Inez Greven

Inez Greven
GGD Drenthe, Assen, Netherlands

Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience

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Additional affiliations
October 2013 - October 2014
Bangor University
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Tutoring groups in research methods (i.e., statistical analyses of behavioural data).
March 2013 - May 2016
Bangor University
Position
  • PhD Student
October 2011 - January 2013
Ghent University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
October 2010 - September 2011
University College London
Field of study
  • Neuroscience
September 2007 - September 2009
University of Groningen
Field of study
  • Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences
September 2004 - August 2007
University of Groningen
Field of study
  • Biology

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Publications (10)
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Body shape cues inferences regarding personality and health, but the neural processes underpinning such inferences remain poorly understood. Across two fMRI experiments, we test the extent to which neural networks associated with body perception and theory-of-mind (ToM) support social inferences based on body shape. Participants observed obese, mus...
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Body shape cues inferences regarding personality and health, but the neural processes underpinning such inferences remain poorly understood. Across two fMRI experiments, we test the extent to which neural networks associated with body perception and theory-of-mind (ToM) support social inferences based on body shape. Participants observed obese, mus...
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Group biases guide social interactions by promoting in-group favouritism, but the neural mechanisms underpinning group biases remain unclear. While neuroscience research has shown that distributed brain circuits are associated with seeing in-group and out-group members as "us" and "them", it is less clear how these networks exchange signals. This f...
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The majority of human neuroscience research has focussed on understanding functional organisation within segregated patches of cortex. The ventral visual stream has been associated with the detection of physical features such as faces and body parts, whereas the theory-of-mind network has been associated with making inferences about mental states a...
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Neuroscience research has examined separately how we detect human agents on the basis of their face and body (person perception) and how we reason about their thoughts, traits or intentions (person knowledge). Neuroanatomically distinct networks have been associated with person perception and person knowledge, but it remains unknown how multiple fe...
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Inability to engage with positive stimuli is a widespread problem associated with negative mood states across many conditions, from low self-esteem to anhedonic depression. Though attention retraining procedures have shown promise as interventions in some clinical populations, novel procedures may be necessary to reliably attenuate chronic negative...

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