prof. dr. Iris Engelhard
I.M.Engelhard@uu.nl
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Leeropdracht
Academisering van de geestelijke gezondheidszorg
Benoemingsdatum 01-12-2008
Profiel

Iris Engelhard is Full Professor in Clinical Psychology at Utrecht University since 2008. She chairs the Experimental Psychopathology lab Utrecht (http://www.epplabutrecht.org/), and is acting chair of the department of Clinical Psychology. She is also affiliated with Altrecht, one of the largest mental health organizations in the Netherlands, where she is involved in linking science to mental health care, conducts research, and treats patients with anxiety disorders. She is a registered cognitive behavior therapist (VGCt). She received her PhD in 2002 at Maastricht University and was a Fulbright scholar at Harvard University. She is a member of the Dutch-Flemish research program Experimental Psychopathology, was Associate Editor of Cognition and Emotion (2007-2014), and is on the editorial board of several journals (Behaviour Research and Therapy; Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry; European Journal of Psychotraumatology). Prof. Engelhard received several prizes for her research, including the bi-annual Catharina Pijls Prize for her dissertation, and prestigious grants, including VENI, VIDI, and VICI grants from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), and a TOP grant from the Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development (ZONMW). She has over 135 scientific publications. Her main research interest is learning and emotional memory in trauma and anxiety-related psychopathology. She teaches in the Clinical Psychology and Research Master SHP programs at Utrecht University and in the postdoctoral Health Psychology program at RINO Zuid.

Strategische thema's / focusgebieden
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Publications

