Roel van Dooren
Roel van Dooren completed both a bachelor in Psychology as well as obtained a research master degree in Behavioral Science at the Radboud University in Nijmegen. As of 2016, he works as a PhD candidate at the department of Cognitive Psychology.
Within his research, Roel focusses on the question "How do we know when to adjust our cognitive control intensity to meet situational requirements?". In order to obtain a fine-grained answer to this question, he combines techniques within the field of computational modeling with behavioral- and neurophysiological measurements.
- Labcoordinator of the Cognitive Psychology department.
- Co-coordinator Minor Brain and Cognition (interdisciplinary minor).
- Workgroup lecturer Experimentation I: Programming Psychological Experiments.
- Workgroup lecturer Experimentation II: Neuroscientific Research Methods.
- Guest lecturer Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making: Computational and Neural Mechanisms.
- Dooren R. van, Kleijn R. de, Hommel B. & Sjoerds Z. (2021), The exploitation–exploration trade-off in a foraging task is affected by mood-related arousal and valence, Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience 21: 549–560 .
- Boag R. J., Stevenson N., Dooren R. van, Trutti A. C., Sjoerds Z. & Forstmann B.U. (2021), Cognitive Control of Working Memory: a Model-Based Approach, Brain Sciences 11(6): 721.
- 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 34(3): 621-627.
- 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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