prof.dr. J.W. van Strien

prof.dr. J.W. van Strien

Full Professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Brain and Cognition
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
T 13-45
Telephone
+31 10 4088787
Email
vanstrien@essb.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

J.W. van Strien & M.K. van der Peijl (2018). Enhanced early visual processing in response to snake and trypophobic stimuli. BMC Psychology, 6:21. doi: 10.1186/s40359-018-0235-2

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  • EEG, memory, and emotions
  • Early Posterior Negativity (EPN)
  • EPN and phylogenetic threat
  • Emotion and aging
  • Hormones and cognition
  • Handedness (Dutch Handedness Questionnaire)
  • Simultaneous EEG and fMRI
        • J.W. van Strien & A. Bouma (2012). Vragenlijst voor handvoorkeur. In A. Bouma, J. Mulder, J. Lindeboom & B. Schmand (Eds.), Handboek neuropsychologische diagnostiek (pp. 447-462). Amsterdam: Pearson
        • S.J.E. Langeslag, M.C. Jackson, J.W. van Strien & D. Linden (2011). Varying background colours reveals that enhanced short-term memory for angry faces is a valence and not an arousal effect. In E.S. Levin (Ed.), Working memory: Capacity, developments and improvement techniques (pp. 301-312). Hauppauge: Nova Science Publishers
        • S.J.E. Langeslag & J.W. van Strien (2011). Aging and short-term memory for face identity of emotional faces. In E.S. Levin (Ed.), Working memory: Capacity, developments and improvement techniques (pp. 287-300). Hauppauge: Nova Science Publishers
        • J.W. van Strien (2010). Linkshandigheid. In Spraak, taal en leren; Kinderen en adolescenten: Problemen en risicosituaties (pp. 84-110). Houten: Bohn, Stafleu, Van Loghum
        • J.W. van Strien (2000). Genetic, intrauterine, and cultural origins of human handedness. In M.K. Mandal, M.B. Bulman-Fleming & G. Tiwari (Eds.), Side-bias: A Neuropsychological Perspective (pp. 41-61). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers
        • J.W. van Strien (1998). Neuropsychological profiles of P- and L-type dyslexia. In R. Licht, A. Bouma, W. Slot & W. Koops (Eds.), Child neuropsychology, reading disability and more ...: A tribute to Dirk J. Bakker (pp. 107-125). Delft: Eburon
        • J.W. van Strien (1997). Hemisphere Specific Stimulation: Neuropsychological treatment of dyslexia. In B. Ericson & J. Rönnberg (Eds.), Reading disability and its treatment (pp. 99-117). Norrköping, Sweden: Eve Malmquist Institute for reading, Linköping University
        • J.W. van Strien (1994). Cognitive abilities and lexical decision performance in families with P-type dyslexic, L-type dyslexic, and normal reading boys. In R. Licht & G. Spyer (Eds.), The balance model of dyslexia: Theoretical and clinical progress (pp. 23-40). Assen: Van Gorcum
        • D.J. Bakker, R. Licht & J.W. van Strien (1991). Biopsychological validation of L- and P-type dyslexia. In B.P. Rourke (Ed.), Neuropsychological validation of learning disability subtypes (pp. 124-140). New York: The Guilford Press
        • J.W. van Strien (1991). Linkshandigheid. In G. Cluckers, R. Kohnstamm, J. Rispens, T.W.J. Schulpen, M. Meijer, R. Willemaers & G.A. Bakker (Eds.), Handboek kinderen en adolescenten (pp. 1-17). Deventer: Van Loghum Slaterus
        • J.W. van Strien (2003). Linkshandigheid. In J. Dewispelaere, R. Vecht-van den Bergh, D.M.C.B. van Zeben-van der Aa, H. Grietens, M. van der Meulen-van Dijk & G.A. Bakker (Eds.), Kinderen en adolescenten, problemen en risicosituaties (pp. 1-15). Houten: Bohn, Stafleu, Van Loghum
        • J.W. van Strien (2003). Epidemiologie. In J.A.M. Vandermeulen & et al (Eds.), Niet-aangeboren hersenletsel bij volwassenen (pp. 16-21). Maarssen: Elsevier gezondheidszorg
        • J.T. Wilmink, M.J.P.G. van Kroonenburgh & J.W. van Strien (2003). Beeldvormend onderzoek: Technieken en relatie tot neuropsychologisch onderzoek. In J.A.M. Vandermeulen & et al (Eds.), Niet-aangeboren hersenletsel bij volwassenen (pp. 83-101). Maarssen: Elsevier gezondheidszorg
