Preliminary Conference Program


March 25

Monday Morning

09.15 - 10.00

Welcome, registration & coffee

10.00 - 10.15

Conference opening

10.15 - 11.15

Keynote presentation

11.15 - 11.30

Coffee & tea break

11.30 - 12.45

12.45 - 13.45

Lunch break

Parallel Session 1 / Symposium 1 / 11.30 - 12.45 / Room: Apostel 1

New developments in stigma research: Towards a better understanding of processes involved in the production and reduction of stigma across domains

It's your own fault: The effect of attribution style on stigma in the context of chronic pain

Kai Karos

Mental health stigma: Cultural differences and healthcare challenges

Michèle D. Birtel

“What can her body do?”: Reducing weight stigma by appreciating another person’s body functionality

Jessica Alleva

The effect of enacted and internalized stigma on mental health and wellbeing in sexual and gender minorities

Jan Behrens

Parallel Session 1 / Symposium 2 / 11.30 - 12.45 / Room: St. Martinus

Construction and validation of measurement tools: pitfalls, challenges and new developments

Everything All At Once: Mapping Lay Beliefs about Self-Control

Jinyao Li

Development of a measurement instrument for a broad approach of health

Mirte Boelens & Cheryl Roumen

State or Trait? How to assess the temporal stability of psychological constructs

Paul Lodder

After the End of Construct Validity: Thinking About and Studying How Psychological Measurement Instruments Work

Gjalt-Jorn Peters

Parallel Session 1 / Symposium 3 / 11.30 - 12.45 / Room: Steineberg

Creating new opportunities to improve cancer care

Numbers or narratives? Perceptions of cancer patients on receiving patient reported outcome measures on health related quality of life

Saar Hommes

Determinants of Adherence to the Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity guideline, Readiness for Change, and a Perceived need for Support in Post-Menopausal Breast Cancer Survivors

Nina Fennema

Effects of prognostic communication strategies on patient outcomes: an experimental study in advanced cancer

Ellen Smets

A goal without a plan is just a wish. Creating a personalized aftercare plan for breast cancer patients supported by a new patient decision aid.

Anneleen Klaassen-Dekker

Parallel Session 1 / Symposium 4 / 11.30 - 12.45 / Room: B One

Virtual Reality in health care and research: Current status and future directions.

Underlying mechanisms of Virtual Reality Therapies in acute and chronic pain management: a systematic review

Christina Bode

Changing your lifestyle with virtual reality: a scoping review of interventions for people with chronic- or life-threatening somatic conditions

Judith Austin

Beyond Hospital Walls: A serious game that empowers pediatric patients and their parents in their preparation process for a hospital visit

Charlotte Poot

Shaping health behaviors beyond reality: A full body illusion to experience the consequences of unhealthy snacking

Charlotte Poot

March 25

Monday Afternoon

13.45 - 15.00

15.00 - 15.15

Coffee & tea break​

15.15 - 16.15


16.15 - 16.30

Coffee & tea break

16.30 - 17.45


Social activity & Conference dinner

Parallel Session 2 / Roundtable 5 / 13.45 - 15.00 / Room: Apostel 1

Roundtable - The Behavioural Science of Pandemic Preparedness

Floor Kroese

Parallel Session 2 / Symposium 6 / 13.45 - 15.00 / Room: St. Martinus

Novel e-health approaches: Challenges and future directions

Opening Up or Not? Early findings from an iterative usability test of a decision aid to support students and staff at a Dutch University in their decision whether to disclose their mental health issues.

Thomas Gültzow

The Privacy Calculus in the context of novel health technology for infectious diseases: the role of disease severity and technology’s evidence base for effectiveness in adoption and voluntary health data-sharing

Nynke van der Laan

Titel will follow

Social Perceptions Going Online: Exploring the Impact of Social Media Food Content Exposure on Perceptions of Food Norm

Kaiyang Qin

Parallel Session 2 / Symposium 7 / 13.45 - 15.00 / Room: Steineberg

Cognitive biases for pain-related information: Current challenges and future directions

PainFlex validation study: The impact of attention alignment for pain on experimental pain outcomes.