International refereed journals

  1. Borg, C., Bosman, R., Engelhard, I.M., Olatunji, B., & de Jong, P.J. (2016). Is disgust sensitive to classical conditioning? A psychophysiological and behavioral approach. Cognition & Emotion, 30, 669-686.
  2. Braam, A.W., van Ommeren, O.W.H.R., van Buuren, M.L., Laan, W., Smeets, H.M., & Engelhard, I.M. (2016). Local geographical distribution of involuntary psychiatric admissions in subdistricts in and around Utrecht, the Netherlands. Journal of Emergency Medicine, 50, 449-457.
  3. Cuperus, A.A., Laken, M., van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2016). Degrading emotional memories induced by a virtual reality paradigm. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 52, 45-50.
  4. Duits, P., Klein Hofmeijer-Sevink, M., Engelhard, I.M., Baas, J.M.P., Ehrismann, W.A.M. & Cath, D.C. (2016). Expectancy bias and treatment outcome in with panic disorder and agoraphobia. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 52, 99-104.
  5. Giele, C.L., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Dek, E.C.P., Toffolo, M.B.J., & Cath, D.C. (2016). Perseveration induces dissociative uncertainty in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 52, 1-10.
  6. Hagenaars, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., & Putman, P. (2016). Eye for detail: Local versus global visual processing style predicts the development of re-experiences after analogue trauma. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 7, 391-403.
  7. Littel, M., van den Hout, M. A., & Engelhard, I. M. (2016). Desensitizing addiction: Using eye movements to reduce the intensity of substance-related mental imagery and craving. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 7, 14. doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2016.00014.
  8. Littel, M., Remijn, M., Tinga, A.M., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2016). Stress enhances the memory degrading effects of eye movements on emotionally neutral memories. Clinical Psychological Science, in press.
  9. Staring, A.B.P., van den Berg, D.A., Engelhard, I.M., Schoorl, M., Cath, D., & Korrelboom, C.W. (2016). Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) versus Competitive Memory Training (COMET) in a randomised controlled, crossover trial.Behaviour Research and Therapy, 82, 11-20.
  10. Swildens, W., Termorshuizen, F., Mecking, E.D., de Ridder, A., Smeets, H., & Engelhard, I.M. (2016). Somatic Care with a Psychotic Disorder. Lower Somatic Health Care Utilization of Patients with a Psychotic Disorder Compared to Other Patient Groups and to Controls Without a Psychiatric Diagnosis. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 43, 650-662.
  11. Tadmor, A., McNally, R.J., & Engelhard, I.M. (2016). Reducing the negative valence of stressful memories through emotionally valenced, modality-specific tasks. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 53, 92-98.
  12. Thomaes, K., Engelhard, I.M., Sijbrandij, E.M., Cath, D., & van den Heuvel, O.A. (2016). Degrading traumatic memories: A functional MRI study in PTSD. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 7: 31371 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v7.31371.
  13. Toffolo, M.B.J., van den Hout, M.A., Radomsky, A.S., & Engelhard, I.M. (2016). Check, check, double check: Investigating memory deterioration within multiple sessions of repeated checking. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 53, 59-67.
  14. Toffolo, M.B.J., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Hooge, I.T.C., & Cath, D.C. (2016). Patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder check excessively in response to mild uncertainty.Behavior Therapy, 47, 550-559.
  15. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., & McNally, R.J. (2016). Thoughts on Experimental Psychopathology. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, in press.
  16. van Schie, K., van Veen, S.C., Engelhard, I.M., Klugkist, I., & van den Hout, M.A. (2016). Blurring emotional memories using eye movements: Individual differences and speed of eye movements. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 7:29476-http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v7.29476.
  17. van Uijen, S.L., van den Hout, M.A., Klein Schiphorst, A., Knol, E. & Engelhard, I.M.  (2016). Disconfirming threat beliefs by exposure plus safety behavior. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, in press.
  18. Van Veen, S.C., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2016). The effects of eye movements on emotional memories: Using an objective measure of cognitive load. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 7:30122-http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v7.30122.
  19. Dek, E.C.P., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Giele, C.L., & Cath, D.C. (2015). Perseveration causes automatization of checking behavior in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 71, 1-9.
  20. Dek, E.C.P., van den Hout, M.A., Giele, C.L., & Engelhard, I.M. (2015). Automatization and familiarization in repeated checking: A replication. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 6, 149-167.
  21. Duits, P., Cath, D.C., Lissek, S., Hox, J.J., Hamm, A.O., Engelhard, I.M. et al (2015). An updated meta-analysis of classical fear conditioning in the anxiety disorders. Depression and Anxiety, 32, 239-253.
  22. Engelhard, I.M., Lommen, M.J.J., & Sijbrandij, M. (2015). Changing for better or worse? Post-traumatic growth reported by soldiers deployed to Iraq. Clinical Psychological Science, 3, 789-796.
  23. Engelhard, I.M., & McNally, R.J. (2015). Metacognitive appraisal of memory inconsistency for traumatic events in Dutch veterans. Memory, 23, 972-980.
  24. Engelhard, I.M., van Uijen, S.L., van Seters, N., & Velu, N. (2015). The effects of safety behavior directed towards a safety cue on perceptions of threat. Behavior Therapy, 46, 604-610.
  25. Giele, C.L., Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Dek, E.C.P., Damstra, M.F., & Douma, E.  (2015). Repeated checking induces uncertainty about future threat. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 6, 126-137.
  26. Kearns, M. & Engelhard, I.M. (2015). Psychophysiological responsivity to script-driven imagery: An exploratory study of the effects of eye movements on public speaking flashforwards. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 6(115), 1-9. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2015.00115.
  27. Leer, A. & Engelhard, I.M. (2015). Countering fear renewal: Changes in the UCS representation generalize across contexts. Behavior Therapy, 46, 272-282.
  28. Van Schie, K., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2015). Taxing working memory during retrieval of emotional memories does not reduce memory accessibility when cued with reminders. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 6, 1-7. doi:  10.3389/fpsyt.2015.00016
  29. Van Uijen, S.L., van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2015). Active approach does not add to the effects of in vivo exposure. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 6, 112-125.
  30. Van Veen, S.C., van Schie, K., Wijngaard, L.D.N.V., Littel, M., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2015). Speed matters: Dose-response relationship between speed of eye movements and reduction of emotionality and vividness of aversive memories. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 6, 1-9. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2015.00045.
  31. Verduin, N.J.C., Vincken, M.J.B., Meesters, C.M.G., & Engelhard, I.M. (2015). Emotional reasoning in acutely traumatic children and adolescents: An exploratory study. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24, 2966-2974.
  32. Dek, E.C.P., van den Hout, M.A., Giele, C.L., & Engelhard, I.M. (2014). Automatization and familiarity in repeated checking. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 3, 303-10.
  33. Engelhard, I.M., Leer, A., Lange, E., & Olatunji, B.O. (2014). Shaking that icky feeling: Effects of extinction and counterconditioning on disgust-related evaluative conditioning. Behavior Therapy, 45, 708-719.
  34. Giele, C.L., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Dek, E.C.P. (2014). Paradoxical effects of compulsive perseveration: Sentence repetition causes semantic uncertainty. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 3, 35-38.
  35. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A. (2014). How eye movements in EMDR work: changes in memory vividness and emotionality. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 45, 396-401.
  36. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Arntz, A. (2014). Reducing emotional reasoning: Experimental manipulation in individuals with fear of spiders. Cognition and Emotion, 27, 1504-1512.
  37. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., van de Schoot, R., & van den Hout, M.A. (2014). Anger: cause or consequence of posttraumatic stress? A prospective study of soldiers. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 27, 1-8.
  38. Lommen, M.J.J., van der Schoot, R., & Engelhard, I.M. (2014). The experience of traumatic events disrupts the measurement invariance of a posttraumatic stress scale. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1-7. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01304.
  39. Toffolo, M.B.J., van den Hout, M.A., Hooge, I.T.C., Engelhard, I.M., & Cath, D.C. (2014). Uncertainty, checking, and intolerance of uncertainty in subclinical obsessive compulsive disorder: An extended replication. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 3, 338-344.
  40. Van den Hout, M.A., Eidhof, M., Verboom, J., Littel, M. & Engelhard, I.M. (2014). Blurring of emotional and non-emotional memories by taxing working memory during recall. Cognition and Emotion, 28, 717-727.
  41. Van den Hout, M.A., Gangemi, A., Mancini, F., Engelhard, I.M., Rijkeboer, M.M., van Dam, M., Cath, D.C., & Klugkist, I. (2014). Behavior as information about threat in anxiety disorders: A comparison of patients with anxiety disorders and non-anxious controls. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 45, 489-495.
  42. Beetsma, D.J.V., Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Rijkeboer, M., & Cath, D.C. (2013). Does repeated ticking maintain tic behavior? An experimental study of eye blinking in healthy participants. Behavioural Neurology, 27, 75-82.
  43. Giele, C.L., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Dek, E.C.P., Hoogers, E.E.P., & de Wit, K. (2013). Ironic effects of compulsive perseveration. Memory, 21, 417-22.
  44. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., Altink, A., & van den Hout, M.A. (2013). Eye movements during recall of aversive memory decreases conditioned fear. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 51, 633-40.
  45. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., Dibbets, P., & van den Hout, M.A. (2013). Dual-tasking attenuates the return of fear after extinction. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 4, 325-40.
  46. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., Sijbrandij, M., van den Hout, M.A., & Hermans, D. (2013). Pre-trauma individual differences in extinction learning predict posttraumatic stress. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 51, 63-7.
  47. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2013). Susceptibility to long-term misinformation effect outside of the laboratory. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 4: 19864 -http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v4i0.19864.
  48. Sijbrandij, M., Engelhard, I.M., de Vries, G-J., Luitse, J.S.K., Carlier, I.V.E., Gersons, B.P.R., & Olff, M. (2013). The role of injury and trauma-related variables in the onset and course of symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 20, 449-55.
  49. Sijbrandij, M., Engelhard, I.M., Lommen, M.J.J., Leer, A., & Baas, J.M.P. (2013). Impaired fear inhibition learning predicts the persistence of PTSD symptoms. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 47, 1991-7.
  50. Sijbrandij, M., Reitsma, J.B., Roberts, N.P., Engelhard, I.M., Olff, M., Sonneveld, L.P., & Bisson, J.I. (2013). Self-report screening instruments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in survivors of traumatic experiences (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 6, Art. No.: CD010575. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD010575.
  51. Toffolo, M.B.J., van den Hout, M.A., Hooge, I.T.C., Engelhard, I.M., & Cath, D.C. (2013). Mild uncertainty promotes checking behavior in subclinical obsessive-compulsive disorder. Clinical Psychological Science, 1, 103-9.
  52. van den Hout, M.A., Bartelski, N., & Engelhard, I.M. (2013). On EMDR: eye movements during retrieval reduce subjective vividness and objective memory accessibility during future recall. Cognition and Emotion, 27, 177-83.
