Roel van Dooren
Roel van Dooren is a PhD student at the Cognitive Psychology Unit, Leiden University (The Netherlands) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Bernhard Hommel and Dr. Roberta Sellaro. In his PhD project, which is part of the ERC-funded Meta Control project of Bernhard Hommel, he is currently working on the questions how metacontrol policies are situationally acquired, and, more specifically, how associated “natural” behavioral cues (e.g., facial expressions and pupil dilation) of persistence-biased versus flexibility-biased control policies can be identified and validated.
- Chan K.Q., Van Dooren R., Holland R.W. & Van Knippenberg A. (2020), Disgust lowers olfactory threshold: a test of the underlying mechanism, Cognition and Emotion : 1-7.
- Vijver I. van de, Schie H.T. van, Veling H., Dooren R. van & Holland R.W. (2018), Go/no-go training affects frontal midline theta and mu oscillations to passively observed food stimuli., Neuropsychologia 119: 280-291.
- Van Dooren R. & et al. (2015), Estimating the reproducibility of psyhological science. Open Science Collaboration, Science 349(6251).
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