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Snijders-Kouwer Award

Snijders-Kouwer

At the Heymans Symposium the Snijders-Kouwer Prize is granted to the best international scientific article of a PhD student of the Heymans Institute, who has published the most innovative and outstanding scientific journal article.

Year

Name of winner

Title article

2017 M.J. Wolff

Dynamic hidden states underlying working-memory-guided behavior

2016 A. Menninga Language use in real-time interactions during early elementary science lessons: The bidirectional dynamics of the language complexity of teachers and students
2015 R.G.R. den Hartigh Psychological momentum during and across sports matches: Evidence for Interconnected time scales
2014 W.S. Jansen Inclusion: Conceptualization and Measurement.
2013 J.M. Brenninkmeijer

Neurofeedback as a dance of agency

2011

T.M. Brakel

Impact of social comparison on cancer survivors’quality of life: An experimental field study

2010

E.M. Veenstra

Restrained eaters show enhanced automatic approach tendencies towards food

2009

K.E. Keizer

The Spreading of Disorder

2008

A. Lichtwarck - Aschoff

Time and identity: A framework for research and theory formation

2007

L.J. Renkema

Terror management and sterotyping: Why do people sterotype when mortality is salient

2006

K. Luijters

Pasta – Prevention of Adolescent Social & Test Anxiety

2005

S.A. Schwinghammer

Different Selves Have Different Effects: Self-Activation and Defensive Social Comparison

2004

T.E. Gladwin

Bursts of occipital theta and alpha amplitude preceding alternation and repetition trials in a task-switching experiment

2003

H.W. Steenbeek

Een dynamisch-systeemmodel van interactie tijdens spel van twee kinderen

2002

M.J.H. van Onna

Bayesian estimation and model selection in ordered latent class models for polytomous items

2001

P.R. Butcher

Inhibition of return in very young infants:A longitudinal study

2000

W. Jager

Behaviour in common dilemmas: Homo Economicus in an ecological-economic model

1999

R. Benschop

In persuit of Precision, The Calibration of Minds and Machines in Early Psychology

1998

H.G. Ruhland

Jumping into syntax: Transitions in the development of closed class words

1997

J.M. Spikman

Deficits of attention after Closed_Head Injury: Slowness Only?

1996

D. de Waard

Effect of road layout and road enviroment on driving performance, drivers' physiology and road appreciation.

1995

H.G.O.M. Smid

A psychophysiological study of the use of partial information in stimulus- response translations

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