  53. Engelhard, I.M. (2012). Making science work in mental health care. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 3:18740-http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v3i0.18740.
  54. Engelhard, I.M., Sijbrandij, M., van den Hout, M.A., Rutherford, N.M., Rahim, H.F., & Koçak, F. (2012). Choking under pressure: Degrading flashforwards related to performance anxiety. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 3, 158-67.
  55. Smeets, M.A.M., Dijs, M.W., Pervan, I., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2012). Time course of eye movement-related decrease in vividness and emotionality of unpleasant autobiographical memories. Memory, 20, 346-57.
  56. Sijbrandij, M., Engelhard, I.M., Opmeer, B.C., Carlier, I.V., Gersons, B.P., & Olff, M. (2012). The structure of peritraumatic dissociation: A cross validation in clinical and nonclinical samples. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 25, 475-9.
  57. Van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2012). How does EMDR work? Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 3, 724–38.
  58. Van den Hout, M.A., Reininghaus, J.K., van der Stap, D., Engelhard, I.M. (2012). Why safety behavior may not be that bad in the treatment of anxiety disorders: Commitment to future exposures. Psicoterapia Cognitiva e Comportamentale, 18, 111-26.
  59. Van den Hout, M.A., Rijkeboer, M.T., Engelhard, I.M., Klugkist, I., Hornsveld, H., Toffolo, M., & Cath, D. (2012). Tones inferior to eye movements in the EMDR treatment of PTSD. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 50, 275-9.
  60. Vincken, M.J.B., Meesters, C., Engelhard, I.M., & Schouten, E. (2012). Psychometric qualities of the White Bear Suppression Inventory in a Dutch sample of Children and Adolescents. Personality and Individual Differences, 52, 301-5.
  61. Engelhard, I.M., Olatunji, B.O., & de Jong, P.J. (2011). Disgust and the development of post-traumatic stress among soldiers deployed to Afghanistan. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 25, 58-63.
  62. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Dek, E.C.P., Giele, C.L., van der Wielen, J.W., Reijnen, M., & van Roij, B. (2011). Reducing vividness and emotional intensity of recurrent “flashforwards” by taxing working memory: An analogue study. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 25, 599-603.
  63. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Smeets, M.A.M. (2011). Taxing working memory reduces vividness and emotionality of images about the Queen’s Day tragedy. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 42, 32-7.
  64. Giele, C.L., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Dek, E.C.P., & Klein Hofmeijer, F. (2011). Obsessive compulsive-like reasoning makes an unlikely catastrophe more credible. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 42, 293-7.
  65. Smeets, H.M., Laan, W., Engelhard, I.M., Boks, M.P.M., Geerlings, M.I., & de Wit, N.J. (2011). The psychiatric case register middle Netherlands. BMC Psychiatry, 29, 106.
  66. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Rijkeboer, M., Koekebakker, J., Hornsveld, H., Leer, A., Toffolo, M., & Akse, N. (2011). EMDR: Eye movements superior to beeps in taxing working memory and reducing vividness of recollections. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 49, 92-8.
  67. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Beetsma, D., Slofstra, C., Hornsveld, H., Houtveen, J., & Leer, A. (2011). EMDR and mindfulness: Eye movements and attentional breathing tax working memory and reduce vividness and emotionality of aversive ideation. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 42, 423-31.
  68. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Toffolo, M.B.J., & van Uijen, S.L. (2011). Exposure plus response prevention versus exposure plus safety behaviours in reducing contamination, fear, danger, and disgust. An extended replication of Rachman, Shafran, Radomsky, & Zysk. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 42, 364-70.
  69. Colonnesi, C., Engelhard, I.M., & Bögels, S.M. (2010). Development in children’s attribution of embarrassment and the relationship with theory of mind and shyness. Cognition and Emotion, 24, 514-21.
  70. Dek, E.C.P., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., & Giele, K. (2010). Repeated checking causes distrust in memory but not in attention and perception. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 48, 580-7.
  71. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Janssen, W., & van der Beek, J. (2010). Eye movements reduce vividness and emotionality of “flashforwards”. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 48, 442-7.
  72. Engelhard, I.M., van Uijen, S.L., & van den Hout, M.A. (2010). The impact of taxing working memory on negative and positive memories.European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 1: 5623, 1-8- DOI: 10.3402/ejpt.v1i0.5623.
  73. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2010). Neuroticism and threat avoidance: Better safe than sorry? Personality and Individual Differences, 49, 1001-06.
  74. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Smeets, M.A.M., Hornsveld, H., Hoogeveen, E., de Heer, E., & Rijkeboer, M. (2010). Counting during recall: taxing of working memory and reduced vividness and emotionality of negative memories. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24, 303-11.
  75. Engelhard, I.M., de Jong, P.J., van den Hout, M.A., & van Overveld, M. (2009). Expectancy bias and the persistence of posttraumatic stress. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 47, 887-92.
  76. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Lommen, M.J.J. (2009). Individuals high in neuroticism are not more reactive to adverse events. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 697-700.
  77. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Weerts, J., Hox, J., & van Doornen, L.J.P. (2009). A prospective study of the relation between posttraumatic stress and physical health symptoms. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 9, 365-72.
  78. Hauer, B.J.A., Wessel, I., Engelhard, I.M., Peeters, L.L., & Dalgleish, T. (2009). Prepartum autobiographical memory specificity predicts post-traumatic stress symptoms following complicated pregnancy.Memory, 17, 544-6.
  79. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Smeets, M.A.M., Dek, E.C.P., Turksma, K., & Saric, R. (2009). Uncertainty about perception and dissociation after compulsive-like staring: time course of effects. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 47, 535-9.
  80. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & McNally, R.J. (2008). Memory consistency for traumatic events in Dutch soldiers deployed to Iraq. Memory, 16, 3-9.
  81. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., De Boer, C., Du Bois, A., & Dek, E.C.P. (2008). Perseverative and compulsive-like staring causes uncertainty about perception. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 46, 1300-04.
  82. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Weerts, J., Arntz, A., Hox, J.J.C.M., & McNally, R.J. (2007). Deployment-related stress and trauma in Dutch soldiers returning from Iraq: Prospective study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 191, 140-5.
  83. Engelhard, I.M., Huijding, J., van den Hout, M.A., & de Jong, P.J. (2007). Vulnerability associations and symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder in soldiers deployed to Iraq. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 2317-25.
  84. Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2007). Preexisting neuroticism, subjective stressor severity, and posttraumatic stress in soldiers deployed to Iraq. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 52, 505-9.
  85. Engelhard, I.M., Arntz, A., van den Hout, M.A. (2007). Low specificity of symptoms on the post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptom scale: A comparison of individuals with PTSD, individuals with other anxiety disorders, and individuals without psychopathology. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 46, 449-56.
  86. Buhlmann, U., Deckersbach, T., Engelhard, I.M., Cook, L.M., Rauch, S.L., Kathmann, N., Wilhelm, S., & Savage, C.R. (2006). Cognitive retraining for organizational impairment in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Psychiatry Research, 144, 109-16.
  87. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Schouten, E.G.W. (2006). Neuroticism and low educational level predictive for the risk of post-traumatic stress disorder in women after miscarriage or stillbirth. General Hospital Psychiatry, 28, 414-7.
  88. Engelhard, I.M., & Arntz, A. (2005). The Ex-consequentia reasoning fallacy and the persistence of PTSD. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 36, 35-42.
  89. Engelhard, I.M., & Kindt, M. (2005). Cognitive mechanisms and posttraumatic stress disorder: Clinical and analogue research. Journal of Behavi­or Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 36, 1-2.
  90. Kindt, M., & Engelhard, I.M. (2005). Trauma processing and the development of PTSD. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 36, 69-76.
  91. Engelhard, I.M. (2004). Miscarriage as a traumatic event. Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, 47, 3, 547-51.
  92. Van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2004). Pre-trauma neuroticism, negative appraisals of intrusions, and severity of PTSD symptoms. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 26, 181-3.
  93. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Kindt, M., Arntz, A., & Schouten, E. (2003). Peritraumatic dissociation and posttraumatic stress after pregnancy loss: A prospective study. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 41, 67-78.
  94. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Kindt, M. (2003). The relationship between neuroticism, pre-traumatic stress, and post-traumatic stress: A prospective study. Personality and Individual Differences, 35, 381-8.
  95. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Vlaeyen, J.W.S. (2003). The sense of coherence, crisis support, and posttraumatic stress after pregnancy loss: A prospective study. Behavioral Medicine, 29, 80-4.
  96. Engelhard, I.M., Merckelbach, H., & van den Hout, M.A. (2003). The Guilty Knowledge Test and the Stroop Test in the detection of deception: An exploratory study. Psychological Reports, 92, 683-91.
  97. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Arntz, A., & McNally, R.J. (2002). A longitudinal study of “Intrusion-based reasoning” and PTSD after a train disaster. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 40, 1415-24.
  98. Engelhard, I.M., van Rij, M., Boullart, I., Ekhart, T.H.A., Spaanderman, M.E.A., van den Hout, M.A., & Peeters, L.L.H. (2002). Posttraumatic stress disorder after preeclampsia: An exploratory study. General Hospital Psychiatry, 24, 260-4.
  99. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Arntz, A (2001). Posttraumatic stress disorder after pregnancy loss. General Hospital Psychiatry, 23, 62-6.
  100. Engelhard, I.M., Macklin, M.L., McNally, R.J., van den Hout, M.A., & Arntz, A. (2001). Emotion and intrusion-based reasoning in Vietnam veterans with and without chronic posttraumatic stress disorder. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 39, 1339-48.
  101. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Hoton, J.P. (2001). Stress post-traumatique après une catastrophe ferroviaire. L’après-Pécrot. Journal du Médecin, 1378, 1-4.
  102. Keuthen, N.J., Wilhelm, S., Deckersbach, T., Engelhard, I.M., Forker, A.E., Baer, L., & Jenike, M.A. (2001). The Skin Picking Scale (SPS): Scale construction and psychometric analyses. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 50, 337-41.
  103. Keuthen, N.J., Deckersbach, T., Wilhelm, S., Engelhard, I.M., Forker, A., O’Sullivan, R.L., Jenike, M.A., & Baer, L. (2001). The Skin Picking Scale (SPS): Scale development and psychometric analyses. Psychosomatics, 42, 397-403.
  104. Van den Hout, J.H.C., Vlaeyen, J.W.S., Peters, M.L., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2000). Does failure hurt? The effects of failure feedback on pain report, pain tolerance, and pain avoidance. European Journal of Pain, 4, 335-46.
  105. Wilhelm, S., Keuthen, N.J., Deckerbach, T., Engelhard, I.M., Forker, A.E., Baer, L., O’Sullivan, R.L., & Jenike, M.A. (1999). Self-injurious skin picking: Clinical characteristics and comorbidity. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 60, 454-59.
  106. Engelhard, I. (formerly Nelissen, I.), Muris, P., & Merckelbach, H. (1995). Computerized exposure and in vivo exposure treatment of spider fear in children: Two case reports. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 26, 153-156.

