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  1. Romano L, Russo C, Gladwin TE, Panno A (2024). Adolescents and young adults’ participation in pro-environmental movements: A systematic review. The Journal of Genetic Psychology, Link.
  2. Gladwin TE (2023). Estimating the number of principal components via Split-Half Eigenvector Matching (SHEM). MethodsX, 11(102286), Link.
  3. Fridland E, Wiers C, Rinck M, Becker E, Gladwin TE (2023). An experimental test of integrating imagery with approach bias modification for alcohol: A cautionary tale. British Journal of Health Psychology, 28(2), 383 – 396, https://doi/10.1111/bjhp.12630. Link.
  4. Verdejo-Garcia A, et al. (2023). Cognitive training and remediation interventions for substance use disorders: A Delphi consensus study. Addiction, 118(5), 935-951, doi: 10.1111/add.16109. Link.
  5. Gladwin TE (2023). Towards the nature of automatic associations: Item-level computational semantic similarity and IAT-based alcohol-valence associations. Addiction Research and Theory, Link.
  6. Sharpe BT, Halls M, Gladwin TE (2022). The rise and fall of the dot-probe task: Opportunities for metascientific learning. Seeds of Science, Link.
  7. Reaney M, Gladwin TE, Chmiel N, Churchill S (2022). Encouraging foot care in people with and without diabetes through narrative communication. Journal of Health Psychology, 27(9), Link.
  8. Gladwin TE, Markwell N, Panno A (2022). Do semantic vectors contain traces of biophilic connections between nature and mental health? Ecopsychology, Link.
  9. Watson P, Gladwin TE, Verhoeven AAC, de Wit S (2022). Investigating habits in humans with a symmetrical outcome-revaluation task. Behavior Research Methods, Link.
  10. Reaney M, Gladwin TE, Churchill S (2022). Information about foot care provided to people with diabetes with or without their partners: impact on recommended foot care behavior. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 14(2), Link.
  11. Blackwell SE, Ehring T, Gladwin TE, Margraf J, Woud ML (2021). The relationship between self-traumatized and self-vulnerable automatic associations and posttraumatic stress symptoms among adults who have experienced a distressing life event. Current Psychology, Link.
  12. Gladwin TE, Halls M, Vink M (2021). Experimental control of conflict in a predictive Visual Probe Task: Highly reliable bias scores related to anxiety. Acta Psychologica, Link.
  13. Gladwin TE, Vink M (2021). Anticipated attack slows responses in a cued Virtual Attack Emotional Sternberg Task. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 17(1), 31-43, Link.
  14. Smits FM, Geuze SG, Schutter DJLG, van Honk J, Gladwin TE (2021). Effects of tDCS during inhibitory control training on performance and PTSD, aggression and anxiety symptoms: A randomized controlled trial in a military sample. Psychological Medicine, 1-11, Link.
  15. Gladwin TE, Jewiss M, Vink M (2020). Attentional bias for negative expressions depends on previous target location: Replicable effect but unreliable measures. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, doi:10.1080/20445911.2020.1805453. Link.
  16. Vink M, Gladwin TE, Geeraerts S, Pas P, Bos D, Hofstee M, Durston S, Vollebergh W (2020). Towards an integrated account of the development of self-regulation from a neurocognitive perspective: A framework for current and future longitudinal multi-modal investigations. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2020.100829. Link.
  17. Gladwin TE (2020). An implementation of repeated measures ANOVA: Effect coding, automated exploration of interactions, and randomization testing. MethodsX, doi:10.1016/j.mex.2020.100947. Link.
  18. Markwell N, Gladwin TE (2020). Shinrin-yoku (forest bathing) reduces stress and increases people’s positive affect and wellbeing in comparison to its digital counterpart. Ecopsychology, 12 (4), Link.
  19. Gladwin TE, Vink M (2020). Spatial anticipatory attentional bias for threat: Reliable individual differences with RT-based online measurement. Consciousness and Cognition, 81, 102930, doi:10.1016/j.concog.2020.102930. Link.
  20. Gladwin TE, Jewiss M, Banic M, Pereira A (2020). Associations between performance-based and self-reported prospective memory, impulsivity and encoding support. Acta Psychologica, Link.
  21. Gladwin TE, Banic M, Figner B, Vink M (2020). Predictive cues and spatial attentional bias for alcohol: manipulations of cue-outcome mapping. Addictive Behaviors, doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2019.106247. Link.
  22. Belmar M, Gladwin TE, Reis L, Pinho M, Silva D, Nunes V, Raskin SA, de Mendonça A, Pereira A (2020). An exploration of prospective memory components and subtasks of the Memory for Intentions Test (MIST). Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 42(3):274-284, doi: 10.1080/13803395.2019.1710111. Link.
