Tag Archives: Hanneke Hendriks

Boers, E., Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., & Beentjes, H. (2018). Vocational Community College Students’ Conversations about Binge Drinking. Journal of health communication, 23(12), 1072-1076.

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Boers, E., Zebregs, S., Hendriks, H., & van den Putte, B. (2018). Is it feeling or thinking? The influence of affective and cognitive attitude on adolescents’ intention to engage in binge drinking. Journal of Health Communication, 23, 430-434.

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Hendriks, H., & Janssen, L. (2018). Frightfully funny: combining threat and humour in health messages for men and women. Psychology & Health, 33, 595-613.

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Hendriks, H., van den Putte, B, & Gebhardt, W. A. (2018). Alcoholposts on Social Networking Sites: the Alcoholpost-Typology (APT). Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 21, 463-467.

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Hendriks, H., Gebhardt, W. A., van den Putte, B, & Moreno, M. (2018). Social drinking on social media: A content analysis of the social aspects of alcohol-related posts on Facebook and Instagram. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(6), e226.

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Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., De Bruijn, G.-J., & De Vreese, C. H. (2011). Talk about alcohol use: The role of interpersonal communication within health campaign effects. Psychology & Health, 26, 263. (Abstract)

Hendriks, H., Gebhardt, W. A., & Van den Putte, B. (2017). Alcohol-related posts from young people on social networking sites: Content and motivations. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 20(7), 428–435. doi:10.1089/cyber.2016.0640

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Hendriks, H. (2016). Praten over alcohol: Is spreken zilver en zwijgen goud? In-Mind Magazine.

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Hendriks, H., De Bruijn, G.-J, Meehan, O., & Van den Putte, B. (2016). Online and offline conversations about alcohol: Comparing the effects of familiar and unfamiliar discussion partners. Journal of Health Communication, 21(7), 734-742. doi:10.1080/10810730.2016.1153766

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Hendriks, H., & De Bruijn, G.-J. (2015). What do Dutch college students talk about when they talk about alcohol? Health Behavior and Policy Review, 2(3), 232-242. doi:10.14485/hbpr.2.3.8

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Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., & De Bruijn, G.-J. (2015). Subjective reality: The influence of perceived and objective conversational valence on binge drinking determinants. Journal of Health Communication, 20(7), 859-866. doi:10.1080/10810730.2015.1018570

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Hendriks, H. (2014). Let’s talk about alcohol: The role of interpersonal communication and health campaigns. University of Amsterdam: Unpublished doctoral dissertation.

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Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., & De Bruijn, G.-J. (2014). Changing the conversation: The influence of emotions on conversational valence and alcohol consumption. Prevention Science, 15(5), 684-693. doi:10.1007/s11121-013-0418-2

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Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., De Bruijn, G.-J., & De Vreese, C. H. (2014). Predicting health: The interplay between interpersonal communication and health campaigns. Journal of Health Communication, 19(5), 625-636. doi:10.1080/10810730.2013.837552

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Hendriks, H., De Bruijn, G.-J., & Van den Putte, B. (2012). Talking about alcohol consumption: Health campaigns, conversational valence, and binge drinking intentions. British Journal of Health Psychology, 17, 843-853. doi:10.1111/j.2044-8287.2012.02080.x.

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Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., De Bruijn, G.-J., & De Vreese, C. H. (2011). Talk about alcohol use: The role of interpersonal communication within health campaign effects. Psychology & Health, 26, 263. (Abstract)

Nohlen, H., Hendriks, H., Brandtmeyer, T., & Holland, R. W. (2009). For scent-imental reasons: Het koppelen van geuren aan specifiek gedrag. Aspo Pers.

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Hendriks, H., Van Hal, J., Veling, H., & Holland, R. W. (2009). The sound of music: Het effect van omgevingsvariabelen op de selectie van middelen in doelgericht gedrag. Aspo Pers.

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