For personal use only.
Best, M., Barsalou, L. W., & Papies, E. K. (in press). Studying Human Eating Behaviour in the Laboratory: Theoretical Considerations and Practical Suggestions. Appetite.
Keesman, M., Aarts, H., Ostafin, B. D., Verwei, S., Häfner, M., & Papies, E. K. (2018). Alcohol representations are socially situated: An investigation of beverage representations by using a property generation task. Appetite, 120, 654-665.
Best, M., & Papies, E. K. (2017). Right here, right now: Situated interventions to change consumer habits. Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, 2, (3), 333-358..
Papies, E. K., Best, M., Gelibter, E., & Barsalou, L. W. (2017). The role of simulations in consumer experiences and behavior: Insights from the grounded cognition theory of desire. Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, 2, (4), 402-418.
Strick, M., & Papies, E. K. (2017). A brief mindfulness exercise promotes the correspondence between the implicit affiliation motive and goal setting. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 43, 623-637.
Keesman, M., Aarts, H., Häfner, M., & Papies, E. K. (2017). Mindfulness reduces reactivity to food cues: Underlying mechanisms and applications in daily life. Current Addiction Reports, 4: 151.
Papies, E. K. (2017). Situating interventions to bridge the intention-behaviour gap: A framework for recruiting nonconscious processes for behaviour change. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 11:e12323. https://doi.org/10.1111/spc3.12323.
Karremans, J. C., & Papies, E. K. (Eds.) Mindfulness in Social Psychology. Routledge, 2017.
Karremans, J. C., & Papies, E. K. (2017). Why social psychologists should care about mindfulness. In J. C. Karremans & E. K. Papies (Eds.), Mindfulness in Social Psychology, Routledge.
Papies, E. K. (2017). Mindfulness and health behaviour: Examining the roles of attention regulation and decentering. In J. C. Karremans & E. K. Papies (Eds.), Mindfulness in Social Psychology, Routledge.
van der Laan, L. N., Papies, E. K., Hooge, I. T. C., & Smeets, P. A. M. (2017). Goal-directed visual attention drives health goal priming: An eye-tracking experiment. Health Psychology, 36, 82-90.
Papies, E.K. (2016). Health goal priming as a situated intervention tool: How to benefit from nonconscious motivational routes to health behavior. Health Psychology Review, 10, 408-424.
Chen, J., Papies, E.K., & Barsalou, L.W. (2016). A core eating network and its modulations underlie diverse eating phenomena. Brain and Cognition, 110, 20-42.
Keesman, M., Aarts, H., Vermeent, S., Häfner, M., & Papies, E. K. (2016). Consumption simulations induce salivation to food cues. PLOS ONE, 11(11), e0165449. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0165449
Papies, E. K., Winckel, M. van, & Keesman, M. (2016). Food-specific decentering experiences are associated with reduced food cravings in meditators: A preliminary investigation. Mindfulness, 5, 1123-1131.
Papies, E. K. & Aarts, H. (2016). Automatic self-regulation: From habit to goal-pursuit. In K. D. Vohs, R. F. Baumeister (Eds.), Handbook of self-regulation: Research, theory, and applications (3rd ed; pp. 203-222) New York: Guilford Press.
Papies, E. K. (2016). Goal priming as a situated intervention tool. Current Opinion in Psychology, 12, 12-16.
Sheeran, P., Bosch, J. A.; Crombez, G., Hall, P. A.; Harris, J. L.; Papies, E. K.; Wiers, R. W. (2016). Implicit processes in health psychology: Diversity and promise. Health Psychology, 35, 761-766.
Versluis, I., & Papies, E. K. (2016). The role of social norms in the portion size effect: Reducing normative relevance reduces the effect of portion size on consumption decisions. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 756. doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00756
Versluis, I., & Papies, E.K. (2016). Eating less from bigger packs: Preventing the pack size effect with diet primes. Appetite, 100, 70-79.
Lebois, L. A. M., Papies, E. K., Gopinath, K., Cabanban, R., Quigley, K., Krishnamurthy, V., … Barsalou, L. W. (2015). A shift in perspective: Decentering through mindful attention to imagined stressful events. Neuropsychologia, 75, 505-524.
Papies, E.K. & Barsalou, L.W. (2015). Grounding desire and motivated behavior: A theoretical framework and review of empirical evidence. In Hofmann, W., & Nordgren, L. (Eds.), The Psychology of Desire (pp. 36-60). New York: Guilford Press.
Versluis, I., Papies, E. K., & Marchiori, D. M. (2015). Preventing the pack size effect: Exploring the effectiveness of pictorial and non-pictorial serving size recommendations. Appetite, 87, 116-126.
Papies, E. K., Pronk, T. M., Keesman, M. & Barsalou, L. W. (2015). The benefits of merely observing: Mindful attention modulates the link between motivation and behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108, 148-170.
van Dillen, L. F., & Papies, E.K. (2015). From distraction to mindfulness: Psychological and neural mechanisms of attention strategies in self-regulation. In G. Gendolla, M. Tops, S. Koole (Eds.) Biobehavioral Foundations of Self-Regulation (pp. 141-154) New York: Springer.
Marchiori, D., Papies, E.K., & Klein, O. (2014). The portion size effect on food intake: An anchoring and adjustment process? Appetite, 81, 108-115.
