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1 MID-TERM SELF-EVALUATION APPENDICES: CoRPS - Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic diseases Tilburg University School of Social and Behavioral Sciences April, 2011

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3 TABLE OF CONTENTS APPENDIX 1 Evaluation criteria and deliverables... 2 APPENDIX 2 Publications in Target Journals ( )... 5 APPENDIX 3 External funding APPENDIX 4 Acquired grants for participating centers APPENDIX 5 Completed PhD projects APPENDIX 6 Current PhD projects APPENDIX 7 Organization chart APPENDIX 8 H-Index & Citationscore APPENDIX 9 Affiliates APPENDIX 10 Organization of Academic meetings APPENDIX 11 Visibility: Keynotes, invited lectures and presentations APPENDIX 12 Media appearances APPENDIX 13 Academic reputation senior research staff APPENDIX 14 CoRPUS Magazine 1

4 APPENDIX 1 EVALUATION CRITERIA AND DELIVERABLES The following evaluation criteria and deliverables were formulated at the start of CoRPS. Academic Research i. The main general criteria to be used in the evaluation follow from the Standard Evaluation Protocol (SEP criteria). Other, more specific, criteria are: ii. iii. iv. There will be a steady stream of high quality papers published in international peerreviewed journals. At the end of year five, a sufficient number of articles should be published, or should have been accepted for publication, in the leading journals in the field. A motivated list of these journals, covering all relevant areas of research, is presented at the end of this appendix. CoRPS s researchers will be regularly invited to present keynote speeches and oral presentations at international conferences. The interdisciplinary approach of the institute and its research program will be based on the combination of the disciplines involved (psychology and medicine). v. The institute will be continued if the output is considered to be very good after the first three years ( ) and excellent after five years ( ). External Funding (NWO, EU and the market) vi. After five years, the institute should have demonstrated its ability to receive sufficient funding from NWO and other scientific organizations that support health care research in order to live up to the financial agreement as stated in the CoRPS regulations. After three years, there should be clear indications that these targets will be met. PhD Education vii. CoRPS will initiate four new PhD projects in the first two years and three per year in the last three years. viii. At the end of the PhD contract, 80 % of the PhD manuscripts should have been approved. ix. All PhD proposals are submitted to the regular procedures of the Oldendorff Research Institute in order to safeguard the academic quality of the research proposals. x. The PhD educational program is based on the programs of the Graduate School of the Oldendorff Research Institute. xi. CoRPS will enable PhD s to follow courses outside the university when these courses are not offered within the curricula of Tilburg University. Networking xii. xiii. xiv. After three years, Tilburg University will have achieved an established position as centre of excellence in the Netherlands for research on the cutting edge of psychology and medicine. After three years, the institute will be part of an elaborate international network. After three years, there need to be clear indications that, over time, CoRPS will be recognized as one of the leading research institutes on medical psychology. 2

5 Validation xv. xvi. Research seminars, workshops and/or conferences bringing together researchers from various disciplines as well as practitioners in order to exchange ideas and benefit from different types of knowledge. The research activities and output of CoRPS will be recognized as very relevant for disease care management by stakeholders in the field of health care and health care policy. Target Journals Medical Psychology Psychology - Psychosomatic Medicine - Psychological Medicine - Brain, Behavior & Immunity - Psychotherapy & Psychosomatics - Health Psychology Psychiatry - Archives of General Psychiatry - American Journal of Psychiatry - Biological Psychiatry - Journal of Clinical Psychiatry - Journal of Affective Disorders Medical Specialties Clinical Cardiology - Circulation, incl. Circulation Specialty Journals - Journal of the American College of Cardiology - European Heart Journal - Heart - American Journal of Cardiology Clinical Oncology - Journal of Clinical Oncology - The Lancet Oncology - Annals of Oncology - International Journal Of Cancer - European Journal Of Cancer Diabetes - Diabetes - Diabetes Care - Diabetologia - Nature Reviews Endocrinology - Psychoneuroendocrinology Clinical Neurology - The Lancet Neurology - International Journal of Neurology - Neuropsychological Society - Neuropsychology - Journal of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine General - The Lancet 3

6 - Journal of the American Medical Association - Annals of Internal Medicine - Archives of Internal Medicine - Journal of Internal Medicine Surgery - Archives of Surgery - British Journal of Surgery - Journal of the American College of Surgeons - Journal of Vascular Surgery - Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation Basic Sciences Neuroscience - Psychology - Trends in Cognitive Science - Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human: HPP - Cognition - Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience - Psychophysiology Neuroscience - Medicine - Nature Reviews Neuroscience - Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews - Cerebral Cortex - Journal of Neuroscience - Neuroimage Multidisciplinary - Science - Nature - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences - Clinical Science - Psychological Science Methodological - Psychological Methods - Statistical Methods in Medical Research - Sociological Methods and Research - Psychometrika - Sociological Methodology 4

7 APPENDIX 2 PUBLICATIONS IN TARGET JOURNALS ( ) According to the regulations on Evaluation Criteria and Deliverables formulated by CoRPS, this appendix includes an overview of publications that were published in one of the target journals during the first three years ( ). On the next page, there is a general overview of publications in Target Journals with CoRPS researchers as a lead or as a senior/second author. Journals are ranked within domain and according to their most recent impact factor (IF). This overview will be followed by the references to CoRPS publications in these target journals: - First, publications in target journals that had a CoRPS researcher as the lead author will be presented in the areas of Medical Psychology (Psychology, Psychiatry), Medical Specialties (Cardiology, Oncology, Diabetes, Neurology), Medicine (General, Surgery) and Basic Sciences (Neuroscience, Multidisciplinary, Methodological). - Next, publications in target journals that had a CoRPS researcher in another author position will be presented for each of these areas. - Finally, publications in target journals with a CoRPS researcher at another author position will close this overview. - The complete list of all CoRPS publications can be found at the website: https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/research/qualityassessment/ corps/ 5