    National refereed journals

  107. Lommen, M.L.L., Engelhard, I.M., & Arntz, A. (2015). “Omdat het zo voelt”. Experimentele manipulatie van emotioneel redeneren bij spinangstigen. De Psycholoog, 50, 10-18.
  108. Bicanic, I., Engelhard, I.M., & Sijbrandij, M. (2014). Posttraumatische stressstoornis en seksuele problemen na seksueel geweld - Prevalentie en behandeling. Gedragstherapie, 47, 256-274.
  109. Lommen, M.L.L., Engelhard, I.M., Sijbrandij, M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2013). Moeilijk afleren van angst vóór trauma voorspelt posttraumatische klachten. Gedragstherapie, 46, 5-13.
  110. Engelhard, I.M. (2012). Werk maken van wetenschap in de GGZ. De Psycholoog, 47(4), 10-19.
  111. Engelhard, I.M., Sijbrandij, M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2012). Duotaak vervaagt “flashforwards” over faalangst. Tijdschrift Klinische Psychologie, 41, 251-258.
  112. Van Emmerik, A., Engelhard, I.M., & Arntz, A. (2011). Voorwoord over disseminatie en implementatie. Gedragstherapie, 44, 239.
  113. Engelhard, I.M., van Uijen, S.L., & van den Hout, M.A. (2011). Het vervagen van negatieve en positieve herinneringen. Psychologie en Gezondheid, 29, 61-69.
  114. Van den Hout, M.A. & Engelhard, I.M. (2011). Hoe het komt dat EMDR werkt. Directieve Therapie, 31, 5-23.
  115. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., & Rijkeboer, M. (2011). EMDR: over oogbewegingen en piepjes. GZ Psychologie, 3(2), 36-43.
  116. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Lommen, M.J.J., & Sijbrandij, M. (2010). Over de relatie tussen neuroticisme en posttraumatische stress-klachten. De Psycholoog, 45(10), 10-15.
  117. Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2010). Oogbewegingen verminderen de helderheid en emotionaliteit van “flashforwards”. De Psycholoog, 45(6),10-18.
  118. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Smeets, M.A.M. (2010). Mate van werkgeheugenbelasting tijdens ‘recall’ en vervagen van herinneringen. Gedragstherapie, 43, 265-278.
  119. Engelhard, I.M., Weerts, J., van den Hout, M.A., Hox, J.J., & van Doornen, L.J.P. (2010). De relatie tussen posttraumatische stress en lichamelijke gezondheidsklachten. Nederlands Militair Geneeskundig Tijdschrift, 63, 5-8.
  120. Van Emmerik, A., Raes, F., Engelhard, I.M., & Voncken, M. (2009). Van slechte stellingen naar goede vragen: Een reflectie op het Najaarscongresdebat over de grenzen van de gedragstherapie. Tijdschrift Gedragstherapie, 42, 137-144.
  121. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Weerts, J. (2007). Stress en trauma na een militaire uitzending in Irak. De Psycholoog, 42, 649-653.
  122. Engelhard, I.M., Arntz, A., & van den Hout, M.A. (2006). Ook angstpatiënten zonder PTSS hebben last van PTSS symptomen. Directieve Therapie, 26, 58-65.
  123. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Schouten, E. (2004). Verband tussen neuroticisme en laag opleidingsniveau en de kans op posttraumatische stress-stoornis bij vrouwen na een miskraam of doodgeboorte. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 148, 2540-2544.
  124. Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2003). Intrusies na een ramp en de ontwikkeling van posttraumatische problemen. Directieve Therapie, 23, 225-236.
  125. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., & Kindt, M. (2001). Zwangerschapsverlies, zenuwachtig-achtigheid en posttraumatische stress-problemen. Directieve Therapie, 21, 3-14.

    Contributions to books

  126. Engelhard, I.M. & van der Ploeg, H. (2015). Posttraumatische stress-stoornis [Posttraumatic stress disorder]. In: H.van der Molen, E. Simon, & J. van Lankveld (Eds.), Klinische Psychologie: Theorieën en Psychopathologie [Clinical Psychology: Theories and Psychopathology] (pp. 435-453).
  127. Engelhard, E.F.D. & Engelhard, I.M. (2008, 2013). Shockschade [Shockdamage]. In: W.H. van Boom, I. Giessen, & A.J. Verheij (Eds.), Capita Civilologie - Handboek empirie en privaatrecht [Handbook of empiricism and tort law], first edition (2008: pp. 227-244) and second edition (2013: pp. 517-540). Boom Juridische Uitgevers, The Hague.
  128. Engelhard, I.M., Arntz, A., & Kindt, M. (2011). Behandeling van posttraumatische stress-stoornis [Treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder]. In: S.M. Bögels & P. van Oppen (Eds.), Cognitieve therapie: theorie en praktijk [Cognitive therapy: Theory and practice], p. 289-319.
  129. van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., & Ramakers, L. (2010). Een eenhoorn onder de berkenboom: Trauma’s en oogbewegingen [Trauma and eye movements]. In: A. Jansen, M. van den Hout, & H. Merckelbach (Eds.), Gek: Experimentele Psychopathologie. Over angst, verslaving, depressie en andere ellende [Experimental Psychopathology: About fear, addiction, depression and other misery], p. 92-110.
  130. Engelhard, I.M., Rapee, R.M., & Vincken, M. (2008). De behandeling van Acute Stress Stoornis [Treatment of Acute Stress Disorder]. In: C. Braet & S. Bögels (Eds.), Protocollaire behandelingen voor kinderen met psychische klachten [Treatment protocols for children with psychological complaints], p. 369-386.

    Other publications

  131. Engelhard, I.M. (2012). Werk maken van wetenschap in de ggz [Making science work in mental health care]. Utrecht: Utrecht University.
  132. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Weerts, J., Hox, J., & van Doornen, L.J.P. (2011). Un estudio prospectivo de la relación entre el estrés postraumático y síntomas de salud física. Revista Universalud, 1, 30-36(Colombian Journal of Health Sciences). http://www.unisangil.edu.co/unisangil/hermesoft/portalIG/home_1/recursos/documentos/c_descargas/17112011/revista_universalud.pdf
  133. Engelhard, I.M. (2002). Risicofactoren voor posttraumatische stress. Modern Medicine, 12, 62-63.

Presentations

Invited at scientific/professional meetings

  1. Engelhard, I.M. (2016, June 18). Mechanisms of change in traumatic memories. Keynote at 17th EMDR European Association Conference in The Hague, the Netherlands.
  2. Engelhard, I.M. (2015, Nov 6). EMDR: insights from experimental research. Emotional Memory symposium organized by Dutch-Flemish Research Program Experimental Psychopathology, Heeze.
  3. Engelhard, I.M. (2012, June 27).Recent developments in PTSD: Etiology and treatment. Keynote at 40th annual meeting of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) in Leeds, UK.
  4. Shafran, R., Mansell, W., & Radomsky, A. (2012, June 27). Panel Discussion: How does CBT work? Mechanisms of change ‘across the waves’. Speakers: Paul Salkovskis (cognitive perspective), Iris Engelhard (learning theory), Kelly Wilson (third wave), Tim Carey (control theory). BABCP, Leeds, UK.
  5. Engelhard, I.M. (2012, April 27). EMDR: do we know how it works? In symposium before inaugural address of Prof. Miranda Olff, University of Amsterdam.
  6. Engelhard, I.M. (2009, April 21). Diagnostic issues related to trauma. Invited speaker at ‘Expert-meeting on PTSD’. Organized by Centrale Adviescommissie Draaginsigne Gewonden, Advice committee of Dutch secretary of Defense, Doorn.
  7. Engelhard, I.M. (2009, March 13). Assessment and theory of PTSD. Postdoctoral course (nascholingscursus) of Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (VGCt), Utrecht.
  8. Engelhard, I.M. (2008, June 12). Neuroticism: a marker of vulnerability to post-traumatic stress disorder and other psychopathology. In: Symposium Experimental examinations of emotions and cognitions in personality disorders, Maastricht University.
  9. Engelhard, I.M. (2008, June 5). Experimental research of emotion and cognition related to PTSD. Program-advice committee Research of the Council for civilian-militairy Care and Research of Department of Defense, Hilversum.
  10. Engelhard, I.M. (2008, March 13). Moderator with Dr. Miranda Olff of workshop “Sudden intrusions in private life: information about threat and how to keep control”. Conference on psychosocial effects of threat and protection. Organized by National Coordinator for Counter-terrorism (NCTb) and Department of Psychiatry AMC/University of Amsterdam, The Hague.
  11. Engelhard, I.M. (2008, March 12). Intolerance of uncertainty. Presented at “International Expert meeting on psychosocial aspects of threat and protection”. Organized by National Coordinator for Counter-terrorism (NCTb) and Center for Psychological Trauma AMC/UvA, The Hague.
  12. Engelhard, I.M. (2007, Nov 28). How vulnerable or resilient are professionals in high-risk jobs?” In: Trauma-care in action: developments in help after shocking events in the Netherlands and Belgium. Society for Psychotrauma (NtVP), Zwolle.
  13. Engelhard, I.M. (2007, Feb 9). Risk and resilience in the development of PTSD. In: Symposium Stressful events: Early interventions? Department of Psychiatry, University of Amsterdam.
  14. Engelhard, I.M. (2006, Dec 7). Experimental approaches to posttraumatic stress disorder. In: Symposium Wiser by research? Impact of research on policy and veterans’ care. Soesterberg.
  15. Engelhard, I.M. (2006, Nov 25). Predictive factors for the onset of psychological problems after aggression. In: Victims of aggression: A health insurance perspective. Scientific Society for Health Insurance, KU Leuven, Belgium.
  16. Engelhard, I.M. (2006, Nov 24). Psychological consequences of serious hypertensive pregnancy complications. In information day for patients with serious hypertensive pregnancy complications the anamnesis. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Academic Hospital Maastricht, Maastricht.
  17. Engelhard, I.M. (2006, Sept 14). Better safe than sorry? In: Opening of the Linschoten Instituut symposium. Utrecht University, Utrecht.
  18. Engelhard, I.M. (2005, April, 26). Emotional impact of miscarriage. In meeting organized by Dutch Society for Ultrasound Scanning, Culemborg.
  19. Engelhard, I.M. (2005, Feb 11). Research of PTSD and other deployment-related psychological symptoms. In invited meeting on Military Mental Health Care, The Hague.
  20. Engelhard, I.M. (2004, March 15). Psychological impact and recovery. In information day organized for patients: Medical and psychological aspects of pre-eclampsia and HELLP syndrome. Obstetrics and Gynecology, Academic Hospital Maastricht, Maastricht.
  21. Engelhard, I.M. (2003, Nov). Resilience and vulnerability factors in risk for posttraumatic stress disorder. In postdoctoral course Psychotrauma. Cure and Care, Kortenberg, Belgium.
  22. Engelhard, I.M. (2001, Oct). Vulnerability and the course of posttraumatic stress. In: Trauma and psychopathology. Symposium organized by Experimental Psychopathology research school, Leiden.
  23. Engelhard, I.M. (1997, March). Lie detection. In symposium: Perpetrators or Victims? Society for the Promotion of Mental Health Science, Maastricht.