  23. David S, Heesink L, Geuze SG, Gladwin TE, van Honk J, Kleber R, Leemans A (2020). Regions of white matter abnormalities in the arcuate fasciculus in veterans with anger and aggression problems. Brain Structure and Function, doi:10.1007/s00429-019-02016-2. Link.
  24. Gladwin TE, Figner B, Vink M (2019). Anticipation-specific reliability and trial-to-trial carryover of anticipatory attentional bias for threat. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, doi:10.1080/20445911.2019.1659801. Link.
  25. Gladwin TE, Möbius M, Vink M (2019). Threat-induced impulsivity in go/nogo tasks: Relationships to task-relevance of emotional stimuli and virtual proximity. Consciousness and Cognition, 74, 102795, doi:10.1016/j.concog.2019.102795. Link.
  26. Gladwin TE, Figner B (2019). Trial-to-trial carryover effects on spatial attentional bias. Acta Psychologica, 196, Link.
  27. Gladwin TE (2019). Spatial anticipatory attentional bias for alcohol: a preliminary report on reliability and associations with risky drinking. Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, 32(1), 63-70, doi:10.5114/ain.2019.85769. Link.
  28. Hashemi M, Gladwin TE, Margreet de Valk N, Zhang W, Kaldewaij R, van Ast V, Koch S, Klumpers F, Roelofs K (2019). Neural dynamics of shooting decisions and the switch from freeze to fight. Scientific Reports, 9:4240, Link.
  29. Gladwin TE, Möbius M, Becker ES (2019). Predictive Attentional Bias Modification induces stimulus-evoked attentional bias for threat. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 15(3), 479-490, Link.
  30. Gladwin TE, Möbius M, McLoughlin S, Tyndall I (2019). Anticipatory versus reactive spatial attentional bias to threat. British Journal of Psychology, doi: 10.1111/bjop.12309. Link.
  31. Dorresteijn S, Gladwin TE, Eekhout I, Vermetten E, Geuze E (2019). Childhood trauma and the role of self-blame on psychological well-being after deployment in male veterans. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 10(1), doi:10.1080/20008198.2018.1558705. Link.
  32. Pas P, Du Plessis S, van den Munkhof H, Gladwin TE, Vink M (2018). Using subjective expectations to model the neural underpinnings of proactive inhibition. European Journal of Neuroscience, 49 (12), 1575-1586, doi: 10.1111/ejn.14308. Link.
  33. Gladwin TE (2018). Educating students and future researchers about academic misconduct and questionable collaboration practices. International Journal for Educational Integrity, 14:10, Link.
  34. Den Uyl TE, Gladwin TE, Lindenmeyer J, Wiers RW (2018). A clinical trial with combined transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and attentional bias modification in alcohol dependent patients. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 22(6): 1632-1640, doi: 10.1111/adb.12463.
  35. Van Peer JM, Gladwin TE, Nieuwenhuys A (2018). Effects of threat and sleep deprivation on action tendencies and response inhibition. Emotion, doi:10.1037/emo0000533. Link.
  36. Woud M, Zlomuzica A, Cwik J, Margraf J, Shkreli L, Blackwell S, Gladwin TE, Ehring T (2018). Effects of appraisal training on responses to recalling a distressing autobiographical event. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 56:26-34, doi: 10.1016/j.janxdis.2018.03.010. Link.
  37. Boendermaker WJ, Gladwin TE, Peeters M, Prins PJM, Wiers RW (2018). Training working memory in adolescents using serious game elements. JMIR Serious Games, 6(2):e10, doi: 10.2196/games.8364.
  38. Gladwin TE, Vink M (2018). Freeze or forget? Virtual attack effects in an emotional Sternberg task. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 14(2), Link.
  39. Gladwin TE, Vink M (2018). Alcohol-related Attentional Bias Variability and conflicting automatic associations. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 9(2), 1-14, Link.
  40. Gladwin TE, Salemink E, Garritsen H, Noom S, Kraaij G, Wiers RW (2018). Is alcohol-related aggression related to automatic alcohol-power or alcohol-aggression associations? Psychology of Violence, 8(2), 229-237, Link.
  41. Varkevisser T, Gladwin TE, Heesink L, van Honk J, Geuze E (2017). Resting-state functional connectivity in combat veterans suffering from impulsive aggression. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 12(12), 1881-1889, doi:10.1093/scan/nsx113. Link.
