Gjalt-Jorn Peters
Gjalt-Jorn Peters
Associate professor of methodology & statistics, Open University and visiting at Maastricht
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A taxonomy of behaviour change methods: an intervention mapping approach
G Kok, NH Gottlieb, GJY Peters, PD Mullen, GS Parcel, RAC Ruiter, ...
Health psychology review 10 (3), 297-312, 2016
Threatening communication: a critical re-analysis and a revised meta-analytic test of fear appeal theory
GJY Peters, RAC Ruiter, G Kok
Health Psychology Review 7 (Suppl 1), S8–S31, 2013
The alpha and the omega of scale reliability and validity: why and how to abandon Cronbach’s alpha and the route towards more comprehensive assessment of scale quality.
GJ Peters
European Health Psychologist 16 (2), 56-69, 2014
Sixty years of fear appeal research: Current state of the evidence
RAC Ruiter, LTE Kessels, GJY Peters, G Kok
International journal of psychology 49 (2), 63-70, 2014
Worldwide prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: A systematic literature review including meta‐analysis
S Roozen, GJY Peters, G Kok, D Townend, J Nijhuis, L Curfs
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 40 (1), 18-32, 2016
Everything should be as simple as possible, but no simpler: towards a protocol for accumulating evidence regarding the active content of health behaviour change interventions
GJY Peters, M De Bruin, R Crutzen
Health psychology review 9 (1), 1-14, 2015
Scale quality: alpha is an inadequate estimate and factor-analytic evidence is needed first of all
R Crutzen, GJY Peters
Health psychology review 11 (3), 242-247, 2017
A review of determinants of and interventions for proenvironmental behaviors in organizations
SH Lo, GY Peters, G Kok
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42 (12), 2859-3125, 2012
An artificially intelligent chat agent that answers adolescents' questions related to sex, drugs, and alcohol: an exploratory study
R Crutzen, GJY Peters, SD Portugal, EM Fisser, JJ Grolleman
Journal of Adolescent Health 48 (5), 514-519, 2011
Towards a common terminology: a simplified framework of interventions to promote and integrate evidence into health practices, systems, and policies
H Colquhoun, J Leeman, S Michie, C Lokker, P Bragge, S Hempel, ...
Implementation Science 9 (1), 1-6, 2014
Ignoring theory and misinterpreting evidence: The false belief in fear appeals
G Kok, GJY Peters, LTE Kessels, GA Ten Hoor, RAC Ruiter
Health psychology review 12 (2), 111-125, 2018
Userfriendlyscience: Quantitative analysis made accessible
GJY Peters
R package version 0.7-0, URL: http://CRAN.R-project.org/package …, 2017
Energy‐related behaviors in office buildings: a qualitative study on individual and organisational determinants
SH Lo, GJY Peters, G Kok
Applied Psychology 61 (2), 227-249, 2012
False confessions in the lab: Do plausibility and consequences matter?
R Horselenberg, H Merckelbach, T Smeets, D Franssens, ...
Psychology, Crime & Law 12 (1), 61-75, 2006
Threatening communication: A qualitative study of fear appeal effectiveness beliefs among intervention developers, policymakers, politicians, scientists, and advertising …
GJY Peters, RAC Ruiter, G Kok
International Journal of Psychology 49 (2), 71-79, 2014
Full disclosure: doing behavioural science necessitates sharing
GJY Peters, C Abraham, R Crutzen
European Health Psychologist 14 (4), 77-84, 2012
Changing energy-related behavior: An Intervention Mapping approach
G Kok, SH Lo, GJY Peters, RAC Ruiter
Energy Policy 39 (9), 5280-5286, 2011
A practical guide to effective behavior change: how to identify what to change in the first place
GJY Peters
European Health Psychologist 16 (5), 142-155, 2014
Commuting travel mode choice among office workers: Comparing an Extended Theory of Planned Behavior model between regions and organizational sectors
SH Lo, GJP van Breukelen, GJY Peters, G Kok
Travel Behaviour and Society 4, 1-10, 2016
When unbearable suffering incites psychiatric patients to request euthanasia: qualitative study
M Verhofstadt, L Thienpont, GJY Peters
The British Journal of Psychiatry 211 (4), 238-245, 2017
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