      • E.A. de Bruin, V.E.G. Martens, J.C. Glimmerveen & J.W. van Strien (2008). Greater N400 repetition effect indicates development of recognition memory in primary-school children. In 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology, St-Petersburg Vol. 69. International Journal of Psychophysiology
      • L. Gootjes, E.C. Bruggeling, T. Magnee & J.W. van Strien (2008). Sex differences in functional connectivity during mental rotation: an eeg study. In 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology, St-Petersburg Vol. 69. International Journal of Psychophysiology
      • K. Zanolie, S. van Dantzig, I. Boot, J.. Wijnen, J.W. van Strien & D. Pecher (2008). Does power shift ones attention on a vertical dimension? An ERP study. In 49 th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society Vol. 13. Abstracts of the Psychonomic Society
      • J.W. van Strien (2010). Hersenen en emoties: van reflex tot cognitie (2010, november 12). Rotterdam: EUR
        • J.W. van Strien, I.H.A. Franken, R. Eijlers & J. Huijding (2012). Early posterior negativity is larger for snake pictures than for spider pictures in non-phobic women. 16th World Congress of Psychophysiology: Pisa Italy, International Journal of Psychophysiology, 85, 374.
        • J.W. van Strien, S. Thijssen & N. van der Stoep (2011). Hemispheric differences in the P100 and N170 during implicit processing of facial valence. 51th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research: Boston MA, USA. Psychophysiology, 48, S102.
        • J.W. van Strien, I. van den Berg & I.H.A. Franken (2010). Changes in brain electrical activity during extended continuous face recognition. SPR 2010: Portland, Oregon, USA. Psychophysiology, 47, S83.
        • S.J.E. Langeslag & J.W. van Strien (2009). Aging and emotion regulation: An ERP study. 3rd Annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society: New York, United States.
        • J.W. van Strien, L. Gootjes, S.J.E. Langeslag & I.H.A. Franken (2009). Facial fear attenuates the ERP old/new effect. Third annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society: New York U.S.A..
        • E. de Bruin, V.E.G. Martens & J.W. van Strien (2009). Development of face recognition in primary school children. SPR conference: Berlin, Germany.
        • K. Zanolie, J.W. van Strien & D. Pecher (2009). Effects of number magnitude op spatial attention and response bias. 50th annual meeting of the Psychonomic society: Boston, USA.
        • L. Gootjes, I.H.A. Franken & J.W. van Strien (2009). Cognitive emotion regulation in meditation practioners: an EEG study. Third annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society: New York, U.S.A..
        • S.J.E. Langeslag & J.W. van Strien (2009). Aging and short-term memory for emotional faces. International Society for Research on Emotion 2009 Conference: Leuven, Belgium.
        • S.J.E. Langeslag & J.W. van Strien (2009). Aging and emotion regulation: An ERP study. EPOS workshop 'Methods and challenges in developmental neuroimaging': Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
        • S.J.E. Langeslag, H.M. Morgan, M.C. Jackson, D. Linden & J.W. van Strien (2008). Electrophysiological correlates of improved working memory for emotional faces. 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology: St. Petersburg, Russia.
        • S.J.E. Langeslag, H.M. Morgan, M.C. Jackson, D. Linden & J.W. van Strien (2008). Electrophysiological correlates of improved working memory for emotional faces. EPOS workshop "Neurocognitive approaches to control and working memory": Leiden, The Netherlands.
        • I.H.A. Franken, P. Muris, I.M.T. Nijs & J.W. van Strien (2008). Fast processing of pleasant emotional information. 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology "The Olympic of the Brain": St Petersburg, Russia.
        • S.J.E. Langeslag & J.W. van Strien (2007). Attention, rather than Retrieval, contributes to Age differences in Emotional Memory: An Event-Related Potential study. NVP Winter Conference: Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands.
        • E.A. de Bruin, V.E.G. Martens, J.C. Glimmerveen & J.W. van Strien (2007). Remembering words: Development of memory-related brain activity in school-age children - preliminary results. Society for Neuroscience: San Diego (2007, november 3 - 2007, november 7).
