In September 2019, Manon Mulckhuyse will start a position as assistant professor in the Cognitive Psychology Unit. Manon obtained her PhD in Cognitive Psychology in 2009 at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. During her PhD, she worked on the interaction between bottom-up and top-down driven visual and attentional selection under the supervision of prof. Jan Theeuwes. After having completed her PhD, she expanded her line of research towards the role of emotion in attention and perception. She obtained a Rubicon grant to work with prof. Geert Crombez at Ghent University. At the end of this period, she received a VENI grant to study the neural processes underlying emotional modulation of visual spatial attention. She conducted this research at the EPAN lab of prof. Karin Roelofs at the Donders Institute in Nijmegen. Since 2017, she has been teaching and supervising students at the Radboud University, University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
- Engelmann J.B., Mulckhuyse M. & Ting C.C. (2019), Brain Measurement and Manipulation Methods. In: Schram A., Aljaž U. (Eds.) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Experimental Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 142-172.
- Lojowska M., Mulckhuyse M., Hermans E. J. & Roelofs K. (2019), Unconscious processing of coarse visual information during anticipatory threat, Consciousness and Cognition 70: 50-56.
- Mulckhuyse M. (2018), The influence of emotional stimuli on eye-movements: a review of the literature, Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18(3): 411-425.
- Mulckhuyse M., Engelmann J.B., Schutter D.J.L.G. & Roelofs K. (2017), Right Posterior Parietal Cortex is involved in disengaging from threat: a 1 Hz rTMS study, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 12(11): 1814–1822.
- Mulckhuyse M. & Dalmaijer E.S. (2016), Distracted by danger: Temporal and spatial dynamics of visual selection in the presence of threat, Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16(2): 315-324.
- Theeuwes J., Mulckhuyse M., Cristie J. & Klein R.M (2015), Awareness of distractors is necessary to generate a strategy to avoid responding to them: A Commentary on Lin & Murray (2015), Consciousness and Cognition 37: 178-179.
- Mulckhuyse M. & Crombez G. (2014), Disentangling attention from action in the emotional spatial cueing task, Cognition and Emotion 28(7): 1223-1241.
- Mulckhuyse M., Crombez G. & Van der Stigchel S. (2013), Conditioned fear modulates visual selection, Emotion 13(3): 529-536.
- Mulckhuyse M., Belopolsky A., Heslenfeld D., Talsma D. & Theeuwes J. (2011), Distribution of attention modulates salience signals in early visual cortex, PLoS ONE 6(5): e20379.
- Mulckhuyse M., Kelley T.A., Theeuwes J., Walsh V. & Lavie N. (2011), Enhanced visual perception with occipital transcranial magnetic stimulation, European Journal of Neuroscience 34(8): 1320-1325.
- Mulckhuyse M. & Theeuwes J. (2010), Unconscious attentional orienting to exogenous cues: A review of the literature, Acta Psychologica 143(3): 199-209.
- Mulckhuyse M. & Theeuwes J. (2010), Unconscious cueing effects in saccadic eye movements - facilitation and inhibition in temporal and nasal hemifield, Vision Research 50(6): 606-613.
- Mulckhuyse M., Van der Stigchel S. & Theeuwes J. (2009), Early and late modulation of saccade deviations by target distractor similarity, Journal of Neurophysiology 102(3): 1451-1458.
- Van der Stigchel S., Mulckhuyse M. & Theeuwes J. (2009), Eye can't see it: The interference of subliminal distractors on saccade metrics, Vision Research 49: 2104-2109.
- Mulckhuyse M., Van Zoest W. & Theeuwes J. (2008), Capture of the eyes by relevant and irrelevant onsets, Experimental Brain Research 186: 225-235.
- Talsma D., Mulckhuyse M., Slagter H.A. & Theeuwes J. (2007), Faster, more intense! The relation between electrophysiological reflections of attentional orienting, sensory gain control, and speed of responding, Brain Research 1178: 92-105.
- Mulckhuyse M., Talsma D. & Theeuwes J. (2007), Grabbing attention without knowing: Automatic capture of attention by subliminal spatial cues, Visual Cognition 15(7): 779-788.
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