Program Friday

We are proud to present you the conference program.

Friday January 31

08.45 – 09.30 hrsARPH members meetingAbdijzaal
09.30 – 10.00 hrsYoung Talent Award &  PhD AwardAbdijzaal
10.00 – 10.45 hrsKeynote Lecture
Sexual health research: Implications for health psychology theory and research
Prof. John de Wit  |  More info
Chair: Denise de Ridder
10.45 – 11.15 hrs  Coffee breakLobby
11.15 – 12.45 hrsParallel Session 3
Session 3A – Health behaviour  |  More infoRoom 401
Session 3B – Well-being  |  More infoRoom 402
Session 3C – Health psychology in patient populations  |  More info Room 403
Session 3D – Discussion: Insights from health psychology to promote sustainable behaviourRoom 404
12.45 – 13.30 hrs  Lunch breakLobby
13.30 – 14.45 hrsParallel Session 4
Session 4A – Emotions and cognitive processes in individuals with disordered eating |  More infoRoom 402
Session 4B – New insights and methods for using financial incentives for behavioral
change  |  More info
Room 403
Session 4C – Self-regulation  |  More info Room 404
14.45 – 15.15 hrs Tea breakLobby
15.15 – 16.30 hrsParallel Session 5
Session 5A – Environmental influences on eating behavior  |  More infoRoom 402
Session 5B – Research in children: special issues in pediatric psychology  |  More infoRoom 403
Session 5C – From science to product: challenges and setbacks in developing digital tools
for informal caregivers  |  More info
Room 404
16.30 – 16.45 hrsConference closing + poster & oral awardAbdijzaal

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Parallel Session 3


Health behaviour

Chair: Marijn de Bruin

Behaviour change techniques associated with smoking cessation in intervention and comparator groups of randomised controlled trials: a systematic review and meta-regression
Marijn de Bruin
Smoking-related social control in Indonesian single-smoker couples
Tyas Ayuningtyas
A planning intervention to quit smoking in single-smoking couples: does partner involvement improve effectiveness?
Anne Buitenhuis
Sit happens: exploring the dynamics of sitting and standing at work.
Pam ten Broeke
Is there a potential for music listening to be used in reducing overeating?
Annemieke van den Tol



Chair: Jos Bosch

Public and experienced stigma and quality of life outcomes in people living with HIV in the Netherlands: The mediating role of self-stigma
Sarah Stutterheim
Contextual correlates of loneliness in adolescents
Neda Bayat
Explaining health inequalities: The role of stress, psychological capital and time perspective.
Karen Schelleman-Offermans
Experimental inflammation affects cognitive processes linked to depression and severe fatigue
Jos Bosch
Change in psychological functioning and well-being before and after bariatric surgery; what is the benefit of being self-compassionate?
Johanna Pyykkö


Health psychology in patient populations

Chair: Thomas Reijnders

Why do patients engage in pain behaviors? A qualitative study examining the perspective of patients and partners
Fatemeh Akbari
Recovery to pre-burn HRQL during 18 months following burns: Effects of burn severity and PTSD symptomen
Elise Boersma
Process evaluation of a combined exercise and dietary intervention in women with ovarian cancer during or after chemotherapy treatment
Meeke Hoedjes
The relationship between disease-specific fears, physical activity, and brain activations to dyspnea in patient with COPD
Thomas Reijnders
Informing cancer patients about symptom distress: The INSTRUCT project
Vicky Lehmann

Parallel Session 4


Emotions and cognitive processes in individuals with disordered eating

Chair: Lot Sternheim

Depressive symptoms rather than executive functioning predict treatment outcome in Binge Eating Disorder
Alexandra Dingemans
The role of depressive symptoms in decision making across patients with anorexia nervosa, somatic symptom disorder, unipolar and bipolar depressive disorder
Unna Danner
Anxiety and emotion processing in women with anorexia nervosa
Lot Sternheim
Does anxiety affect assessment of body image in anorexia nervosa?
Anouk Keizer


New insights and methods for using financial incentives for behavioral change

Chair: Talia Cohen-Rodriguez

Discussant: Prof. Andrea Evers

One size fits all? Designing financial incentives tailored to individual economic preferences
Stefan Lipman
Material incentives and active health behavior change interventions to promote short-term and long-term weight loss: a meta-analysis
Milon van Vliet
PERSIST trial – protocol of a randomized controlled trial on personalised incentives for supporting tobacco cessation among health care employees
Nienke Boderie


Self regulation

Chair: Nynke van der Laan

Diabetes self-care in daily life: a qualitative study on goal conflict management in emerging adults with diabetes
Esther Sulkers
’Eat dessert first’: Early adversity and its associations with health (risk) behaviors and future misery discounting
Karlijn Massar
Can we have a second serving? A replication study on the neurobiological mechanisms underlying self-control
Nynke van der Laan
Nobody is perfect: Intervening in the aftermath of self-regulation failure
Marieke Adriaanse

Parallel Session 5


Environmental influences on eating behavior

Chair: Laurens van Gestel

You are invited: developing new interactive nudges to increase vegetable choice
Marleen Gillebaart
How do served portion sizes affect later food intake? The role of social consumption norms
Sanne Raghoebar
Neighbourhood norms as a mediating pathway between fast food exposure and consumption
Sofie van Rongen
Food in motion: Selling an attractive snack at the right urban spot to nudge people towards healthier snacking behavior
Caroline Schlinkert


Research in children: special issues in pediatric psychology

Chairs: Martha Grootenhuis & Chris Verhaak

Psychological correlates in patients with a rare disease: a scoping review focused on mitochondrial disorders
Kim van de Loo
Developing a sibling specific module of an existing online group intervention: Op Koers Online
Mala Joosten
Single case experiment targeting fatigue in children with mitochondrial disease: the PowerMe study
Inge-Lot Klein
Psychosocial difficulties in Dutch young adult survivors of childhood cancer
Loes van Erp


From science to product: challenges and setbacks in developing digital tools for
informal caregivers 

Chair: Anne Looijmans

The road from interviews and focus groups to a digital eHealth tool
Anne Looijmans
The eHealth self-management application “Oncokompas” for partners of cancer patients: the development process and randomized controlled trial
Anouk Schuit
Experiences and lessons-learned with the development, evaluation and implementation of “Hold on, for each other”
Nadine Köhle
Developing a sustainable implementation strategy and business model for Partner in Balance
Lizzy Boots & Hannah Christie