Hedwig te Molder
Hedwig te Molder
Professor of Language and Communication, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Conversation and Cognition
H te Molder, J Potter
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005
Computer-mediated communication: from a cognitive to a discursive model
J Lamerichs, HFM te Molder
New Media & Society 5 (4), 451-473, 2003
Moral logic and logical morality: Attributions of responsibility and blame in online discourse on veganism
P Sneijder, HFM te Molder
Discourse & Society 16 (5), 675-696, 2005
Talking cognition: Mapping and making the terrain
J Potter, H te Molder
In H te Molder, J Potter (Eds) Conversation and Cognition, 1-54, 2005
Normalizing ideological food choice and eating practices. Identity work in online discussions on veganism
P Sneijder, H te Molder
Appetite 52 (3), 621-630, 2009
‘Health should not have to be a problem’: Talking health and accountability in an internet forum on veganism
P Sneijder, HFM Te Molder
Journal of Health Psychology 9 (4), 599-616, 2004
I eat healthfully but I am not a freak. Consumers’ everyday life perspective on healthful eating
LI Bouwman, H te Molder, MM Koelen, CMJ Van Woerkum
Appetite 53 (3), 390-398, 2009
Risk and soft impacts
T Swierstra, H te Molder
In S Roeser, R Hillerbrand, M Peterson & P Sandin (Eds) Handbook of Risk …, 2011
The good life: living for health and a life without risks? On a prominent script of nutrigenomics
RH Komduur, M Korthals, H te Molder
British Journal of Nutrition 101 (3), 307-317, 2009
Quitting is not an option: An analysis of online diet talk between celiac disease patients
M Veen, H te Molder, B Gremmen, C van Woerkum
Health 14 (1), 23-40, 2010
Disputing taste: Food pleasure as an achievement in interaction
P Sneijder, HFM Te Molder
Appetite 46 (1), 107-116, 2006
Counseling online and over the phone: When preclosing questions fail as a closing device
W Stommel, H te Molder
Research on Language and Social Interaction 48 (3), 281-300, 2015
Emergent technologies against the background of everyday life: Discursive psychology as a technology assessment tool
M Veen, B Gremmen, H te Molder, C van Woerkum
Public Understanding of Science 20 (6), 810-825, 2011
Turning adolescents into analysts of their own discourse: Raising reflexive awareness of everyday talk to develop peer-based health activities
J Lamerichs, M Koelen, H Te Molder
Qualitative Health Research 19 (8), 1162-1175, 2009
Discourse of dilemmas. An analysis of government communicator’s talk
H te Molder
PhD thesis, University of Wageningen, the Netherlands, 1995
Discursive Psychology
H te Molder
In Tracy, K., Ilie, C., & Sandel, T. (Eds) The International Encyclopedia of …, 2015
Discourse of dilemmas: An analysis of communication planners' accounts
H te Molder
British Journal of Social Psychology 38 (3), 245-263, 1999
Patients, evidence and genes: an exploration of GPs' perspectives on gene-based personalized nutrition advice
L Bouwman, H te Molder, G Hiddink
Family Practice 25 (suppl 1), i116-i122, 2008
Reflecting on your own talk: The Discursive Action Method at work
J Lamerichs, H te Molder
In C Antaki (Ed) Applied conversation analysis. Intervention and change in …, 2011
If you can’t eat what you like, like what you can: How children with coeliac disease and their families construct dietary restrictions as a matter of choice
M Veen, H te Molder, B Gremmen, C van Woerkum
Sociology of Health & Illness, 35 (4), 592-609, 2013
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