        • S.J.E. Langeslag & J.W. van Strien (2006). Do we get more pleasant memories as we grow older? An event-related potential (ERP) study investigating the subsequent memory effect for emotional pictures in young and older adults. Third NWO Cognition Summer School: Doorwerth, The Netherlands.
        • J.W. van Strien, I.H.A. Franken & I.M.T. Nijs (2005). EEG activity and the behavioral activation and inhibition systems. 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research: Lisbon, Portugal.
        • S.J.E. Langeslag & J.W. van Strien (2016). Regulation of romantic love feelings: Preconceptions, strategies, and feasibility. Paper presented at the Consortium of European Research on Emotion (CERE) Conference, Leiden, Netherlands, July 2016.: .
        • S.J.E. Langeslag & J.W. van Strien (2016). Regulation of romantic love feelings: Preconceptions, strategies, and feasibility. Annual meeting of the Society for Affective Science, Chicago, March 2016.: .
        • J.W. van Strien, N.N.N. van Dongen & K. Dijkstra (2016). Implicit emotion regulation when viewing artworks: ERP evidence in response to affective pictures. Annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society: New York, NY, US (2016, april 28 - 2016, april 30).
        • S.J.E. Langeslag, J.R. Olivier, M.E. Köhlen, I.M. Nijs & J.W. van Strien (2015). Increased attention and memory for beloved-related information during infatuation: Behavioral and electrophysiological data. Annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society: Boston, MA, US.
        • L. Gootjes & J.W. van Strien (2006). Long-term effects of yogic relaxation methods on emotional processing: an EEG study. Mind and Life Summer Research Institute: Garrison, NY, US L (2006, juni 1).
        • L. Gootjes, A. Bouma, J.W. van Strien, P. Scheltens & C.J. Stam (2006). Attention modulates hemispheric differences in functional connectivity: evidence from MEG recordings. 5th Dutch Endo-Neuro-Psycho Meeting: Doorwerth (2006, juni 6 - 2006, juni 9).
        • A.B.H. de Bruin, R.M.J.P. Rikers, H.G. Schmidt & J.W. van Strien (2006). The effect of performance feedback on metacomprehension accuracy in cognitive skill acquisition. 47 th annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society: Houston Texas (2006, november 16 - 2006, november 19).
        • L. Gootjes & J.W. van Strien (2006). Effects of sudarshan kriya on emotional processing in the brain: an eeg study. World Conference Expanding Paradigms: New Delhi, India (2006, februari 1).
        • I.H.A. Franken, J.W. van Strien & I.M.T. Nijs (2005). Anhedonia attenuates ERP measures of attentional processing. 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research: Lisbon, Portugal.
        • G.C. van Haselen, J.W. van Strien, M.A. Frens & J.N. van der Geest (2005). Visual-motor development in subjects with William syndrome. ESF research conference- Brain Development and Cognition in Human Infants: Italy.
        • J.W. van Strien (2002). The neuropsychology of emotion. EPOS/ONWA Graduate Program on Cognitive Neuroscience: Amsterdam (2002, januari 31).
        • J.W. van Strien (2002). Pathological and nonpathological origins of handedness. BCN-symposium on Brain Lateralization: Groningen (2002, december 12).
        • J.W. van Strien, R. Licht, L.M.J. de Sonneville & L. Valstar (2002). Implicit and explicit emotional face processing: An ERP-study. Thirtieth Annual Meeting International Neuropsychological Society: Toronto (2002, februari 16).
      • J.W. van Strien (1994). [Bespreking van het boek Is links handig? Oorzaken en gevolgen van linkshandigheid]. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie en haar Grensgebieden, 49, 236-237.
      • J.W. van Strien (1985). [Bespreking van het boek De neurologische ontwikkeling van de zuigeling]. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie en haar Grensgebieden, 40, 313-315.
  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Brain and Cognition
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4088787

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam