Margot Kuttschreuter
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Perceived usefulness, personal experiences, risk perception and trust as determinants of adoption of e-government services in The Netherlands
M Horst, M Kuttschreuter, JM Gutteling
Computers in human behavior 23 (4), 1838-1852, 2007
A longitudinal study of the effects of television viewing on aggressive and prosocial behaviours
O Wiegman, M Kuttschreuter, B Baarda
British Journal of Social Psychology 31 (2), 147-164, 1992
Seeking information about food-related risks: The contribution of social media
M Kuttschreuter, P Rutsaert, F Hilverda, ┴ Regan, J Barnett, W Verbeke
Food quality and preference 37, 10-18, 2014
Social media as a useful tool in food risk and benefit communication? A strategic orientation approach
P Rutsaert, Z Pieniak, ┴ Regan, ┴ McConnon, M Kuttschreuter, M Lores, ...
Food policy 46, 84-93, 2014
Psychological determinants of reactions to food risk messages
M Kuttschreuter
Risk analysis 26 (4), 1045-1057, 2006
The development of risk communication: An empirical analysis of the literature in the field
Z Gurabardhi, JM Gutteling, M Kuttschreuter
Science Communication 25 (4), 323-349, 2004
Bringing appraisal theory to environmental risk perception: A review of conceptual approaches of the past 40 years and suggestions for future research
C Keller, A Bostrom, M Kuttschreuter, L Savadori, A Spence, M White
Journal of risk research 15 (3), 237-256, 2012
Framing and tone-of-voice of disaster media coverage: The aftermath of the Enschede fireworks disaster in the Netherlands
M Kuttschreuter, JM Gutteling, M De Hond
Health, risk & society 13 (3), 201-220, 2011
An empirical analysis of communication flow, strategy and stakeholders' participation in the risk communication literature 1988–2000
Z Gurabardhi, JM Gutteling, M Kuttschreuter
Journal of Risk Research 8 (6), 499-511, 2005
Development of strategies for effective communication of food risks and benefits across Europe: Design and conceptual framework of the FoodRisC project
J Barnett, A McConnon, J Kennedy, M Raats, R Shepherd, W Verbeke, ...
BMC public health 11 (1), 308, 2011
Social media mediated interaction with peers, experts and anonymous authors: Conversation partner and message framing effects on risk perception and sense-making of organic food
F Hilverda, M Kuttschreuter, E Giebels
Food quality and preference 56, 107-118, 2017
The role of expertise in risk communication: laypeople's and expert's perception of the millennium bug risk in The Netherlands
JM Gutteling, M Kuttschreuter
Journal of risk research 5 (1), 35-47, 2002
The impact of communicating conflicting risk and benefit messages: An experimental study on red meat information
┴ Regan, ┴ McConnon, M Kuttschreuter, P Rutsaert, L Shan, Z Pieniak, ...
Food Quality and Preference 38, 107-114, 2014
Television viewing related to aggressive and prosocial behaviour
O Wiegman, MWM Kuttschreuter, DB Baarda
SVO, Stichting voor Onderzoek van het Onderwijs, Foundation for Educationalá…, 1985
The effect of online social proof regarding organic food: comments and likes on Facebook
F Hilverda, M Kuttschreuter, E Giebels
Frontiers in Communication 3, 30, 2018
Online information sharing about risks: The case of organic food
F Hilverda, M Kuttschreuter
Risk Analysis 38 (9), 1904-1920, 2018
Word associations with “organic”: what do consumers think of?
F Hilverda, M Jurgens, M Kuttschreuter
British Food Journal 118 (12), 2931-2948, 2016
Crime prevention and the attitude toward the criminal justice system: The effects of a multimedia campaign
M Kuttschreuter, O Wiegman
Journal of Criminal Justice 26 (6), 441-452, 1998
Jeugdige daders van cybercrime in Nederland: Een empirische verkenning
S Zebel, P Vries, E Giebels, M Kuttschreuter, W Stol
Enschede: Universiteit Twente, 2013
“Listen, did you hear…?” A structural equation model explaining online information sharing on the risks of nanotechnology in food
M Kuttschreuter, F Hilverda
Food quality and preference 76, 118-132, 2019
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