8 General overview of publications in Target Journals ( ) (1.1) Medical Psychology Lead Senior/Second Psychiatry, Psychology Author Author American Journal of Psychiatry (IF=12.522) 0 1 Archives of General Psychiatry (IF=12.257) 2 0 Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics (IF= 5.368) 0 2 Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (IF= 5.218) 2 1 Brain, Behavior and Immunity (IF= 5.061) 3 0 Psychological Medicine (IF= 5.012) 5 0 Psychosomatic Medicine (IF= 4.236) 5 1 Journal of Affective Disorders (IF= 3.763) 7 1 Health Psychology (IF= 3.462) 2 0 (1.2) Medical Specialties Lead Senior/Second Cardiology, Oncology, Diabetes, Neurology Author Author Journal of the American College of Cardioloy (IF=12.535) 3 2 European Heart Journal (IF= 9.800) 0 1 Heart (IF= 5.385) 1 0 American Journal of Cardiology (IF= 3.575) 2 0 Circulation: Heart Failure (IF= 3.433) 1 0 Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 2 0 Journal of Clinical Oncology (IF=17.793) 1 0 International Journal of Cancer (IF= 4.722) 1 0 European Journal of Cancer (IF= 4.121) 1 2 Diabetes Care (IF= 6.718) 0 4 Diabetologia (IF= 6.551) 1 1 Psychoneuroendocrinology (IF= 4.194) 1 0 Diabetes: Metabolism Research and Review (IF= 2.762) 1 0 Nature Reviews Endocrinology 1 0 The Lancet Neurology (IF=18.126) 1 0 (1.3) Medicine Lead Senior/Second General, Surgery Author Author Journal of the American Medical Association (IF=28.899) 1 2 Archives of Internal Medicine (IF= 9.813) 1 0 Journal of Internal Medicine (IF= 5.942) 1 0 Archives of Surgery (IF= 4.323) 1 0 Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation (IF= 3.541) 1 0 Journal of Vascular Surgery (IF= 3.517) 2 1 (1.4) Basic Sciences Lead Senior/Second Neurosciences, Multidisciplinary, Methodology Author Author Nature Reviews Neuroscience (IF=26.483) 1 0 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews (IF= 7.791) 1 0 Neuroimage (IF= 5.739) 0 2 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (IF= 5.382) 2 0 Cognition (IF= 3.562) 1 0 Journal of Experimental Psychology: HPP (IF= 3.065) 1 0 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (IF= 9.432) 1 0 Clinical Science (IF= 3.982) 0 1 Statistical Methods in Medical Research (IF= 2.569) 1 0 Psychometrika (IF= 1.205) 2 1 Sociological Methodology (IF= 1.000) 1 2 TOTAL Overall number of CoRPS publications in target journals between 2008 and 2010 (Lead: 61; Senior/Second: 25; Other: 16): 102 6

9 . (1) Publications in Target Journals: Lead Author ( ) (1.1) Medical Psychology 1) Martens, E.J., de Jonge, P., Na, B., Cohen, B.E., Lett, H., & Whooley, M.A. (2010). Scared to death? Generalized anxiety disorder and cardiovascular events in patients with stable coronary heart disease: The Heart and Soul Study. Archives of General Psychiatry, 67(7), (IF=12.257) 2) de Jonge, P., & Ormel, J. (2008). Heterogeneity of patients with coronary artery disease and distress and the need to identify relevant subtypes. Archives of General Psychiatry, 65(7), (IF=12.257) 3) Martens, E.J., Mols, F., Burg, M.M. & Denollet, J. (2010). Type D personality and disease severity independently predict clinical events after myocardial infarction. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 71(6), (IF= 5.218) 4) Schiffer, A.A., Pelle, A.J., Smith, O.R., Widdershoven, J.W., Hendriks, E.H. & Pedersen, S.S. (2009). Somatic versus cognitive symptoms of depression as predictors of mortality and health status in chronic heart failure. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 70(12), (IF= 5.218) 5) Mommersteeg, P.M., Kupper, N., Schoormans, D., Emons, W.H.M. & Pedersen, S.S. (2010). Health related quality of life is related to cytokine levels at 12 months in patients with chronic heart failure. Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 24(4), (IF= 5.061) 6) Kop, W.J., Kuhl, E.A., Bararsh, E., Jenny, N.S., Gottlieb, S.S. & Gottdiener, J.S. (2010). Association between depressive symptoms and fibrosis markers: The Cardiovascular Health Study. Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 24(2), (IF= 5.061) 7) Denollet, J., Vrints, C.J., & Conraads, V.M. (2008). Comparing Type D personality and older age as correlates of tumor necrosis factor-α dysregulation in chronic heart failure. Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 22, (IF= 5.061) 8) Martens, E.J., Hoen, P.W., Mittelhaëuser, M., de Jonge, P., & Denollet, J. (2010). Symptom dimensions of post-myocardial infarction depression, disease severity and cardiac prognosis. Psychological Medicine, 40(5), (IF= 5.012) 9) Denollet, J., de Jonge, P., Kuyper, A., Schene, A.H., Melle, J.P. van, Ormel, J. & Honig, A. (2009). Depression and Type D personality represent different forms of distress in the Myocardial INfarction and Depression Intervention Trial (MIND-IT). Psychological Medicine, 39(5), (IF= 5.012) 10) Martens, E.J., Smith, O.R., Winter, J., Denollet, J. & Pedersen, S.S. (2008). Cardiac history, prior depression and personality predict course of depressive symptoms after myocardial infarction. Psychological Medicine, 38(2), (IF= 5.012) 11) Martens, E.J., Nyklicek, I., Szabó, B.M. & Kupper, N. (2008). Depression and anxiety as predictors of heart rate variability after myocardial. Psychological Medicine, 38(3), (IF= 5.012) 12) Spek, V.R., Cuijpers, P., Nyklicek, I., Smits, N., Riper, H., Keyzer, J.J. & Pop, V.J. (2008). One-year follow-up results of a randomized controlled clinical trial on internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy for subthreshold depression in people over 50 years. Psychological Medicine, 38(5), (IF= 5.012) 13) Roest, A.M., Martens, E.J., Denollet, J. & de Jonge, P. (2010). Prognostic asssociation of anxiety post myocardial infarction with mortality and new cardiac events: A meta-analysis. Psychosomatic Medicine, 72, (IF= 4.236) 7

