Tom Beckers
TitleCited byYear
Retrieval per se is not sufficient to trigger reconsolidation of human fear memory
D Sevenster, T Beckers, M Kindt
Neurobiology of learning and memory 97 (3), 338-345, 2012
2202012
A review of recent developments in research and theories on human contingency learning
JD Houwer, T Beckers
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section B 55 (4), 289-310, 2002
2202002
Prediction error governs pharmacologically induced amnesia for learned fear
D Sevenster, T Beckers, M Kindt
Science 339 (6121), 830-833, 2013
2122013
Return of fear in a human differential conditioning paradigm caused by a return to the original acquistion context
D Vansteenwegen, D Hermans, B Vervliet, G Francken, T Beckers, ...
Behaviour research and therapy 43 (3), 323-336, 2005
1942005
Outcome additivity and outcome maximality influence cue competition in human causal learning.
T Beckers, J De Houwer, O Pineno, RR Miller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (2), 238, 2005
1752005
Outcome and cue properties modulate blocking
JD Houwer, T Beckers, S Glautier
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 55 (3), 965-985, 2002
1732002
Reasoning rats: forward blocking in Pavlovian animal conditioning is sensitive to constraints of causal inference.
T Beckers, RR Miller, J De Houwer, K Urushihara
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 135 (1), 92, 2006
1702006
What's wrong with fear conditioning?
T Beckers, AM Krypotos, Y Boddez, M Effting, M Kindt
Biological psychology 92 (1), 90-96, 2013
1572013
Rating data are underrated: Validity of US expectancy in human fear conditioning
Y Boddez, F Baeyens, L Luyten, D Vansteenwegen, D Hermans, ...
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 44 (2), 201-206, 2013
1372013
Concomitant deficits in working memory and fear extinction are functionally dissociated from reduced anxiety in metabotropic glutamate receptor 7-deficient mice
Z Callaerts-Vegh, T Beckers, SM Ball, F Baeyens, PF Callaerts, JF Cryan, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (24), 6573-6582, 2006
1342006
Advancing psychotherapy and evidence‐based psychological interventions
PMG Emmelkamp, D David, T Beckers, P Muris, P Cuijpers, W Lutz, ...
International journal of methods in psychiatric research 23 (S1), 58-91, 2014
1222014
Novel attitudes can be faked on the Implicit Association Test
J De Houwer, T Beckers, A Moors
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (6), 972-978, 2007
1072007
Secondary task difficulty modulates forward blocking in human contingency learning
J De Houwer, T Beckers
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 56 (4b), 345-357, 2003
1072003
Evidence for the role of higher order reasoning processes in cue competition and other learning phenomena
J De Houwer, S Vandorpe, T Beckers
Learning & Behavior 33 (2), 239-249, 2005
1042005
Automatic integration of non-perceptual action effect features: The case of the associative affective Simon effect
T Beckers, J De Houwer, P Eelen
Psychological Research 66 (3), 166-173, 2002
1022002
Avoidance learning: a review of theoretical models and recent developments
AM Krypotos, M Effting, M Kindt, T Beckers
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9, 189, 2015
1002015
Higher-order retrospective revaluation in human causal learning
J De Houwer, T Beckers
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 55 (2b), 137-151, 2002
992002
Prediction error demarcates the transition from retrieval, to reconsolidation, to new learning
D Sevenster, T Beckers, M Kindt
Learning & Memory 21 (11), 580-584, 2014
962014
Stronger renewal in human fear conditioning when tested with an acquisition retrieval cue than with an extinction retrieval cue
D Vansteenwegen, B Vervliet, D Hermans, T Beckers, F Baeyens, P Eelen
Behaviour research and therapy 44 (12), 1717-1725, 2006
872006
On the role of controlled cognitive processes in human associative learning
J De Houwer, S Vandorpe, T Beckers
New directions in human associative learning, 41-63, 2005
752005
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20