International peer-reviewed journal publications

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Key publications

PChen, Z., Holland, R.W., Quandt, J., Dijksterhuis, A., & Veling, H. (2019). When mere action versus inaction leads to robust preference change. Journal of Personality and Social Psychologypreregistration materials and data

PJohannes, N., Buijzen, M., Veling, H. (2020). Beyond inhibitory control training: Inactions and actions influence smartphone app use through changes in explicit liking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. preregistration materials and data

PQuandt, J., Holland, R. W., Chen, Z., & Veling, H. (2019). The role of attention in explaining the no-go devaluation effect: Effects on appetitive food items. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performancepreregistration materials and data

PVeling, H., Chen, Z., Tombrock, M., Verpaalen, I. A., Schmitz, L., Dijksterhuis, A., & Holland, R. W. (2017). Training impulsive choices for healthy and sustainable food. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 23, 204-215. preregistration and materials

PVeling, H., Chen, Z., Liu, H., Quandt, J., & Holland, R. W. (2020). Updating the p-curve analysis of Carbine and Larson with results from preregistered experiments. Health Psychology Review14(2), 215-219. paper including link to preregistration and data

Publications per year

2020 / in press

PJohannes, N., Buijzen, M., Veling, H. (2020). Beyond inhibitory control training: Inactions and actions influence smartphone app use through changes in explicit liking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, . preregistration materials and data

PJohannes, N., Meier, A., Reinecke, L., Ehlert, S., Setiawan, D. N., Walasek, N., … & Veling, H. (2020). The relationship between online vigilance and affective well-being in everyday life: Combining smartphone logging with experience sampling. Media Psychology, 1-25. preregistration materials and data

PSchmitz, L., Bijleveld, E., & Veling, H. (2020). Cognitive labor shapes the desire for social and monetary compensation. Motivation and Emotion44(6), 797-809.

PSwinkels, L. M., van Schie, H. T., Veling, H., ter Horst, A. C., & Dijksterhuis, A. (2020). The self-generated full body illusion is accompanied by impaired detection of somatosensory stimuli. Acta Psychologica203, 102987.

PSwinkels, L. M., Veling, H., Dijksterhuis, A., & van Schie, H. T. (2020). Availability of synchronous information in an additional sensory modality does not enhance the full body illusion. Psychological Research, 1-22.

Pvan Stekelenburg, A., Schaap, G., Veling, H., & Buijzen, M. (2020). Correcting misperceptions: The causal role of motivation in corrective science communication about vaccine and food safety. Science Communication42(1), 31-60.

Pvan Stekelenburg, A., Schaap, G., Veling, H., & Buijzen, M. (2020). Investigating the Accuracy of US Citizens’ Beliefs About the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Longitudinal Study With Educational Intervention. Journal of medical Internet research.

PVeling, H., Chen, Z., Liu, H., Quandt, J., & Holland, R. W. (2020). Updating the p-curve analysis of Carbine and Larson with results from preregistered experiments. Health Psychology Review14(2), 215-219. paper including link to preregistration and data

PZoltak, M. J., Holland, R. W., Kukken, N., & Veling, H. (2020). Training choices toward low value options. Judgment & Decision Making15(2).

2019

PChen, Z., Holland, R.W., Quandt, J., Dijksterhuis, A., & Veling, H. (2019). When mere action versus inaction leads to robust preference change. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. preregistration materials and data

PJohannes, N., Veling, H. Verwijmeren, T., & Buijzen, M. (in press). Hard to resist? The Effect of smartphone visibility and notifications on inhibition. Journal of Media Psychology. This is a registered report (so in this case no preregistration on osf). pdf materials and data

PQuandt, J., Holland, R. W., Chen, Z., & Veling, H. (2019). The role of attention in explaining the no-go devaluation effect: Effects on appetitive food items. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performancepreregistration materials and data

Scholten, H., Granic, I., Chen, Z., Veling, H., & Luijten, M. (2019). Do smokers devaluate smoking cues after go/no-go training? Psychology & Health, 1-17. pdf

PVan ’t Riet, J., et al. (2019). On different sides: Investigating the persuasive effects of anger expression in political news messages. Political Psychology. pdf preregistration materials and data

Walker, L. A., Chambers, C. D., Veling, H., & Lawrence, N. S. (2019). Cognitive and environmental interventions to encourage healthy eating: evidence-based recommendations for public health policy. Royal Society open science6(10), 190624.

