Parallel Sessions

Parallel Session 1

1A. Symposium
Communication & placebo-effects; two worlds waiting to be integrated?

Chair: Andrea Evers

  • Underpredicting pain; how it may help and harm – Kaya Peerdeman
  • The role of expectations in conditioned pain modulation – Dieuwke Veldhuijzen
  • Placebo-effects of communication alongside standard medical care: results of a RCT in clinical tonsillectomy care – Liesbeth van Vliet
  • Disentangling effects of information language and validation on subjective pain reports using VR study paradigms – Linda Vancleef
  • Training residents in patient-centred communication and empathy: evaluation from patients’, observers’ and residents’ perspective – Tim olde Hartman

1B. Coping and adjustment to chronic illness

  • Implementing the International Committee on Mental Health in Cystic Fibrosis (ICMH) Guidelines: Practical complexities of managing mental health – Marieke Verkleij
  • Communicating uncertainties when disclosing diagnostic test results for (Alzheimer’s) dementia: the ABIDE project – Leonie Visser
  • Need for dietary support after colorectal cancer is associated with perceived psychological and physical health – Meeke Hoedjes
  • The use of personal strengths as facilitator for mental health in rheumatic disease – Christina Bode
  • Patients with Cardiovascular Disease and Comorbidity Undergoing Cardiac Intervention: Women Recover Less Than Men – Tom Oreel

1C. Cognitive bias and implicit cognition

  • Consequences of Nudges: Laymen’s Expectations of Nudges on Cognition – Jonas Wachner
  • Can Attention Bias Modification training alter attention for symbolic itch stimuli and itch sensitivity? – Antoinette van Laarhoven
  • The Effectiveness of Online Cognitive Bias Modification on Smoking Cessation – Helle Larsen
  • Self-reported overeating of healthy and unhealthy foods: attributions for food intake – Elen van Kleef
  • The Snowball Effect of Self-Regulation Failure: A Deadly Threat? – Pam ten Broeke

Parallel Session 2

2A. Symposium
Psychological approaches within bio-medical HIV prevention

Chair: John de Wit

  • Attitudes of men who have sex with men about HIV prevention strategies – Chantal den Daas
  • The Impact of PrEP on the Sexual Well-being of Men who have Sex with Men – Hanne Zimmermann
  • Dating experiences of informal PrEP users in the Netherlands: A qualitative study – Mart van Dijk
  • Pre-exposure prophylaxis sorting among men who have sex with men – Kai Jonas

2B. Tailored health interventions

  • From Self-Reliers to Expert-Dependents: Identifying Classes among Mobile Users Based on their Health-Related Needs – Eline Smit
  • Effectiveness of a Web-based, interactive, tailored intervention promoting HPV-vaccination acceptability: a randomized controlled trial. – Mirjam Pot
  • Tackling tobacco smoking among school dropouts in South Africa: A social network analysis – Rachana Desai
  • You should or you could? Identifying the most autonomy-supportive message frame in online health communication – Eline Smit
  • Core topics to discuss during the diagnostic process in memory clinics: the ABIDE Delphi project. – Agnetha Fruijtier

2C. Psychophysiology

  • Dispositional optimism and depressive symptoms show independent and interactive associations with inflammation – Jos Bosch
  • Conditioning of the neuroendocrine system: learned oxytocin responses – Aleksandrina Skvortsova
  • The 6-year longitudinal association of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids with depressive disorders and their characteristics – Carisha Thesing
  • Can placebo effects for itch be elicited by learning? Classically conditioning the effects of antihistamines – Stefanie Meeuwis
  • The impact of physician-patient eye contact on patients’ trust – exploring novel methods – Chiara Jongerius

Parallel Session 3

3A. Health care providers

  • Goal conflict, Burnout and the moderating role of Goal Adjustment and Self-regulation of attention in medical students – Rodrigo Gonzales
  • Communication skills training for healthcare professionals in oncology: a review of reviews over the past decade – Danique Bos
  • Training oncologists and preparing patients for shared decision making about palliative systemic treatment – Ellen Smets
  • Core Processes for Developing Theory- and Evidence-Based Interventions – Rob Ruiter

3B. Sleep & fatigue

  • Determinants of fatigue in adults with visual impairment: a comparative path analysis study – Wouter Schakel
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy and exercise for fatigued patients with advanced cancer: a randomized controlled trial – Hans Knoop
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic fatigue in type 1 diabetes: long term follow-up – Harriët Abrahams
  • Prevalence of sleep disturbances among head and neck cancer patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis – Angelina Santoso

