Hannie van Hooff

Docent Cognitieve Psychologie aan Amsterdam University College

Highlighted publications

PDF icon  Article in SCAN (July 2, 2010): The wandering mind of men: ERP evidence for gender differences in attention bias towards attractive opposite sex faces

Palmer, S.D., Van Hooff, J.C., Havelka, J. (2010). Language Representation and Processing in Fluent Bilinguals: Electrophysiological Evidence for Asymmetric Mapping in Bilingual Memory. Neuropsychologia, 48, 1426-1437

Van Hooff, J.C., Whitaker, T.A.W, & Ford, R. (2009). Directed forgetting in direct and indirect tests of memory: Evaluating selective rehearsal versus inhibitory accounts with electrophysiological measures. Brain and Cognition, 71,153-164

Van Hooff, J.C., Sargeant, E., Foster, J. K., & Schmand, B. (2009). Identifying deliberate attempts to fake memory impairment through the combined use of reaction time and event-related potential measures. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 73, 246-256

Leal, S., Vrij, A., Fisher, R., van Hooff, J.C. (2008). The Time of the Crime: Cognitively Induced Tonic Arousal Suppression When Lying in a Free Recall Context. Acta Psychologica, 129, 1-7.

Van Hooff, J.C. (2008) Neuroimaging techniques for memory detection: Scientific, ethical, and legal issues (Invited Commentary).The American Journal of Bioethics, 8, 25-26.

Van Hooff, J.C., Dietz, K., C., Sharma, D., & Bowman, H. (2008). Neural correlates of intrusion of emotion words in a modified Stroop task. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 67, 23-34.

Van Hooff, J.C. (2005).  Effects of study intention on event-related potential manifestations of recognition memory. International Journal ofPsychophysiology, 56, 25-36.

Hoskins, S. & van Hooff, J.C.  (2005). Web-based learning: Predictors of student use and achievement. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36, 177-192.

Mayers, A.G., Van Hooff, J.C., & Baldwin, D.S. (2003). Assessing subjective sleep reports in he first-degree relatives of anti-depressant-treated patients. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 18: 207-214.

Mayers, A.G., Van Hooff, J.C., & Baldwin, D.S. (2003). Quantifying subjective assessment of sleep and life- quality in anti-depressant-treated depressed patients. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 18: 21-27.  

Van Hooff, J.C. & Golden, S. (2002). Validation of an Event-related Potential memory assessment procedure: Effects of incidental and intentional learning. Journal of Psychophysiology. 16: 12-22.

Loveman, E., van Hooff, J.C. & Gale, A. (2002). A systematic investigation of same and cross modality priming using written and spoken responses. Memory, 10: 267-276.

Loveman, E., van Hooff, J.C., & Smith, D.  (2001). The Auditory Evoked Response as an Awareness Monitor during Anaesthesia. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 86: 513-518.

Van Hooff, J.C., de Beer, N.A.M., Brunia, C.H.M., Cluitmans, P.J.M., Korsten, H.H.M., and Grouls, R. (1997­). Event-related potential measures of information processing during general anesthesia. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 103: 268-281.

Van Hooff, J.C., Brunia, C.H.M., and Allen, J.J. (1996). Event-Related Potentials as indirect measures of rec­og­ni­tion me­m­ory. Int­er­na­tio­nal Journal of Psychophysiology, 21: 15-31.

De Beer, N.A.M., van Hooff, J.C., Cluitmans, P.J.M., Korsten, H.H.M., Grouls, R.J.E. (1996). Hemodynamic responses to incision and sternotomy in relation to the auditory evoked potential and spontaneous EEG. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 76: 685-693.

De Beer, N.A.M., van Hooff, J.C., Brunia, C.H.M., Cluitmans, P.J.M., Korsten, H.H.M., Beneken, J.E.W. (1996). Midlatency auditory evoked potentials as indicators of perceptual processing during general anesthesia. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 77: 617-624.

Pierson, A., Ragot, R., van Hooff, J., Patriot, A., Renault, B., Jouvent, R. (1996). Heterogen­ity of infor­mation processing alterations according to dimensions of depression: An event-related potentials study. Biological Psychiatry, 40: 98-115.

Van Hooff, J.C., de Beer, N.A.M., Brunia, C.H.M., Cluitmans, P.J.M., Korsten, H.H.M.,Tavilla, G., and Grouls, R. (1995). Information processing during cardiac surgery: An Event Related Potential study. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 96: 433-452.

Wijers, A.A., Mulder, G., van Hooff, H., Lange, J., Peters, M.J., and Dunajski (1993). Topography and source analysis of brain activity associated with selective spatial attention and memory search. Brain Topography, 5: 383‑388.



Employment record

2009 - Assistant professor, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
2004 - 2009 Lecturer, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
1999 - 2004 Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth, UK
1996 - 1999 Senior Lecturer, Southampton Institute, UK
1987 - 1989 Research assistant, Tilburg University, NL
1985 - 1995 Sports trainer (gymnastics,dance,volleyball).