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PARALLEL SESSIONS

Thursday – 11.45 – 13.15 hrs

P1 – Symposium: From goal disturbance to goal management in chronic illness - Room 223

Organizers: Stefaan van Damme (Ghent Univeristy), Joke Fleer (University of Groningen), & Christina Bode (University of Twente)

  1. Fabiola Müller (University of Groningen)
    Cancer-Related Fatigue disturbs attainment of personal goals: The moderating role of perceived support
  1. Stefaan Van Damme (Ghent University)
    Do flexible goal adjustment and acceptance help preserve quality of life in patients with Multiple Sclerosis?
  1. Yvette Ciere (University of Groningen)
    Goal disturbance and optimism, but not goal adjustment, predict affect in colorectal cancer patients
  1. Roos Arends (University of Twente)
    Effectiveness of a goal management intervention for patients with polyarthritis with mild depressive symptoms

P2 – Thematic session: Self-regulation in health and illness - Room 225

Chair: Karlijn Massar

  1. Floor Kroese (Utrecht University)
    Easier done than said: people with high self-control feel less aversive to health behaviors
  1. Marleen Gillebaart (Utrecht University)
    Effortless exercise: Self-control promotes exercise behavior by force of habit
  1. Rosalie van der Vaart (Leiden University)
    Guided online self-management interventions in primary care: a survey on use, facilitators and barriers
  1. Janice Sandjojo (Leiden University)
    The effectiveness of staff training on promoting self-management in people with intellectual disabilities
  1. Simon Dalley (University of Groningen)
    Body-shame, dieting and bulimic symptomatology: The mediating roles of rumination and distraction

P3 – Thematic session: Health-related quality of life and wellbeing - Room 250

Chair: t.b.d.

  1. Thecla Brakel (University of Groningen)
    Social Comparison among cancer survivors: Applying an intervention to improve quality of live and self-efficacy
  1. Alicia de Vries (University Medical Center Groningen)
    Changes in goal disturbance between pre- and post-kidney transplantation and its relationship with psychological factors: A longitudinal study
  1. Coby Annema (University Medical Center Groningen)
    Trajectories of anxiety and depression of liver transplant candidates during the waiting list period
  1. Peggy Bongers (Maastricht University)
    Emotional eating and classical conditioning: Negative emotions as predictors of food intake
  1. Angélica López (University Medical Center Groningen)
    Compassion towards others and the self: prevalence and relationship with psychological functioning

Thursday – 14.45 – 16.15 hrs

P4 – Demonstration of e-health interventions - Room 250

Chair: Sifra Bolle

  1. Meriem Manai (Leiden University)
    The effects of a psychological training directed at optimizing pharmacotherapeutic effects
  1. Lemmy Schakel (Leiden University)
    Gaming your way to health: The effect of serious gaming on optimizing the immune system
  1. Matthijs de Wit (VU Amsterdam)
    Oncokompas: an online self management tool to improve personalized survivorship cancer care
  1. Richelle C. Kosse (Utrecht University)
    The ADAPT intervention: interactive mHealth application for adolescent asthma patients to improve medication intake behaviour
  1. Sifra Bolle (University of Amsterdam)
    The Patient Navigator: An online health information tool for older cancer patients

P5 – Symposium: Stigma & Health: Social & Health Psychological Perspectives - Room 223

Organizers & Discussants: Fraukje Mevissen & Sarah Stutterheim (Maastricht University)

  1. Sarah Stutterheim (Maastricht University)
    HIV-related stigma in health care settings
  1. Leonieke van Boekel (Tilburg University)
    Stigmatization of people with substance use disorders
  1. Remko van der Sanden (ATEA Group, Breda)
    Stigma by association among family members of people with mental illness
  1. Fraukje Mevissen (Maastricht University)
    The role of threat in sexual stigma

P6 – Thematic session: Health behaviour change - Room 225

Chair: Gerjo Kok

  1. Aukje Verhoeven (University of Amsterdam)
    Planning to change unhealthy snacking and the role of critical cues
  1. Arie Dijkstra (University of Groningen)
    The Threat Model of Persuasion: Theorizing beyond the parallel process models
  1. Stefanie Gomez Quiñonez (Maastricht University)
    The importance of self-efficacy, habit and plan enactment regarding fruit consumption. A moderated mediation.
  1. Elroy Boers (University of Amsterdam)
    Understanding interpersonal communication and its effects on binge-drinking determinants
  1. Sanne van Lieshout (Maastricht University)
    Program implementation: an often overlooked prerequisite for program effectiveness

