My research focuses on expectancy learning manipulations on the immune response. The aim of this project is to investigate whether immune functioning could be optimized by a psychological expectancy training.
- Master Medical Psychology, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2015
- Bachelor Psychology, Leiden University, The Netherlands, 2013
- Member of the Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition (LIBC)
- Experimental Psychopathology (EPP) (PhD student membership)
- Schakel L., Veldhuijzen D.S., Van Middendorp H., Van Dessel P., De Houwer J., Bidarra R. & Evers A.W.M. (2018), The effects of a gamified approach avoidance training and verbal suggestions on food outcomes, PLoS ONE 13(7): e0201309.
- Schakel L., Veldhuijzen D.S., Van Middendorp H., Prins C., Joosten S.A., Ottenhoff T.H.M., Visser L.G. & Evers A.W.M. (2017), The effects of a psychological intervention directed at optimizing immune function: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial, Trials 18: e243.
- Van Laarhoven T., Keetels M.N., Schakel L. & Vroomen J. (2016), Audio-visual speech in noise perception in dyslexia, Developmental science 21(1): e12504.
- Angelidis A., Van der Does A.J.W., Schakel L. & Putman P. (2016), EEG theta/beta ratio as an electrophysiological marker for attentional control and its test-retest reliability, Biological Psychology 30(121 Part A): 49-52.
- Keetels M., Schakel L., Bonte M. & Vroomen J. (2016), Phonetic recalibration of speech by text, Attention, perception & psychophysics 78(3): 938-945.
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