Justine Mac Goris

Emotional memory bias in adolescents with chronic pain: Examining the relationship with neural, stress, and psychological factors

Emma Biggs

Attentional biases for somatosensory stimuli in individuals with chronic pain; novel and emerging research

Daniel Schoth

Investigating pain-related cognitive biases using ABIB-VR paradigm

Joey Xu

Parallel Session 2 / Symposium 8 / 13.45 - 15.00 / Room: B One

Healthier food choices: Novel approaches and future interventions.

Correcting the misperceived social eating norm to dispel pluralistic ignorance and increase sustainable food choices: A field experiment

Reinoud Moojen

The experimental effects of health, climate and animal welfare arguments to lower individual meat intake, on self-reported meat consumption after two weeks.

Arie Dijkstra

Nudging Healthier Snacks at the Checkout of a Supermarket in a Deprived Neighborhood in the Netherlands

Loes van den Bekerom

Personalizing digital “just-in-time” nudges for healthier food choice: A randomized controlled trial.

Rachelle de Vries

Parallel Session 3 / Symposium 9 / 16.30 - 17.45 / Room: Apostel 1

Let's move: In search of determinants to increase physcial activity and quality of life.

A scoping review on the conceptualization, operationalization and role of identity in physical activity and smoking in individuals aged forty-five and over

Kristell Penfornis

The effect of identity-based interventions on physical activity- and smoking-related identities, and behavior: A systematic review

Milon van Vliet

Predicting clusters of physical activities – exploratory findings from an ecological momentary assessment study.

Maya Braun

Explaining the role of health-related quality of life and disabilities in social and emotional loneliness among older adults: a longitudinal study

Janet Boekhout

Parallel Session 3 / Symposium 10 / 16.30 - 17.45 / Room: St. Martinus

Tackling Unhealthy Eating Behaviors for the Promotion of Physical and Mental Well-being

The association between Mediterranean diet, fruit and vegetable consumption, mental well-being, and quality of life in Dutch adults.

Inge van der Wurff

Studying the content and role of cognitions in binge eating with fine grained EMA

Lotte Lemmens

Can we optimize exposure therapy via sleep?

Ghislaine Schyns

Obesity and overweight: from group to individual

Jikke Hesen

Parallel Session 3 / Roundtable 11 / 16.30 - 17.45 / Room: Steineberg

Roundtable: From theory to assessment: how to avoid getting lost in translation?

Dimitri Van Ryckeghem

Parallel Session 3 / Symposium 12 / 16.30 - 17.45 / Room: B One

In search of factors increasing effectivenes of e-health approaches

Bridging the Gap: Evaluating and enhancing the inclusive eHealth guide for tailored interventions in lower socioeconomic position populations

Isra Al-Dhahir

Exploring facilitators and barriers in the implementation of a complex eHealth intervention by public-private partnership in clinical practice – a multicentre qualitative analysis using the CFIR

Renée IJzerman

Titel will follow

Co-creative multistakeholder study to enhance the effectiveness of eHealth interventions for remote cardiac patient management

Sara Hondmann

March 26

Tuesday Morning

08.45 - 09.30

ARPH Members' Meeting - Room: Apostel 1

09.30 - 10.15

PhD Award

10.15 - 11.15

Keynote lecture - Gera Nagelhout

11.15 - 11.30

Coffee & tea break

11.30 - 12.45

12.45 - 13.45


Parallel Session 4 / Symposium 13 / 11.30 - 12.45 / Room: B One

Participatory Research: Experiences, challenges, and opportunities

Title will follow - Hermans

Title will follow - Heijligenberg

Title will follow - Zimmermann

Parallel Session 4 / Roundtable 14 / 11.30 - 12.45 / Room: St. Martinus

Roundtable: Building bridges between health psychologists to reduce health inequalities in research and practice

Nynke van der Laan

Parallel Session 4 / Symposium 15 / 11.30 - 12.45 / Room: Steineberg

Health psychology and cardiovascular behavioral medicine: New directions in eHealth interventions focusing on biobehavioral mechanisms and clinical outcomes