  42. Heesink L, Gladwin TE, Vink M, van Honk J, Kleber R, Geuze E (2017). Neural activity during the viewing of emotional pictures in veterans with pathological anger and aggression. European Psychiatry, 47, 1-8, doi: 10.1016/j.eurpsy.2017.09.002. Link.
  43. Heesink L, Gladwin TE, Terburg D, van Honk J, Kleber R, Geuze E (2017). Proximity alert! Distance related cuneus activation in military veterans with anger and aggression problems. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 266, 114-122. doi: 10.1016/j.pscychresns.2017.06.012. Link.
  44. Gladwin TE (2017). Carryover effects in spatial attentional bias tasks and their relationship to subclinical PTSD symptoms. Traumatology, 23(4), 303-308. doi: 10.1037/trm0000121. Link.
  45. Gladwin TE (2017). Negative effects of an alternating-bias training aimed at attentional flexibility: A single session study. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 1, 41-56. doi: 10.1080/21642850.2016.1266634. Link.
  46. Gladwin TE (2017). Attentional bias variability and cued attentional bias for alcohol stimuli. Addiction Research and Theory, 25 (1): 32-38. doi: 10.1080/16066359.2016.1196674. Link.
  47. Gladwin TE, Wiers CE, Wiers RW (2017). Interventions aimed at automatic processes in addiction: Considering necessary conditions for efficacy. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 13: 19-24. doi: 10.1016/j.cobeha.2016.08.001. Link.
  48. Den Uyl TE, Gladwin TE, Rinck M, Lindenmeyer J, Wiers RW (2016). A clinical trial with combined transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and alcohol approach bias retraining. Addiction Biology, 22(6), 1632-1640. doi: 10.1111/adb.12463. Link.
  49. Korucuoglu O, Gladwin TE, Baas F, Mocking RJT, Ruhe HG, Groot PFC, Wiers RW (2016). Neural response to alcohol taste cues in youth: effects of the OPRM1 gene. Addiction Biology. doi: 10.1111/adb.12440. Link.
  50. Wiers CE, Gladwin TE, Ludwig VU, Gropper S, Stuke H, Wiers RW, Walter H, Bermpohl F (2016). Comparing three cognitive biases for alcohol cues in alcohol dependence. Alcohol and Alcoholism. doi: 10.1093/alcalc/agw063. Link.
  51. Den Uyl TE, Gladwin TE, Wiers RW (2016). Electrophysiological and behavioural effects of combined transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and alcohol approach bias retraining in hazardous drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 40(10), 2124-2133. doi: 10.1111/acer.13171. Link.
  52. Woud M, Salemink E, Gladwin TE, Wiers RW, Becker E, Lindenmeyer J, Rinck M (2016). Alcohol homograph priming in alcohol-dependent inpatients. Sucht, 62, 217-224. doi: 10.1024/0939-5911/a000432.
  53. Gladwin TE, Vink M, Mars RB (2016). A landscape-based cluster analysis using recursive search instead of a threshold parameter. MethodsX, 3: 477-482. doi: 10.1016/j.mex.2016.06.002. Link.
  54. Gladwin TE, Hashemi MM, van Ast V, Roelofs K (2016). Ready and waiting: Freezing as active action preparation under threat. Neuroscience Letters, 619, 182-188. doi:10.1016/j.neulet.2016.03.027. Link.
  55. Ly V, Bergmann TO, Gladwin TE, Volman I, Usberti N, Cools R, Roelofs K (2016). Reduced affective biasing of instrumental action with tDCS over the prefrontal cortex. Brain Stimulation, S1935-861X(16)30004-3. doi: 10.1016/j.brs.2016.02.002. Link.
  56. Wiers CE, Shumay E, Cabrera E, Shokri-Kojori E, Gladwin TE, Skarda E, Cunningham SI, Kim SW, Wong CTC, Tomasi D, Wang G-J, Volkow ND (2016). Reduced sleep duration mediates decreases in striatal D2/D3 receptor availability in cocaine abusers. Translational Psychiatry, 6, e752. doi:10.1038/tp.2016.14. Link.
  57. Korucuoglu O, Gladwin TE, Wiers RW (2016). The effect of acute alcohol on motor-related EEG asymmetries during preparation of approach or avoid alcohol responses. Biological Psychology, 114: 81-92, doi:10.1016/j.biopsycho.2015.12.012. Link.
  58. Mars RB, Verhagen L, Gladwin TE, Neubert F-X, Sallet J, Rushworth MFS (2016). Comparing brains by matching connectivity profiles. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 60: 90-97. Link.
