Zhang Chen
Zhang Chen
Ghent University, Department of Experimental Psychology
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How does not responding to appetitive stimuli cause devaluation: Evaluative conditioning or response inhibition?
Z Chen, H Veling, A Dijksterhuis, RW Holland
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (12), 1687-1701, 2016
What is trained during food go/no-go training? A review focusing on mechanisms and a research agenda
H Veling, NS Lawrence, Z Chen, GM van Koningsbruggen, RW Holland
Current Addiction Reports 4 (1), 35-41, 2017
Training impulsive choices for healthy and sustainable food.
H Veling, Z Chen, MC Tombrock, IAM Verpaalen, LI Schmitz, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 23 (2), 204-215, 2017
Do impulsive individuals benefit more from food go/no-go training? Testing the role of inhibition capacity in the no-go devaluation effect
Z Chen, H Veling, A Dijksterhuis, RW Holland
Appetite 124, 99-110, 2018
Go/No-Go training changes food evaluation in both morbidly obese and normal-weight individuals
Z Chen, H Veling, SP de Vries, BO Bijvank, IMC Janssen, A Dijksterhuis, ...
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 86 (12), 980-990, 2018
Attention! Can choices for low value food over high value food be trained?
MJ Zoltak, H Veling, Z Chen, RW Holland
Appetite 124, 124-132, 2018
When mere action versus inaction leads to robust preference change
Z Chen, R Holland, J Quandt, A Dijksterhuis, H Veling
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 117 (4), 721–740, 2019
Do smokers devaluate smoking cues after go/no-go training?
H Scholten, I Granic, Z Chen, H Veling, M Luijten
Psychology & Health 34 (5), 609-625, 2019
Updating the p-curve analysis of Carbine & Larson with results from preregistered experiments
H Veling, Z Chen, H Liu, J Quandt, RW Holland
Health Psychology Review, 1-13, 2019
The role of attention in explaining the no-go devaluation effect: Effects on appetitive food items.
J Quandt, RW Holland, Z Chen, H Veling
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2019
Open up–the mission statement of the control of impulsive action (Ctrl-ImpAct) lab on open science
CB Reimer, Z Chen, C Bundt, C Eben, RE London, S Vardanian
Psychologica Belgica 59 (1), 321, 2019
A direct and conceptual replication of post-loss speeding when gambling
C Eben, Z Chen, L Vermeylen, J Billieux, F Verbruggen
Royal Society open science 7 (5), 200090, 2020
How preference change induced by mere action versus inaction persists over time
Z Chen, R Holland, J Quandt, A Dijksterhuis, H Veling
Judgment and Decision Making 16 (1), 201-237, 2021
Are post-error adjustments influenced by beliefs in free will? A failure to replicate Rigoni, Wilquin, Brass and Burle, 2013
C Eben, Z Chen, E Cracco, M Brass, J Billieux, F Verbruggen
Royal Society Open Science 7 (11), 200664, 2020
Dataset belonging to" Do smokers devaluate smoking cues after go/nogo training?"
H Scholten, I Granic, Z Chen, HP Veling, M Luijten
Proximity and expectancy modulate response vigor after reward omission
Z Chen, C Reimer, F Verbruggen
Collabra: Psychology 6 (1), 18184, 2020
Changing eating behavior via simple responses: Effects of go/no-go training on food evaluation and choice
Z Chen
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Heads or tails: The influence of control beliefs on post-loss speeding when gambling?
C Eben, Z Chen, J Billieux, F Verbruggen
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