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The unconscious eye opener: Pupil dilation reveals strategic recruitment of resources upon presentation of subliminal reward cues
E Bijleveld, R Custers, H Aarts
Psychological science 20 (11), 1313-1315, 2009
3112009
Unconscious reward cues increase invested effort, but do not change speed–accuracy tradeoffs
E Bijleveld, R Custers, H Aarts
Cognition 115 (2), 330-335, 2010
1752010
Positive priming and intentional binding: Eye-blink rate predicts reward information effects on the sense of agency
H Aarts, E Bijleveld, R Custers, M Dogge, M Deelder, D Schutter, ...
Social neuroscience 7 (1), 105-112, 2012
1092012
Adaptive reward pursuit: how effort requirements affect unconscious reward responses and conscious reward decisions.
E Bijleveld, R Custers, H Aarts
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 141 (4), 728, 2012
962012
Once the money is in sight: Distinctive effects of conscious and unconscious rewards on task performance
E Bijleveld, R Custers, H Aarts
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (4), 865-869, 2011
842011
The cortisol response to anticipated intergroup interactions predicts self-reported prejudice
E Bijleveld, D Scheepers, N Ellemers
PLoS One 7 (3), e33681, 2012
822012
Human reward pursuit: From rudimentary to higher-level functions
E Bijleveld, R Custers, H Aarts
Current Directions in Psychological Science 21 (3), 194-199, 2012
62*2012
A new perspective on human reward research: How consciously and unconsciously perceived reward information influences performance
CM Zedelius, H Veling, R Custers, E Bijleveld, KS Chiew, H Aarts
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 493-508, 2014
542014
Reward-driven distraction: A meta-analysis.
D Rusz, ME Le Pelley, MAJ Kompier, L Mait, E Bijleveld
Psychological Bulletin 146 (10), 872, 2020
532020
Promising high monetary rewards for future task performance increases intermediate task performance
CM Zedelius, H Veling, E Bijleveld, H Aarts
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e42547, 2012
422012
The feeling of effort during mental activity
E Bijleveld
Consciousness and Cognition 63, 218-227, 2018
382018
Distinct neural responses to conscious versus unconscious monetary reward cues
E Bijleveld, R Custers, S Van der Stigchel, H Aarts, P Pas, M Vink
Human brain mapping 35 (11), 5578-5586, 2014
362014
Large expert-curated database for benchmarking document similarity detection in biomedical literature search
P Brown, Y Zhou
Database 2019, baz085, 2019
342019
Separating chokers from nonchokers: Predicting real-life tennis performance under pressure from behavioral tasks that tap into working memory functioning
E Bijleveld, H Veling
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 36 (4), 347-356, 2014
322014
Effort responses to suboptimal reward cues are related to striatal dopaminergic functioning
P Pas, R Custers, E Bijleveld, M Vink
Motivation and Emotion 38, 759-770, 2014
302014
Ventral striatum is related to within-subject learning performance
M Vink, P Pas, E Bijleveld, R Custers, TE Gladwin
Neuroscience 250, 408-416, 2013
292013
Fatigue, boredom and objectively measured smartphone use at work
J Dora, M van Hooff, S Geurts, M Kompier, E Bijleveld
Royal Society Open Science 8 (7), 201915, 2021
272021
The psychological science of money
H Aarts, E Bijleveld
272014
The implicit power motive predicts action selection
PF Stoeckart, M Strick, E Bijleveld, H Aarts
Psychological Research 81, 560-570, 2017
262017
Mind wandering increases linearly with text difficulty
R Kahmann, Y Ozuer, CM Zedelius, E Bijleveld
Psychological Research 86 (1), 284-293, 2022
242022
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