10 14) Kop, W.J., Stein, P.K., Tracy, R.P., Barzilay, J.L., Schulz, R. & Gottdiener, J.S. (2010). Autonomic nervous system dysfunction and inflammation in the increased cardiovascular mortality risk associated with depression: The Cardiovascular Health Study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 72(2), (IF= 4.236) 15) Kupper, N., Gidron, Y.Y., Winter, J.B. & Denollet, J. (2009). Association between type D personality, depression, and oxidative stress in patients with chronic heart failure. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71(9), (IF= 4.236) 16) Pedersen, S.S., Smith, O.R., De Vries, J., Appels, A. & Denollet, J. (2008). Course of anxiety symptoms over an 18-month period in exhausted patients post percutaneous coronary intervention. Psychosomatic Medicine, 70(3), (IF= 4.236) 17) Denollet, J. (2008). Depression, anxiety, and trait negative affect as predictors of cardiac events: Ten years after. Psychosomatic Medicine, 70(8), (IF= 4.236) 18) Bot, M., Pouwer, F., Assies, J., Jansen, E.H., Diamant, M., Snoek, F.J., Beekman, A.T. & de Jonge, P. (2010). Eicosapentaenoic acid as an add-on to antidepressant medication for comorbid major depression in patients with diabetes mellitus: A randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 126(1-2), (IF= 3.763) 19) Denollet, J., Martens, E.J., Smith, O.R. & Burg, M.M. (2010). Efficient assessment of depressive symptoms and their prognostic value in myocardial infarction patients. Journal of Affective Disorders, 120(1), (IF= 3.763) 20) Pelle, A.J., Denollet, J., Zwisler, A.D. & Pedersen, S.S. (2009). Overlap and distinctiveness of psychological risk factors in patients with ischemic heart disease and chronic heart failure: Are we there yet? Journal of Affective Disorders, 113(1-2), (IF= 3.763) 21) Schiffer, A.A., Pedersen, S.S., Broers, H., Widdershoven, J.W. & Denollet, J. (2008). Type- D personality but not depression predicts severity of anxiety in heart failure patients at 1-year follow-up. Journal of Affective Disorders, 106(1-2), (IF= 3.763) 22) Smolderen, K.G., Aquarius, A.E., De Vries, J., Smith, O.R., Hamming, J.F. & Denollet, J. (2008). Depressive symptoms in peripheral arterial disease: A follow-up study on prevalence, stability, and risk factors. Journal of Affective Disorders, 110(1-2), (IF= 3.763) 23) Spek, V.R., Nyklicek, I., Cuijpers, P. & Pop, V.J. (2008). Internet administration of the Edinburgh Depression Scale. Journal of Affective Disorders, 106(3), (IF= 3.763) 24) Spek, V.R., Nyklicek, I., Cuijpers, P. & Pop, V.J. (2008). Predictors of outcome of group and internet-based cognitive behavior therapy. Journal of Affective Disorders, 105(1-3), (IF= 3.763) 25) Versteeg, H., Kolb, C., Ronel, J., Baumert, J., Pedersen, S.S., Denollet, J. & Ladwig, K-H. (2010). Somatosensory amplification mediates sex differences in psychological distress among cardioverter-defibrillator patients. Health Psychology, 29(5), (IF= 3.462). 26) Denollet, J., Martens, E.J., Nyklicek, I., Conraads, V.M., & de Gelder, B. (2008). Clinical events in coronary patients who report low distress: Adverse effect of repressive coping. Health Psychology, 27(3), (IF= 3.462) (1.2) Medical Specialities 1) Gehring, K., Sitskoorn, M.M., Aaronson, N.K. & Taphoorn, M.J.B. (2008). Interventions for cognitive deficits in adults with brain tumours. Lancet Neurology, 7(6), (IF=18.126) 2) Gehring, K., Sitskoorn, M.M., Gundy, C.M., Sikkes, S.A., Klein, M., Postma, T.J., van den Bent, M.J., Beute, G.N., Enting, R.H., Kappelle, A.C., Boogerd, W., Veninga, T., Twijnstra, A., Boerman, D.H., Taphoorn, M.J., & Aaronson N.K. (2009). Cognitive rehabilitation in patients 8

