Overzicht van publicaties 2019

Alblas, M., Mollen, S., Fransen, M., & Putte, B. v. d. (2019). Watch what you watch: The effect of exposure to food-related television content on the accessibility of a hedonic eating goal. Appetite, 134, 204-211.

Altendorf, M., Weert, J. v., Hoving, C., & Smit, E. (2019). Should or could? Testing the use of autonomy-supportive language and the provision of choice in online computer-tailored alcohol reduction communication. Digital health, 5, 2147483647-2147483647. 

Bolle, S., Smets, E., Hamaker, M., Loos, E., & Weert, J. v. (2019). Medical decision making for older patients during multidisciplinary oncology team meetings. Journal of geriatric oncology, 10(1), 74-83.

Brandes, K., Linn, A., Weert, J. v., Verdam, M., & Smit, E. (2019). The effects of persuasive messages on cancer patients’ attitudes, norms and intention to express concerns. Patient Education and Counseling, 102(3), 443-451.

Bruijn, G. de (2019). To frame or not to frame? Effects of message framing and risk priming on mouth rinse use and intention in an adult population-based sample. Journal of behavioral medicine, 42(2), 300-314.

Diviani, N., Fredriksen, E., Meppelink, C., Mullan, J., Rich, W., & Sudmann, T. (2019). Where else would I look for it? A five-country qualitative study on purposes, strategies, and consequences of online health information seeking. Journal of public health research, 8(1). 

Doré, B., Cooper, N., Scholz, C., O’Donnell, M., & Falk, E. (2019). Cognitive regulation of ventromedial prefrontal activity evokes lasting change in the perceived self‐relevance of persuasive messaging. Human Brain Mapping.

Goot, M. v. d., Bol, N., & Weert, J. v. (2019). Translating socioemotional selectivity theory Into persuasive communication: Conceptualizing and operationalizing emotionally-meaningful versus knowledge-related appeals. International Journal of Communication, 13, 22-22.

Klinkenberg, E., Sasongko, P. L., Kort, W. D., Weert, J. V., & … (2019). The supply chain of migrant blood donors: an organisational interview study. Vox sanguinis, 114(2), 145-153.

Labrie, N., Dulmen, S. v., Kersten, M., Haes, H. d., Pieterse, A., & … (2019). Effective Information Provision About the Side Effects of Treatment for Malignant Lymphoma: Protocol of a Randomized Controlled Trial Using Video Vignettes. JMIR research protocols, 8(5), 12453–12451.

Leeuwen, L. v., Onrust, S., Putte, B. v. d., Kleinjan, M., Lemmers, L., & … (2019). Cue-reminders to prevent health-risk behaviors: A systematic review. Frontiers in public health, 7.

Lehmann, V., Labrie, N., Weert, J. v., Dulmen, S. v., Haes, H. d., & … (2019). Provider caring and structuring treatment information to improve cancer patients’ recall: Does it help? Patient Education and Counseling.

Linn, A., Goot, M. v. d., Brandes, K., Weert, J. v., & Smit, E. (2019). Cancer patients’ needs for support in expressing instrumental concerns and emotions. European Journal of Cancer Care, 13138–13131.

Meijers, M., Noordewier, M., Verlegh, P., Willems, W., & Smit, E. (2019). Paradoxical side effects of green advertising: how purchasing green products may instigate licensing effects for consumers with a weak environmental identity. International Journal of Advertising, 1-22.

Meijers, M., Noordewier, M., Verlegh, P., Zebregs, S., & Smit, E. (2019). Taking Close Others’ Environmental Behavior Into Account When Striking the Moral Balance? Evidence for Vicarious Licensing, Not for Vicarious Cleansing. Environment and Behavior, 2147483647. R

Meppelink, C., Smit, E., Fransen, M., & Diviani, N. (2019). “I was right about vaccination”: Confirmation bias and health literacy in online health information seeking. Journal of health communication, 24(2), 129-140.

Mourik, D. v., Nagelhout, G., Putte, B. v. d., Hummel, K., & … (2019). Did E-Cigarette Users Notice the New European Union’s E-Cigarette Legislation? Findings from the 2015–2017 International Tobacco Control (ITC) Netherlands Survey. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(16), 2917-2917.

Nguyen, M., Bol, N., Weert, J. v., Loos, E., Tytgat, K., Geijsen, D., & … (2019). Optimising eH ealth tools for older patients: Collaborative redesign of a hospital website. European Journal of Cancer Care, 28(1), 12882–12881.

Nguyen, M., Smets, E., Bol, N., Bronner, M., Tytgat, K., Loos, E., & … (2019). Fear and forget: how anxiety impacts information recall in newly diagnosed cancer patients visiting a fast-track clinic. Acta oncologica, 58(2), 182-188.

Pel-Littel, R., Buurman, B., Pol, M. v. d., Yilmaz, N., Tulner, L., & … (2019). Measuring triadic decision making in older patients with multiple chronic conditions: Observer OPTIONMCC. Patient Education and Counseling.

Ruijter, D. d., Hoving, C., Evers, S., Hudales, R., Vries, H. d., & Smit, E. (2019). An economic evaluation of a computer-tailored e-learning program to promote smoking cessation counseling guideline adherence among practice nurses. Patient Education and Counseling.

Scholz, C., Doré, B., Cooper, N., & Falk, E. (2019). Neural valuation of antidrinking campaigns and risky peer influence in daily life. Health psychology: official journal of the Division of Health Psychology ….

 Schreuders, M., Klompmaker, L., Putte, B. v. d., & Kunst, A. (2019). Adolescent Smoking in Secondary Schools that Have Implemented Smoke-Free Policies: In-Depth Exploration of Shared Smoking Patterns. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(12), 2100-2100.

Strycharz, J., Noort, G. v., Helberger, N., & Smit, E. (2019). Contrasting perspectives–practitioner’s viewpoint on personalised marketing communication. European Journal of Marketing, 53(4), 635-660.

Strycharz, J., Noort, G. v., Smit, E., & Helberger, N. (2019). Protective behavior against personalized ads: Motivation to turn personalization off. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 13(2).

Woudstra, A., Meppelink, C., Maat, H., Oosterhaven, J., Fransen, M., & … (2019). Validation of the short assessment of health literacy (SAHL-D) and short-form development: Rasch analysis. BMC medical research methodology, 19(1), 122-122.

 Yusuf, M., Jagatia, A., Mahmood, Z., McCabe, E., Bruijn, G. de, Smith, L., & … (2019). How do office workers respond to media coverage of sitting? Occupational Medicine.