    Conference presentations

  24. Engelhard, I.M., A.-M. Krypotos, Leer, A. & van Dis E.-A. (2016, July). Does dual-tasking neutralize emotional memory and reduce conditioned responses? In: A. Lau-Zhu (Emily Holmes, Discussant), Intrusive memories in daily life and psychopathology: a special form of memory challenging mainstream theories? Presented at International Conference on Memory (ICOM), Budapest, Hungary.
  25. Engelhard, I.M., A.-M. Krypotos, Leer, A. & van Dis E.-A. (2016, October). Effects of dual-tasking on disgust memory and conditioned responses. In: T. Amstrong (Richard McNally, Discussant), The role of disgust in psychopathology: New insights from contemporary learning theory. Presented at annual convention of Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT), New York, USA.
  26. Krypotos, A.-M., Klugkist, I., & Engelhard, I.M. (2016, April). Bayesian hypothesis testing for human fear conditioning research: An introduction and an R package. Presented at 8th European Meeting on Human Fear Conditioning. Soester berg, the Netherlands
  27. Leer, A. & Engelhard, I.M. (2016). EMDR: How does it work? Presented at invitational meeting of European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) on Neuroscience & Psychotherapy, Nice, France.
  28. Lommen, M. J.J., Cath, D., Engelhard, I.M., & van Oppen, P. (2016, August). Feeling is believing: emotional reasoning in obsessive compulsive disorder. Presented at EABCT. Stockholm, Sweden.
  29. Richter, J. Duits, P., Baas, J.M.P., Engelhard, I.M., Limberg, A., Heitland, I., Hamm, A.O., & Cath, D.C. (2016, May 26-28). The effect of contingency instructions on fear conditioning in subjects with and without anxiety disorders. In: T. Lonsdorf and U. Lüken, Neurobiological substrates and its modulators of fear extinction and return of fear. Presented at German congress of Biological Psychology (“Psychologie und Gehirn”), Berlin, Germany
  30. Swildens, W., Termorshuizen, F., de Ridder, A., Smeets, H., & Engelhard, I.M. (2016, April). Somatische zorg voor patiënten met een psychotische aandoening. Presented at annual meeting of Dutch Society for Psychiatry (Voorjaarscongres NVvP), Maastricht.
  31. Van Schie, K., van Veen, S.C., van den Hout, & Engelhard, I.M. (2016, July). Modification of episodic memories during memory reconsolidation: A replication study. Presented at ICOM, Budapest, Hungary.
  32. Van Schie, K., van Veen, S.C., van den Hout, & Engelhard, I.M. (2016, August). Modification of episodic memories by novel learning: A Replication Study. Presented at EABCT. Stockholm, Sweden.
  33. Van Schie, K., van Veen, S.C., van den Hout, & Engelhard, I.M. (2016, August). How do different doses of behavioral interventions affect strong memories during reconsolidation? Presented at EABCT. Stockholm, Sweden.
  34. Van Uijen, S.L., Engelhard, I.M., & Dalmaijer, E.S. (2016, April). Not all safety behaviors maintain threat beliefs. Presented at European Meeting on Human Fear Conditioning, Soesterberg.
  35. Duits, P., Cath, D. C., Lissek, S., Hox, J. J., Hamm, A. O., Engelhard, I. M., van den Hout, M. A. & Baas, J. M. P. (2015, March). An updated meta-analysis of classical fear conditioning in the anxiety disorders. Presented at Rome Workshop on Experimental Psychopathology.
  36. Engelhard, I.M. (2015, May). The effects of safety behavior directed towards a safety cue on perceptions of threat. In: B. Vervliet (Liz Phelps Discussant), The Avoidance Paradox: When protective actions foster fears in humans. Presented at annual conference of Association for Psychological Science (APS), New York City, USA.
  37. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., Lenaert, B., Struyf, D., Vervliet, B., & Hermans, D. (2015, May 4-6, 2015). Blurring the memory of a conditional stimulus intensifies fear generalization. Presented at annual European Meeting on Human Fear Conditioning, Bochum, Germany.
  38. Littel, M., van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2015, September). Desensitizing addiction: using eye movements to reduce the intensity of substance-related mental imagery and craving. Presented at Annual convention of EABCT, Jerusalem, Israel.
  39. Thomaes, K., Sijbrandij, M., Cath, D., van den Heuvel, O., & Engelhard, I.M. (2015). Degrading traumatic memories: Unraveling neurobiological working mechanisms of EMDR. In: K. Thomaes, Neurobiological working mechanisms of psychotherapy and innovative treatment targets for PTSD. Presented at annual meeting of European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Vilnius, Lithuania.
  40. Toffolo, M.B.J., van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2015). Check, check, double check: further memory deterioration after multiple sessions of repeated checking. Presented at International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  41. Van Schie, K., van Veen, S.C., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2015, May). Blurring aversive memories by dual tasking: the role of working memory capacity and cognitive load. Presented at annual conference of APS, New York City, USA.
  42. Van Uijen, S.L., Engelhard, I.M., & Dalmaijer, E.S. (2015, November). Avoidance behavior maintains threat beliefs. In: H. Levy and A. Radomsky, Employ or Eliminate? Novel Experimental Investigations of Safety Behavior in CBT. Presented at annual convention of ABCT, Chicago, USA.
  43. Van Uijen, S.L., Engelhard, I.M., & Dalmaijer, E.S. (2015, May). Avoidance behavior maintains threat beliefs. Presented at APS, New York City, USA.
  44. Van Veen, S.C., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2015, May). Dual task reduces vividness and emotionality of aversive memories. Presented at APS, New York City, USA.
  45. De Jong, P.J., Borg, C., Engelhard, I.M., & Olatunji, B. (2014, Nov). A psychophysiological and behavioral approach to (un)learning of disgust. In T. Armstrong (Michelle Craske, Discussant), New directions in human disgust conditioning research: Implications for the etiology and treatment of anxiety disorders. Presented at Annual meeting of ABCT, Philadelphia, USA.
  46. Engelhard, I.M. (2014, Feb). Safety behavior fosters danger perceptions. Presented at Rome workshop on Experimental Psychopathology, Rome, Italy.
  47. Engelhard, I.M., van Uijen, S.L., Seters, N., & Velu, N.(2014, May). Safety behavior fosters danger perceptions. Presented at APS, San Francisco, USA.
  48. Engelhard, I.M., van Uijen, Seters, N. & Velu, N. (2014, Nov). Safety behavior leads to generalization of conditioned fear from a danger cue to a safety cue. In A. Goetz and H. Lee (Michael Telch Discussant), Do safety behaviors facilitate or hinder fear reduction? Evidence from the lab to the clinic. Presented at ABCT, Philadelphia, USA.
  49. Engelhard, I.M., & Kearns, M. (2014, Nov). Psychophysiological responsivity to script-driven imagery: An investigation of eye movements on public speaking flashforwards. In C. Cha and D. Robinaugh, C. Cha (Richard J. McNally, Discussant), Prospection and psychopathology. Presented at ABCT, Philadelphia, USA.
  50. Engelhard, I.M., Leer, A., Lange, E., & Olatunji, B.O. (2014, Nov). Effects of extinction and counterconditioning on learned disgust. In T. Armstrong (Michelle Craske, Discussant), New directions in human disgust conditioning research: Implications for the etiology and treatment of anxiety disorders. Presented at ABCT, Philadelphia, USA.
  51. Littel, M., Remijn, M., Engelhard, I.M. & van den Hout, M.A. (2014, February). Dismantling EMDR: The role of arousal in memory blurring by taxing working memory. Presented at Rome Workshop on Experimental Psychopathology, Rome, Italy.
  52. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Arntz, A. (2014, Sept). Reducing emotional reasoning: an experimental manipulation in individuals with fear of spiders. In P.J. de Jong, Emotional reasoning. Presented at EABCT, The Hague, the Netherlands.
