Jonas Everaert
Jonas Everaert
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The combined cognitive bias hypothesis in depression
J Everaert, EHW Koster, N Derakshan
Clinical psychology review 32 (5), 413-424, 2012
2582012
Attention, interpretation, and memory biases in subclinical depression: A proof-of-principle test of the combined cognitive biases hypothesis.
J Everaert, W Duyck, EHW Koster
Emotion 14 (2), 331, 2014
1272014
The indirect effect of attention bias on memory via interpretation bias: Evidence for the combined cognitive bias hypothesis in subclinical depression
J Everaert, M Tierens, K Uzieblo, EHW Koster
Cognition & emotion 27 (8), 1450-1459, 2013
802013
A comprehensive meta-analysis of interpretation biases in depression
J Everaert, IR Podina, EHW Koster
Clinical Psychology Review 58, 33-48, 2017
722017
Internal cognitive control in clinical depression: General but no emotion-specific impairments
E De Lissnyder, EHW Koster, J Everaert, R Schacht, D Van den Abeele, ...
Psychiatry research 199 (2), 124-130, 2012
682012
Mapping the interplay among cognitive biases, emotion regulation, and depressive symptoms
J Everaert, I Grahek, W Duyck, J Buelens, N Van den Bergh, EHW Koster
Cognition and Emotion 31 (4), 726-735, 2017
402017
Attention training through gaze-contingent feedback: Effects on reappraisal and negative emotions.
A Sanchez, J Everaert, EHW Koster
Emotion 16 (7), 1074, 2016
402016
Attention bias modification via single-session dot-probe training: Failures to replicate
J Everaert, C Mogoaşe, D David, EHW Koster
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 49, 5-12, 2015
382015
Individual differences in cognitive control over emotional material modulate cognitive biases linked to depressive symptoms
J Everaert, I Grahek, EHW Koster
Cognition and Emotion 31 (4), 736-746, 2017
332017
Looking through tinted glasses: Depression and social anxiety are related to both interpretation biases and inflexible negative interpretations
J Everaert, MV Bronstein, TD Cannon, J Joormann
Clinical Psychological Science 6 (4), 517-528, 2018
322018
Specificity and overlap of attention and memory biases in depression
I Marchetti, J Everaert, J Dainer-Best, T Loeys, CG Beevers, EHW Koster
Journal of affective disorders 225, 404-412, 2018
292018
Emotionally biased cognitive processes: the weakest link predicts prospective changes in depressive symptom severity
J Everaert, W Duyck, EHW Koster
PLoS One 10 (5), e0124457, 2015
272015
Life is… great! Emotional attention during instructed and uninstructed ambiguity resolution in relation to depressive symptoms
A Sanchez, J Everaert, LMS De Putter, SC Mueller, EHW Koster
Biological Psychology 109, 67-72, 2015
262015
Cognitive control in depression: Toward clinical models informed by cognitive neuroscience
I Grahek, J Everaert, RM Krebs, EHW Koster
Clinical Psychological Science 6 (4), 464-480, 2018
252018
Interactions among emotional attention, encoding, and retrieval of ambiguous information: An eye-tracking study.
J Everaert, EHW Koster
Emotion 15 (5), 539, 2015
202015
Evaluatie van de psychometrische eigenschappen van de Rosenberg zelfwaardeschaal in een poliklinisch psychiatrische populatie
J Everaert, EHW Koster, R Schacht, R De Raedt
Gedragstherapie 43 (4), 307-317, 2010
192010
Eye-gaze contingent attention training (ECAT): Examining the causal role of attention regulation in reappraisal and rumination
A Sanchez-Lopez, J Everaert, J Van Put, R De Raedt, EHW Koster
Biological psychology 142, 116-125, 2019
112019
Emotion Regulation Difficulties Related to Depression and Anxiety: A Network Approach to Model Relations Among Symptoms, Positive Reappraisal, and Repetitive Negative Thinking
J Everaert, J Joormann
Clinical Psychological Science 7 (6), 1304-1318, 2019
102019
Pathways to paranoia: Analytic thinking and belief flexibility
MV Bronstein, J Everaert, A Castro, J Joormann, TD Cannon
Behaviour research and therapy 113, 18-24, 2019
62019
When negative interpretations persist, positive emotions don't! Inflexible negative interpretations encourage depression and social anxiety by dampening positive emotions
J Everaert, MV Bronstein, A Castro, TD Cannon, J Joormann
Behaviour Research and Therapy 124, 2020
52020
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