Gaëtan Mertens
Gaëtan Mertens
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Potentiation of the startle reflex is in line with contingency reversal instructions rather than the conditioning history
G Mertens, J De Houwer
Biological psychology 113, 91-99, 2016
A systematic review of pliance, tracking, and augmenting
A Kissi, S Hughes, G Mertens, D Barnes-Holmes, J De Houwer, ...
Behavior Modification 41 (5), 683-707, 2017
A review on the effects of verbal instructions in human fear conditioning: Empirical findings, theoretical considerations, and future directions
G Mertens, Y Boddez, D Sevenster, IM Engelhard, J De Houwer
Biological Psychology 137, 49-64, 2018
Fear expression and return of fear following threat instruction with or without direct contingency experience
G Mertens, M Kuhn, AK Raes, R Kalisch, J De Houwer, TB Lonsdorf
Cognition and Emotion 30 (5), 968-984, 2016
The Mere Exposure Instruction Effect.
PD Van, G Mertens, CT Smith, JH De
Experimental psychology 64 (5), 299-314, 2017
Can prepared fear conditioning result from verbal instructions?
G Mertens, AK Raes, J De Houwer
Learning and Motivation 53, 7-23, 2016
State anxiety modulates the return of fear
M Kuhn, G Mertens, TB Lonsdorf
International journal of psychophysiology 110, 194-199, 2016
Changing negative autobiographical memories in the lab: a comparison of three eye-movement tasks
G Mertens, AM Krypotos, A van Logtestijn, E Landkroon, SC van Veen, ...
Memory 27 (3), 295-305, 2019
Instructed fear stimuli bias visual attention
B Deltomme, G Mertens, H Tibboel, S Braem
Acta psychologica 184, 31-38, 2018
Navigating the garden of forking paths for data exclusions in fear conditioning research
TB Lonsdorf, M Klingelhöfer-Jens, M Andreatta, T Beckers, A Chalkia, ...
Elife 8, e52465, 2019
A step-by-step guide on preregistration and effective data sharing for psychopathology research.
AM Krypotos, I Klugkist, G Mertens, IM Engelhard
Journal of abnormal psychology 128 (6), 517, 2019
The contextual malleability of approach-avoidance training effects: approaching or avoiding fear conditioned stimuli modulates effects of approach-avoidance training
G Mertens, P Van Dessel, J De Houwer
Cognition and Emotion 32 (2), 341-349, 2018
The impact of a context switch and context instructions on the return of verbally conditioned fear
G Mertens, J De Houwer
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 51, 10-18, 2016
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the evidence for unaware fear conditioning
G Mertens, IM Engelhard
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 108, 254-268, 2020
Cue conditioning using a virtual spider discriminates between high and low spider fearful individuals
G Mertens, P Wagensveld, IM Engelhard
Computers in Human Behavior 91, 192-200, 2019
Preregistration of analyses of preexisting data
G Mertens, AM Krypotos
Psychologica Belgica 59 (1), 338, 2019
Does US expectancy mediate the additive effects of CS-US pairings on contingency instructions? Results from subjective, psychophysiological and neural measures
G Mertens, S Braem, M Kuhn, TB Lonsdorf, MA van den Hout, ...
Behaviour research and therapy 110, 41-46, 2018
Fear of the coronavirus (COVID-19): Predictors in an online study conducted in March 2020
G Mertens, L Gerritsen, E Salemink, I Engelhard
PsyArXiv, 2020
Mere exposure effects on implicit stimulus evaluation: The moderating role of evaluation task, number of stimulus presentations, and memory for presentation frequency
P Van Dessel, G Mertens, CT Smith, J De Houwer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (3), 447-460, 2019
Renewal of conditioned fear responses using a film clip as the aversive unconditioned stimulus
E Landkroon, G Mertens, D Sevenster, P Dibbets, IM Engelhard
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 65, 101493, 2019
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