Katrijn Houben
Katrijn Houben
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Retraining automatic action‐tendencies to approach alcohol in hazardous drinkers
RW Wiers, M Rinck, R Kordts, K Houben, F Strack
Addiction 105 (2), 279-287, 2010
4702010
Getting a grip on drinking behavior: training working memory to reduce alcohol abuse
K Houben, RW Wiers, A Jansen
Psychological science 22 (7), 968-975, 2011
3642011
Control yourself or just eat what you like? Weight gain over a year is predicted by an interactive effect of response inhibition and implicit preference for snack foods.
C Nederkoorn, K Houben, W Hofmann, A Roefs, A Jansen
Health Psychology 29 (4), 389, 2010
3372010
Resisting temptation: decreasing alcohol-related affect and drinking behavior by training response inhibition
K Houben, C Nederkoorn, RW Wiers, A Jansen
Drug and alcohol dependence 116 (1-3), 132-136, 2011
3322011
Training inhibitory control. A recipe for resisting sweet temptations
K Houben, A Jansen
Appetite 56 (2), 345-349, 2011
3032011
Response inhibition moderates the relationship between implicit associations and drinking behavior
K Houben, RW Wiers
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 33 (4), 626-633, 2009
2112009
Beer No‐Go: Learning to stop responding to alcohol cues reduces alcohol intake via reduced affective associations rather than increased response inhibition
K Houben, RC Havermans, C Nederkoorn, A Jansen
Addiction 107 (7), 1280-1287, 2012
2002012
Overcoming the urge to splurge: Influencing eating behavior by manipulating inhibitory control
K Houben
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 42 (3), 384-388, 2011
1852011
Learning to dislike alcohol: Conditioning negative implicit attitudes toward alcohol and its effect on drinking behavior
K Houben, RC Havermans, RW Wiers
Psychopharmacology 211 (1), 79-86, 2010
1672010
Assessing implicit alcohol associations with the Implicit Association Test: Fact or artifact?
K Houben, RW Wiers
Addictive behaviors 31 (8), 1346-1362, 2006
1532006
Implicitly positive about alcohol? Implicit positive associations predict drinking behavior
K Houben, RW Wiers
Addictive behaviors 33 (8), 979-986, 2008
1222008
Specificity of the failure to inhibit responses in overweight children
C Nederkoorn, JS Coelho, R Guerrieri, K Houben, A Jansen
Appetite 59 (2), 409-413, 2012
1202012
Time orientation and eating behavior: Unhealthy eaters consider immediate consequences, while healthy eaters focus on future health
FCM Dassen, K Houben, A Jansen
Appetite 91, 13-19, 2015
1172015
Eating on impulse: The relation between overweight and food‐specific inhibitory control
K Houben, C Nederkoorn, A Jansen
Obesity 22 (5), E6-E8, 2014
1172014
Are drinkers implicitly positive about drinking alcohol? Personalizing the alcohol-IAT to reduce negative extrapersonal contamination
K Houben, RW Wiers
Alcohol & Alcoholism 42 (4), 301-307, 2007
1072007
Alcohol cognitive bias modification training for problem drinkers over the web
RW Wiers, K Houben, JS Fadardi, P Van Beek, M Rhemtulla, WM Cox
Addictive behaviors 40, 21-26, 2015
992015
I didn't feel like drinking but I don't know why: The effects of evaluative conditioning on alcohol-related attitudes, craving and behavior
K Houben, TM Schoenmakers, RW Wiers
Addictive Behaviors 35 (12), 1161-1163, 2010
982010
Chocolate equals stop. Chocolate-specific inhibition training reduces chocolate intake and go associations with chocolate
K Houben, A Jansen
Appetite 87, 318-323, 2015
872015
Focus on the future: episodic future thinking reduces discount rate and snacking
FCM Dassen, A Jansen, C Nederkoorn, K Houben
Appetite 96, 327-332, 2016
862016
A short fuse after alcohol: Implicit power associations predict aggressiveness after alcohol consumption in young heavy drinkers with limited executive control
RW Wiers, L Beckers, K Houben, W Hofmann
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 93 (3), 300-305, 2009
732009
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