2018

PJohannes, N., Veling, H., Dora, J., Meier, A., Reinecke, L., & Buijzen, M. (2018). Mind-wandering and mindfulness as mediators of the relationship between online vigilance and well-being. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking21, 761-767. pdf preregistration materials and data

PChen, Z., Veling, H., Dijksterhuis, A., & Holland, R. W. (2018). Do impulsive individuals benefit more from food go/no-go training? Testing the role of inhibition capacity in the no-go Devaluation effect. Appetite, 124, 99-110. supplementary materials   preregistration materials and data

PChen, Z., Veling, H.P., Vries, S.P. de, Olde Bijvank, B., Janssen, I.M.C., Dijksterhuis, A.J. & Holland, R.W. (2018). Go/no-go training changes food evaluation in both morbidly obese and normal-weight individuals. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 86, 980-990. doi: 10.1037/ccp0000320. preregistration materials and data

Klaassen, F., Zedelius, C. M., Veling, H., Aarts, H., Hoijtink, H. (2018). All for One or Some for All? Evaluating Informative Hypotheses using Multiple N = 1 Studies. Behavior Research Methods, 50, 2276-2291.pdf

Poppelaars, A., Scholten, H., Granic, I., Veling, H., Johnson-Glenberg, M. C., & Luijten, M. (2018). When winning is losing: A randomized controlled trial testing a video game to train food-specific inhibitory control. Appetite129, 143-154.

Strohmaier, N., & Veling, H. (2018). Bypassing the gatekeeper: Incidental negative cues stimulate choices with negative outcomes. Cognition and Emotion, 1-8.

van de Vijver, I., van Schie, H. T., Veling, H., van Dooren, R., & Holland, R. W. (2018). Go/no-go training affects frontal midline theta and mu oscillations to passively observed food stimuli. Neuropsychologia119, 280-291. pdf

PZoltac, M., Veling, H., Chen, Z., & Holland R. W. (2018). Attention! Can choices for low value food over high value food be trained? Appetite, 124, 124-132. pdf preregistration and materials Experiment 1     preregistration Experiment 2

2017

Stice, E., Yokum, S., Veling, H., Kemps, E., & Lawrence, N. S. (2017). Pilot test of a novel food response and attention training treatment for obesity: Brain imaging data suggest actions shape valuation. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 94, 60-70. pdf

Tijs, M.S., Karremans, J.C., Veling, H., de Lange, M.A., van Meegeren, P., & Lion, R. (2017). Saving water to save the environment: Contrasting the effectiveness of environmental and monetary appeals in a residential water saving intervention. Social Influence, 12, 69-79. pdf

Van Koningsbruggen, G.M., Hartmann, T., Eden, A., & Veling, H. (2017). Spontaneous hedonic reactions to social media cues. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 20, 334-340. pdf    materials and data

Veling, H., Lawrence, N. S., Chen, Z., van Koningsbruggen, G. M., & Holland, R. W. (2017). What is trained during food go/no-go training? A review focusing on mechanisms and a research agenda. Current Addiction Reports, 4, 35-41. pdf

PVeling, H., Chen, Z., Tombrock, M., Verpaalen, I. A., Schmitz, L., Dijksterhuis, A., & Holland, R. W. (2017). Training impulsive choices for healthy and sustainable food. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 23, 204-215. preregistration and materials

2016

PChen, Z., Veling, H., Dijksterhuis, A., Holland, R. W. (2016). How does not responding to appetitive stimuli lead to devaluation: Evaluative conditioning or response inhibition? Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145, 1687-1701.  preregistration materials and data

Stice, E., Lawrence, N. S., Kemps, E., & Veling, H. (2016). Training motor responses to food: A novel treatment for obesity targeting implicit processes. Clinical Psychology Review49, 16-27. pdf

Folkvord, F., Veling, H., Hoeken, H. (2016). Targeting implicit eating related processes in children: Effects on intake. Health Psychology, 35, 919-922.