11 with gliomas: a randomized, controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 27(22), : (IF=17.793) 3) Roest, A.M., Martens, E.J., de Jonge, P., & Denollet, J. (2010). Anxiety and risk of incident coronary heart disease. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 56(1), (IF=12.535) 4) van den Broek, K.C., Nyklicek, I., Voort, P.H. van der, Alings, M., Meijer, A. & Denollet, J. (2009). Risk of ventricular arrhythmia after implantable defibrillator treatment in anxious Type D patients. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 54(6), (IF=12.535) 5) Denollet, J. & Pedersen, S.S. (2009). Anger, depression, and anxiety in cardiac patients: The complexity of individual differences in risk. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 53(11), (IF=12.535) 6) Koopmans, B., Pouwer, F., Bie, R.A., Leusink, G.L., Denollet, J. & Pop, V.J. (2009). Associations between vascular co-morbidities and depression in insulin-naive diabetes patients: The DIAZOB Primary Care Diabetes study. Diabetologia, 52(10), (IF= 6.551) 7) Mols, F., Martens, E.J., & Denollet, J. (2010). Acute coronary syndromes: Type D personality and depressive symptoms are independent predictors of impaired health status following acute myocardial infarction. Heart, 96(1), (IF= 5.385) 8) den Oudsten, B.L., van Heck, G.L., van der Steeg, A.F., Roukema, J.A. & de Vries, J. (2010). Second operation is not related to psychological outcome in breast cancer patients. International Journal of Cancer, 126(6), (IF= 4.722) 9) Mommersteeg, P.M., Vermetten, E., Kavelaars, A., Geuze, E. & Heijnen, C.J. (2008). Hostility is related to clusters of T-cell cytokines and chemokines in healthy men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 33(8), (IF= 4.194) 10) Mols, F., Holterhues, C., Nijsten, T. & van de Poll-Franse, L.V. (2010). Personality is associated with the health status and impact of cancer among melanoma survivors. European Journal of Cancer, 46(3), (IF= 4.121) 11) Denollet, J., Gidron, Y.Y., Vrints, C.J. & Conraads, V.M. (2010). Anger, suppressed anger, and risk of adverse events in patients with coronary artery disease. American Journal of Cardiology, 105, (IF= 3.575) 12) Denollet, J., Schiffer, A.A., Kwaijtaal, M., Hooijkaas, H., Hendriks, E.H., Widdershoven, J.W. & Kupper, N. (2009). Usefulness of Type D personality and kidney dysfunction as predictors of interpatient variability in inflammatory activation in chronic heart failure. American Journal of Cardiology, 103(3), (IF= 3.575) 13) Pelle, A.J., Pedersen, S.S., Schiffer, A.A., Szabo, B.M., Widdershoven, J.W. & Denollet, J. (2010). Psychological distress and mortality in systolic heart failure. Circulation: Heart Failure, 3(2), (IF= 3.433) 14) Denollet, J., Schiffer, A.A., & Spek, V.R. (2010). A general propensity to psychological distress affects cardiovascular outcomes. Evidence from research on the Type D (Distressed) Personality Profile. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, 3, ) Smolderen, K.G., Spertus, J.A., Reid, K.J., Buchanan, D.M., Krumholz, H.M., Denollet, J., Vaccarino, V. & Chan, P.S. (2009). The association of cognitive and somatic depressive symptoms with depression recognition and outcomes after myocardial infarction. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, 2(4), ) Pouwer, F. & Hermanns, N. (2009). Insulin therapy and quality of life. A review. Diabetes: Metabolism Research and Reviews, 25, (IF= 2.762) 9

12 17) Pouwer, F. (2009). Should we screen for emotional distress in type 2 diabetes mellitus? Nature Reviews Endocrinology, 5(12), (1.3) Medicine 1) Smolderen, K.G., Spertus, J.A., Nallamothu, B.K., Krumholz, H.M., Tang, F., Ross, J.S., Ting, H.H., Alexander, K., Rathore, S.S. & Chan, P.S. (2010). Health care insurance, financial concerns in accessing care, and delays to hospital presentation in acute myocardial infarction. JAMA. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 303(14), (IF=28.899) 2) Denollet, J., & Pedersen, S.S. (2008). Prognostic value of Type D Personality compared with depressive symptoms. Archives of Internal Medicine, 168(4), (IF= 9.813) 3) Denollet, J., Pedersen, S.S., Daemen, J., Jaegere, P.T. de, Serruys, P.W. & van Domburg, R.T. (2008). Reduced positive affect (anhedonia) predicts major clinical events following implantation of coronary-artery stents. Journal of Internal Medicine, 263(2), (IF= 5.942) 4) Aquarius, A.E., Smolderen, K.G., Hamming, J.F., de Vries, J., Vriens, P.W., & Denollet, J. (2009). Type D personality and mortality in peripheral arterial disease: A pilot study. Archives of Surgery, 144(8), (IF= 4.323) 5) Kop, W.J. (2010). The role of psychological factors in the clinical course of heart transplant patients. The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 29(3), (IF= 3.541) 6) Smolderen, K.G., Spertus, J.A., Vriens, P.W., Kranendonk, A., Nooren, M. & Denollet, J. (2010). Younger women with symptomatic peripheral arterial disease are at increased risk of depressive symptoms. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 52(3), (IF= 3.517) 7) Smolderen, K.G., Pelle, A.J., Kupper, N., Mols, F. & Denollet, J. (2009). Impact of peripheral arterial disease on health status: A comparison with chronic heart failure. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 50(6), (IF= 3.517) (1.4) Basic Sciences 1) Tamietto, M. & de Gelder, B. (2010). Neural bases of the non-conscious perception of emotional signals. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 11, (IF=26.483) 2) Tamietto, M., Castelli, L., Vighetti, S., Perozzo, P., Geminiani, G., Weiskrantz, L. & de Gelder, B. (2009). Unseen facial and bodily expressions trigger fast emotional reactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 106(42), (IF= 9.432) ) 3) De Jonge, P., Rosmalen, J.G., Kema, I.P., Doornbos, B., van Melle, J.P., Pouwer, F., & Kupper, N. (2010). Psychophysiological biomarkers explaining the association between depression and prognosis in coronary artery patients: a critical review of the literature. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 35(1), (IF=7.791) 4) Tamietto, M., Cauda, F., Corazzini, L.L., Savazzi, S., Marzi, C.A., Goebel, R., Weiskrantz, W. & de Gelder, B. (2010). Collicular vision guides non-conscious behavior. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22(5), (IF= 5.382) 5) Vroomen, J. & Stekelenburg, J.J. (2010). Visual anticipatory information modulates multisensory interactions of artificial audiovisual stimuli. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22(7), (IF= 5.382) 6) Vroomen, J. & Baart, M. (2009). Phonetic recalibration only occurs in speech mode. Cognition, 110(2), (IF= 3.562) 10

