Harm Veling
Harm Veling
Associate Professor, Radboud University
Verified email at psych.ru.nl - Homepage
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Using stop signals to inhibit chronic dieters’ responses toward palatable foods
H Veling, H Aarts, EK Papies
Behaviour research and therapy 49 (11), 771-780, 2011
Targeting impulsive processes of eating behavior via the Internet: Effects on body weight
H Veling, GM van Koningsbruggen, H Aarts, W Stroebe
Appetite 78 (1), 102-109, 2014
Remembering can cause inhibition: retrieval-induced inhibition as cue independent process.
H Veling, A van Knippenberg
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (2), 315, 2004
When approach motivation and behavioral inhibition collide: Behavior regulation through stimulus devaluation
H Veling, RW Holland, A van Knippenberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (4), 1013-1019, 2008
Using stop signals to reduce impulsive choices for palatable unhealthy foods
H Veling, H Aarts, W Stroebe
British journal of health psychology 18 (2), 354-368, 2013
Healthy dining. Subtle diet reminders at the point of purchase increase low-calorie food choices among both chronic and current dieters
EK Papies, H Veling
Appetite 61, 1-7, 2013
Comparing two psychological interventions in reducing impulsive processes of eating behaviour: Effects on self‐selected portion size
GM van Koningsbruggen, H Veling, W Stroebe, H Aarts
British Journal of Health Psychology 19 (4), 767-782, 2014
Stop signals decrease choices for palatable foods through decreased food evaluation
H Veling, H Aarts, W Stroebe
Frontiers in psychology 4, 875, 2013
Training motor responses to food: A novel treatment for obesity targeting implicit processes
E Stice, NS Lawrence, E Kemps, H Veling
Clinical psychology review 49, 16-27, 2016
How does not responding to appetitive stimuli cause devaluation: Evaluative conditioning or response inhibition?
Z Chen, H Veling, A Dijksterhuis, RW Holland
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (12), 1687, 2016
Boosting or choking–How conscious and unconscious reward processing modulate the active maintenance of goal-relevant information
CM Zedelius, H Veling, H Aarts
Consciousness and cognition 20 (2), 355-362, 2011
What Is Trained During Food Go/No-Go Training? A Review Focusing on Mechanisms and a Research Agenda
H Veling, NS Lawrence, Z Chen, GM van Koningsbruggen, RW Holland
Current Addiction Reports 4 (1), 35-41, 2017
Pilot test of a novel food response and attention training treatment for obesity: Brain imaging data suggest actions shape valuation
E Stice, S Yokum, H Veling, E Kemps, NS Lawrence
Behaviour research and therapy 94, 60-70, 2017
The art of anger: Reward context turns avoidance responses to anger-related objects into approach
H Aarts, KI Ruys, H Veling, RA Renes, JHB de Groot, AM van Nunen, ...
Psychological Science 21 (10), 1406-1410, 2010
The influence of facial attractiveness on imitation
ML Van Leeuwen, H Veling, RB Van Baaren, A Dijksterhuis
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (6), 1295-1298, 2009
Cueing task goals and earning money: Relatively high monetary rewards reduce failures to act on goals in a Stroop task
H Veling, H Aarts
Motivation and Emotion 34 (2), 184-190, 2010
Spontaneous hedonic reactions to social media cues
GM Van Koningsbruggen, T Hartmann, A Eden, H Veling
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (5), 334-340, 2017
Putting behavior on hold decreases reward value of need-instrumental objects outside of awareness
H Veling, H Aarts
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (4), 1020-1023, 2009
Targeting implicit approach reactions to snack food in children: Effects on intake
F Folkvord, H Veling, H Hoeken
Health Psychology 35 (8), 919-922, 2016
A new perspective on human reward research: How consciously and unconsciously perceived reward information influences performance
CM Zedelius, H Veling, R Custers, E Bijleveld, KS Chiew, H Aarts
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14 (2), 493-508, 2014
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