Rik Crutzen
Rik Crutzen
Professor of Behaviour Change & Technology, Maastricht University
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Which intervention characteristics are related to more exposure to internet-delivered healthy lifestyle promotion interventions? A systematic review
W Brouwer, W Kroeze, R Crutzen, J de Nooijer, NK de Vries, J Brug, ...
J Med Internet Res 13 (1), e2, 2011
Online prevention aimed at lifestyle behaviors: a systematic review of reviews
LFM Kohl, R Crutzen, NK de Vries
Journal of medical Internet research 15 (7), e146, 2013
Characteristics of visitors and revisitors to an Internet-delivered computer-tailored lifestyle intervention implemented for use by the general public
W Brouwer, A Oenema, H Raat, R Crutzen, J de Nooijer, NK de Vries, ...
Health Education Research 25 (4), 585-595, 2009
Strategies to facilitate exposure to internet-delivered health behavior change interventions aimed at adolescents or young adults: a systematic review
R Crutzen, J de Nooijer, W Brouwer, A Oenema, J Brug, NK de Vries
Health Education & Behavior 38 (1), 49-62, 2011
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
An exploration of factors related to dissemination of and exposure to internet-delivered behavior change interventions aimed at adults: a Delphi study approach
W Brouwer, A Oenema, R Crutzen, J De Nooijer, N De Vries, J Brug
Journal of medical Internet research 10 (2), e10, 2008
Internet-delivered interventions aimed at adolescents: a Delphi study on dissemination and exposure
R Crutzen, J de Nooijer, W Brouwer, A Oenema, J Brug, NK de Vries
Health Education Research 23 (3), 427-439, 2008
A simple formula for the calculation of sample size in pilot studies
W Viechtbauer, L Smits, D Kotz, L Budé, M Spigt, J Serroyen, R Crutzen
Journal of clinical epidemiology 68 (11), 1375-1379, 2015
Social desirability and self-reported health risk behaviors in web-based research: three longitudinal studies
R Crutzen, AS Göritz
BMC public health 10 (1), 720, 2010
Investigating predictors of visiting, using, and revisiting an online health-communication program: a longitudinal study
J Van't Riet, R Crutzen, H De Vries
Journal of medical Internet research 12 (3), e37, 2010
Using Google Analytics as a process evaluation method for Internet-delivered interventions: an example on sexual health
R Crutzen, JL Roosjen, J Poelman
Health promotion international 28 (1), 36-42, 2013
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
What makes people decide to visit and use an internet-delivered behavior-change intervention?: A qualitative study among adults
W Brouwer, A Oenema, R Crutzen, J de Nooijer, NK de Vries, J Brug
Health Education 109 (6), 460-473, 2009
The role of user control in adherence to and knowledge gained from a website: randomized comparison between a tunneled version and a freedom-of-choice version
R Crutzen, D Cyr, NK de Vries
Journal of medical Internet research 14 (2), e45, 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
Use of the stepped wedge design cannot be recommended: A critical appraisal and comparison with the classic cluster randomized controlled trial design
D Kotz, M Spigt, ICW Arts, R Crutzen, W Viechtbauer
Journal of clinical epidemiology 65 (12), 1249-1252, 2012
Full disclosure: doing behavioural science necessitates sharing
GJY Peters, C Abraham, R Crutzen
The European Health Psychologist 14, 77-84, 2012
A conceptual framework for understanding and improving adolescents’ exposure to Internet-delivered interventions
R Crutzen, J de Nooijer, W Brouwer, A Oenema, J Brug, NK de Vries
Health promotion international 24 (3), 277-284, 2009
Drinking motives and drinking behavior over time: A full cross-lagged panel study among adults.
R Crutzen, E Kuntsche, K Schelleman-Offermans
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 27 (1), 197, 2013
Increasing fruit and vegetable intake among children: comparing long-term effects of a free distribution and a multicomponent program
E Reinaerts, R Crutzen, M Candel, NK De Vries, J De Nooijer
Health education research 23 (6), 987-996, 2008
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