26 Works

Plans

Sarah Kasran & Jan De Houwer
Registration of study aims, planned sample size, design, procedure, and data analysis plans prior to data collection.

Student project: Speed of play influenced by the origin of loss: A malfunctioning gambling machine

Eline Anslot & Zhang Chen

Theoretical Rationale and Hypotheses

Hans IJzerman, Nicolas Kaczmarek, Astrid Mignon, Amelie Rousseau & Charlotte Baey

Pilot Data

Hans IJzerman, Nicolas Kaczmarek, Astrid Mignon, Amelie Rousseau & Charlotte Baey

Effects of losses disguised as wins on response vigor - Experiment 3

Zhang Chen, Charlotte Eben & Frederick Verbruggen
In two previous experiments, we found that losses disguised as wins (LDWs, i.e., 'winning' part of one's wager back) had a distinct influence on response vigor compared to both regular wins and regular losses. However, some potentially confounding factors still existed. In the current experiment, we use a new design to address these issues.

The EXCITE-network: providing access to leading-edge electron and X-ray microscopy facilities for geo-materials research

Oliver Plümper , Veerl Cnudde , Geertje ter Maat , Sylvia Walter , Richard Wessels & the EXCITE network
Understanding earth materials is critical to creating a sustainable, carbon-neutral society due to their involvement in many vital processes. Earth materials control the feasibility of subsurface energy storage, geothermal energy extraction, and are a source of critical elements. However, perturbations to geological systems can also result in hazards, such as human-induced earthquakes. If we want to tackle current, pressing scientific questions related to sustainable development for a circular economy, there is an urgent need to...

Does the Relation between Neuroticism and Evaluative Conditioning Depend on Ambivalence? Insights from Ambiguous and Uncertain Learning Situations

Cătălina Bunghez, Florin Sava, Andrei Rusu, Jan De Houwer, Marco Perugini & Yannick Boddez
The current project examines, through two independent experiments, the manifestations of neuroticism via evaluative conditioning. Evaluative conditioning (EC) is an effect which consists in repeatedly presentations of a conditioned stimulus (CS) with a positive or negative unconditioned stimulus (US), resulting a valence transfer from the US to the CS. To further investigate the interindividual differences of neuroticism on this effect, we introduced the uncertainty/ ambivalence element which could help us to capture the natural tendency...

Data Initiatives Environmental Analysis

Sander Van Damme

Open Science manifesto Ctrl-ImpAct lab

Frederick Verbruggen
Open Science is multifaceted. This document focuses on those aspects that are currently most relevant for the Ctrl-ImpAct lab, namely Open Data, Open Source and Materials, Open Methodology and Transparency, and Open Access.

Revisiting the impact of singularity on the Identified Victim Effect: An unsuccessful replication and extension of Kogut and Ritov (2005a) Study 2

Rajarshi Majumder, Tai Long, Ignazio Ziano & Gilad Feldman

Quand le syntagme nominal prend ses marques

Peter Lauwers, Katia Paykin, Mihaela ILIOAIA, Machteld Meulleman & Pascale Hadermann
This volume brings together about twenty contributions on the syntax and semantics of predicates and arguments, written by international specialists in the field. The formal architecture of the predicate (verbal and nominal) and the morpho-syntactic means of marking its arguments are addressed, with particular attention to the dative. This book is mainly focused on French, while putting it in perspective with other languages, Romance (Spanish, Romanian), Germanic (Dutch, English) and Slavic (Russian), not to mention...

Data Initiatives Environmental Analysis

Sander Van Damme

Associations of habitual sedentary time with cognitive functions in 7th and 8th grade adolescents

Veerle Van Oeckel
This dataset was used to investigate the association of volumes of habitual sedentary time and prolonged sedentary time, measured with a thigh-worn accelerometer, with a wide range of executive functions and short-term memory in 7th and 8th grade adolescents.

Methods, Procedures, and Scales

Hans IJzerman, Nicolas Kaczmarek, Astrid Mignon, Amelie Rousseau & Charlotte Baey

Reviewer Component

Hans IJzerman, Nicolas Kaczmarek, Astrid Mignon, Amelie Rousseau & Charlotte Baey

Moving On: Neurochemical Underpinnings of Patch-Leaving Decisions in Human Foraging

Brent Vernaillen, Anna Marzecová, Tom Verguts & Gerhard Jocham
The current study, that is the subject of a master dissertation, is part of a larger ongoing project on the role catecholamines such as noradrenaline and dopamine. This thesis will specifically focus on the contribution of noradrenaline to patch leaving decisions in a foraging context, and will test a specific set of hypotheses. In order to maximise reward, organisms constantly have to balance what is commonly referred to as the trade-off between exploitation (of known...

Planned Analyses

Hans IJzerman, Nicolas Kaczmarek, Astrid Mignon, Amelie Rousseau & Charlotte Baey

Interpersonal stress as predictor of inflammation in adolescents: emotion regulation and heart rate variability as moderator?

Nathalie Michels
This study aims to examine the association of interpersonal stress (peer adversity and parental rejection) with inflammatory markers and the potential protective moderation by emotion regulation and parasympathetic nervous activity.

Plans

Sarah Kasran & Jan De Houwer
Registration of study aims, planned sample size, design, procedure, and data analysis plans prior to data collection.

R-code used in paper: Small sample correction for FSR

Jasper Bogaert

Data management guidelines CoBE lab

Frederick Verbruggen & Myriam Mertens

Indicators and measures to assess coverage, content and quality of postnatal care: a literature scoping review protocol

Anna Galle, Ann-Beth Moller, Moise Muzigaba, Godwin Tuabu, Louise-Tina Day & Allisyn Moran
Protocol of a scoping review about indicators assessing quality of postnatal care

Evaluating the effectiveness of implementation intentions to strengthen approach-avoidance training: Pilot study on alcohol use disorder

Nicolas Kaczmarek, Astrid Mignon, Amelie Rousseau & Charlotte Baey
This pre-registered study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of implementation intention to strengthen approach-avoidance training. It's a pilot study on alcohol use disorder.

Registration Year

  • 2022
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Resource Types

  • Text
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Affiliations

  • Universiteit Gent
    23
  • Ghent University
    3
  • University of Lille
    1
  • University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne
    1
  • Utrecht University
    1