13 7) Keetels, M., & Vroomen, J. (2010). Sound affects the speed of visual processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Epub ahead of print [2010 Sep 20]. (IF= 3.065) 8) Vermunt, J.K. (2008). Latent class and finite mixture models for multilevel data sets. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 17(1), (IF= 2.569) 9) Sijtsma, K. (2009). On the use, the misuse, and the very limited usefulness of Cronbach's alpha. Psychometrika, 74(1), (IF= 1.205) 10) Sijtsma, K. (2009). Reliability beyond theory and into practice. Psychometrika, 74(1), (IF= 1.205) 11) Vermunt, J.K., Van Ginkel, J.R., van der Ark, L.A., & Sijtsma, K. (2008). Multiple imputation of incomplete categorical data using latent class analysis. Sociological Methodology, 38(1), (IF= 1.000). (2) Publications in Target Journals: Senior or Second Author ( ) (2.1) Medical Psychology (Psychology & Psychiatry) 1) Campayo, A., de Jonge, P., Roy, J.F., Saz, P., de la Cámara, C., Quintanilla, M.A., Marcos, G., Santabárbara, J., Lobo, A. (2010). Depressive disorder and incident diabetes mellitus: the effect of characteristics of depression. American Journal of Psychiatry, 167(5), (IF=12.522) 2) Hoen, P.W., Conradi, H.J., Denollet, J., Martens, E.J. & de Jonge, P. (2010). Interviewbased ratings of somatic and cognitive symptoms of depression and their impact on Cardiovascular prognosis. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 79, (IF= 5.368) 3) Stiefel, F., Zdrojewski, C., Hadj, F.B., Boffa, D., Dorogi, Y., So, A., Ruiz, J. & de Jonge, P. (2008). Effects of a multifaceted psychiatric intervention targeted for the complex medically ill: A radomized controlled trial. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 77(4), (IF= 5.368) 4) Lamers, F., de Jonge, P., Nolen, W.A., Smit, J.H., Zitman, F.G., Beekman, A.T.F. & Penninx, B.W.J.H. (2010). Identifying depressive subtypes in a large cohort study: Results from the Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety (NESDA). Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 71(12), (IF= 5.218) 5) Mertens, M.C., Roukema, J.A., Scholtes, V.P.W. & De Vries, J. (2010). Trait anxiety predicts unsuccessful surgery in Gallstone Disease. Psychosomatic Medicine, 72, (IF= 4.236) 6) Conradi, H.J. & de Jonge, P. (2009). Recurrent depression and the role of adult attachment: A prospective and a retrospective study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 116(1-2), (IF= 3.763) (2.2) Medical Specialities 1) Hoen, P.W., Whooley, M.A., Martens, E.J., Na, B., van Melle, J.P., & de Jonge, P. (2010). Differential associations between specific depressive symptoms and cardiovascular prognosis in patients with stable coronary heart disease. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 56(11), (IF=12.535) 2) Ziegelstein, R.C., Thombs, B.D., Coyne, J.C. & de Jonge, P. (2009). Routine screening for depression in patients with coronary heart disease. Never mind. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 54(10), (IF=12.535) 11

14 3) Beckers, P., Denollet, J., Possemiers, N., Wuyts, F.L., Vrints, C.J. & Conraads, V.M. (2008). Combined endurance-resistance training vs. endurance training in patients with chronic haert failure: A prospective randomized study. European Heart Journal, 29(15), (IF= 9.800) 4) van Melle, J.P., Bot, M., de Jonge, P., Boer, R. de, van Veldhuisen, D.J., & Whooley, M.A. (2010). Diabetes, glycemic control, and new-onset heart failure in patients with stable coronary artery disease. Diabetes Care, 33(9), (IF= 6.718) 5) Nouwen, A., Lloyd, C.E. & Pouwer, F. (2009). Depression and type 2 diabetes over the lifespan: A meta-analysis. Diabetes Care, 32(5), (IF= 6.718) 6) Adriaanse, M.C., Pouwer, F., Dekker, J.M., Nijpels, G., Stehouwer, C.D.A., Heine, R.J. & Snoek, F.J. (2009). Diabetes-related symptom distress in association with glucose metabolism and comorbidity. Diabetes Care, 31(12), (IF= 6.718) 7) Adriaanse, M.C., Pouwer, F., Dekker, J.M., Nijpels, G., Stehouwer, C.D.A., Heine, R.J. & Snoek, F.J. (2008). Diabetes-related symptom distress in association with glucose metabolism and co-morbidity: The Hoorn Study. Diabetes Care, 31, (IF= 6.718) 8) Nouwen, A., Winkley, K., Twist, J., Lloyd, C.E., Peyrot, M., Ismail, K. & Pouwer, F. (2010). Type 2 diabetes mellitus as a risk factor for the onset of depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Diabetologia, 53(12), (IF= 6.551) 9) Duijm, L.E., Groenewoud, J.H., de Koning, H.J., Coebergh, J.W., van Beek, M., Hooijen, M.J.H.H. & van de Poll-Franse, L.V. (2009). Delayed diagnosis of breast cancer in women recalled for suspicious screening mammography. European Journal of Cancer, 45(5), (IF= 4.121) 10) Sukel, M.P., van de Poll-Franse, L.V., Nieuwenhuijzen, G.A.P., Vreugdenhil, G., Herings, R.M., Coebergh, J.W. & Voogd, A.C. (2008). Substantial increase in the use of adjuvant systemic treatment for early stage breast cancer reflects changes in guidelines in the periode in the southeastern Netherlands. European Journal of Cancer, 44(13), (IF= 4.121) (2.3) Medicine 1) Whooley, M.A., de Jonge, P., Vittinghoff, E., Otte, C., Moos, R., Carney, R.M., Ali, S., Dowray, S., Na, B., Feldman, M.D., Schiller, N.B. & Browner, W.S. (2008). Depressive symptoms, health behaviors, and risk of cardiovascular events in patients with coronary heart disease. JAMA. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 300(20), (IF=28.899) 2) Thombs, B.D., de Jonge, P., Coyne, J., Whooley, M.A., Frasure-Smith, N., Mitchell, A.J., Zuidersma, M., Eze-Nliam, C., Lima, B.B., Smith, C.G., Soderlund, K. & Ziegelstein, R.C. (2008). Depression screening and patient outcomes in cardivascular care. JAMA. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 300(18), (IF=28.899) 3) Hoeks, S.E., Smolderen, K.G., Scholte op Reimer, W.J., Verhagen, H., Spertus, J.A. & Poldermans, D. (2009). Clinical validity of a disease-specific health status questionnaire: The peripheral artery questionnaire. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 49(2), (IF= 3.517) 12

