Eva Kemps
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Working memory components of the Corsi blocks task
A Vandierendonck, E Kemps, MC Fastame, A Szmalec
British journal of psychology 95 (1), 57-79, 2004
The phenomenology of food cravings: The role of mental imagery
M Tiggemann, E Kemps
Appetite 45 (3), 305-313, 2005
General lifestyle activities as a predictor of current cognition and cognitive change in older adults: a cross-sectional and longitudinal examination
RS Newson, EB Kemps
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2005
Approach bias modification training and consumption: A review of the literature
N Kakoschke, E Kemps, M Tiggemann
Addictive behaviors 64, 21-28, 2017
The development of working memory: Exploring the complementarity of two models
E Kemps, S De Rammelaere, T Desmet
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 77 (2), 89-109, 2000
Factors that promote and prevent exercise engagement in older adults
RS Newson, EB Kemps
Journal of aging and health 19 (3), 470-481, 2007
Control of interference during working memory updating.
A Szmalec, F Verbruggen, A Vandierendonck, E Kemps
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (1), 137, 2011
Insensitivity of visual short-term memory to irrelevant visual information
J Andrade, E Kemps, Y Werniers, J May, A Szmalec
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 55 (3), 753-774, 2002
Components of attentional bias for food cues among restrained eaters
S Hollitt, E Kemps, M Tiggemann, E Smeets, JS Mills
Appetite 54 (2), 309-313, 2010
Reducing the vividness and emotional impact of distressing autobiographical memories: The importance of modality-specific interference
E Kemps, M Tiggemann
Memory 15 (4), 412-422, 2007
Attentional bias modification encourages healthy eating
N Kakoschke, E Kemps, M Tiggemann
Eating behaviors 15 (1), 120-124, 2014
The nature of imagery processes underlying food cravings
K Harvey, E Kemps, M Tiggemann
British Journal of Health Psychology 10 (1), 49-56, 2005
Modality-specific imagery reduces cravings for food: an application of the elaborated intrusion theory of desire to food craving.
E Kemps, M Tiggemann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 13 (2), 95, 2007
Food cravings consume limited cognitive resources.
E Kemps, M Tiggemann, M Grigg
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 14 (3), 247, 2008
Implicit approach–avoidance associations for craved food cues.
E Kemps, M Tiggemann, R Martin, M Elliott
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 19 (1), 30, 2013
The bogus taste test: Validity as a measure of laboratory food intake
E Robinson, A Haynes, CA Hardman, E Kemps, S Higgs, A Jones
Appetite 116, 223-231, 2017
Bias modification training can alter approach bias and chocolate consumption
SE Schumacher, E Kemps, M Tiggemann
Appetite 96, 219-224, 2016
Biased attentional processing of food cues and modification in obese individuals.
E Kemps, M Tiggemann, S Hollitt
Health Psychology 33 (11), 1391, 2014
Attentional retraining can reduce chocolate consumption.
E Kemps, M Tiggemann, J Orr, J Grear
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 20 (1), 94, 2014
Training motor responses to food: A novel treatment for obesity targeting implicit processes
E Stice, NS Lawrence, E Kemps, H Veling
Clinical psychology review 49, 16-27, 2016
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