  53. Toffolo, M., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Cath, D.C., & Hooge, I. (2014). Mild uncertainty promotes checking in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Presented at fourth meeting of the EABCT Special Interest Group on OCD, Assisi, Italy.
  54. van Veen, S., van Schie, K., van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2014, Sept). Optimizing EMDR: Interaction between speed of eye movements and vividness of negative memories. Presented at EABCT, The Hague, the Netherlands.
  55. Duits, P., Baas, J.M.P., Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A. & Cath, D.C. (2013, March). Fear conditioning and context learning in relation to treatment outcome: patients with panic disorder and social phobia. Presented at ECNP Workshop on Neuropsychopharmacology for Young Scientists in Europe, Nice.
  56. Engelhard, I.M., Leer, A., Lange, E., & Olatunji, B.O. (2013, July). Effects of extinction and counterconditioning on learned disgust. In B.O. Olatunji (Bethany Teachman, Discussant), Characterizing disgust-related processes: Implications for anxiety and related disorders. Presented at World Congress of the Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (WCBCT), Lima, Peru.
  57. Giele, C.L., van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2013, Sept). Effects of perseveration in OCD on semantic satiation and dissociative doubt. In C. Giele & M. Toffolo. New research developments in the psychological understanding of OCD. Presented at EABCT, Marrakech, Morocco.
  58. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., Altink, A., & van den Hout, M.A. (2013, May). Eye movements during recall of aversive memory decreases conditioned fear. Presented at annual European meeting on human fear conditioning, Affligem, Belgium.
  59. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2013, July). Dual-Tasking Attenuates the Return of Fear after Extinction. Presented at European Congress of Psychology, Stockholm.
  60. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2013, Sept). How eye movements in EMDR work: support for the reconsolidation hypothesis. Presented at EABCT, Marrakech, Morocco.
  61. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2013, Sept). The effect of US deflation on human fear renewal. Presented as poster at EABCT, Marrakech, Morocco.
  62. Littel, M., van den Hout, M.A., Eidhof, M., Verboom, J., & Engelhard, I.M. (2013, May). Blurring of emotional and non-emotional memories by taxing working memory during recall. Presented at APS, Washington DC, USA.
  63. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., Van den Hout, M.A., & Arntz, A. (2003, July). Reducing emotional reasoning: An experimental manipulation in individuals with fear of spiders. Presented at annual meeting of British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, London (BABCP), UK.
  64. Swildens, W., Termorshuizen, F., Mekking, E., de Ridder, A. Smeets, H.M., & Engelhard, I.M. (2013, April). The somatic health care utilization of patients with non-affective psychotic disorders. Presented at European Congress of Psychiatry, Nice, France.
  65. Toffolo, M., Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Hooge, I.T.C. & Cath, D.C. (2013). Checking responses to mild uncertainty in patients with OCD. In: Giele, C.L. & Toffolo, M.B.J., New research developments in the psychological understanding of obsessive compulsive disorder. Presented at EABCT. Marrakech, Morocco.
  66. Toffolo, M., van den Hout, M.A., Hooge, I., Engelhard, I.M., & Cath, D. (2013, April). Mild uncertainty promotes visual checking in subclinical obsessive-compulsive disorder: Data from an eye tracking paradigm. Presented at Anxiety and Depression Association of America, La Jolla, USA.
  67. Van Uijen, S.L., van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2013, Sept). Approaching spiders: Devaluation of a negative stimulus caused by approach behavior. Presented at EABCT, Marrakech, Morocco.
  68. Engelhard, I.M. (2012, July). Degrading anxiety-provoking flashbacks and flashforwards. In E. Geraerts, Psychopathology and Cognition. Symposium presented at 30th International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Cape Town, South Africa.
  69. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2012, Sept). Does dual-tasking attenuate the return of fear after extinction? In A. Radomsky & J. Senn, Theoretical and therapeutic implications of information processing in anxiety disorders. Presented at EABCT, Geneva, Switzerland.
  70. Leer, A., Engelhard, I.M., Altink, A., & van den Hout, M.A. (2012, Nov). Degrading fear memory by a dual task reduces fear. Presented to annual meeting of VGCt, Veldhoven.
  71. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., Sijbrandij, E.B., van den Hout, M.A., & Hermans, D. (2012, Nov). Reduced extinction learning before trauma predicts later posttraumatic stress. In M. Sijbrandij (Michelle Craske, discussant), Fear inhibition and extinction in PTSD: novel findings. Presented at annual meeting of International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), Los Angeles, USA.
  72. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2012, Nov). Anger: predictor or consequence of posttraumatic stress? In M. Lommen, Emotions beyond fear in PTSD. Presented at ISTSS, Los Angeles, USA.
  73. Sijbrandij, M., Engelhard, I.M., Lommen, M.J.J., Leer, A., Baas, J. (2012, Nov). Fear inhibition learning in the course of PTSD symptoms in Dutch soldiers deployed to Afghanistan. In E.M. Sijbrandij (Michelle Craske, Discussant), Fear inhibition and extinction in PTSD: Novel findings. Presented at ISTSS, Los Angeles, USA.
  74. Sternheim, L.C., Danner, U.N. van Oppen, P., Rijkeboer, M.M., Engelhard, I.M., van Elburg, A., Hendriks, G-J., van Balkom, A.J.L.M., & Cath, D.C. (2012, Sept). Eating Disorders and OCD Symptom Dimensions: An explorative study in a large sample of OCD patients. Presented at annual meeting of Eating Disorder Research Society, Porto, Portugal.
  75. Termorshuizen, F., Smeets, H.M., Engelhard, I.M., & Boks, M.P.M. (2012, March). Suicide and suicide attempts during use of antidepressants: high risk at young age? Presented at EPA, Prague.
  76. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Toffolo, M.B.J., & van Uijen, S.L. (2012, May). Exposure + response prevention versus Exposure + safety behaviours in reducing feelings of fear and contamination. Presented at meeting of the EABCT Special Interest Group on OCD in Assisi, Italy.
  77. Dek, E., van den Hout, M.A., Giele, C., & Engelhard, I.M. (2011, Sept). Does de-familiarization reduce the confidence undermining effects of OCD-like checking? In R. Dar, Exploring obsessive-compulsive doubt: New experimental studies. Presented at EABCT, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  78. Duits, P., Baas, J., Heitkoop, I., Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Klein Hofmeijer, M., Ophoff, R., & Cath, D (2011, March). Genetic polymorphisms involved in fear conditioning in patients with panic disorder and agoraphobia. In D. Cath (D. Denys Discussant), Mechanisms in anxiety acquisition and extinction: Linking biology, experimental psychology, and therapy. Presented at annual meeting of Dutch Society for Psychiatry (Voorjaarscongres NVvP), Amsterdam.
  79. Elburg, A. & Engelhard, I.M. (2011, March). Linking science and practice at Altrecht. In A. van Emmerik, Linking science and practice in the Netherlands. Presented at NVvP, Amsterdam.
  80. Engelhard, I.M. (2011, June). Taxing of working memory reduces memory vividness and emotionality. In E. Geraerts (Chair), Cognition and psychopathology. Symposium presented at bi-annual meeting of Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC), NYC.
  81. Engelhard, I.M. (2011, Nov). The role of evaluative learning in posttraumatic stress. In B. Olatunji, Delineating Core Mechanisms Associated With Disgust and Its Disorders. Presented at ABCT, Toronto, Canada.