15 (2.4) Basic Sciences 1) Sinke, C.B.A., Sorger, B., Goebel, R. & de Gelder, B. (2010). Tease or threat? Judging social interactions from bodily expressions. Neuroimage, 49(4), (IF= 5.739) 2) Pichon, S., de Gelder, B. & Grezes, J. (2009). Two different faces of threat: Comparing the neural systems for recognizing fear and anger in dynamic body expressions. Neuroimage, 47(4), (IF= 5.739) 3) Van Craenenbroeck, E.M., Denollet, J., Paelinck, B.P., Beckers, P., Possemiers, N., Hoymans, V.Y., Vrints, C.J. & Conraads, V. (2009). Circulating CD34+/KDR+ endothelial progenitor cells are reduced in chronic heart failure patients as a function of type D personality. Clinical Science, 117(4), (IF= 3.982) 4) van der Ark, L.A., Croon, M.A., & Sijtsma, K. (2008). Mokken scale analysis for dichotomous items using marginal models. Psychometrika, 73(2), (IF= 1.205) 5) Lukocieno, O., Varriale, R. & Vermunt, J.K. (2010). The simultaneous decision(s) about the number of lower- and higher-level classes in multilevel latent class analysis. Sociological Methodology, 40(1), (IF= 1.000) 6) Manzoni, A., Vermunt, J.K., Luijkx, R. & Muffels, R.J. (2010). Memory bias in retrospectively collected employment careers: A model-based approach to correct for measurement error. Sociological Methodology, 40(1), (IF= 1.000). (3) Publications in Target Journals: Other Co-Author Position ( ) 1) Wildiers, H., van Calster, B., van de Poll-Franse, L.V., Hendrikx, W., Røislien, J., Smeets, A., Paridaens, R., Deraedt, K., Leunen, K., Weltens, C., Van Huffel, S., Christiaens, M.R. & Neven, P. (2009). Relationship between age and axillary lymph node involvement in women with breast cancer. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 27(18), (IF=17.793) 2) Defilippi, C.R., Christenson, R.H., Gottdiener, J.S., Kop, W.J. & Seliger, S.L. (2010). Dynamic cardiovascular risk assessment in the elderly: The role of repeated amino terminal pro-b-type natriuretic peptide testing. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 55, (IF=12.535) 3) Aukes, M.F., Alizadeh, B.Z., Sitskoorn, M.M., Kemner, C., Ophoff, R.A. & Kahn, R.S. (2009). Genetic overlap among intelligence and other candidate endophenotypes for schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry, 65(6), (IF= 8.926) 4) Aukes, M.F., Alizadeh, B.Z., Sitskoorn, M.M., Selten, J.P., Sinke, R.J., Kemner, C., Ophoff, R.A. & Kahn, R.S. (2008). Finding suitable phenotypes for genetic studies of schizophrenia: Heritability and segregation analysis. Biological Psychiatry, 64(2), (IF= 8.926) 5) Cornish, D., Holterhues, C., van de Poll-Franse, L.V., Coebergh, J.W.W. & Nijsten, T. (2009). A systematic review of health-related quality of life in cutaneous melanoma. Annals of Oncology, 20(6), (IF= 5.647) 6) Miller, M., Mangano, C.C., Beach, V., Kop, W.J. & Vogel, R.A. (2010). Divergent effects of joyful and anxiety-provoking music on endothelial vasoreactivity. Psychosomatic Medicine, 72(4), (IF= 4.236) 7) Carney, R.M., Freedland, K.E., Steinmeyer, B., Blumenthal, J.A., de Jonge, P., Davidson, K.W., Czajkowski, S.M. & Jaffe, A.S. (2009). History of depression and survival after acute myocardial infarction. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71(3), (IF= 4.236) 8) Dassen, A.E., Lemmens, V.E., van de Poll-Franse, L.V., Creemers, G.J., Brenninkmeijer, S.J., Lips, D.J., Wurff, A.A. van de, Bosscha, K. & Coebergh, J.W. (2010). Trends in 13

