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Professor Gijsbert Stoet

Professor
Department of Psychology
Professor Gijsbert Stoet

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Biography

I do not keep a complete list of publications here. Instead, check for the latest: https://www.psytoolkit.org/cv

Qualifications

  • MA University of Groningen, (1993)

  • PhD Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, (1998)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Professor, Psychology, University of Essex (1/12/2018 - present)

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Statistics for Psychologists, 2nd Year (PS212)

  • Memory Attention and Language (PS415)

  • Personality and Individual Differences (PS416)

  • Special Topics in Individual Differences and Developmental Psychology (PS938)

  • Advanced Personality and Individual Differences (PS945)

Publications

Journal articles (41)

Doebel, S., Stucke, N. and Stoet, G., Why is Children’s Time in Less-Structured Activities Associated with Executive Function? A Study of Children at Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2020). Sex-specific academic ability and attitude patterns in students across developed countries. Intelligence. 81, 101453-101453

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2020). Gender differences in the pathways to higher education. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 117 (25), 14073-14076

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2020). The Gender-Equality Paradox Is Part of a Bigger Phenomenon: Reply to Richardson and Colleagues (2020). Psychological Science. 31 (3), 342-344

Yu, Y. and Stoet, G., (2020). Encountering non-Christian Chinese international students: cross-cultural adaptive practices of local Christian organisations in the UK. Journal of Beliefs & Values. 41 (3), 305-321

Li, X., Li, B., Liu, X., Lages, M. and Stoet, G., (2019). Task-switching costs disappear if non-Chinese participants respond to Chinese characters. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 45 (11), 2051-2071

Gray-Burrows, K., Taylor, N., O’Connor, D., Sutherland, E., Stoet, G. and Conner, M., (2019). A systematic review and meta-analysis of the executive function-health behaviour relationship. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. 7 (1), 253-268

Li, B., Li, X., Liu, X., Lages, M. and Stoet, G., (2019). Target-Response Associations Can Produce Response-Congruency Effects Without Task-Switching Costs. Frontiers in Psychology. 10 (FEB)

Li, B., Li, X., Stoet, G. and Lages, M., (2019). Exploring individual differences in task switching. Acta Psychologica. 193, 80-95

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2019). A simplified approach to measuring national gender inequality. PLOS ONE. 14 (1), e0205349-e0205349

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2018). The Gender-Equality Paradox in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education. Psychological Science. 29 (4), 581-593

Li, X., Li, B., Lages, M. and Stoet, G., (2017). Commentary: Task-Switching in Pigeons: Associative Learning or Executive Control?. Frontiers in Psychology. 8 (AUG)

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2017). Students in countries with higher levels of religiosity perform lower in science and mathematics. Intelligence. 62, 71-78

Stoet, G., (2017). Sex differences in the Simon task help to interpret sex differences in selective attention. Psychological Research. 81 (3), 571-581

Stoet, G., (2017). PsyToolkit: A Novel Web-Based Method for Running Online Questionnaires and Reaction-Time Experiments. Teaching of Psychology. 44 (1), 24-31

Stoet, G., (2017). Multiple choices on assessment. Psychologist. 30 (1), 5-5

Alharbi, AA. and Stoet, G., (2017). Achievement flourishes in larger classes: Secondary school students in most countries achieved better literacy in larger classes. International Education Journal. 16 (2), 16-32

Stoet, G., Bailey, DH., Moore, AM. and Geary, DC., (2016). Countries with Higher Levels of Gender Equality Show Larger National Sex Differences in Mathematics Anxiety and Relatively Lower Parental Mathematics Valuation for Girls. PLoS ONE. 11 (4), e0153857-e0153857

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2016). Challenges for determining the causal effects between social behavior and testosterone. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113 (5), E499-E499

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2015). Sex differences in academic achievement are not related to political, economic, or social equality. Intelligence. 48, 137-151

Mushtaq, F., Stoet, G., Bland, AR. and Schaefer, A., (2014). Correction: Relative Changes from Prior Reward Contingencies Can Constrain Brain Correlates of Outcome Monitoring. PLoS ONE. 9 (1)

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2013). Sex Differences in Mathematics and Reading Achievement Are Inversely Related: Within- and Across-Nation Assessment of 10 Years of PISA Data. PLoS ONE. 8 (3), e57988-e57988

Mushtaq, F., Stoet, G., Bland, AR. and Schaefer, A., (2013). Relative Changes from Prior Reward Contingencies Can Constrain Brain Correlates of Outcome Monitoring. PLoS ONE. 8 (6), e66350-e66350

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2012). The role of executive control in tool use. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 35 (4), 240-241

Stoet, G. and Geary, DC., (2012). Can Stereotype Threat Explain the Gender Gap in Mathematics Performance and Achievement?. Review of General Psychology. 16 (1), 93-102

Stoet, G., (2011). Sex differences in search and gathering skills. Evolution and Human Behavior. 32 (6), 416-422

Stoet, G. and López, B., (2011). Task-switching abilities in children with autism spectrum disorder. European Journal of Developmental Psychology. 8 (2), 244-260

Stoet, G., (2010). PsyToolkit: A software package for programming psychological experiments using Linux. Behavior Research Methods. 42 (4), 1096-1104

Stoet, G., (2010). Sex differences in the processing of flankers. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 63 (4), 633-638

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2010). Task preparation in monkeys. Journal of Vision. 1 (3), 17-17

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2009). Neural correlates of executive control functions in the monkey. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 13 (5), 228-234

Stoet, G., Ruge, H. and Snyder, LH., (2008). Modification of response time variability in a decision-making task. NeuroReport. 19 (13), 1321-1324

Stoet, G., Markey, H. and López, B., (2007). Dyslexia and attentional shifting. Neuroscience Letters. 427 (1), 61-65

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2007). Extensive practice does not eliminate human switch costs. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience. 7 (3), 192-197

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2007). Correlates of Stimulus-Response Congruence in the Posterior Parietal Cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 19 (2), 194-203

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2006). Effects of the NMDA Antagonist Ketamine on Task-Switching Performance: Evidence for Specific Impairments of Executive Control. Neuropsychopharmacology. 31 (8), 1675-1681

Ruge, H., Stoet, G. and Naumann, E., (2006). Attentional set mixing: Effects on target selection and selective response activation. Psychophysiology. 43 (4), 413-421

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2004). Single Neurons in Posterior Parietal Cortex of Monkeys Encode Cognitive Set. Neuron. 42 (6), 1003-1012

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2003). Task preparation in macaque monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Animal Cognition. 6 (2), 121-130

Stoet, G. and Snyder, LH., (2003). Executive control and task-switching in monkeys. Neuropsychologia. 41 (10), 1357-1364

Stoet, G. and Hommel, B., (1999). Action planning and the temporal binding of response codes.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 25 (6), 1625-1640

Contact

g.stoet@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 873493

Location:

4.708, Colchester Campus

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