  59. Wiers RW, Gladwin TE (2016). Reflective and impulsive processes in addiction and the role of motivation. Reflective and Impulsive Determinants of Human Behavior, Eds Deutsch R, Gawronski B, Hofmann W. New York, NY: Psychology Press.
  60. Gladwin TE, Wiers CE, Wiers RW (2016). Cognitive neuroscience of cognitive retraining for addiction medicine: From mediating mechanisms to questions of efficacy. In Hamed Ekhtiari, Martin Paulus, editors: Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine: From Prevention to Rehabilitation - Methods and Interventions, Vol 224, PBR, UK: Elsevier, 323-344, Available online.
  61. Lojowska M, Gladwin TE, Hermans EJ, Roelofs K (2015). Freezing promotes perception of coarse visual features. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 144(6): 1080-1088. doi: 10.1037/xge0000117. Link.
  62. Wiers RW, Boelema S, Nikolaou K, Gladwin TE (2015). On the development of implicit and control processes in relation to substance use in adolescence. Current Addiction Reports, 2: 141-155. doi: 10.1007/s40429-015-0053-z. Link.
  63. Korucuoglu O, Gladwin TE, Wiers RW (2015). Alcohol-induced changes in conflict monitoring and error detection as predictors of alcohol use in late adolescence. Neuropsychopharmacology, 40(3):614-21. doi: 10.1038/npp.2014.209. Link.
  64. Wiers CE, Ludwig VU, Gladwin TE, ..., Walter H, Bermpohl F (2015). Effects of cognitive bias modification training on neural signatures of alcohol approach tendencies in male alcohol-dependent patients. Addiction Biology. doi: 10.1111/adb.12221. Link.
  65. Den Uyl TE, Gladwin TE, Wiers RW (2015). Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, implicit alcohol associations and craving. Biological Psychology, 105: 37-42. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsycho.2014.12.004. Link.
  66. Gladwin TE, Rinck M, Eberl C, Becker ES, Lindenmeyer J, Wiers RW (2015). Mediation of Cognitive Bias Modification for alcohol addiction via stimulus-specific alcohol avoidance association. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 39 (1): 101-107. doi: 10.1111/acer.12602. Link.
  67. Vink M, Zandbelt BB, Gladwin T, Hillegers M, Hoogendam JM, van den Wildenberg WP, Du Plessis S, Kahn RS (2014). Frontostriatal activity and connectivity increase during proactive inhibition across adolescence and early adulthood. Hum Brain Mapp 35(9):4415-27. doi: 10.1002/hbm.22483. Link.
  68. Wiers CE, Stelzel C, Gladwin TE, ..., Walter H, Bermpohl F (2014). Effects of Cognitive Bias Modification-training on neural alcohol cue reactivity in alcohol-dependence. American Journal of Psychiatry, 172(4), 335-343, doi:10.1176/appi.ajp.2014.13111495. Link.
  69. Gladwin TE, Mohr SE, Wiers RW (2014). The potential role of temporal dynamics in approach biases: Delay-dependence of a general approach bias in an alcohol Approach-Avoidance Task. Frontiers. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01398. Link.
  70. Van Hecke J, Gladwin TE, Coremans J, Hulstijn W, Sabbe B (2014). Functionele MRI bij schizofrenie: belang van aangepaste taak in de scanner. Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie, 56 (6): 385 - 393. Link.
  71. Gladwin TE, Figner B (2014). "Hot" cognition and dual systems: Introduction, criticisms, and ways forward. In: Frontiers of Cognitive Psychology Series: Neuroeconomics, Judgment and Decision Making, Eds Wilhelms E, Reyna VF. New York: Psychological Press, 157-180. Link. Extract from author's final draft, online preprint.
  72. Gladwin TE, ter Mors - Schulte MH, Ridderinkhof KR, Wiers RW (2013). Medial parietal cortex activation related to attention control involving alcohol cues Frontiers in Psychiatry. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2013.00174. Link.
  73. Korucuoglu O, Gladwin TE, Wiers RW (2013). Preparing to approach or avoid alcohol: EEG correlates, and acute alcohol effects. Neuroscience Letters, 559, 199-204. doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2013.12.003. Link.
  74. Wiers RW, Gladwin TE, Rinck M (2013). Should we train alcohol-dependent patients to avoid alcohol? Frontiers in Psychiatry, 4 (33). Link.
  75. Vink M, Pas P, Bijleveld E, Custers R, Gladwin TE (2013). Ventral striatum is related to within-subject learning performance. Neuroscience. doi:10.1016/j.neuroscience.2013.07.034. Link.