2015

Veling, H., & Bijleveld, E. (2015). When performance and risk taking are related: Working for rewards is related to risk taking when the value of rewards is presented briefly. Brain and Cognition, 101, 44-50pdf

2014

Bijleveld, E., & Veling H. (2014). Separating chokers from non-chokers: Predicting real-life tennis performance under pressure from behavioral tasks that tap into working memory functioning. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 36, 347-356. pdf

 Van Koningsbruggen, G. M.*, Veling, H.*, Stroebe, W., & Aarts, H. (2014). Comparing two psychological interventions in reducing impulsive processes of eating behavior: Effects on self-selected portion size. British Journal of Health Psychology, 19, 767-782. * Equal contribution pdf

Veling, H.*, Van Koningsbruggen, G. M.*, Aarts, H., & Stroebe, W. (2014). Targeting impulsive processes of eating behavior via the internet. Effects on body weight. Appetite, 78, 102-107.* Equal contribution pdf

Dijksterhuis, A., van Knippenberg, A., Holland, R.W., & Veling, H. (2014). Newell and Shank’s approach to psychology is a dead end. Behavioural and Brain Sciences, 37, 25-26.

Zedelius, C. M., Veling, H., Custers, R., Bijleveld, E., Chiew K. S. & Aarts, H. (2014). A new perspective on human reward research: How consciously and unconsciously perceived reward information influences performance. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 14, 493-508. pdf

2013

Veling, H., Aarts, H., & Stroebe, W. (2013). Stop signals decrease choices for palatable foods through decreased food evaluation. Frontiers in Psychology, 4, 875.

Veling, H., Aarts, H., & Stroebe, W. (2013). Using stop signals to reduce impulsive choices for palatable unhealthy foods. British Journal of Health Psychology, 18, 354-368.

Papies, E. K., & Veling, H. (2013). Healthy dining: Subtle diet reminders at the point of purchase increase low-calorie food choices among both chronic and current dieters. Appetite, 61, 1-7.

Zedelius, C. M., Veling, H., & Aarts. (2013). I was unaware and I needed the Money! Success and failure in behavioral regulation toward consciously and unconsciously perceived monetary cues. Social Cognition, 31, 81-93.

2012

Veling, H., Ruys, K. I., & Aarts, H. (2012). Anger as a hidden motivator: Associating attainable products with anger turns them into rewards. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3, 438-445.

Zedelius, C. M., Veling, H., Bijleveld, E., & Aarts, H. (2012). Promising high monetary rewards for future task performance increases intermediate task performance. PLoS ONE, 7, 8.

Zedelius, C., Veling, H., and Aarts, H. (2012). When unconscious rewards boost cognitive task performance inefficiently: The role of consciousness in integrating value and attainability information. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 6:219.

2011

Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2011). Changing impulsive determinants of unhealthy behaviours towards rewarding objects. Health Psychology Review, 5, 150-153.

Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2011). Unintentional preparation of motor impulses after incidental perception of need rewarding objects. Cognition and Emotion, 25, 1131-1138.

Veling, H., Aarts, H., & Papies, E. K. (2011). Using stop signals to inhibit chronic dieters’ responses toward palatable foods. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 11, 771-780.

Veling, H., Aarts, H., & Stroebe, W. (2011). Fear signals inhibit impulsive behavior toward rewarding food objects. Appetite, 56, 643-648.

Zedelius, C. M., Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2011). Beware the reward – How conscious processing of rewards impairs active maintenance performance. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 366-367.

