Sander Hermsen
Sander Hermsen
OnePlanet Research Center
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Just say no (to stereotyping): effects of training in the negation of stereotypic associations on stereotype activation.
K Kawakami, JF Dovidio, J Moll, S Hermsen, A Russin
Journal of personality and social psychology 78 (5), 871, 2000
Using feedback through digital technology to disrupt and change habitual behavior: A critical review of current literature
S Hermsen, J Frost, RJ Renes, P Kerkhof
Computers in Human Behavior 57, 61-74, 2016
Determinants for sustained use of an activity tracker: observational study
S Hermsen, J Moons, P Kerkhof, C Wiekens, M De Groot
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 5 (10), e164, 2017
Evaluation of a Smart Fork to Decelerate Eating Rate.
S Hermsen, JH Frost, E Robinson, S Higgs, M Mars, RCJ Hermans
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 116 (7), 1066-1068, 2016
User-centered design of a mobile health intervention to enhance exacerbation-related self-management in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (Copilot): mixedá…
YJG Korpershoek, S Hermsen, L Schoonhoven, MJ Schuurmans, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (6), e15449, 2020
The effect of real-time vibrotactile feedback delivered through an augmented fork on eating rate, satiation, and food intake
RCJ Hermans, S Hermsen, E Robinson, S Higgs, M Mars, JH Frost
Appetite 113, 7-13, 2017
Persuasive by Design: a model and toolkit for designing evidence-based interventions
S Hermsen, RJ Renes, J Frost
Creating the Difference, 74, 2014
Developing a theory-driven method to design for behaviour change: two case studies
A van Essen, S Hermsen, RJ Renes
Using the Persuasive by Design Model to inform the design of complex behaviour change concepts: two case studies
S Hermsen, S Mulder, RJ Renes, R Van der Lugt
11th conference of the European Academy of Design 11, 2015
Effects of eating with an augmented fork with vibrotactile feedback on eating rate and body weight: a randomized controlled trial
S Hermsen, M Mars, S Higgs, JH Frost, RCJ Hermans
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 16 (1), 1-11, 2019
Draaiboek gedragsverandering: de psychologie van be´nvloeding, begrijpen en gebruiken
S Hermsen, RJ Renes
Business contact, 2016
How I learned to appreciate our tame social: scientist: experiences in integrating design research
S Hermsen, RJ Renes, R van der Lugt, S Mulder
Conference Proceedings 2016, 2016
Innovation in pain rehabilitation using co-design methods during the development of a relapse prevention intervention: case study
S Elbers, C van Gessel, RJ Renes, R van der Lugt, H Wittink, S Hermsen
Journal of medical Internet research 23 (1), e18462, 2021
Ontwerpen voor gedragsverandering
S Hermsen, RJ Renes
Hogeschool Utrecht, 2014
The value of agile methods in designing for behavioural change: a case study
D Ploos van Amstel, M Heemskerk, R Jan Renes, S Hermsen
The Design Journal 20 (sup1), S681-S690, 2017
“At least someone thinks I’m doing well”: a real-world evaluation of the quit-smoking app StopCoach for lower socio-economic status smokers
E Meijer, JS Korst, KG Oosting, E Heemskerk, S Hermsen, MC Willemsen, ...
Addiction science & clinical practice 16 (1), 1-14, 2021
Are agile design approaches useful in designing for health? A case study.
S Hermsen, A Van Essen, C Van Gessel, E Bolster, R Van der Lugt, ...
Design4health2020, 221-229, 2020
Take It Slow: can feedback from a smart fork reduce eating speed
S Hermsen, RC Hermans
Frontiers in Public Health Conference Proceedings, 2016
Your Covid-19 risk: reflections on the development of the tool
K Beyene, AHY Chan, JA Green, S Hermsen
Ubiquity Press, 2021
S Hermsen, A Ronteltap
Handboek Leefstijlgeneeskunde, 271-282, 2019
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