Frank Van Overwalle
Frank Van Overwalle
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
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Social cognition and the brain: a meta‐analysis
F Van Overwalle
Human brain mapping 30 (3), 829-858, 2009
14452009
Understanding others' actions and goals by mirror and mentalizing systems: a meta-analysis
F Van Overwalle, K Baetens
Neuroimage 48 (3), 564-584, 2009
11282009
Patterns and universals of adult romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions: Are models of self and of other pancultural constructs?
DP Schmitt, L Alcalay, M Allensworth, J Allik, L Ault, I Austers, KL Bennett, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 35 (4), 367-402, 2004
4032004
Social cognition and the cerebellum: a meta-analysis of over 350 fMRI studies
F Van Overwalle, K Baetens, P MariŽn, M Vandekerckhove
Neuroimage 86, 554-572, 2014
2342014
A dissociation between social mentalizing and general reasoning
F Van Overwalle
Neuroimage 54 (2), 1589-1599, 2011
1862011
Consensus paper: cerebellum and emotion
M Adamaszek, F D’Agata, R Ferrucci, C Habas, S Keulen, KC Kirkby, ...
The Cerebellum 16 (2), 552-576, 2017
1742017
The effects of attribution‐based intervention and study strategy training on academic achievement in college freshmen
F Van Overwalle, M De Metsenaere
British Journal of Educational Psychology 60 (3), 299-311, 1990
1481990
A connectionist model of attitude formation and change
F Van Overwalle, F Siebler
Personality and Social Psychology Review 9 (3), 231-274, 2005
1312005
Counterfactual thinking: an fMRI study on changing the past for a better future
N Van Hoeck, N Ma, L Ampe, K Baetens, M Vandekerckhove, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 8 (5), 556-564, 2013
1292013
Structural modelling of the relationships between attributional dimensions, emotions, and performance of college freshmen
FV Overwalle, I Mervielde, JD Schuyter
Cognition & Emotion 9 (1), 59-85, 1995
1291995
An adaptive connectionist model of cognitive dissonance
F Van Overwalle, K Jordens
Personality and Social Psychology Review 6 (3), 204-231, 2002
1162002
Spontaneous and intentional trait inferences recruit a common mentalizing network to a different degree: spontaneous inferences activate only its core areas
N Ma, M Vandekerckhove, F Van Overwalle, R Seurinck, W Fias
Social neuroscience 6 (2), 123-138, 2011
1032011
A recurrent connectionist model of group biases.
D Van Rooy, F Van Overwalle, T Vanhoomissen, C Labiouse, R French
Psychological Review 110 (3), 536, 2003
972003
Inconsistencies in spontaneous and intentional trait inferences
N Ma, M Vandekerckhove, K Baetens, F Van Overwalle, R Seurinck, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 7 (8), 937-950, 2012
952012
A recurrent connectionist model of person impression formation
F Van Overwalle, C Labiouse
Personality and Social Psychology Review 8 (1), 28-61, 2004
902004
Functional connectivity between the cerebrum and cerebellum in social cognition: a multi-study analysis
F Van Overwalle, P MariŽn
NeuroImage 124, 248-255, 2016
812016
Involvement of the mentalizing network in social and non-social high construal
K Baetens, N Ma, J Steen, F Van Overwalle
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (6), 817-824, 2014
802014
Electrophysiological time course and brain areas of spontaneous and intentional trait inferences
M Van Duynslaeger, F Van Overwalle, E Verstraeten
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 2 (3), 174-188, 2007
762007
Spontaneous trait inferences: Are they linked to the actor or to the action?
F Van Overwalle, T Drenth, G Marsman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (4), 450-462, 1999
751999
Social cognition and the cerebellum: a meta‐analytic connectivity analysis
F Van Overwalle, T D'aes, P MariŽn
Human brain mapping 36 (12), 5137-5154, 2015
732015
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