PhD, University of Amsterdam (2015)
MSc, Radboud University Nijmegen (2009)
BSc, Radboud University Nijmegen (2007)
My current research focuses on how attitudes inform decision-making processes, in other words how we get from what we know about an attitude object to what we feel and how we evaluate the attitude object in a given situation. Within this area, I am especially interested in ambivalent attitudes, that is when we simultaneously have positive and negative associations with the same attitude object. For these attitudes, context influences whether we evaluate the same attitude object positively, negatively, or experience conflict about it. I take a multimethod approach to study these questions using physiological measures (EMG, GSR), neuroimaging (fMRI), lab- and field studies.
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