Henk van Steenbergen
Henk van Steenbergen studied at Leiden University, where he obtained a BA degree in Philosophy of Psychology, and a BSc and MPhil degree in Cognitive Neuroscience (cum laude / with honors) in 2007. He obtained his PhD (cum laude / with honors) from the same university in 2012, on a thesis entitled "The drive to control: How affect and motivation regulate cognitive control ". As of 2012, he has been an Assistant Professor at the Cognitive Psychology Unit at Leiden University.
Research by Henk van Steenbergen
My research focuses on the effects of motivation and affect on executive function and goal-directed behavior using a wide variety of behavioral, physiological, and neuroimaging methods. In addition, I am interested in methodological innovation, which has resulted in contributions such as The E-Primer (the first introduction book to E-Prime®; www.e-primer.com) and the Qualtrics Reaction Time Engine (www.qrtengine.com).
- Mikael Kowal, The role of cannabis and related neurotransmitters in the regulation of cognitive control
- Janna Marie Bas-Hoogendam, Profiling endophenotypes of Social Anxiety Disorder using structural and functional MRI