Mark Rotteveel obtained his PhD in 2003 at the Psychonomics Department of the University of Amsterdam . Subsequently he worked as an assistant professor at the Social Psychology department till now. He was also member of the editorial board of Emotion ( as consulting editor from 2007 till 2012) and Cognition & Emotion (as advisor from 2010 till 2012 and as an associated editor since 2015).
Research mainly concerns affective information processing as a function of awareness. Particularly, I am interested in affective information processing and its bi-directional relationship with action tendencies, attitudes, feelings, emotional expressions (e.g.,facial expressions,body posture) and information processing tendencies. Further I am interested in cross-over phenomena of mood and affect with classic cognitive information processing (e.g., recognition performance). In studying these processes specific latency measures, questionnaires as well as psychophysiologicalmeasures (e.g., fEMG, GSR, ERP, as fMRI) are being used.
Past PhD Projects with :
Luuk Albers (co-promotor with Prof. A. Dijksterhuis). Date of defense January 15th, 2010. Double you? Function and form of implicit and explicit self-esteem.
Suzanne Oosterwijk (supervisor with Prof. A.H. Fischer, internal funding 2006). Date of defense, March 18th, 2011. Moving the mind: Embodied emotion concepts and their consequences.
Marleen Gillebaart (supervisor with Prof. J.A. F ö rster, internal funding 2008).
Iris Schneider (supervisor with Dr. F. van Harreveld and Prof. J. van der Pligt, internal funding with competition awarded in 2008).
Current PhD Projects with :
Elise Seip (supervisor with Dr. W.W. van Dijk and Prof. J. van der Pligt, internal funding with competition awarded in 2008)
Hannah Nohlen (supervisor with Dr. F. van Harreveld and Prof. J. van der Pligt, NWO open competiton grant awarded in 2009)
Current post-doc project with :
Lotte van Dillen (supervisor with Dr. W.W. van Dijk, Leiden University, NWO open competiton grant awarded in 2009)
Suzanne Oosterwijk (Marie Curie Grant, Fp7, awarded in 2011)