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
Newest selected publications
Ghelfi, E., Christopherson, CD., Urry, HL., Lenne, RL., Legate, N., Fischer, MA., (2019) '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. 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.
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