Below, you will find a list of publications. First, you will find my personal publications about the broad topic of "alcohol and interpersonal communication". Next, you will see a list of scientific articles on the topic of "alcohol and social media". 

Publications Hanneke Hendriks on alcohol and interpersoonlijke communication



Hendriks, H., Gebhard, W. A., & Van den Putte, B. (2017). Alcohol-related posts from young people on social networking sites: Content and motivations. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 20, 428-435.



Hendriks, H., De Bruijn, G.-J, Meehan, O., Van den Putte, B. (2016). Online and offline conversations about alcohol: Comparing the effects of familiar and unfamiliar discussion partners. Journal of Health Communication, 21, 734-742.


Hendriks, H. (2016). Praten over alcohol: Is spreken zilver en zwijgen goud? In-Mind Magazine, 3.




Hendriks, H., & De Bruijn, G.-J. (2015). What do students talk about when they talk about alcohol. Health Behavior and Policy Review, 2, 232-242.


Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., & De Bruijn, G.-J. (2015). Subjective reality: The influence of perceived and objective conversational valence on binge drinking determinants. Journal of Health Communication, 20, 859-866 .




Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., De Bruijn, G.-J., & De Vreese, C. H. (2014). Predicting health: The interplay between interpersonal communication and health campaigns. Journal of Health Communication, 1, 1-12.


Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., & De Bruijn, G.-J. (2014). Changing the conversation: The influence of emotions on conversational valence and alcohol consumption. Prevention Science, 15, 684-693.




Hendriks, H., De Bruijn, G.-J., & Van den Putte, B. (2012). Talking about alcohol consumption: Health campaigns, conversational valence, and binge drinking intentions. British Journal of Health Psychology, 17, 843–853.




Hendriks, H., Van den Putte, B., De Bruijn, G.-J., & De Vreese, C. H. (2011). Talk about alcohol use: The role of interpersonal communication within health campaign effects. Psychology & Health, 26, 263. (Abstract)

Scientific articles on alcohol and sociale media


Atkinson, A. M., Ross-Houle, K. M., Begley, E., & Sumnall, H. (2017). An exploration of alcohol advertising on social networking sites: an analysis of content, interactions and young people’s perspectives. Addiction Research & Theory, 25(2), 91-102.

Boyle, S. C., Earle, A. M., LaBrie, J. W., Ballou, K. (2017). Facebook dethroned: Revealing the more likely social media destinations for college students' depictions of underage drinking. Addictive behaviors, 65, 63-67.

Brunborg, G. S., Andreas, J. B., & Kvaavik, E. (2017). Social media use and episodic heavy drinking among adolescents. Psychological reports, 120(3), 475-490.

Brunelle, C., & Hopley, A. A. (2017). The role of drinking norms and social networking sites on alcohol consumption in university students. Journal of Substance Use, 1-7.

Costello, C. R., & Ramo, D. E. (2017). Social media and substance use: what should we be recommending to teens and their parents? Journal of Adolescent Health, 60(6), 629-630.

Carah, N., Meurk, C., Males, M., & Brown, J. (2017). Emerging social media ‘platform’approaches to alcohol marketing: a comparative analysis of the activity of the top 20 Australian alcohol brands on Facebook (2012-2014). Critical Public Health, 1-11.

Cranwell, J., Britton, J., & Bains, M. (2017). “F* ck It! Let’s Get to Drinking—Poison our Livers!”: a Thematic Analysis of Alcohol Content in Contemporary YouTube MusicVideos. International journal of behavioral medicine, 24(1), 66-76.

Critchlow, N., Moodie, C., Bauld, L., Bonner, A., & Hastings, G. (2017). Awareness of, and participation with, user-created alcohol promotion, and the association with higher-risk drinking in young adults. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 11(2).

D'amico, E. J., Martino, S. C., Collins, R. L., Shadel, W. G., Tolpadi, A., Kovalchik, S., & Becker, K. M. (2017). Factors associated with younger adolescents’ exposure to online alcohol advertising. Psychology of addictive behaviors, 31(2), 212.

Elmore, K. C., Scull, T. M., & Kupersmidt, J. B. (2017). Media as a “super peer”: how adolescents interpret media messages predicts their perception of alcohol and tobacco use norms. Journal of youth and adolescence, 46(2), 376-387.

Groth, G. G., Longo, L. M., & Martin, J. L. (2017). Social media and college student risk behaviors: A mini-review. Addictive behaviors, 65, 87-91.

Gupta, H., Pettigrew, S., Lam, T., & Tait, R. J. (2017). How alcohol marketing engages users with alcohol brand content on Facebook: an Indian and Australian perspective. Critical Public Health, 1-10.

