Kirsten E. Bevelander
Kirsten E. Bevelander
Radboud University and Medical Centre
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Social modeling of eating: A review of when and why social influence affects food intake and choice
T Cruwys, KE Bevelander, RCJ Hermans
Appetite 86, 3-18, 2015
Mimicry of food intake: The dynamic interplay between eating companions
RCJ Hermans, A Lichtwarck-Aschoff, KE Bevelander, CP Herman, ...
PloS one 7 (2), 2012
Social norms in food intake among normal weight and overweight x
KE Bevelander, DJ Anschütz, RCME Engels
Appetite 58 (3), 864-872, 2012
Social modeling of food purchases at supermarkets in teenage girls
KE Bevelander, DJ Anschütz, RCME Engels
Appetite 57 (1), 99-104, 2011
Crowdsourcing novel childhood predictors of adult obesity
KE Bevelander, K Kaipainen, R Swain, S Dohle, JC Bongard, PDH Hines, ...
PloS one 9 (2), 2014
Reprint of" Methodological and reporting quality in laboratory studies of human eating behavior"
E Robinson, KE Bevelander, M Field, A Jones
Appetite 130, 321-326, 2018
The role of explicit and implicit self-esteem in peer modeling of palatable food intake: A study on social media interaction among youngsters
KE Bevelander, DJ Anschütz, DHM Creemers, M Kleinjan, RCME Engels
PloS one 8 (8), 2013
A social network-based intervention stimulating peer influence on children's self-reported water consumption: a randomized control trial
CR Smit, RNH de Leeuw, KE Bevelander, WJ Burk, M Buijzen
Appetite 103, 294-301, 2016
The effect of an intervention on schoolchildren’s susceptibility to a peer’s candy intake
KE Bevelander, R Engels, DJ Anschütz, B Wansink
European journal of clinical nutrition 67 (8), 829-835, 2013
The effect of a fictitious peer on young children's choice of familiar v. unfamiliar low- and high-energy-dense foods
KE Bevelander, DJ Anschütz, RCME Engels
British Journal of Nutrition 108 (6), 1126-1133, 2012
Imitation of snack food intake among normal-weight and overweight children
KE Bevelander, A Lichtwarck-Aschoff, DJ Anschütz, RCJ Hermans, ...
Frontiers in psychology 4, 949, 2013
Television watching and the emotional impact on social modeling of food intake among children
KE Bevelander, HL Meiselman, DJ Anschütz, RCME Engels
Appetite 63, 70-76, 2013
A randomized controlled trial testing a social network intervention to promote physical activity among adolescents
TJ Van Woudenberg, KE Bevelander, WJ Burk, CR Smit, L Buijs, ...
BMC public health 18 (1), 542, 2018
Children’s bonding with popular YouTube vloggers and their attitudes toward brand and product endorsements in vlogs: an explorative study
F Folkvord, KE Bevelander, E Rozendaal, R Hermans
Young Consumers, 2019
Youth’s social network structures and peer influences: study protocol MyMovez project–Phase I
KE Bevelander, CR Smit, TJ van Woudenberg, L Buijs, WJ Burk, ...
BMC public health 18 (1), 504, 2018
An integrated model of fruit, vegetable, and water intake in young adolescents.
CR Smit, RNH de Leeuw, KE Bevelander, WJ Burk, L Buijs, ...
Health Psychology 37 (12), 1159, 2018
Identifying influence agents that promote physical activity through the simulation of social network Interventions: Agent-based modeling study
TJ Van Woudenberg, B Simoski, EF de Mello Araújo, KE Bevelander, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (8), e12914, 2019
Using Simulations for Exploring Interventions in Social Networks-Modeling Physical Activity Behaviour in Dutch School Classes
EF de Mello Araújo, B Simoski, T van Woudenberg, K Bevelander, C Smit, ...
Testing a social network intervention using vlogs to promote physical activity among adolescents: a randomized controlled trial
TJ Van Woudenberg, KE Bevelander, WJ Burk, CR Smit, L Buijs, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 2913, 2020
Parameter Optimization for Deriving Bluetooth-Based Social Network Graphs
B Simoski, MCA Klein, EFDM Araújo, A van Halteren, ...
5th IEEE International Conference on Internet of People (IoP 2019), 2019
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