Steven Verheyen is an Assistant Professor of Cognitive Psychology at the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences. Prior to working at Erasmus University, he was a member of Institut Jean Nicod and the KU Leuven Laboratory of Experimental Psychology. His work on individual differences in language use is positioned at the intersection of quantitative psychology, philosophy of language, and cognitive linguistics. He has expertise in the fields of concepts and categories, semantics, and psychometrics.
Steven Verheyen & K Van Gorp (2018) - Multilingual tasks can induce conflicted emotions about one's home language - University of Antwerp
S Smirnow, C Maes, L Luyten & Steven Verheyen (2017) - Assessment in a globalised economy: A task-based approach to assess the proficiency of Dutch in specific occupational domains - Association of Language Testers in Europe
A White, G Storms, B C Malt & Steven Verheyen (2016) - Between versus within-language differences in linguistic categorization - Cognitive Science Society
S De Deyne, Steven Verheyen, A Perfors & D Navarro (2015) - Evidence for widespread thematic structure in the mental lexicon - Cognitive Science Society
H Vankrunkelsven, Steven Verheyen, S De Deyne & G Storms (2015) - Predicting lexical norms using a word association corpus - Cognitive Science Society
Jesse Zee, G Storms & Steven Verheyen (2014) - Violations of the local independence assumption in categorization - Cognitive Science Society
L Stukken, Steven Verheyen & G Storms (2013) - Representation and criterion differences between men and women in semantic categorization - Cognitive Science Society