Hendriks, H., Gebhardt, W. A., & Van den Putte, B. (2017). Alcohol-related posts from young people on social networking sites: Content and motivations. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 20, 428-435.

Hoffman, E. W., Austin, E. W., Pinkleton, B. E., & Austin, B. W. (2017). An exploration of the associations of alcohol-related social media use and message interpretation outcomes to problem drinking among college students. Health communication, 32(7), 864-871.

Jernigan, D. H., Padon, A., Ross, C., & Borzekowski, D. (2017). Self‐Reported Youth and Adult Exposure to Alcohol Marketing in Traditional and Digital Media: Results of a Pilot Survey. Alcoholism: clinical and experimental research, 41(3), 618-625.

Jones, S. C., Jones, S. C., Pettigrew, S., Pettigrew, S., Biagioni, N., Biagioni, N., ... & Stafford, J. (2017). Young adults, alcohol and Facebook: a synergistic relationship. Journal of Social Marketing, 7(2), 172-187.

Kerr, B., Yi, A., & Moreno, M. (2017). Gender Differences in College Students’ Representations of Alcohol in Facebook Status Updates. Journal of Adolescent Health, 60(2), 76.

Krauss, M. J., Grucza, R. A., Bierut, L. J., & Cavazos-Rehg, P. A. (2017). “Get drunk. Smoke weed. Have fun.”: A content analysis of tweets about marijuana and alcohol. American Journal of Health Promotion, 31(3), 200-208.

Lobstein, T., Landon, J., Thornton, N., & Jernigan, D. (2017). The commercial use of digital media to market alcohol products: a narrative review. Addiction, 112, 21-27.

Nesi, J., Rothenberg, W. A., Hussong, A. M., & Jackson, K. M. (2017). Friends' alcohol-related social networking site activity predicts escalations in adolescent drinking: Mediation by peer norms. Journal of Adolescent Health, 60(6), 641-647.

Niland, P., McCreanor, T., Lyons, A. C., & Griffin, C. (2017). Alcohol marketing on social media: young adults engage with alcohol marketing on facebook. Addiction Research & Theory, 25(4), 273-284.

Pegg, K. J., O'Donnell, A. W., Lala, G., & Barber, B. L. (2017). The role of online social identity in the relationship between alcohol-related content on social networking sites and adolescent alcohol use. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking.

Romo, L. K., Thompson, C. M., & Donovan, E. E. (2017). College Drinkers’ Privacy Management of Alcohol Content on Social-Networking Sites. Communication Studies, 68(2), 173-189.

Wombacher, K., Reno, J. E., & Veil, S. R. (2017). NekNominate: social norms, social media, and binge drinking. Health communication, 32(5), 596-602.


Atkinson, A.M., Ross-Houle, K.M., Begley, E., & Sumnall, H. (2016). An       exploration of alcohol advertising on social networking sites: an analysis of content, interactions and young people’s perspectives. Addiction Research & Theory, 1-12.

Beullens, K., & Vandenbosch, L. (2016). A conditional process analysis on the relationship between the use of social networking sites, attitudes, peer norms, and adolescents' intentions to consume alcohol. Media Psychology,19(2), 310-333.

Boyle, S.C., LaBrie, J.W., Froidevaux, N.M., & Witkovic, Y.D. (2016). Different digital paths to the keg? How exposure to peers’ alcohol-related social media content influences drinking among male and female first-year college students. Addictive Behaviors, 57, 21-29.

Marczinski, C.A., Hertzenberg, H., Goddard, P., Maloney, S.F., Stamates, A.L., & O’Connor, K. (2016). Alcohol-related Facebook activity predicts alcohol use patterns in college students. Addiction Research & Theory, 1-8.

Moreno, M.A., D’Angelo, J., & Whitehill, J. (2016). Social media and alcohol: Summary of research, intervention ideas and future study directions. Media and Communication, 4(3), 50-59.

Rodriguez, L.M., Litt, D., Neighbors, C., & Lewis, M.A. (2016). I'm a social (network) drinker: Alcohol-related Facebook posts, drinking identity, and alcohol use. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 35(2), 107-129.

Thompson, C. M., & Romo, L. K. (2016). College students’ drinking and posting about alcohol: Forwarding a model of motivations, behaviors, and  consequences. Journal of Health Communication, 1-8.

Westgate, E.C., & Holliday, J. (2016). Identity, influence, and intervention: The roles of social media in alcohol use. Current Opinion in Psychology, 9, 27-32.

Wombacher, K., Reno, J.E., & Veil, S.R. (2016). Neknominate: Social norms, social media, and binge drinking, Health Communication, 22, 1-7.


