Kevin van Schie
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Norms of valence, arousal, dominance, and age of acquisition for 4,300 Dutch words
A Moors, J De Houwer, D Hermans, S Wanmaker, K Van Schie, ...
Behavior research methods 45 (1), 169-177, 2013
Emotional and non-emotional memories are suppressible under direct suppression instructions
K van Schie, E Geraerts, MC Anderson
Cognition & Emotion 27 (6), 1122-1131, 2013
Speed matters: Relationship between speed of eye movements and modification of aversive autobiographical memories
SC van Veen, K van Schie, LDNV Wijngaards-de Meij, M Littel, ...
Frontiers in Psychiatry 6, 45, 2015
Blurring emotional memories using eye movements: Individual differences and speed of eye movements
K van Schie, SC van Veen, IM Engelhard, I Klugkist, MA van den Hout
European Journal of Psychotraumatology 7 (1), 29476, 2016
Successfully controlling intrusive memories is harder when control must be sustained
K van Schie, MC Anderson
Memory 25 (9), 1201-1216, 2017
Retrieving and modifying traumatic memories: Recent research relevant to three controversies
IM Engelhard, RJ McNally, K van Schie
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (1), 91-96, 2019
Taxing working memory during retrieval of emotional memories does not reduce memory accessibility when cued with reminders
K van Schie, IM Engelhard, MA van den Hout
Frontiers in psychiatry 6, 16, 2015
Exploring expectation effects in EMDR: does prior treatment knowledge affect the degrading effects of eye movements on memories?
M Littel, K van Schie, MA van den Hout
European journal of psychotraumatology 8 (sup1), 1328954, 2017
Making eye movements during imaginal exposure leads to short-lived memory effects compared to imaginal exposure alone
SC van Veen, K van Schie, R van de Schoot, MA van den Hout, ...
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry, 2019
Modification of episodic memories by novel learning: A failed replication study
K van Schie, SC Veen, MA van den Hout, IM Engelhard
European journal of psychotraumatology 8 (sup1), 1315291, 2017
Intervention strength does not differentially affect memory reconsolidation of strong memories
K van Schie, SC van Veen, YR Hendriks, MA van den Hout, IM Engelhard
Neurobiology of learning and memory 144, 174-185, 2017
Lateral eye movements do not increase false-memory rates: A failed direct-replication study
K van Schie, A Leer
Clinical Psychological Science 7 (5), 1159-1167, 2019
Psychometric qualities of the Thought Suppression Inventory-Revised in different age groups
K van Schie, S Wanmaker, I Yocarini, S Bouwmeester
Personality and Individual Differences 91, 89-97, 2016
The Effect of modality specific interference on working memory in recalling aversive auditory and visual memories
SJMA Matthijssen, K van Schie, MA Van den Hout
Cognition and Emotion 33 (6), 1169-1180, 2019
No evidence for the inverted U-Curve: More demanding dual tasks cause stronger aversive memory degradation
M Littel, K van Schie
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 65, 101484, 2019
Snelheid doet ertoe Snelheid van oogbewegingen en individuele verschillen bij het vervagen van emotionele herinneringen
K Van Schie, S Van Veen
Gedragstherapie 50 (1), 21-36, 2017
The effects of dual-tasks on intrusive memories following analogue trauma
K van Schie, SC van Veen, MA Hagenaars
Behaviour research and therapy 120, 103448, 2019
On EMDR: Measuring the working memory taxation of various types of eye (Non-) Movement conditions
SC van Veen, S Kang, K van Schie
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 101494, 2019
Elapsed time estimates in virtual reality and the physical world: The role of arousal and emotional valence
IJM van der Ham, F Klaassen, K van Schie, A Cuperus
Computers in Human Behavior 94, 77-81, 2019
Dual-tasking during recall of negative memories or during visual perception of images: Effects on vividness and emotionality
AA Cuperus, M Laken, K van Schie, IM Engelhard, MA van den Hout
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 62, 112-116, 2019
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