  82. Giele, C.L., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Dek, E.C.P., Hoogers, E.E.P., & de Wit, K. (2011, Sept). Repetitive acts reduce access to their meaning In R. Dar, Exploring obsessive-compulsive doubt: New experimental studies. Presented at EABCT, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  83. Giele, C.L., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Dek, E., Hoogers, E., & de Wit, K. (2011, Sept). Obsessive compulsive-like reasoning makes an unlikely catastrophe more credible. In F. Meeten, Mechanisms of perseveration in psychopathology. Presented at EABCT, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  84. Leer, A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2011, Nov). Evaluative conditioned disgust is resistance to extinction. Presented at annual meeting of VGCt, Veldhoven.
  85. Leer, A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2011, Aug). Evaluative conditioned disgust is resistance to extinction. Presented at EABCT, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  86. Leer, A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2011, Aug). Preventing the renewal of fear: a lab study comparing a dual-task with exposure. Presented at EABCT, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  87. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., Sijbrandij, M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2011, Aug). Do individual differences in fear conditioning before trauma predict later posttraumatic stress? In M. Sijbrandij, M. Lommen, Experimental approaches to posttraumatic stress disorder. Presented at EABCT, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  88. Smeets, H., Laan, W., Engelhard, I.M., Boks, M., Geerlings, M., & de Wit, N. (2011, Nov). Routine health data of Psychiatric Case Register Middle Netherlands. Presented at Psychiatry Congress, Berlin.
  89. Sijbrandij, M., Engelhard, I.M., Lommen, M.J.J., & Leer, A. (2011, March). Inhibitory learning and posttraumatic stress disorder. In D. Cath, Mechanisms in anxiety acquisition and extinction: Linking biology, experimental psychology, and therapy. Presented at NVvP, Amsterdam.
  90. Sijbrandij, M., Engelhard, I.M., & Lommen, M.J.J. (2011, Aug). Inhibitory learning and PTSD. In M. Sijbrandij, M. Lommen, Experimental approaches to posttraumatic stress disorder. Presented at EABCT, Reykjavik, Iceland.
  91. Van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Toffolo, M., & van Uijen, S. (2011, July). Exposure plus response prevention versus exposure plus safety behaviors in reducing contamination, fear, danger, and disgust. In A. Radomsky and R. Shafran, Safety behaviours. Presented at BABCP, Surrey, UK.
  92. Engelhard, I.M., & Arntz, A. (2010, Oct). Imagery rescripting in PTSD and PD. In D. Veale, Imagery rescripting in clinical disorders. Presented at EABCT, Milan, Italy.
  93. Engelhard, I.M. & van den Hout, M.A. (2010, Oct). Eye movements reduce vividness and emotionality of flashforwards. Presented at EABCT, Milan, Italy.
  94. Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2010, May). Eye movements reduce vividness and emotionality of “flashforwards”. Presented at APS, Boston, USA.
  95. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M., & Smeets, M. (2010, May). Taxing working memory reduces vividness and emotionality of images about the Queen’s Day tragedy. Presented at APS, Boston, USA.
  96. Giele, C.L., van den Hout, M.A., Engelhard, I.M., Dek, E.C.P., & Klein Hofmeijer, F. (2010, Nov). Obsessive compulsive-like reasoning makes an unlikely outcome more credible. Presented at VGCT, Veldhoven.
  97. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2010, May). Neuroticism and avoidance of ambiguous threat stimuli: better safe than sorry? Presented at World Congress of the Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (WCBCT), Boston, USA.
  98. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2010, October). Does extinction learning before trauma predict posttraumatic stress? Presented at EABCT in Milan.
  99. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., Sijbrandij, M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2010, Nov). Do individual differences in fear conditioning before trauma predict later posttraumatic stress? VGCT, Veldhoven.
  100. Sijbrandij, M., Engelhard, I.M., Lommen, M., & Leer, A. (2010, Nov). The role of inhibitory learning in PTSD symptoms in soldiers deployed to Afghanistan. Presented at ISTSS, Montreal, Canada.
  101. Sijbrandij, M., Mouthaan, J., Olff, M., Gersons, B., van de Schoot, R., & Engelhard, I.M. (2010, Nov 6). Alcohol use trajectories after traumatic injury. Presented at ISTSS, Montreal, Canada.
  102. Dek, E.C.P., van den Hout, M.A., & Engelhard, I.M. (2009, Sept). Automation of cognitive and motor routines in sub-clinical and clinical obsessive-compulsive disorder. In R. Dar. OCD and control. Presented at EABCT, Dubrovnik, Kroatia.
  103. Engelhard, I.M. (2009, June). Expectancy bias and the persistence of posttraumatic stress. In T. Ehring (Chair), Cognitive factors in PTSD. Paper presented at European Conference on Traumatic Stress (ECOTS), Oslo, Norway.
  104. Engelhard, I.M. (2009, July). Malleability of memories for traumatic events. In E. Geraerts (E. Holmes Discussant). Trauma and memory. Presented at bi-annual meeting of Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC), Kyoto, Japan.
  105. Engelhard, I.M., de Jong. P.J., van den Hout, M.A., & van Overveld, M. (2009, May). Expectancy bias predicts the persistence of posttraumatic stress. Presented at APS, San Francisco, USA.
  106. Engelhard, I.M., Olatunji, B.O., & de Jong, P.J. (2009, Nov). The role of disgust in posttraumatic stress after deployment to Afghanistan. In B.O. Olatunji (R.J. McNally (Discussant). Descriptive and experimental psychopathology of disgust in PTSD. Presented at ABCT, New York City, USA.
  107. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Lommen, M.J.J. (2009, Sept). Tautological nature of the relationship between neuroticism and posttraumatic stress. Presented at EABCT, Dubrovnik, Kroatia.
  108. Engelhard, I.M. (Nov 27, 2009). Vormgeven van academisering van de GGZ (‘Linking science to mental health care’). Symposium Academisering van de GGZ. Altrecht, Zeist.
  109. Lommen, M.J.J., Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2009, Sept). Neuroticism and avoidance of ambiguous threat stimuli. Presented at EABCT, Dubrovnik, Kroatia.
  110. Engelhard, I.M., Orr, S.P., & van den Hout, M.A. (2008, Sept). Fear conditioning before trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder among Dutch soldiers deployed to Afghanistan: A prospective investigation. Presented at World Congress of Psychophysiology, St Petersburg, Russia.
  111. Engelhard, I.M. (2008, July). Using affect as information reduces fear extinction. In M. Vroling, Normal and disturbed reasoning processes in emotional disorders. Presented at BABCP, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  112. Engelhard, I.M. Memory consistency of traumatic and non-traumatic events on deployment in Iraq (2008, July). In E. Geraerts, Trauma and memory. Presented at BABCP, Edinburgh, Scotland.
  113. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & McNally, R.J. (2008, June). The malleability of traumatic memories in Dutch soldiers deployed to Iraq. Presented at meeting of International Congress of Cognitive Psychotherapy, Rome, Italy.
  114. Engelhard, I.M. (2007, Nov). Is emotional reasoning causally related to anxiety disorders? In I.M. Engelhard & P.J. de Jong (R.J. McNally Discussant). New insights from experimental approaches to cognitive abnormality in anxiety disorders. Presented at ABCT, Philadelphia, USA.
  115. Engelhard, I.M. (2007, Nov). Emotional reasoning as risk factor for PTSD. In M. Hagenaars, Vulnerability factors in onset and treatment of PTSD. Presented at VGCT, Veldhoven.
  116. Engelhard, I.M. (2007, June).Do explicit and implicit vulnerability associations before and after trauma exposure predict PTSD symptoms? In M. Regambal & L. Alden, Cognitive processing in PTSD. Presented at WCBCT, Barcelona, Spain.
