Valerie van Mulukom
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Antecedents and consequences of COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs: A systematic review
V van Mulukom, LJ Pummerer, S Alper, H Bai, V Čavojová, J Farias, ...
Social Science & Medicine, 114912, 2022
An fMRI investigation of the relationship between future imagination and cognitive flexibility
RP Roberts, K Wiebels, RL Sumner, V van Mulukom, CL Grady, ...
Neuropsychologia 95, 156-172, 2017
Re-imagining the future: repetition decreases hippocampal involvement in future simulation
V van Mulukom, DL Schacter, MC Corballis, DR Addis
PLoS One 8 (7), e69596, 2013
Supernatural belief is not modulated by intuitive thinking style or cognitive inhibition
M Farias, V van Mulukom, G Kahane, U Kreplin, A Joyce, P Soares, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 15100, 2017
Broadening your mind to include others: The relationship between serotonergic psychedelic experiences and maladaptive narcissism
V van Mulukom, RE Patterson, M van Elk
Psychopharmacology 237 (9), 2725-2737, 2020
The Psychological Impact of Lockdown During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Exacerbating Factors and Mitigating Actions
V van Mulukom, B Muzzulini, B Rutjens, C van Lissa, M Farias, 2020
The degree of disparateness of event details modulates future simulation construction, plausibility, and recall
V van Mulukom, DL Schacter, MC Corballis, DR Addis
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (2), 234-242, 2016
United on Sunday: The effects of secular rituals on social bonding and affect
SJ Charles, V van Mulukom, JE Brown, F Watts, RIM Dunbar, M Farias
PloS one 16 (1), e0242546, 2021
Relational processing demands and the role of spatial context in the construction of episodic simulations.
K Wiebels, DR Addis, D Moreau, V van Mulukom, KE Onderdijk, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 46 (8), 1424, 2020
Remembering religious rituals: Autobiographical memories of high-arousal religious rituals considered from a narrative processing perspective
V van Mulukom
Religion, Brain & Behavior 7 (3), 191-205, 2017
Blocking mu-opioid receptors inhibits social bonding in rituals
SJ Charles, M Farias, V van Mulukom, A Saraswati, S Dein, F Watts, ...
Biology letters 16 (10), 20200485, 2020
Religious rituals increase social bonding and pain threshold
S Charles, V van Mulukom, M Farias, JE Brown, R Delmonte, ...
The Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science, 2020
What do non-religious non-believers believe in? Secular worldviews around the world
V van Mulukom, H Turpin, R Haimila, BG Purzycki, T Bendixen, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Introduction to the special issue: What are religious beliefs?
TJ Coleman III, J Jong, V Van Mulukom
contemporary pragmatism 15 (3), 279-283, 2018
The evolution of imagination and fiction through generativity and narrative
V Mulukom
Evolutionary perspectives on imaginative culture, 53-70, 2020
Reduced guideline adherence and greater conspiracy belief are associated with low levels of trust and information during the COVID-19 pandemic
V van Mulukom
PsyArXiv, 2020
The cognitive science of imagination and religion
V van Mulukom
Journal for the Cognitive Science of Religion 5 (1), 5-20, 2019
Band of mothers: Childbirth as a female bonding experience
T Tasuji, E Reese, V van Mulukom, H Whitehouse
PloS one 15 (10), e0240175, 2020
‘I get high with a little help from my friends’-how raves can invoke identity fusion and lasting co-operation via transformative experiences
M Newson, R Khurana, F Cazorla, V van Mulukom
Frontiers in psychology 12, 719596, 2021
Imagining a Brave New Future: The Effects of Novelty and Plausibility on Episodic Simulation
V van Mulukom
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2013
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