Cognitive (neuro)psychologist/neuroscientist, who studies selective attention in various populations.
I completed a combined BSc/MSc in Psychology at the State University of Groningen in The Netherlands. In 2002, I relocated to the UK to do a PhD at the University of Nottingham. This was followed by a 12-year stint at the University of Tuebingen in Germany, first as a postdoc and ultimately as a research group leader. In August 2017, I moved back to the UK to join the Division of Psychology at Brunel University
- Psychology Divisional Tutor
- Lead of Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience's (CCN) Neurodegeneration Research Group (CCN-NRG)
Newest selected publications
Ghelfi, E., Christopherson, CD., Urry, HL., Lenne, RL., Legate, N., Fischer, MA., (2020) 'Reexamining the effect of gustatory disgust on moral judgment: A multi-lab direct replication of Eskine, Kacinik, and Prinz (2011)'. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 3 (1). pp. 3 - 23. ISSN: 2515-2459 Open Access Linket al.
Prass, M. and de Haan, B. (2019) 'Multi-target attention and visual short-term memory capacity are closely linked in the intraparietal sulcus'. Human Brain Mapping, 40 (12). pp. 3589 - 3605. ISSN: 1065-9471 Open Access Link
Karnath, H-O., Sperber, C., Wiesen, D. and de Haan, B. (2019) 'Lesion-behaviour mapping in cognitive neuroscience: A practical guide to univariate and multivariate approaches.', inNeuromethods. Humana Press, Totowa. , 151. pp. 209 - 238. ISBN 13: 9781493999477.
de Haan, B. and Karnath, H-O. (2017) '‘Whose atlas I use, his song I sing?’ – The impact of anatomical atlases on fiber tract contributions to cognitive deficits after stroke'. NeuroImage, 163. pp. 301 - 309. ISSN: 1053-8119 Open Access Link