  76. Wiers RW, Gladwin TE, Derks ED (2013). Implicit cognition: An intermediate phenotype for addiction? In: Genetic Influences on Addiction: An Intermediate Phenotype Approach, Eds MacKillop J, Munafo M. Cambridge MA: MIT Press. Link. Extract.
  77. Wiers RW, Gladwin TE, Hofmann W, Salemink E, Ridderinkhof KR (2012). Cognitive Bias Modification and Control Training in addiction and related psychopathology: Mechanisms, clinical perspectives and ways forward. Clinical Psychological Science, 1 (2), 192 - 212. doi:10.1177/2167702612466547. Link.
  78. van Hecke J, Gladwin TE, Coremans J, Destoop M, Hulstijn W, Sabbe B (2012). Towards a solution for performance related confounds: Frontal, striatal and parietal activation during a continuous spatiotemporal working memory manipulation task. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 7 (1), 85 - 90. Link.
  79. Gladwin TE, den Uyl T, Wiers RW (2012). Anodal tDCS of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during an Implicit Association Test. Neuroscience Letters, 517 (2), 82 - 86. Link.
  80. Gladwin TE, den Uyl T, Fregni F, Wiers RW (2012). Enhancement of selective attention by tDCS: Interaction with interference in a Sternberg task. Neuroscience Letters, 512 (1), 33-37, doi:10.1016/j.neulet.2012.01.056. Link.
  81. Gladwin TE, Derks EM, ..., Ophoff RA (2012). Segment-wise genome-wide association analysis identifies a candidate region associated with schizophrenia in three independent samples. PLoS ONE, 7(6):e38828. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0038828. Link.
  82. Gladwin TE, Wiers RW (2011). Alcohol-related effects on automaticity due to experimentally manipulated conditioning. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 36 (5), 895 - 899. Link.
  83. Gladwin TE, Wiers RW (2011). How do alcohol cues affect working memory? Persistent slowing due to alcohol-related distracters in an alcohol version of the Sternberg task. Addiction Research & Theory. doi:10.3109/16066359.2011.614977. Link.
  84. Gladwin TE, Figner BF, Crone EA, Wiers RW (2011). Addiction, adolescence, and the integration of control and motivation. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 1 (4), 364-376. doi:10.1016/j.dcn.2011.06.008. Link.
  85. van Hecke J, Gladwin TE, Coremans J, Destoop M, Hulstijn W, Sabbe B (2010). Prefrontal, parietal and basal activation associated with the reordering of a two-element list. Biological Psychology, 85(1), 143-148. Link.
  86. van Buuren M, Gladwin TE, Zandbelt BB, Kahn RS, Vink M (2010). Reduced functional coupling in the default-mode network during self-referential processing. Hum Brain Mapp, 31(8), 1117-1127. Link.
  87. Fleming SM, Mars RB, Gladwin TE, Haggard P (2009). When the brain changes its mind: Flexibility of action selection in instructed and free choices. Cerebral Cortex, 19(10), 2352-2360. Link.
  88. van Buuren M, Gladwin TE, Zandbelt BB, van den Heuvel M, Ramsey NF, Kahn RS, Vink M (2009). Cardiorespiratory effects on default-mode network activity as measured with fMRI. Human Brain Mapping, 30(9), 3031-3042. Link.
  89. Mars RB, Debener S, Gladwin TE, Harrison L, Haggard P, Rothwell J, Bestmann S (2008). Trial-by-trial fluctuations in the event-related encephalogram reflect dynamic changes in the degree of surprise. The Journal of Neuroscience, 28(47),12539-12545. Link.
  90. Zandbelt BB, Gladwin TE, Raemaekers M, van Buuren M, Kahn RS, Ramsey NF, Vink M (2008). Within-subject variation in the BOLD-fMRI signal across repeated measurements: quantification and implications for sample size. Neuroimage, 42(1), 196-206. Link.
  91. Gladwin TE, 't Hart BM, de Jong R (2008). Dissociations between hand-related EEG measures in a cued movement sequence task. Cortex, 44(5), 521-536. Link.
  92. de Jong R, Gladwin TE, 't Hart BM (2006). Movement-related EEG indices of preparation in task switching and motor control. Brain Res, 1105(1):73-82. Link.
  93. Gladwin TE, Lindsen JP, de Jong R (2006). Pre-stimulus EEG effects related to response speed, task switching and upcoming response hand. Biological Psychology, 72(1), 15-34, doi: 10.1016/j.biopsycho.2005.05.005. Link.
  94. Gladwin TE, de Jong R (2005). Bursts of occipital theta and alpha amplitude preceding alternation and repetition trials in a task-switching experiment. Biological Psychology, 68(3), 309-29. Link.