lotte van dillen
lotte van dillen
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TitleCited byYear
Clearing the mind: a working memory model of distraction from negative mood.
LF Van Dillen, SL Koole
Emotion 7 (4), 715, 2007
3212007
Tuning down the emotional brain: an fMRI study of the effects of cognitive load on the processing of affective images
LF Van Dillen, DJ Heslenfeld, SL Koole
Neuroimage 45 (4), 1212-1219, 2009
2092009
Turning a blind eye to temptation: How cognitive load can facilitate self-regulation.
LF Van Dillen, EK Papies, W Hofmann
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (3), 427, 2013
1632013
The self-regulation of emotion
SL Koole, LF Van Dillen, G Sheppes
Handbook of self-regulation: Research, theory, and applications 2, 22-40, 2011
1592011
Desire: The new hot spot in self-control research
W Hofmann, L Van Dillen
Current directions in psychological science 21 (5), 317-322, 2012
1502012
Secure attachment partners attenuate neural responses to social exclusion: an fMRI investigation
JC Karremans, DJ Heslenfeld, LF van Dillen, PAM Van Lange
International Journal of Psychophysiology 81 (1), 44-50, 2011
742011
How automatic is “automatic vigilance”? The role of working memory in attentional interference of negative information
LF Van Dillen, SL Koole
Cognition and Emotion 23 (6), 1106-1117, 2009
742009
Working memory load reduces facilitated processing of threatening faces: an ERP study.
LF Van Dillen, B Derks
Emotion 12 (6), 1340, 2012
662012
On the role of attention and emotion in morality: Attentional control modulates unrelated disgust in moral judgments
LF Van Dillen, RC van der Wal, K van den Bos
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (9), 1222-1231, 2012
382012
Costly third-party interventions: The role of incidental anger and attention focus in punishment of the perpetrator and compensation of the victim
M Gummerum, LF Van Dillen, E Van Dijk, B López-Pérez
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 65, 94-104, 2016
332016
Leaving a flat taste in your mouth: task load reduces taste perception
RC van der Wal, LF van Dillen
Psychological science 24 (7), 1277-1284, 2013
322013
At face value: Categorization goals modulate vigilance for angry faces
LF Van Dillen, D Lakens, K Van Den Bos
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (1), 235-240, 2011
252011
Derailing the streetcar named desire. Cognitive distractions reduce individual differences in cravings and unhealthy snacking in response to palatable food
LF Van Dillen, J Andrade
Appetite 96, 102-110, 2016
212016
From distraction to mindfulness: Psychological and neural mechanisms of attention strategies in self-regulation
LF Van Dillen, EK Papies
Handbook of biobehavioral approaches to self-regulation, 141-154, 2015
152015
Looking into the crystal ball of our emotional lives: emotion regulation and the overestimation of future guilt and shame
WW van Dijk, LF van Dillen, M Rotteveel, EC Seip
Cognition and Emotion 31 (3), 616-624, 2017
142017
Moral fixations: The role of moral integrity and social anxiety in the selective avoidance of social threat
LF Van Dillen, D Enter, LPM Peters, WW van Dijk, M Rotteveel
Biological psychology 122, 51-58, 2017
132017
Emotional time travel: Emotion regulation and the overestimation of future anger and sadness
WW Van Dijk, LF van Dillen, EC Seip, M Rotteveel
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (3), 308-313, 2012
112012
From the brain to the field: the applications of social neuroscience to economics, health and law
G Kedia, L Harris, GJ Lelieveld, L Van Dillen
Brain sciences 7 (8), 94, 2017
82017
Tuning down the hedonic brain: Cognitive load reduces neural responses to high-calorie food pictures in the nucleus accumbens
LF van Dillen, H van Steenbergen
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18 (3), 447-459, 2018
72018
Looking with different eyes: The psychological meaning of categorisation goals moderates facial reactivity to facial expressions
LF van Dillen, LT Harris, WW van Dijk, M Rotteveel
Cognition and Emotion 29 (8), 1382-1400, 2015
62015
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