Jacobien van Peer
Jacobien van Peer
Universitair docent Psychologie, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Verified email at psych.ru.nl
TitleCited byYear
Anxiety, cortisol, and attachment predict plasma oxytocin
M Tops, JM Van Peer, J Korf, AA Wijers, DM Tucker
Psychophysiology 44 (3), 444-449, 2007
1632007
Hypothalamus–pituitary–adrenal axis hyperresponsiveness is associated with increased social avoidance behavior in social phobia
K Roelofs, J van Peer, E Berretty, P de Jong, P Spinhoven, BM Elzinga
Biological psychiatry 65 (4), 336-343, 2009
1512009
On the neural control of social emotional behavior
K Roelofs, A Minelli, RB Mars, J Van Peer, I Toni
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 4 (1), 50-58, 2009
1302009
EEG theta/beta ratio in relation to fear-modulated response-inhibition, attentional control, and affective traits
P Putman, J van Peer, I Maimari, S van der Werff
Biological psychology 83 (2), 73-78, 2010
1212010
The effects of cortisol administration on approach–avoidance behavior: an event-related potential study
JM van Peer, K Roelofs, M Rotteveel, JG van Dijk, P Spinhoven, ...
Biological psychology 76 (3), 135-146, 2007
772007
Cortisol administration enhances the coupling of midfrontal delta and beta oscillations
JM van Peer, K Roelofs, P Spinhoven
International Journal of Psychophysiology 67 (2), 144-150, 2008
592008
Psychophysiological evidence for cortisol-induced reduction in early bias for implicit social threat in social phobia
JM van Peer, P Spinhoven, K Roelofs
Psychoneuroendocrinology 35 (1), 21-32, 2010
572010
State-dependent regulation of cortical activity by cortisol: an EEG study
M Tops, JM van Peer, AE Wester, AA Wijers, J Korf
Neuroscience letters 404 (1-2), 39-43, 2006
562006
Cortisol-induced enhancement of emotional face processing in social phobia depends on symptom severity and motivational context
JM van Peer, P Spinhoven, JG van Dijk, K Roelofs
Biological psychology 81 (2), 123-130, 2009
532009
Individual differences in emotional expressivity predict oxytocin responses to cortisol administration: Relevance to breast cancer?
M Tops, JM van Peer, J Korf
Biological Psychology 75 (2), 119-123, 2007
442007
Acute cortisol administration reduces subjective fatigue in healthy women
M Tops, JM Van Peer, AA Wijers, J Korf
Psychophysiology 43 (6), 653-656, 2006
362006
Affect-congruent approach and withdrawal movements of happy and angry faces facilitate affective categorisation
JM van Peer, M Rotteveel, P Spinhoven, MS Tollenaar, K Roelofs
Cognition and Emotion 24 (5), 863-875, 2010
352010
Sequential unfolding of appraisals: EEG evidence for the interaction of novelty and pleasantness.
JM Van Peer, D Grandjean, KR Scherer
Emotion 14 (1), 51, 2014
242014
Sense and sensibility: The role of cognitive and emotional intelligence in negotiation
K Schlegel, M Mehu, JM van Peer, KR Scherer
Journal of Research in Personality 74, 6-15, 2018
122018
Defensive freezing links Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal-axis activity and internalizing symptoms in humans
HCM Niermann, B Figner, A Tyborowska, JM van Peer, AHN Cillessen, ...
Psychoneuroendocrinology 82, 83-90, 2017
102017
Evidence of emotion-antecedent appraisal checks in electroencephalography and facial electromyography
E Coutinho, K Gentsch, J van Peer, KR Scherer, BW Schuller
PloS one 13 (1), 2018
52018
Exogenous testosterone affects early threat processing in socially anxious and healthy women
JM van Peer, D Enter, H van Steenbergen, P Spinhoven, K Roelofs
Biological psychology 129, 82-89, 2017
52017
Effects of threat and sleep deprivation on action tendencies and response inhibition.
JM van Peer, TE Gladwin, A Nieuwenhuys
Emotion, 2018
42018
Psychophysiological Evidence for Effects of Cortisol on Early Threat Processing in Social Phobia: The Roles of Motivational Context and Symptom Severity
JM Van Peer, P Spinhoven, K Roelofs
Psychophysiology 46, S25-S25, 2009
12009
Reducing the noise of reality
A Michela, MMJW van Rooij, F Klumpers, JM van Peer, K Roelofs, ...
Psychological Inquiry 30 (4), 203-210, 2019
2019
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