3C. Health risk

  • Sex and gender-stratified risks of psychological factors for ischemic heart disease and prognosis: a meta-analysis – Veerle Smaardijk
  • How to save a life: teaching lower-educated students about organ donation – Esther Steenaert
  • How should relatives at risk of hereditary diseases be informed? An exploration of patient attitudes – Lieke van den Heuvel
  • How counselors communicate uncertainty about multigene panel testing for cancer. An observational study – Niki van Medendorp

Parallel Session 4

4A. Symposium
Implicit biases and Cognitive Bias Modification in Clinical Symptoms

Chair: Christina Bode

  • When and how does attention bias modification impact upon pain outcomes? – Dimitri van Ryckeghem
  • Attention and attentional malleability predicts treatment response in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Alicia Hughes
  • Implicit self-concept bias in persistent fatigue: preliminary results from a prospective CBM study – Marcel Pieterse
  • Virtual reality to boost the effects of Interpretation Bias Modification on anxiety- Elske Salemink

4B. Health promotion

  • Examining the effectiveness of a proximity nudge on food choice with few and many options – Laurens van Gestel
  • Activation of Alternative Activities in Cognitive Bias Modification: A Smoking Cessation Intervention – Si Wen
  • Intervening through conversations: How instructions influence conversational valence and binge drinking determinants – Hanneke Hendriks
  • The experimental induction of eye movements in smokers to disturb defensive reactions and increase persuasion – Arie Dijkstra
  • Visual deprivation hinders food recognition (but may improve monitoring of consumption quantity – Martijn Stok

4C. Symposium
Results of four years of research centered around obesity prevention: the Food4Gut-project

Chair: Maartje Mulders

  • Default-name and tasting nudge increase unfamiliar, specific vegetable choice without increasing general vegetable choice -Valérie Broers
  • The relationship between interoception and emotion regulation: New evidence from Mixed Methods – Giorgia Zamirola
  • Foods are ascribed social status which influences food choices across social classes – Maria Claassen
  • Different factors underlying food choices for varying levels of nutritional involvement: a mixed model study – Maartje Mulders

4D. E-Health demonstrations

  • Identifying and overcoming psychosocial barriers for a healthy lifestyle: E-GOAL e-care development and treatment protocol – Katja Cardol
  • Preventing sedentary behavior: An Intervention Mapping approach for data-driven e- and mhealth consulting – Nathalie Berninger
  • Developing the self-help app MyDiaMate to improve the mental fitness in adults with diabetes – Linda Muijs
  • Effectiveness of a Web-based, interactive, tailored intervention promoting HPV-vaccination acceptability: a randomized controlled trial – Mirjam Pot

Parallel Session 5

5A. Influences of individual differences

  • The sweet taste of nudge effectiveness: Working with existing habits – Tina Venema
  • Preoccupied With the Body: Evidence That Rumination Amplifies Interoception Under Stressful Circumstances – Caroline Schlinkert
  • Dispositional optimism predicts inflammation in cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses – Jos Bosch
  • Preconscious attentional bias for itch – Jennifer Becker

5B. Determinants of health behavior

  • Long-term single-smoking couples: attitudes, conflicts and relationship satisfaction – Anne Buitenhuis
  • Determinants and consequences of problematic alcohol use in Ukraine – Annet Toornstra
  • Depicting future selves affects stress and college-adjustment, but not health behaviors in freshman university students – Winnie Gebhart
  • The ecosystem for healthy living. Preliminary findings from a meta-analysis and results of an interview study – David de Buisonjé

5C. Patient reported outcomes in chronic disease

  • First results from the Dutch registry of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in patients on dialysis – Esmee van der Willik
  • Predictors of health-related quality of life in patients with end-stage renal disease treated with dialysis – Judith Tommel
  • Internet-based cognitive behaviour therapy in stepped care for chronic fatigue syndrome: a randomized non-inferiority trial – Hans Knoop
  • Disease-specific fears in patients with COPD: impact on pulmonary rehab outcomes – Thomas Janssens

5D. Pediatric psychology

  • Psychosocial and glycemic development of youth with type 1 diabetes and the role of puberty – Maartje de Wit
  • Violence exposure and risk behaviours in South African adolescents: the moderating role of emotion dysregulation – Xin-Cheng Sui
  • A closer look into sunburn prevention: Age and sex effects on parental and children’s sun safe behaviour – Karlijn Thoonen
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing in an adolescent with difficult-to-control asthma – Marieke Verkleij