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Jolien Francken

Jolien Francken is studying how language influences perception. For her MSc thesis, she also looked at the influence of awareness on priming.
She received a Master's degree in both Philosophy and Medicine at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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  • Francken JC, Kok P, Hagoort P, de Lange FP (2014). The behavioral and neural effects of language on motion perception. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, in press. pdf
  • Francken J, van Gaal S, de Lange FP (2011). Immediate and long-term priming effects are independent of prime awareness. Consciousness & Cognition 20(4):1793-800. pdf