Buttner, Svenja; Pijl, S.J.; Bijstra, Jan; van den Bosch, Els
Teaching students with behavioral problems is a challenge for many teachers in inclusive education. To assess a teacher's quality in teaching students with behavioral problems and to explore what differentiates them from less effective teachers, this study aimed to validate a method for measuring this …
N. Nijhof; Joost van Hoof (Onderzoeker); H. van Rijn; J.E.W.C. van Gemert-Pijnen
This paper presents the results of an evaluation of a technology-supported leisure game for people with dementia in relation to the stimulation of social behavior.Technology, reminiscence, nursing home, behavioral outcomes, Alzheimer
E. Slagt-Tichelman; W. Warmink-Perdijk; J. Henrichs; L. Peters; F.G. Schellevis; M.Y. Berger; H. Burger
To examine the association between intrapartum synthetic oxytocin and child behavioral and emotional problems and to assess if maternal depressive or anxious symptoms or mother-to-infant bonding play a mediating role in this association.
Prospective cohort study.
This poster sketches the outlines of a theoretical research framework to assess whether and on what grounds certain behavioral effects may be attributed to particular game mechanics and game play aspects. It is founded on the Elaboration Likelihood Model of Persuasion (ELM), which is quite appropriate …
2014AlgemeenConference item not in proceedingsOpen Access
van Weert, Ellen; May, Anne M; Korstjens, Irene; Post, Wendy J; van der Schans, Cees (Healthy Ageing, Allied Health Care And Nursing); van den Borne, Bart; Mesters, Ilse; Ros, Wynand J G; Hoekstra-Weebers, Josette E H M
BACKGROUND: Research suggests that cancer rehabilitation reduces fatigue in survivors of cancer. To date, it is unclear what type of rehabilitation is most beneficial. OBJECTIVE: This randomized controlled trial compared the effect on cancer-related fatigue of physical training combined with cognitive …
Moniek Buijzen (Onderzoeker); Doeschka Anschütz (Onderzoeker); Rebecca N. H. de Leeuw (Onderzoeker); Daniëlle N.M. Bleize (Onderzoeker); Anne J. C. Sadza (Onderzoeker); Simone de Droog (Onderzoeker); Esther Rozendaal (Onderzoeker)
From the onset of the Corona crisis, a specific policy challenge was identified in the Netherlands: How to motivate young people to adhere to the behavioral measures, such as physical distancing? Young people have an important role to play in stopping the virus from spreading, but they may be more difficult …
van Dellen, Sjoukje (Facility Management); Mobach, Mark P. (Facility Management); Wisse, Barbara; Dijkstra, Arie
Breastfeeding has important health consequences, not only for infants, but also for mothers (Victora et al., 2016). However, many mothers stop breastfeeding before the advised six month period. Research indicates that difficulties associated with combining work and breastfeeding are an important reason …
2018-04-12AlgemeenConference item not in proceedingsOpen Access
Siemer, L. (Lutz) (Researcher); Brusse-Keizer, M.G.J. (Marjolein) (Researcher); Ben Allouch, S. (Somaya) (Lector); Patrinopoulos Bougioukas, A. (A. ) (Researcher); Sanderman, A. (Robbert ) (Researcher); Pieterse, M.E. (Marcel) (Researcher); Postel, M.G. (Marloes) (Lector)
Blended face-to-face and Web-based treatment is a promising way to deliver cognitive behavioral
therapy. Since adherence has been shown to be a measure for treatment’s acceptability and a
determinant for treatment’s effectiveness, in this study, we explored adherence to a new blended
smoking cessation …
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