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Effects of positive mood on attention broadening for self-related information
M Grol, EHW Koster, L Bruyneel, R De Raedt
Psychological research 78, 566-573, 2014
852014
Uncontrolled eating in adolescents: The role of impulsivity and automatic approach bias for food
C Booth, D Spronk, M Grol, E Fox
Appetite 120, 636-643, 2018
562018
Beating uncontrolled eating: Training inhibitory control to reduce food intake and food cue sensitivity
D Oomen, M Grol, D Spronk, C Booth, E Fox
Appetite 131, 73-83, 2018
512018
Cognitive coping and goal adjustment in people with Peripheral Arterial Disease: Relationships with depressive symptoms
N Garnefski, M Grol, V Kraaij, JF Hamming
Patient Education and Counseling 76 (1), 132-137, 2009
512009
Using an experimental medicine model to explore combination effects of pharmacological and cognitive interventions for depression and anxiety
M Browning, M Grol, V Ly, GM Goodwin, EA Holmes, CJ Harmer
Neuropsychopharmacology 36 (13), 2689-2697, 2011
492011
Mental imagery of positive and neutral memories: A fMRI study comparing field perspective imagery to observer perspective imagery
M Grol, G Vingerhoets, R De Raedt
Brain and Cognition 111, 13-24, 2017
462017
The effects of rumination induction on attentional breadth for self-related information
M Grol, PT Hertel, EHW Koster, R De Raedt
Clinical Psychological Science 3 (4), 607-618, 2015
422015
The link between resting heart rate variability and affective flexibility
M Grol, R De Raedt
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 20, 746-756, 2020
372020
The worrying mind in control: An investigation of adaptive working memory training and cognitive bias modification in worry-prone individuals
M Grol, AK Schwenzfeier, J Stricker, C Booth, A Temple-McCune, ...
Behaviour research and therapy 103, 1-11, 2018
362018
Effects of positive mood on attentional breadth for emotional stimuli
M Grol, RD Raedt
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1277, 2014
352014
The effect of positive mood on flexible processing of affective information.
M Grol, R De Raedt
Emotion 18 (6), 819, 2018
262018
Feeling happy when feeling down: The effectiveness of positive mental imagery in dysphoria
M Grol, N Vanlessen, R De Raedt
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 57, 156-162, 2017
152017
Individual differences in affective flexibility predict future anxiety and worry
E Twivy, M Grol, E Fox
Cognition and Emotion 35 (2), 425-434, 2021
132021
The relationship between affective flexibility, spontaneous emotion regulation and the response to induced stress
M Grol, R De Raedt
Behaviour research and therapy 143, 103891, 2021
52021
The influence of psychological resilience on the relation between automatic stimulus evaluation and attentional breadth for surprised faces
M Grol, R De Raedt
Cognition and Emotion 29 (1), 146-157, 2015
52015
Uncontrolled eating in healthy women has limited influence on food cue reactivity and food-related inhibitory control
M Grol, L Cásedas, D Oomen, DB Spronk, E Fox
Appetite 168, 105767, 2022
22022
Always look on the bright side of life: Individual differences in visual attentional breadth for understanding temperament and emotion regulation in adolescents
ML Van Beveren, J Braet, R De Raedt, M Grol, L Wante, C Braet
Frontiers in Psychology 14, 1094108, 2023
2023
The genetics of cognitive biases in the development of psychiatric disorders
J Vincent
2021
Uncontrolled Eating in Healthy Women Has Limited Influence on Food Reward Sensitivity and Food-Related Inhibitory Control
M Grol, L Cásedas, D Oomen, DB Spronk, E Fox
2020
The Role of Impulsivity and Automatic Approach bias for food
C Booth, D Spronk, M Grol, E Fox
2017
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