Zedelius, C. M., Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2011). Boosting or choking – How Conscious and unconscious reward processing modulate the active maintenance of goal-relevant information. Consciousness and Cognition 20, 355-362.

2010

Aarts, H., Ruys, K. I., Veling, H., Renes, R.A., J. H. B. de Groot, A. M. van Nunen, & Geertjes S. (2010). The art of anger: Reward context turns avoidance responses to anger-related objects into approach. Psychological Science, 21, 1406-1410.

van der Weiden, A., Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2010). When observing gaze shifts of others enhances object desirability. Emotion, 10, 939-943.

Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2010). Cueing task goals and earning money: Relatively high monetary rewards reduce failures to act on goals in a Stroop task. Motivation and Emotion, 34, 184-190.

Aarts, H., & Veling, H. (2009). Do resonance mechanisms in language and action depend on intentional processes? European Journal of Social Psychology, 7, 1188-1190.

2009

Van Leeuwen, M. L., Veling, H., van Baaren, R. B., & Dijksterhuis, A. (2009). The influence of facial attractiveness on imitation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 1295-1298.

Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2009). Putting behavior on hold decreases reward value of need-instrumental objects outside of awareness. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 1020-1023.

2008

Veling, H., Holland, R. W., & van Knippenberg, A. (2008). When approach motivation and behavioral inhibition collide: Behavior regulation through stimulus devaluation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 1013-1019. pdf

Veling, H., & van Knippenberg, A. (2008). Intention formation induces episodic inhibition of distracting stimuli. Acta Psychologica, 128, 45-55.

Before 2008

Veling, H., Holland R. W., & van Knippenberg, A. (2007). Devaluation of distracting stimuli. Cognition and Emotion, 21, 442-448.

Veling, H., & van Knippenberg, A. (2006). Shielding intentions from distraction: Forming an intention induces inhibition of distracting stimuli. Social Cognition, 24, 409-425.

Veling, H., & van Knippenberg, A. (2004). Remembering can cause inhibition: Retrieval induced inhibition as cue independent process. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 30, 315-318.

Book Chapters

Veling, H., & Lawrence, N. (2019). Empowering consumers to choose what they want. The Psychology of Food Marketing and Overeating, 94.

Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2012). Routinized learning of behavior. In N. M. Seel (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the sciences of learning (Part 18, pp. 2905-2907). Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

Custers, R., & Veling, H. (2009). Memory: Procedural memory, skill, perceptual-motor learning and awareness. In W. P. Banks (Ed.) Encyclopedia of consciousness. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Ltd.

Publications in Dutch

Postema, M., Jonker, L., & Veling, H. (2014). Zonder opwinding een beter coach. Sportgericht, 3, 42-44.

Zedelius, C. M., Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2011). Reiken naar de sterren: Voorspelde moeite voor onbewuste onbereikbare beloningen. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2010. Delft: Eburon.

Zedelius, C. M., Veling, H., & Aarts, H. (2010). Wanneer meer geld armer maakt: De effecten van bewuste en onbewuste beloningen op het werkgeheugen. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2009. Delft: Eburon.

Hendriks, A., van Hal, J., Veling, H., & Holland, R. W. (2010). The sound of Music: Het effect van omgevingsvariabelen op het selecteren van middelen in doelgericht gedrag. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2009. Delft: Eburon.

van der Weiden, A., Aarts, H., & Veling, H. (2009). Het labyrint der oogbewegingen: Gedeelde aandacht leidt tot gedeelde intenties. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2008. Delft: Eburon.

van Tilburg, M., Holland, R. W., & Veling, H. (2005). Onbewuste invloeden van priming als je centen op het spel staan. In E. Gordijn, R. Holland, & (Eds.), Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2005. Delft: Eburon.

Veling, H., Holland, R. W., & van Knippenberg, A. (2002). De Extrinsic Affective Simon Task als flexibele maat voor het impliciet meten van stereotypen. In E. van Dijk, E. Kluwer, & D. Wigboldus (Eds.), Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2002. Delft: Eburon.