16 incidence, treatment and survival of gastric adenocarcinoma between 1990 and 2007: A population-based study in the Netherlands. European Journal of Cancer, 46(6), (IF= 4.121) 9) Dulk, M. den, Krijnen, P.A.J., Marijnen, C.A., Rutten, H.J.T., Poll-Franse, L.V. van de, Putter, H., Meershoek- Klein Kranenberg, E., Jansen-Landheer, M.L., Coebergh, J.W.W. & Velde, C.J. van de (2008). Improved overall survival for patients with rectal cancer since 1990: The effects of TME surgery and pre-operative radiotherapy. European Journal of Cancer, 44(12), (IF= 4.121) 10) Ho, V.K., Heiden-van der Loo, M. van der, Rutgers, E.J., Diest, P.J. van, Hobbelink, M.G., Tjan-Heijnen, V.C., Dirx, M.J., Reedijk, A.M., Poll-Franse, L.V. van de, Schaapveld, M. & Peeters, P.H. (2008). Implementation of sentinel node biopsy in breast cancer patients in the Netherlands. European Journal of Cancer, 44(5), (IF= 4.121) 11) Korfage, I.J., Essink-Bot, M.L., Daamen, R., Mols, F. & Ballegooijen, M. van (2008). Women show mixed intentions regarding the uptake of HPV vaccinations in pre-adolescents: A questionnaire study. European Journal of Cancer, 44(9), (IF= 4.121) 12) Kok, M. de, Weijden, T. van der, Voogd, A.C., Dirksen, C., Velde, C.J. van de, Roukema, J.A., Finaly-Marais, C., Ent, F.W.C. van der & Meyenfeldt, M.H. von (2010). Implementation of a short-stay programme after breast cancer surgery. British Journal of Surgery, 97(2), (IF= 4.077) 13) Williams, J.E., Mosley, T.H., Kop, W.J., Couper, D.J., Welch, V.L. & Rosamond, W.D. (2010). Vital exhaustion as a risk factor for adverse cardiac events (from the Atherosclerosis Risk In Communities [ARIC] study). American Journal of Cardiology, 105(12), (IF= 3.575) 14) Park, M.H., Ramani, G.V., Kop, W.J., Uber, P.A. & Mehra, M.R. (2010). Exercise uncovered pulmonary arterial hypertension and pharmacological therapy: Clinical benefits. The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 29(2), (IF= 3.541) 15) Flu, H.C., Ploeg, A.J., Marang-van de Mheen, P.J., Veen, E.J., Lange, C.P., Breslau, P.J., Roukema, J.A., Hamming, J.F. & Lardenoye, J.H.P. (2010). Patient and procedure-related risk factors for adverse events after infrainguinal bypass. Journal of Vascular Surgery, 51(3), (IF= 3.517) 16) Mahoney E.M., Wang, K., Keo, H.H., Duval, S., Smolderen, K.G., Cohen, D.J., Steg, P.G., Bhatt, D.L. & Hirsch, A.T. (2010). Vascular hospitalization rates and costs in patients with peripheral artery disease in the United States. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, 3, Publications: Complete list of all publications. In addition to the overview of publications in Target Journals ( ), a complete list of all CoRPS publications can be found at the website: https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/qualityassessment/corps/ 14

17 APPENDIX 3 EXTERNAL FUNDING 1 Year Applicant(s) Grant Funding organization Content (in ) 2005 Denollet Personality and Vulnerability to Heart Netherlands Organisation 1,250,000 Disease VICI - Innovational Research Incentive (personal) for Scientific research, NL 2005 Pedersen VENI - Innovational Research Incentive Netherlands Organisation 200,000 grant (personal) grant no for Scientific research, NL 2006 Pedersen Grant no B505-A F Danish Heart Foundation, 20, Van de Poll- Franse Influence of scalp cooling on the incidence and prognosis of scalp skin metastasis in breast cancer. Doelmatigheidssubsidie 2006 Van de Poll- Franse/ Mols 2006 Van de Poll- Quality of life in cancer survivors Franse/ Mols 2006 Pop Diabetes Care Management in the Elderly Denmark The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development, NL 40,000 Quality of life in lymphoma survivors INTERZOL 36, De Gelder COBOL- Communication with emotional body language 2007 Tamietto The neurobiology of emotional communication VENI - Innovational Research Incentive (personal) 2008 De Vries The influence of personality on quality of life, fatigue prognosis and health care consumption in sarcoidosis 2008 De Vries/ Chemotherapy and cognitive Roukema functioning in breast cancer patients and the effects on patients quality of life and health care consumption 2009 Keetels Motor-sensory recalibration; adaptation to motor-sensory asynchronies VENI - Innovational Research Incentive (personal) 2009 Sitskoorn/ Van Boxtel 2009 Nyklicek/ Pouwer/Pop 2009 Van de Poll- Franse 2009 Pedersen/ Spek/ Van de Broek Rotary Triborch, Tilburg, 30,000 NL The Netherlands Organisation 118,083 for Health Research and Development EU-Brussels 463,080 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific research, NL 250,000 Sarcoïdose Belangen 50,000 vereniging Nederland (SBN), NL Dutch Cancer Society, NL 113,400 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific research, NL 208,000 Neurofeedback Research Philips, NL 330,000 Voice of the patient (Stem van de Patiënt) Treatment of co morbid emotional problems in patients with diabetes Type 2: The development and evaluation of a mindfulness-based cognitive therapy Cancer Research Award Information disclosure and cancer survivorship care planning WEB-based distress management program for implantable CARdioverter defibrillator patients (WEBCARE) 2009 Pouwer/Spek Disease management of co-morbid depression (DiMaCoDe) in primary Diabetes Fund, NL 100,000 Dutch Cancer Society, NL 356,500 The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and 459, ,681 1 Grants that are entitled to Tilburg University 15