Papies, E.K., Potjes, I., Keesman, M., Schwinghammer, S., & van Koningsbruggen, G.M. (2014). Using health goal primes to reduce snack purchases among overweight consumers. International Journal of Obesity, 38, 597-602.
Marchiori, D. & Papies, E. K. (2014). A brief mindfulness intervention reduces unhealthy eating when hungry, but not the portion size effect. Appetite, 75, 40-45.
Papies, E. K. (2013). Tempting food words activate eating simulations. Frontiers in Psychology, 4: 838. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00838.
Papies, E. K., & Veling, H. (2013). Healthy dining: Subtle diet reminders at the point of purchase increase low-calorie food choices among both chronic and current dieters. Appetite, 61, 1-7.
Van Dillen, L. F., Papies, E. K., & Hofmann, W. (2013). Turning a blind eye to temptation: How task load can facilitate self-regulation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 104, 427- 443.
Stroebe, W., van Koningsbruggen, G. M., Papies, E. K., & Aarts, H. (2013). Why most dieters fail but some succeed: A goal conflict model of eating behavior. Psychological Review, 120, 110-138.
Papies, E.K. (2012). Goal priming in dieters: Recent insights and applications. Current Obesity Reports, 1, 99-105.
Papies, E. K., & Stroebe, W. (2012). Dieting in a food-rich environment: Nonconscious mechanisms of failure and success. In E. H. Witte & S. Petersen (Eds.), Sozialpsychologie, Psychotherapie und Gesundheit [Social Psychology, Psychotherapy and Health], (pp. 114-134) Lengerich: Pabst.
Papies, E. K., Barsalou, L. W., & Custers, R. (2012). Mindful attention prevents mindless impulses. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3, 291-299.
Papies, E. K. & Nicolaije, K. (2012). Inspiration or deflation? Feeling similar or dissimilar to slim and plus-size models affects self-evaluation of restrained eaters. Body Image, 9, 76-85.
Meule, A., Papies, E. K., & Kübler, A. (2012). Differentiating between successful and unsuccessful dieters: Validity and reliability of the Perceived Self-Regulatory Success in Dieting Scale. Appetite, 58, 822-826.
Ruys, K. I., Aarts, H., Papies, E. K., Oikawa, M., & Oikawa, H. (2012). Perceiving an exclusive source of affect prevents misattribution. Consciousness and Cognition, 21, 1009-1015.
Veling, H., Aarts, H., & Papies, E. K. (2011). Using stop signals to inhibit chronic dieters’ responses towards palatable foods. Behavior Research and Therapy, 47, 771- 780.
Van Koningsbruggen, G. M., Stroebe, W., Papies, E. K., & Aarts, H. (2011). Implementation intentions as goal primes: Boosting self-control in tempting environments. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 551-557.
Danner, U. N., Aarts, H., Papies, E. K., & de Vries, N. K. (2011). Paving the path for habit change: Cognitive shielding of intentions against habit intrusion. British Journal of Health Psychology, 16, 189-200.
Papies, E. K. & Aarts, H. (2010). Nonconscious self-regulation or The automatic pilot of human behavior. In K. D. Vohs, R. F. Baumeister (Eds.), Handbook of self-regulation: Research, theory, and applications (2nd ed; pp. 125-142) New York: Guilford Press.
Papies, E. K., & Hamstra, P. (2010). Goal priming and eating behavior: Enhancing self-regulation by environmental cues. Health Psychology, 29, 384-388.
Ouwehand, C., & Papies, E. K.† (2010). Eat it or beat it: The differential effect of tempting food cues on normal-weight and overweight restrained eaters. Appetite, 55, 56-60. † (equally contributing authors)
Stroebe, W., Papies, E. K., & Aarts, H. (2010). The psychology of dieting and overweight. Testing a goal-conflict model of the self-regulation of eating. In R. Schwarzer, & P.A. Frensch (Eds.) Personality, Human Development, and Culture: International Perspectives on Psychological Science (Vol. 2, pp. 17-27). Psychology Press.
Papies, E. K., Stroebe, W., & Aarts, H. (2009). Who likes it more? Restrained eaters’ implicit attitudes towards food. Appetite, 53, 279-287.
Papies, E. K., Aarts, H., & de Vries, N. K. (2009). Planning is for doing: Implementation intentions go beyond the mere creation of goal-directed associations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 1148-1151.
Papies, E. K., Stroebe, W., & Aarts, H. (2008). Understanding dieting: A social cognitive analysis of hedonic processes in self-regulation. European Review of Social Psychology, 19, 339-383.
Papies, E. K., Stroebe, W., & Aarts, H. (2008). The allure of forbidden food: On the role of attention in self-regulation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 1283-1292.
Papies, E. K., Stroebe, W., & Aarts, H. (2008). Healthy cognition: Processes of self-regulatory success in restrained eating. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34, 1290-1300.
Stroebe, W., Papies, E. K., & Aarts, H. (2008). From homeostatic to hedonic theories of eating: Self-regulatory failure in food-rich environments. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 57, 172-193.
Papies, E. K., Stroebe, W., & Aarts, H. (2007). Pleasure in the mind: Restrained eating and spontaneous hedonic thoughts about food. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43, 810-817.