dr. D. Becker (Daniela)
Universitair docent - Behavioural Science Institute
Universitair docent - Sociale en Cultuurpsychologie
Daniela Becker studies the (e.g., affective) experience, resolution, and consequences of conflicts in the area of self-control, motivation, and decision making. She could, for example, show that the experience of conflict during self-control decisions is associated with lower choice confidence and more negative post-choice emotions. In another project she tests whether and how those effects are related to memory processes. In her work she combines theory and research from cognitive and social psychology and strives towards open science.
Daniela Becker studied psychology at Cardiff University (BSc, 2009) and at the University of Amsterdam (MSc Research, 2011). She completed her PhD (also at the University of Amsterdam; 2017) on the nature and consequences of self-control conflicts in the eating domain. Before she joined the BSI in spring 2020 she was a postdoc at the Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien in Tübingen (Germany).
- Becker, D., Jostmann, N. B., Hofmann, W., & Holland, R. W. (2019). Spoiling the pleasure of success: Emotional reactions to the experience of self-control conflict in the eating domain. Emotion, 19(8), 1377-1395. Volledige tekst
- Becker, D., Jostmann, N. B., & Holland, R. W. (2018). Does approach bias modification really work in the eating domain? A commentary on Kakoschke et al. Addictive Behaviors, 77, 293-294. Volledige tekst
- Becker, D., Jostmann, N. B., Wiers, R. W., & Holland, R. W. (2015). Approach avoidance training in the eating domain: testing the effectiveness across three single session studies. Appetite, 85, 58-65. Volledige tekst
- Becker, D., Grapendorf, J., Greving, H., & Sassenberg, K. (2018). Perceived threat and Internet use predict intentions to get bowel cancer screening (colonoscopy): A longitudinal questionnaire study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20 (2):e46. Volledige tekst
- Bernecker, K., & Becker, D. (in press). Beyond Self-Control: Mechanisms of Hedonic Goal Pursuit and Its Relevance for Well-Being. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. https://doi.org/10.1177/0146167220941998