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Daniela Becker
Daniela Becker
Behavioural Science Institute Nijmegen
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Approach avoidance training in the eating domain: testing the effectiveness across three single session studies
D Becker, NB Jostmann, RW Wiers, RW Holland
Appetite 85, 58-65, 2015
1392015
Veiled emotions: the effect of covered faces on emotion perception and attitudes
AH Fischer, M Gillebaart, M Rotteveel, D Becker, M Vliek
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (3), 266-273, 2012
932012
Emotional mimicry in social context: the case of disgust and pride
A Fischer, D Becker, L Veenstra
Frontiers in psychology 3, 475, 2012
882012
Re-training automatic action tendencies to approach cigarettes among adolescent smokers: a pilot study
G Kong, H Larsen, DA Cavallo, D Becker, J Cousijn, E Salemink, ...
The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse 41 (5), 425-432, 2015
482015
Implicit motivational processes underlying smoking in American and Dutch adolescents
H Larsen, G Kong, D Becker, J Cousijn, W Boendermaker, D Cavallo, ...
Frontiers in psychiatry 5, 51, 2014
352014
Does approach bias modification really work in the eating domain? A commentary on Kakoschke et al.(2017).
D Becker, NB Jostmann, RW Holland
Addictive behaviors 77, 293, 2018
342018
Beyond Self-Control: Mechanisms of Hedonic Goal Pursuit and Its Relevance for Well-Being
K Bernecker, D Becker
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167220941998, 2020
252020
Cognitive motivational processes underlying addiction treatment
RW Wiers, D Becker, R Holland, F Moggi, CW Lejuez
Addictions: A social psychological perspective, 201-236, 2016
202016
How can food choice best be trained? Approach-avoidance versus go/no-go training
H Veling, IAM Verpaalen, H Liu, F Mosannenzadeh, D Becker, ...
Appetite, 105226, 2021
182021
Spoiling the pleasure of success: Emotional reactions to the experience of self-control conflict in the eating domain.
D Becker, NB Jostmann, W Hofmann, RW Holland
Emotion, 2018
172018
Flexibility mindsets: Reducing biases that result from spontaneous processing
K Sassenberg, K Winter, D Becker, L Ditrich, A Scholl, GB Moskowitz
European Review of Social Psychology, 1-43, 2021
122021
When curiosity kills no cat—but mediates the relation between distant future thoughts and global processing across sensory modalities
J Förster, D Becker
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (3), 334-341, 2012
122012
Perceived Threat and Internet Use Predict Intentions to Get Bowel Cancer Screening (Colonoscopy): Longitudinal Questionnaire Study
D Becker, J Grapendorf, H Greving, K Sassenberg
Journal of medical Internet research 20 (2), 2018
102018
How go/no-go training changes behavior: A value-based decision-making perspective
H Veling, D Becker, H Liu, J Quandt, RW Holland
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 47, 101206, 2022
52022
Feeling right about doing right, even if it was difficult? Emotional and behavioral consequences of conflict during ethical consumer decision‐making
D Becker
Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 2020
52020
Forcing your luck: Goal-striving behavior in chance situations
D Becker, J van der Pligt
Motivation and emotion 40 (2), 203-211, 2016
52016
Adaptation in conflict: are conflict-triggered control adjustments protected in the presence of motivational distractors?
D Becker, NB Jostmann, RW Holland
Cognition and Emotion 33 (4), 660-672, 2019
42019
Cognitive bias modification combined with cognitive behavioral therapy: A smoking cessation intervention for adolescents
H Larsen, G Kong, D Becker, DA Cavallo, J Cousijn, E Salemink, ...
Drug & Alcohol Dependence 146, e168, 2015
42015
Wenn das Glas Wein am Abend der einzige Weg zur Entspannung ist
D Becker, K Bernecker
SuchtMagazin, 19-23, 2020
12020
Self-control conflict in the eating domain: A cognitive, affective, and behavioral perspective
D Becker
12017
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