Heart rate variability during a behavior change program: The association with health behaviors

Tom Roovers

Lifestyle behaviour change of patients following cardiac rehabilitation: One-year follow-up data from the BENEFIT intervention study

Linda Breeman

Behavior change techniques in eHealth-based cardiac rehabilitation: A systematic review of behavior-specific applications and effectiveness

Emma Douma

Association of Technology-related Skills and Self-efficacy with Willingness to Participate in Heart Failure Telemonitoring

Sharon Cuppen

Parallel Session 4 / Symposium 16 / 11.30 - 12.45 / Room: Steineberg

Covid 19: Past, current and future

Psychosocial determinants of handwashing and physical distancing behaviour during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Netherlands: a longitudinal analysis

Carlijn Bussemakers

Who develops long COVID? Longitudinal evidence from a Dutch representative sample using the LISS panel

Gaëtan Mertens

One-Year Trajectories of Physical and Mental Health-Related Quality of Life in COVID-19 Survivors

Gerko Schaap

Unprecedented and Unpredictable: A systematic review exploring the impact of COVID-19 policy stringency on mental health to inform future pandemic preparedness

Keenan Ramsey

March 26

Tuesday Afternoon

13.45 - 15.15

Senior Workshop - Room: Apostel 1

Workshop PhD Students - Room: St Martinus

15.15 - 15.30

Coffee break

15.30 - 16.45

16.45 - 17.00

Conference closing, best poster & best presentation awards

Parallel Session 5 / Symposium 17 / 15.30 - 16.45 / Room: Apostel 1

New advances in understanding, measuring, and treating fatigue in medical conditions

Fatigue after acquired brain injury and its association with personality traits

Bert Lenaert

Towards vitality: A cognitive bias modification e-Health intervention to counter fatigue inc chronic kidney disease patients (VitalMe) and breast cancer patients (IVY)

Marcel Pieterse

Evaluation of fatigue assessment items: a discriminant content validity study in a transdiagnostic chronic medical population

Sarah Maes

Fatigue in all stages of chronic kidney disease: patients’ experiences and needs for support

Eline Schade van Westrum

Parallel Session 5 / Symposium 18 / 15.30 - 16.45 / Room: St. Martinus

In search of predictors for pain, fatigue and functional status ans prescription behaviour

Association of pain catastrophizing and illness perception with functional status in people undergoing total joint replacement

Julius Evelley

Coping with a dead end by relying on your own compass: A qualitative study on illness and treatment models in the context of fibromyalgia

Maité Van Alboom

The role of lifestyle factors in the severity and course of fatigue over time in patients with inflammatory bowel disease: A person-centered approach

Quirine Bredero

A systematic scoping review of determinants of and interventions for Proton Pump Inhibitor prescription behavior

Laurens van Gestel

Parallel Session 5 / Symposium 19 / 15.30 - 16.45 / Room: Steineberg

Understanding why people adhere to governmental regulations and health care prescriptions

Determinants of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Discontinuation among Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Global Systematic Review

Haoyi Wang

What predicts mpox vaccination uptake? It is not intention... Assessing the effect of intent-to-vaccinate versus other psychosocial determinants among men who have sex with men

Udi Davidovich

A Better Understanding of Declining Support for COVID-19 Policies Over Time: A Procedural Fairness Perspective

Frank Gootjes

The relationships between news consumption, interpersonal communication, and trust in government on adherence to behavioural regulations

Adriana Solovei

Parallel Session 5 / Symposium 20 / 15.30 - 16.45 / Room: B One

Public health interventions: In search of target constructs

The role of cognitive social capital and drinking motives in explaining disparities in alcohol use disorder symptoms: testing a moderated mediation model.

Karen Schelleman-Offermans

Exploring the Impact of Message Fatigue on Sustainable Intentions and the Mediating Roles of Reactance and Inattention in Climate Change Doom Communication.

Janna de Graaf

Redefining “Knowledge” as Target for Behavior Change Interventions: Implications for Effective Intervention Design

Gill ten Hoor

Reducing the impact of cigarette brand variant names on product appeal, choice, and use: three randomised controlled experiments

Jet Sanders

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