Friday – 09.30 – 11.00 hrs

P7 – Symposium: Cognitive biases in pain: A state of the art, current challenges, and future directions - Room 223

Organizer: Dimitri Van Ryckeghem (Ghent University)

  1. Dimitri Van Ryckeghem (Ghent University)
    Attention bias for pain: Where to go from here
  1. Stefan Lautenbacher (University of Bamberg)
    Vigilance or attentional avoidance or both? About the nature of attention towards pain-related stimuli
  1. Linda Vancleef (Maastricht University)
    Pain-directed interpretation bias as a latent vulnerability factor for chronic pain
  1. Amanda Clauwaert (Ghent University)
    Moving ahead: Pain-related attention bias during movements

P8 – Symposium: Psyfood: a psychological research project to examine determinants of healthy food consumption and obesity prevention - Room 225

Organizers: Olivier Klein (Université libre de Bruxelles) & Olivier Luminet (Université catholique de Louvain)

  1. Valérie Broers (Université catholique de Louvain)
    Friend or foe? Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) on obese people’s relationship with healthy food
  1. Maria Mulders (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
    Nutrition Involvement, Numeracy & Label Reading Behavior
  1. Giorgia Zamariola (Université catholique de Louvain)
    Who is attracted by comfort food? On the relationship between eating behavior trait and attention
  1. Maria Claassen (Université libre de Bruxelles)
    Poverty and Obesity : a psychological approach to explaining the relationship between money scarcity and food consumption

Discussant: Betty Chang (Université libre de Bruxelles)

P9 – Thematic session: Patient-provider interaction - Room 250

Chair: Ellen Smets

  1. Niki M. Medendorp (presented by Leonie Visser) (University of Amsterdam)
    How oncologists’ communication style influences patients’ recall of information: An experimental video-vignettes study
  1. Claudia Groot Kormelinck (University of Twente)
    Shared decision-making in palliative cancer care: A life span perspective
  1. Linda Oostendorp (Radboud University Medical Center)
    Decision aids for second-line palliative chemotherapy: a randomised multicentre trial
  1. Marij Hillen (University of Amsterdam)
    The influence of oncologists’ nonverbal communication on patients’ trust and recall of information
  1. Ellen Selten (Sint Maartenskliniek, Nijmegen)
    Structure and importance of patients’ reasons for treatment choices: a concept mapping study

Friday – 14.00 – 15.30 hrs

P10 – Symposium: Social norm effects on naturalistic eating behaviour: From harmful effects to beneficial strategies - Room 223

Organizer: Astrid Junghans (Utrecht University)

  1. Tim Döring (University of Göttingen)
    The Waiter’s Weight: Does a server’s BMI relate to how much food diners order?
  1. Astrid Junghans (Utrecht University)
    Extra Whip, please: Effects of Barista weight on orders and calorie consumption at Starbucks
  1. Emely de Vet (Wageningen University)
    What do adolescents think that their peers are eating at school?
  1. Tracy Cheung (Utrecht University)
    Using social clues and salient cues to steer impulsive, unhealthy choices to healthy choices

P11 – Thematic session: Public health and health promotion - Room 225

Chair: Catherine Evers

  1. Stefan Gruijters (Maastricht University)
    Sex, germs and health: Pathogen-avoidance motives and health-protective behavior
  1. Sarah Elbert (University of Groningen)
    Social cognitive factors and smoking behavior among people with low, intermediate and high socioeconomic status
  1. Loes Kessels (Maastricht University)
    Attentional effects of self-affirmation in response to graphic anti-smoking images
  1. Feziwe Mpondo (Maastricht University)
    Self-determination and gender-power relations as predictors of condom use self-efficacy among rural South African women
  1. Marieke Fransen (University of Amsterdam)
    ‘Why would I believe this?’ – Examining the use of resistance strategies towards health messages

P12 – Thematic session: Coping and adjustment to (chronic) illness / Psychophysiology and psychoneuroimmunology - Room 250

Chair: Ivan Nyklicek

  1. Elke Vlemincx (University of Leuven)
    Take a deep breath: the effect on subjective and physiological relief
  1. Vera Vervoort (Sint Maartenskliniek, Nijmegen)
    Cost of illness and illness perceptions in patients with fibromyalgia
  1. Nadine Bol (University of Amsterdam)
    Recall of information in older patients: Do ability and motivation matter more than chronological age?
  1. Aleksandrina Skvortsova
    Conditioning of the neuroendocrine system: A review.
  1. Stefanie Meeuwis
    Placebo effects in dermatological conditions: A review.

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