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Published Online: 2017-07-01
Published in Print: 2017-07-01
Ethical issues: The studies described in the present manuscript were approved by the appropriate Ethical Boards (Experiment 1: Ethical Review Committee Psychology and Neuroscience (ERCPN) of Maastricht University, study number: ECP-127 11_04_2013; Experiment 2: Social and Societal Ethics Committee and Medical Ethics Committee of the University of Leuven, study number: ML 10825). Participants of both studies provided informed consent prior to participation.
Conflict of interest: The authors have no conflict of interest to report. All authors have discussed the results and commented on the manuscript.
Funding sources: The conductance of these studies and preparation of the manuscript were supported by a PhD “Aspirant” grant (PSG-C5007-Asp/12) funded by the Research Foundation – Flanders, Belgium (FWO Vlaanderen).