Tjeerd welcomes applications in the area of social cognition.
Completed and current PhDs and postdocs
First supervisor only
- Sylwia Macinska, Cognition and Emotion: intertwined or distinct abilities?, funded by the University of Hull
- Eszter Somos, Exceptional autobiographical memory, funded by the University of Hull, co-supervisor: G Mazzoni
- Richard Carvey, Rapid Detection of Human Facial Attractiveness in Groups (2017), funded by the University of Hull, co-supervisor: C-H. Liu
- Manon Krol, Understanding other's actions: an EEG study combined with TMS (2017), funded by the University of Hull, now postdoc at Boston University
- Martha Del Rosario Peña Sarmiento, Mechanisms underpinning the mere exposure effect (2017), funded by Universidad de los Andes, Colombia and Hull University, co-supervisor: J E Cruz, now lecturer at Fundación Universitaria Konrad Lorenz, Colombia
- Dan Walters, Understanding Others' Actions: A theoretical approach (2016), funded by 80th Anniversary University of Hull, co-supervisor: S Burwood
- Joanna Wincenciak, Perception of facial trustworthiness and emotional actions (2015), funded by 80th Anniversary University of Hull, co-supervisor: N E Barraclough, now lecturer at Glasgow University
- Letizia Palumbo, Beyond face value: involuntary emotional anticipation in typical development and Asperger's syndrome (2015), funded by 80th Anniversary University of Hull, now lecturer at Liverpool Hope University
- Hollie Burnett, (Re-)Conceptualisation in Autism Spectrum Disorders (2010), funded by AHRC-ESF, EUROCORES, now clinical psychologist at NHS Edinburgh
- Tanja Nijboer, Emotion and consciousness: implicit social learning, postdoc, funded by RUBICON-NWO, now associate professor at Utrecht University.
- Matthew Hudson, The role of Ssocial cues in the automatic attribution of intentionality (2008), funded by University of Hull, now senior researcher at the University of Turku, Finland
- Jeannette Lorteije, Real and implied motion processing (2006), funded by Helmholtz Research Institute, NL, co-supervisor: R J A Van Wezel, now assistant professor at the University of Amsterdam