dr. M.R. (Mark) Nieuwenstein

assistant professor

dr. M.R. (Mark) Nieuwenstein
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m.r.nieuwenstein rug.nl

Research

Postal address:
United Kingdom
  1. 2019
  2. 2018
  3. 2017
  4. Brederoo, S., Nieuwenstein, M., Cornelissen, F., Lorist, M., Brysbaert, M., & Van Der Haegen, L. (2017). An integrated view of visual lateralization. Poster session presented at NVP Wintercongres 2017, Netherlands.
  5. Brederoo, S., Nieuwenstein, M., Cornelissen, F., Lorist, M., Brysbaert, M., & Van Der Haegen, L. (2017). An integrated view of visual lateralization. Poster session presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting 2017 , San Francisco, United States.
  6. Broers, N., Potter, M. C., Nieuwenstein, M., & Busch, N. (2017). Memorable Images are more Recognizable in Ultra-Fast RSVP. Poster session presented at 40th European Conference on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany.
  7. Nieuwenstein, M., & Kromm, M. (2017). Visual Memory: The Price of Encoding Details. Abstract from 58th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Vancouver, Canada.
  8. 2016
  9. Nijenkamp, R., Nieuwenstein, M., de Jong, R., & Lorist, M. (2016). Do resit exams promote lower investments of study time? Theory and data from a laboratory study. Poster session presented at 37th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Boston, United States.
  10. Nijenkamp, R., Swan, G., Broers, N., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2016). Precision takes time: Evidence for retroactive dual-task interference in a color reproduction task. Poster session presented at 24th Annual Workshop on Object Perception, Attention, and Memory, Boston, United States.
  11. Brederoo, S., Nieuwenstein, M., Lorist, M., & Cornelissen, F. (2016). Replicability of visual field asymmetries. Poster session presented at North Sea Laterality Conference 2016, Groningen, Netherlands.
  12. Sasin, E., Sense, F., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2016). Can we learn to forget?. Poster session presented at Psychonomic Society's 57th Annual Meeting , Boston, United States.
  13. Nieuwenstein, M., Linde, M., & van Rijn, H. (2016). Dwelling on memorability: Effects of long-term picture memorability on the attentional blink. Poster session presented at Psychonomic Society's 57th Annual Meeting , Boston, United States.
  14. Broers, N., Potter, M. C., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2016). Intrinsic Memorability of Pictures in Rapid Serial Visual Presentation. Abstract from Psychonomic Society's 57th Annual Meeting , Boston, United States.
  15. Wiradhany, W., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2016). Multimedia-minded and distracted? Evidence from a large-scale replication study. Poster session presented at Psychonomic Society's 57th Annual Meeting , Boston, United States.
  16. Nieuwenstein, M., & van Rijn, H. (2016). Unconscious thought beyond multi-attribute choice: A meta-analysis. Poster session presented at 37th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Boston, United States.
  17. 2015
  18. Sasin, E., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2015). Forget Me if You Can: Attentional capture by to-be-remembered and to-be-forgotten visual stimuli. Poster session presented at 15th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida, United States.
  19. Wiradhany, W., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2015). Cognitive control in Indonesian and Dutch multimedia multitaskers: A replication study. Poster session presented at XIXth Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus.
  20. Wiradhany, W., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2015). Cognitive control in multimedia multitaskers: A replication study. Poster session presented at Winterconference Dutch Psychonomic Society, The Netherlands, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.
  21. Sasin, E., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2015). Forget me if you can: Attentional capture by to-be-remembered and to-be-forgotten visual stimuli. Abstract from XIXth Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus.
  22. Nieuwenstein, M., Scholz, S., & Broers, N. (2015). Interference control theory: A new perspective on dual-task interference in memorizing and responding to visual targets. Abstract from VSS 2015 (Vision Sciences Society), St. Pete Beach, Florida, United Kingdom. https://doi.org/10.1167/15.12.739
  23. Brederoo, S., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2015). Lateralization of face perception. Poster session presented at International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  24. Brederoo, S., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2015). Lateralization of spatial frequency processing: Effects of task factors. Poster session presented at Winterconference Dutch Psychonomic Society, The Netherlands, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.
  25. Brederoo, S., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2015). Lateralization of visual functions. Poster session presented at XIXth Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus.
  26. Brederoo, S., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2015). Lateralization of visual functions. Poster session presented at 38th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) 2015 Liverpool I, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
  27. Teichmann, L., Nieuwenstein, M., & Rich, A. (2015). Long term associations and serial recall: Using synaesthesia to probe memory for sequences. Poster session presented at NVP Winter Conference 2015, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.
  28. Broers, N., Nieuwenstein, M., & Potter, M. C. (2015). Memorable in a Glimpse: Recognition of Memorable and Non-Memorable Pictures in Rapid Serial Visual Presentation. Poster session presented at Winterconference Dutch Psychonomic Society, The Netherlands, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.
  29. Nieuwenstein, M., Broers, N., & Scholz, S. (2015). Retroactive dual-task interference in memorizing and responding to visual targets: Data and theory. Abstract from XIXth Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus.
  30. Nieuwenstein, M., Scholz, S., & Broers, N. (2015). Task-shielding in dual-task interference. Poster session presented at Winterconference Dutch Psychonomic Society, The Netherlands, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.
  31. Nijenkamp, R., Nieuwenstein, M., Lorist, M., & de Jong, R. (2015). When failure doesn’t matter: Second chances promote risky investments. Poster session presented at XIXth Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus.
  32. Nijenkamp, R., Nieuwenstein, M., de Jong, R., & Lorist, M. (2015). When failure doesn’t matter: Second chances promote risky investments. Poster session presented at Winterconference Dutch Psychonomic Society, The Netherlands, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.
  33. 2014
  34. Sasin, E., Johnson, A., & Nieuwenstein, M. (2014). Memory-Driven Attentional Capture Reveals Waxing and Waning in Working Memory Activation. Poster session presented at 55th annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, California, United States.
  35. Teichmann, A. L., Nieuwenstein, M., & Rich, A. N. (2014). Red, green, blue equals 1, 2, 3: Investigating the bidirectionality of digit-colour synaesthesia. Poster session presented at XII International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON-XII), Brisbane, Australia. https://doi.org/10.3389/conf.fnhum.2015.217.00354
  36. Nieuwenstein, M., Scholz, S., & Broers, N. (2014). From proactive to retroactive dual-task interference: The important role of Task-2 probability. Poster session presented at 55th annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, California, United States.
  37. Nieuwenstein, M., Wierenga, T., Morey, R., Wicherts, J., Blom, T., Wagenmakers, E-J., & van Rijn, H. (2014). On making the Right Choice: A Meta-Analysis and Large-Scale Replication Attempt of the Unconscious Thought Advantage. Poster session presented at 35th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Long Beach, California, United States.
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