jansen
Appetite 56 (2), 345-349, 2011
Impulsivity predicts treatment outcome in obese children
C Nederkoorn, E Jansen, S Mulkens, A Jansen
Behaviour research and therapy 45 (5), 1071-1075, 2007
Selective visual attention for ugly and beautiful body parts in eating disorders
A Jansen, C Nederkoorn, S Mulkens
Behaviour research and therapy 43 (2), 183-196, 2005
Selective cognitive processing of drug cues in heroin dependence
IHA Franken, LY Kroon, RW Wiers, A Jansen
Journal of psychopharmacology 14 (4), 395-400, 2000
Cephalic phase responses, craving and food intake in normal subjects
C Nederkoorn, FTY Smulders, A Jansen
Appetite 35 (1), 45-55, 2000
The interaction between impulsivity and a varied food environment: its influence on food intake and overweight
R Guerrieri, C Nederkoorn, A Jansen
International Journal of Obesity 32 (4), 708-714, 2008
Implicit measures of association in psychopathology research.
A Roefs, J Huijding, FTY Smulders, CM MacLeod, PJ de Jong, RW Wiers, ...
Psychological bulletin 137 (1), 149, 2011
Can (not) take my eyes off it: Attention bias for food in overweight participants.
J Werthmann, A Roefs, C Nederkoorn, K Mogg, BP Bradley, A Jansen
Health Psychology 30 (5), 561, 2011
Attentional re‐training decreases attentional bias in heavy drinkers without generalization
T Schoenmakers, RW Wiers, BT Jones, G Bruce, ATM Jansen
Addiction 102 (3), 399-405, 2007
The influence of trait and induced state impulsivity on food intake in normal-weight healthy women
R Guerrieri, C Nederkoorn, K Stankiewicz, H Alberts, N Geschwind, ...
Appetite 49 (1), 66-73, 2007
Do not eat the red food!: prohibition of snacks leads to their relatively higher consumption in children
E Jansen, S Mulkens, A Jansen
Appetite 49 (3), 572-577, 2007
Beer No‐Go: Learning to stop responding to alcohol cues reduces alcohol intake via reduced affective associations rather than increased response inhibition
K Houben, RC Havermans, C Nederkoorn, A Jansen
Addiction 107 (7), 1280-1287, 2012
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