  117. Engelhard, I.M. (2007, July). Trait anxiety and post-traumatic stress. In S. Overwijk & I. Wessel, Individual differences in PTSD. Presented at WCBCT, Barcelona, Spain.
  118. Engelhard, I.M. (2007, July). Affect-as-information. In T. Ehring & B. Kleim, Cognitive processes in PTSD. Presented at WCBCT, Barcelona, Spain.
  119. Engelhard, I.M. (2007, May). Memory consistency after deployment to Iraq. In R.J. McNally (E. Loftus Discussant), From memories of combat to memories of sexual abuse: New findings. Presented at APS, WashingtonDC,USA.
  120. Engelhard, I.M. (2006, June). Pre-trauma predictors of post-trauma growth and PTSD in Dutch soldiers after peacekeeping duties in Iraq. In E. de Soir, PTSD risk and resilience in uniformed services personnel. Presented at World Congress on Traumatic Stress, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  121. Engelhard, I.M., Huijding, J., van den Hout, M.A., & de Jong, P.J. (2006, June). Vulnerability beliefs and symptoms of PTSD after peacekeeping duties in Iraq: a prospective study. In I.M. Engelhard, Fire fighters, police and soldiers. Presented at World Congress on Traumatic Stress, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  122. Engelhard, I.M., Huijding, J., van den Hout, M.A., & de Jong, P.J. (2006, Nov). Vulnerability associations and symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. Presented at ISTSS, Hollywood, USA.
  123. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Stroebe, M., & Weerts, J. (2006, Nov). Functional and theoretical significance of benefit finding after traumatic events. Presented at ISTSS, Hollywood.
  124. Vincken, M., & Engelhard, I.M. (2006, Nov). Emotional reasoning and PTSD in children involved in a road accident. Presented at ISTSS, Hollywood, USA.
  125. Vincken, M., Engelhard, I.M., & Meesters, C. (2006, Sept). Resilience and vulnerability factors for PTSD in children involved in a road accident. Presented at EABCT, Paris, France.
  126. Engelhard, I.M. (2005, Aug). Consistency of memory for traumatic events in Iraq reported by Dutch soldiers. In R. Huntjens, Memory and metamemory in psychopathology: Empirical data on theoretical controversies. Presented at ESCOP, Leiden.
  127. Engelhard, I.M. (2005, June). Is emotional reasoning a pre-trauma vulnerability factor for PTSD? Presented at annual meeting of Argentine Society for Psychotrauma (SAPsi), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  128. Engelhard, I.M. (2005, June). Neuroticism as risk factor for PTSD: empirical data on theoretical controversy. Presented at SAPsi, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  129. Engelhard, I.M. (2005, June). Pre-trauma predictors of post-trauma growth and PTSD in Dutch soldiers after peacekeeping duties in Iraq. Presented at SAPsi, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  130. Huijding, J., & Engelhard, I.M. (2005, Aug). Using the IAT to investigate the relation between vulnerability and anxiety associations and onset of PTSD-symptoms. Presented at Implicit cognition and attention in experimental psychopathology and health research meeting, Maastricht.
  131. Engelhard, I.M. (2004, Sept). Intrusion-based reasoning and the persistence of PTSD. In A. Arntz (Chair), Affect as information mechanism. Presented at EABCT, Manchester, UK.
  132. Engelhard, I.M. (2004, July). Is emotional reasoning a vulnerability factor for chronic PTSD? In I.M. Engelhard & T. Ishii (Chair), Posttraumatic stress disorder and Acute Stress Disorder. Presented at WCBCT, Kobe, Japan.
  133. Engelhard, I.M. (2004, July). Prospective research of pre-trauma predictors of PTSD after medical events. In H. Ishizu & J. Prasko (Chair), PTSD, Brain Function, and Neuroscience. Presented at WCBCT, Kobe, Japan.
  134. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Arntz, A. (2003, Sept). The “ex-consequentia” reasoning fallacy and the persistence of PTSD. In F. Mancini, & A. Gangemi (Chair), Affect as information mechanism. Presented at EABCT, Prague, Czech Republic.
  135. Engelhard, I.M. (2002, Sept). Peritraumatic dissociation and posttrauma stress. In C.R. Brewin (Chair), Dissociative processes in psychopathology. Presented at EABCT, Maastricht.
  136. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Arntz, A., & McNally, R.J. (2002, Sept). Trauma-reminders as cues for contextual threat perceptions. In M. Kindt, & I.M. Engelhard (Chair), Mechanisms involved in onset and maintenance of PTSD. Presented at EABCT, Maastricht.
  137. Engelhard, I.M. (2002, Nov). The sense of coherence in early pregnancy predicts crisis support and PTSD symptoms after pregnancy loss. Presented at ISTSS, Baltimore, USA.
  138. Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2001, July). Peritraumatic dissociation and the development of PTSD. In C.R. Brewin (Chair), Dissociative processes in psychopathology: Clinical applications. Presented at WCBCT, Vancouver, Canada.
  139. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., Arntz, A., & McNally, R.J. (2001, Dec). Intrusion-based reasoning and PTSD after a train disaster: A longitudinal study. Presented at ISTSS, New Orleans, USA.
  140. Ekhart, T.H.A., Engelhard, I.M., van Rij, M., Boullart, I., van den Hout, M.A., Schouten, E., Spaanderman, M., & Peeters, L. (2001, March). Prevalence and risk factors of posttraumatic stress disorder after preeclampsia. Presented at Society for Gynecologic Investigation, Toronto, Canada.
  141. Engelhard, I.M., & van den Hout, M.A. (2000, March). Risk factors for PTSD after pregnancy loss. In P. Brewster (Chair), Traumatic experience associated with pregnancy and childbirth. Paper presented at World Congress on Traumatic Stress, Melbourne, Australia.
  142. Engelhard, I.M., Macklin, M.L., McNally, R.J., van den Hout, M.A., & Arntz, A. (2000, Sept). Perceptions of threat in persistent posttraumatic stress disorder. In M. van den Hout (Chair), Personality, memory, and reasoning in posttraumatic stress disorder. Presented at EABCT, Granada, Spain.
  143. Engelhard, I.M., van den Hout, M.A., & Kindt, M. (2000, Nov). Is Neuroticism a Risk Factor for the development of posttraumatic stress disorder? Presented at ISTSS,San Antonio, USA.
  144. Engelhard, I.M., Macklin, M.L., McNally, R.J., van den Hout, M.A., & Arntz, A. (2000, Nov). Emotional reasoning in chronic posttraumatic stress disorder. Presented at ISTSS, San Antonio, USA.
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 Begeleider bij bacheloronderzoek, masteronderzoek en klinische stage in Klinische Psychologie. Coordinator en docent in cursus Angststoornissen; docent en thesisbegeleider in Research Master; docent in postdoctorale GZ opleiding; begeleider onderzoek in postdoctorale KP opleiding. Thema's: experimentele psychopathologie, angststoornissen, cognitieve psychologie.

 

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  • Associate Editor Cognition & Emotion (Jan 2007-Aug 2014)
  • Editorial board Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 
  • Editorial board European Psychologist
  • Editorial board European Journal of Psychotraumatology
  • Member of scientific committee World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (WCBCT) in Boston (2010) and Lima (2013)
  • Member of scientific committee European Congress on Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (EABCT) in The Hague (2014)
  • Member of Expertpanel G&M3: Psychology, Pedagogy, Didactics and Social Work of Foundation for Scientific Research (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek, FWO Belgium) (2014-2016)
  • Member of International Grants Evaluation Panel for Psychology area of Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) (2010, 2011, 2015, 2016)
  • Gastdocent RINO Zuid Nederland in GZ-Opleiding
  • Ad hoc reviewer for journals and funding agencies (e.g., Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research; WorkSafe British Columbia; The Wellcome Trust; Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology)

 

 

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