18 care patients with type 2 diabetes and/or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): a randomized controlled trial 2009 Pop/Pouwer Evaluation of a physical activity intervention in people with type 2 diabetes: the DiaFyZoB study 2009 Den Oudsten 'Sexual functioning after treatment of colorectal cancer patients and their partners' 2010 De Gelder/ Van Boxtel TANGO- Emotional interaction grounded in realistic context (Herkennen van emoties in natuurlijke achtergrond (QR Beter beslissen onder hoge druk, pijler Veiligheid, FES programma Hersenen en cognitie) Development Insurance CZ 180,000 Dutch Cancer Society, NL 258,000 EU-Brussels 500, Den Oudsten Implementation Fellow (personal) The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development 2010 Pedersen The psychological impact of device therapy for the treatment of heart disease. VIDI - Innovational Research Incentive 2010 Pedersen 'Utilization of implantable cardioverter DEFIBrillator therapy in the treatment of heart disease: Clinical and psychological outcomes in WOMEN (DEFIB-WOMEN Study)' 2010 Gehring KWF Fellowship for social-oncology (sociaal-oncologisch) research: Treatment of cognitive deficits in patient with primary brain tumours (personal) 2010 Mols Towards a healthy cancer survivorship: Investigating the role of Type D personality in colorectal cancer patients. VENI - Innovational Research Incentive (personal) 2010 Smolderen Portraying Patients with Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). VENI - Innovational Reseach Incentive (personal) Netherlands Organisation for Scientific research, NL Danish Heart Foundation, Denmark 100, , ,330 Dutch Cancer Society, NL 277,500 Netherlands Organisation for Scientific research, NL Netherlands Organisation for Scientific research, NL 250, ,000 TOTAL 7,207,687 The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research = NWO Dutch Cancer Society = KWF Kankerbestrijding Dutch Heart Foundation= Nederlandse Hartstichting Diabetes Fund= Diabetesfonds The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development= ZonMw 16

19 APPENDIX 4 ACQUIRED GRANTS FOR PARTICIPATING CENTERS 2 Year Applicant(s) Grant Funding organization Content (in ) 2008 Van de Poll- Franse 1,400, Van de Poll- Franse 2009 Van de Poll- Franse/Mols 2009 Pedersen/ Pop/Pouwer Impact of new systemic treatments of patients with hematological malignancies in the Netherlands: population-based cohort studies of process and outcome as a basis for assessments of cost-effectiveness Quality of life and health care use among lymphoma survivors: a longitudinal population-based study in the Southeast Netherlands PROFILES(Patient Reported Outcomes Following Initial treatment and Long term Survivorship) Integrated telemonitoring and telecare for patients with heart failure: A randomized controlled trial in primary care. INTEL-HF 2010 Pop Depression and anxiety detection and intervention in diabetics and Asthma / COPD patients 2010 Pop Tele-health care for patients with chronic heart failure 2010 Van de Poll- Franse/ Roukema 2010 Van de Poll- Franse/ Pouwer The impact of a cancer Survivorship Care Plan on patient reported outcomes and health care providers. A pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial Testing biologic interaction between diabetes and cancer on mortality and patient reported outcomes 2011 Pop Setting up a Primary Care Net-work for the vulnerable elderly The Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development, NL Jonker-Driessen Stichting, NL Netherlands Organisation for Scientific research, NL 180, ,000 EU-Brussels 180,000 The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development 511,691 EU-Brussels and Insurance 247,973 CZ Dutch Cancer Society, NL 509,200 European Foundation for 300,000 the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) The Netherlands Organisation 275,526 for Health Research and Development TOTAL 4,053,390 The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research = NWO Dutch Cancer Society = KWF Kankerbestrijding Dutch Heart Foundation= Nederlandse Hartstichting Diabetes Fund= Diabetesfonds The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development= ZonMw 2 A part of the acquired grants is entitled to other organisations than Tilburg University. However, this money is used for financing of CoRPS research. 17

20 APPENDIX 5 COMPLETED PHD PROJECTS PhD students Graduate School Promotion Project title PhD student Supervisor(s) date Health outcomes in chronic heart failure: The role of Type D personality. Schiffer, A.A. Denollet/ Pedersen/ Widdershoven, J.W Psychosocial factors and physical Koopmans, B. Pop/de Bie, R.A./Leusink, G.L. inactivity in type 2 diabetes Anxiety and implantable defibrillator van den Broek, Denollet/Nyklicek/Meijer, A. treatment: Vulnerability factors and clinical consequences. K.C Predictors of psychosocial outcomes in den Oudsten, Van Heck/Roukema/De Vries women with early stage breast cancer. B.L Fatigue at the interface between body Smith, O.R.F. Denollet/De Jonge/Kupper and mind in chronic heart failure patients The complexity of psychological factors in Pelle, A.J.M. Denollet/ Pedersen cardiac disease Psychological burden in peripheral arterial Smolderen, Denollet/ Aquarius, A.E./ disease: A call to action K.G.E. Vriens, P.W Guidelines and bio-psychological aspects in fracture risk management. Verdijk, N.A. Pop/ Leusink, G.L./Erdtsieck, R.J Predictors of recovery after Mertens, M.C. Roukema/De Vries cholecystectomy Cognitive rehabilitation in patients with brain tumors. Gehring, K. Sitskoorn/Aaronson, N.K./Taphoorn, M.J.B. Extramural PhD students Surgical pain interventions: Evaluation and identification of determinants of success and failure Bariatric psychology: Psychological aspects of weight loss surgery Quality assessment in surgery : The role of complication registration Stefaniak, T.J. van Hout,G.C.M. Van Heck Veen, E.J. Vingerhoets/Lachinski, A.J./ Goor, H. van de van der Werken, Chr. /Roukema/Janssen-Heijnen, M.L.G. 18

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