Jorien Smets


  • Depressie, angst
  • Cognitieve processen, o.a. ruminatie, overalgemeen autobiografisch geheugen, intrusieve herinneringen


  • Practicum klinische psychologie 2
  • Psychologische interventies bij kinderen en jongeren
  • Gezondheidspromotie



Raes, F., Smets, J., Wessel, I., Van Den Eede, F., Nelis, S., Franck, E., Jacquemyn, Y., & Hanssens, M. (in press). Turning the pink cloud grey: Dampening of positive affect predicts postpartum depressive symptoms. Journal of Psychosomatic Research.

 Smets, J., Wessel, I., & Raes, F. (2014). Reduced autobiographical memory specificity relates to weak resistance to proactive interference. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 45, 234-241.

Wessel, I., Postma, I., Huntjens, R., Crane, C., Smets, J., Zeeman, G., Barnhofer, T. (2013). Differential correlates of autobiographical memory specificity to affective and selfdiscrepant cues. Memory, 22 (6), 655-668.

Smets, J., Griffith, J., Wessel, I., Walschaerts, D., Raes, F. (2013). Depressive symptoms moderate the effects of a self-discrepancy induction on overgeneral autobiographical memory. Memory, 21 (6), 751-761.

Smets, J., Wessel, I., Schreurs, E., Raes, F. (2012). The interplay between rumination and intrusions in the prediction of concurrent and prospective depression symptoms in two non-clinical samples. Psychological Record, 62 (4), 777-788.

Smets, J., Luyckx, K., Wessel, I., Raes, F. (2012). Depressed mood mediates the relationship between rumination and intrusions. Australian Journal of Psychology, 64 (4), 209-216.

Raes, F., Smets, J., Nelis, S., Schoofs, H. (2012). Dampening of positive affect prospectively predicts depressive symptoms in non-clinical samples. Cognition & Emotion, 26 (1), 75-82.

Boek reviews

Raes, F., Nelis, S., Smets, J. (2011). Book Review: Stopa L. (2009). Imagery and the threathened self. Perspectives on mental imagery and the self in cognitive therapy. Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie, 53 (7), 478-479.


Smets, J., Raes, F. (sup.), Wessel, I. (cosup.) (2013). Overgeneral and intrusive memories in depression: The role of rumination and resistance to proactive interference.