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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Psychology D-index 53 Citations 9,570 95 World Ranking 2970 National Ranking 149

Overview

What is she best known for?

The fields of study she is best known for:

  • Internal medicine
  • Social psychology
  • Psychiatry

Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Impulsivity, Overweight, Obesity and Overeating. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Food intake and Cognitive bias. Her Food intake research focuses on subjects like Food environment, which are linked to Taste test, Impulsive personality and Body weight.

The Impulsivity study combines topics in areas such as Eating disorders, Cognition and Nutritional status. Her research investigates the connection with Obesity and areas like Self-control which intersect with concerns in Sensation seeking and Weight gain. Chantal Nederkoorn has researched Overeating in several fields, including Dieting and Psychopathology.

Her most cited work include:

  • Why obese children cannot resist food: the role of impulsivity (402 citations)
  • Resisting temptation: Decreasing alcohol-related affect and drinking behavior by training response inhibition (306 citations)
  • Impulsivity in obese women (290 citations)

What are the main themes of her work throughout her whole career to date?

Chantal Nederkoorn mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Impulsivity, Overweight, Obesity and Clinical psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Social psychology, Food intake, Cognition, Overeating and Craving as well as Developmental psychology. Chantal Nederkoorn has researched Overeating in several fields, including Temptation, Psychopathology, Mood, Weight gain and Self-control.

As part of one scientific family, Chantal Nederkoorn deals mainly with the area of Impulsivity, narrowing it down to issues related to the Disinhibition, and often Inhibitory control. Chantal Nederkoorn combines subjects such as Body weight, Treatment outcome, Psychological intervention and Ecology with her study of Overweight. The study incorporates disciplines such as Body mass index and Calorie in addition to Obesity.

She most often published in these fields:

  • Developmental psychology (41.79%)
  • Impulsivity (31.34%)
  • Overweight (27.61%)

What were the highlights of her more recent work (between 2013-2021)?

  • Developmental psychology (41.79%)
  • Obesity (26.87%)
  • Overweight (27.61%)

In recent papers she was focusing on the following fields of study:

Chantal Nederkoorn mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Obesity, Overweight, Clinical psychology and Food intake. Her Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Social psychology, Reinforcement, Gratification, Taste and Eating behaviour. Chantal Nederkoorn interconnects Body mass index, Attentional bias and Food craving in the investigation of issues within Obesity.

Her work deals with themes such as Psychological intervention, Ecology, Impulsivity and Binge-eating disorder, which intersect with Overweight. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Neuroticism and Self-control. Her Food intake research integrates issues from Meal and Environmental health.

Between 2013 and 2021, her most popular works were:

  • Eating on impulse: the relation between overweight and food-specific inhibitory control. (100 citations)
  • Focus on the future: Episodic future thinking reduces discount rate and snacking (70 citations)
  • A randomized controlled trial of inhibitory control training for the reduction of alcohol consumption in problem drinkers. (66 citations)

In her most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Internal medicine
  • Social psychology
  • Psychiatry

Chantal Nederkoorn mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Impulsivity, Obesity, Overeating and Social psychology. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Preference, Affect and Gratification. Her Impulsivity study is concerned with Clinical psychology in general.

Her work on Weight loss and Caloric intake is typically connected to Individual susceptibility and Food advertisements as part of general Obesity study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her Overeating study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Food intake, Attentional bias and Craving. The concepts of her Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Food texture, Taste, Drinking habits and Follow up studies.

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Best Publications

Why obese children cannot resist food: the role of impulsivity

Chantal Nederkoorn;Caroline Braet;Yvonne Van Eijs;Ann Tanghe.
Eating Behaviors (2006)

587 Citations

Impulsivity in obese women

Chantal Nederkoorn;Fren T.Y. Smulders;Remco C. Havermans;Anne Roefs.
Appetite (2006)

426 Citations

Control yourself or just eat what you like? Weight gain over a year is predicted by an interactive effect of response inhibition and implicit preference for snack foods

Chantal Nederkoorn;Katrijn Houben;Wilhelm Hofmann;Anne Roefs.
Health Psychology (2010)

392 Citations

Resisting temptation: Decreasing alcohol-related affect and drinking behavior by training response inhibition

Katrijn Houben;Chantal Nederkoorn;Reinout W. Wiers;Anita Jansen.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (2011)

387 Citations

Overweight children overeat after exposure to food cues.

Anita Jansen;Nicole Theunissen;Katrien Slechten;Chantal Nederkoorn.
Eating Behaviors (2003)

380 Citations

Impulsivity predicts treatment outcome in obese children.

Chantal Nederkoorn;Esther Jansen;Sandra Mulkens;Anita Jansen.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2007)

332 Citations

Selective visual attention for ugly and beautiful body parts in eating disorders.

Anita Jansen;Chantal Nederkoorn;Sandra Mulkens.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2005)

319 Citations

Cephalic phase responses, craving and food intake in normal subjects

C. Nederkoorn;F.T.Y. Smulders;A.T.M. Jansen.
Appetite (2000)

292 Citations

Can(not) take my eyes off it: attention bias for food in overweight participants

Jessica Werthmann;Anne Roefs;Chantal Nederkoorn;Karin Mogg.
Health Psychology (2011)

268 Citations

The interaction between impulsivity and a varied food environment: its influence on food intake and overweight.

R. Guerrieri;C. Nederkoorn;A.T.M. Jansen.
International Journal of Obesity (2008)

266 Citations

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