Ilse Van Diest
Ilse Van Diest
Professor in Psychology, KULeuven
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Interoception and mental health: a roadmap
SS Khalsa, R Adolphs, OG Cameron, HD Critchley, PW Davenport, ...
Biological psychiatry: cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging 3 (6), 501-513, 2018
The resilience framework as a strategy to combat stress-related disorders
R Kalisch, DG Baker, U Basten, MP Boks, GA Bonanno, E Brummelman, ...
Nature human behaviour 1 (11), 784-790, 2017
On the origin of interoception
E Ceunen, JWS Vlaeyen, I Van Diest
Frontiers in psychology 7, 743, 2016
Inaccurate perception of asthma symptoms: a cognitive–affective framework and implications for asthma treatment
T Janssens, G Verleden, S De Peuter, I Van Diest, O Van den Bergh
Clinical psychology review 29 (4), 317-327, 2009
Verdere validering van de Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS) en vergelijking van twee Nederlandstalige versies
U Engelen, SD Peuter, A Victoir, IV Diest, O Van den Bergh
Gedrag en gezondheid 34 (2), 61-70, 2006
Inhalation/exhalation ratio modulates the effect of slow breathing on heart rate variability and relaxation
I Van Diest, K Verstappen, AE Aubert, D Widjaja, D Vansteenwegen, ...
Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 39 (3), 171-180, 2014
Sigh rate and respiratory variability during mental load and sustained attention
E Vlemincx, J Taelman, S De Peuter, I Van Diest, O Van Den Bergh
Psychophysiology 48 (1), 117-120, 2011
Dyspnea: the role of psychological processes
S De Peuter, I Van Diest, V Lemaigre, G Verleden, M Demedts, ...
Clinical psychology review 24 (5), 557-581, 2004
Accuracy of respiratory symptom perception in different affective contexts
K Bogaerts, K Notebaert, I Van Diest, S Devriese, S De Peuter, ...
Journal of psychosomatic research 58 (6), 537-543, 2005
Media warnings about environmental pollution facilitate the acquisition of symptoms in response to chemical substances
W Winters, S Devriese, I Van Diest, B Nemery, H Veulemans, P Eelen, ...
Psychosomatic Medicine 65 (3), 332-338, 2003
Understanding fear of pain in chronic pain: interoceptive fear conditioning as a novel approach
S De Peuter, I Van Diest, D Vansteenwegen, O Van den Bergh, ...
European journal of pain 15 (9), 889-894, 2011
High symptom reporters are less interoceptively accurate in a symptom-related context
K Bogaerts, A Millen, W Li, S De Peuter, I Van Diest, E Vlemincx, ...
Journal of Psychosomatic Research 65 (5), 417-424, 2008
Learning subjective health complaints
O Van den Bergh, W Winters, S Devriese, I Van Diest
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 43 (2), 147-152, 2002
Generalization of acquired somatic symptoms in response to odors: a pavlovian perspective on multiple chemical sensitivity
S Devriese, W Winters, K Stegen, I Van Diest, H Veulemans, B Nemery, ...
Psychosomatic Medicine 62 (6), 751-759, 2000
Hyperventilation beyond fight/flight: respiratory responses during emotional imagery
I Van Diest, W Winters, S Devriese, E Vercamst, JN Han, ...
Psychophysiology 38 (6), 961-968, 2001
Acquisition and extinction of somatic symptoms in response to odours: a Pavlovian paradigm relevant to multiple chemical sensitivity.
O Van den Bergh, K Stegen, I Van Diest, C Raes, P Stulens, P Eelen, ...
Occupational and Environmental Medicine 56 (5), 295-301, 1999
Pain and respiration: a systematic review
H Jafari, I Courtois, O Van den Bergh, JWS Vlaeyen, I Van Diest
Pain 158 (6), 995-1006, 2017
Negative affectivity and enhanced symptom reports: Differentiating between symptoms in men and women
I Van Diest, S De Peuter, A Eertmans, K Bogaerts, A Victoir, ...
Social Science & Medicine 61 (8), 1835-1845, 2005
Accuracy and awareness of perception: related, yet distinct (commentary on Herbert et al., 2012)
E Ceunen, I Van Diest, J Vlaeyen
Biological psychology 92 (2), 423-427, 2013
The effects of transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation on conditioned fear extinction in humans
AM Burger, B Verkuil, I Van Diest, W Van der Does, JF Thayer, ...
Neurobiology of learning and memory 132, 49-56, 2016
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