Lilian Lechner
Lilian Lechner
Professor in Health Psychology
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Web-based tailored nutrition education: results of a randomized controlled trial
A Oenema, J Brug, L Lechner
Health education research 16 (6), 647-660, 2001
4382001
Psychosocial determinants of fruit and vegetable consumption.
J Brug, L Lechner, H De Vries
Appetite, 1995
3481995
Determinants of initiation and maintenance of physical activity among older adults: a literature review
MM van Stralen, H De Vries, AN Mudde, C Bolman, L Lechner
Health Psychology Review 3 (2), 147-207, 2009
3252009
Definite involuntary childlessness: associations between coping, social support and psychological distress
L Lechner, C Bolman, A van Dalen
Human reproduction 22 (1), 288-294, 2007
2972007
Gezondheidsvoorlichting en gedragsverandering
J Brug
Uitgeverij Van Gorcum, 2010
215*2010
A qualitative study on detecting cancer symptoms and seeking medical help; an application of Andersen’s model of total patient delay
J de Nooijer, L Lechner, H de Vries
Patient education and counseling 42 (2), 145-157, 2001
1852001
The role of illness representations in coping and health of patients treated for breast cancer
H Rozema, T Völlink, L Lechner
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral …, 2009
1742009
Participation in a breast cancer screening program: influence of past behavior and determinants on future screening participation
L Lechner, H De Vries, N Offermans
Preventive Medicine 26 (4), 473-482, 1997
1701997
Misconceptions of fruit and vegetable consumption: differences between objective and subjective estimation of intake
L Lechner, J Brug, H De Vries
Journal of nutrition education 29 (6), 313-320, 1997
1491997
Stages of change for fruit, vegetable and fat intake: consequences of misconception
L Lechner, J Brug, H De Vries, P Van Assema, A Mudde
Health Education Research 13 (1), 1-11, 1998
1471998
Care needs after primary breast cancer treatment. Survivors' associated sociodemographic and medical characteristics
EEJ Pauwels, C Charlier, I De Bourdeaudhuij, L Lechner, E Van Hoof
Psycho‐oncology 22 (1), 125-132, 2013
1202013
Relapse prevention in a national smoking cessation contest: Effects of coping planning
L van Osch, L Lechner, A Reubsaet, S Wigger, H de Vries
British journal of health psychology 13 (3), 525-535, 2008
1042008
Factors related to misperception of physical activity in The Netherlands and implications for health promotion programmes
L Lechner, C Bolman, M Van Dijke
Health promotion international 21 (2), 104-112, 2006
1012006
Effects of an employee fitness program on reduced absenteeism
L Lechner, H de Vries
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 39 (9), 827-831, 1997
1011997
Measuring risk perceptions of skin cancer: Reliability and validity of different operationalizations
E Janssen, L van Osch, H de Vries, L Lechner
British journal of health psychology 16 (1), 92-112, 2011
982011
The long-term efficacy of two computer-tailored physical activity interventions for older adults: main effects and mediators.
MM van Stralen, H de Vries, AN Mudde, C Bolman, L Lechner
Health Psychology 30 (4), 442, 2011
972011
Help‐seeking behaviour for cancer symptoms: perceptions of patients and general practitioners
J De Nooijer, L Lechner, H De Vries
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral …, 2001
962001
Predicting older adults' maintenance in exercise participation using an integrated social psychological model
M Stiggelbout, M Hopman-Rock, M Crone, L Lechner, W Van Mechelen
Health Education Research 21 (1), 1-14, 2006
952006
Social psychological correlates of paying attention to cancer symptoms and seeking medical help
J de Nooijer, L Lechner, H De Vries
Social science & medicine 56 (5), 915-920, 2003
942003
Testicular self-examination (TSE) among Dutch young men aged 15–19: determinants of the intention to practice TSE
L Lechner, A Oenema, J de Nooijer
Health Education Research 17 (1), 73-84, 2002
932002
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