Alhabash, S., McAlister, A. R., Quilliam, E. T., Richards, J. I., & Lou, C. (2015). Alcohol's       getting a bit more social: When alcohol marketing messages on Facebook increase young adults’ intentions to imbibe. Mass Communication and Society, 18(3), 350-375.


Boulianne, S. (2015). Social media use and participation: A meta-analysis of current research. Information, Communication & Society, 18(5), 524-538.

Critchlow, N., Moodie, C., Bauld, L., Bonner, A., & Hastings, G. (2015). Awareness of, and participation with, digital alcohol marketing, and the association with frequency of high episodic drinking among young adults. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 1-9.

Hebden, R., Lyons, A.C., Goodwin, I., McCreanor, T. (2015). “When you add alcohol, it gets that much better”: University students, alcohol consumption, and online drinking  cultures. Journal of Drug Issues, 45(2), 214-226.

University of Rochester. (2015, October 28). New technology can mine data from Instagram     to monitor teenage drinking patterns.ScienceDaily. Retrieved October 20, 2016 from   


D’Angelo, J., Kerr, B., & Moreno, M.A. (2014). Facebook displays as predictors of binge drinking: From the virtual to the visceral. Bulletin of Science, technology & Society, 34(5-6), 159-169.

Hoffman, E.W., Pinkleton, B.E., Weintraub Austin, E., & Reyes-Velázquez, W. (2014). Exploring college students’ use of general and alcohol-related social media and their associations with alcohol-related behaviors. Journal of American College Health, 62(5), 328-335.

Huang, G.C., Unger, J.B., Soto, D., Fujimoto, K., Pentz, M.A., Jordan-Marsch, M., &    Valente, T.W. (2014). Peer influences: The impact of online and offline friendship networks on adolescent smoking and alcohol use. Journal of Adolescent Health, 54(5), 508-514.

Moreno, M.A., & Whitehill, J.M. (2014). Influence of social media on alcohol use in adolescents and young adults. Alcohol Research, 36(1), 91-100.

Niland, P., Lyons, A.C., Goodwin, I., & Hutton, F. (2014). ‘See it doesn’t look pretty does it? Young adults’ airbrushed drinking practices on Facebook. Psychology and Health, 29(8), 877-895.

Pumper, M. A., & Moreno, M. A. (2014). Identifying high-risk alcohol users in first-year  college students: Attitude, intention and Facebook. Journal of Alcohol & Drug Dependence, 1(5), 128

Van Hoof, J.J., Bekkers, J., & van Vuuren, M. (2014). Son, you’re smoking on Facebook! College students’ disclosures on social networking sites as indicators of real-life risk behaviors. Computers in Human Behavior, 34, 249-257.

Westgate, E.C., Neighbours, C., Heppner, H., Jahn, S., & Lindgren, K.P. (2014). “I will take a shot for every ‘like’ I get on this status”: Posting alcohol-related Facebook content is linked to drinking outcomes. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 75(3), 390-398.



Beullens, K., & Schepers, A. (2013). Display of alcohol use on Facebook: A content analysis. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16(7), 497-503.

Fournier, A.K., Hall, E., Ricke, P., & Storey, B. (2013). Alcohol and the social network: Online social networking sites and college students’ drinking norms. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 2(2), 86-95.

McCreanor, T., Lyons, A., Griffin, C., Goodwin, I., Barnes, H., & Hutton, F. (2013). Youth     drinking cultures, social networking and alcohol marketing: Implications for public health. Critical Public Health, 23(1), 110- 120.

Moreno, M.A., D’Angelo, J., Kacvinsky, L.E., Kerr, B., Zhang, C., & Eickhoff, J. (2013). Emergence and predictors of alcohol reference displays on Facebook during the first year of college. Computers in Human Behavior, 30, 87-94.

Winpenny, E.M., Marteau, T.M., & Nolte, E. (2013). Exposure of children and adolescents to   alcohol marketing on social media websites. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 49(2), 154-159.


Glassman, T. (2012). Implications for college students posting pictures of themselves drinking alcohol on Facebook. Journal of Alcohol & Drug Education, 56(1), 38-58.

Moreno, M.A., Christakis, D.A., Egan, K.G., Brockman, L.N., & Becker, T. (2012). Associations between displayed alcohol references on Facebook and problem drinking    among college students. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 166(2), 157-163.

Morgan, E.M., Snelson, C., & Elison-Bowers, P. (2010). Image and video disclosure of substance use on social media websites. Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 1405-1411.

Ridout, B., Campbell, A., & Ellis, L. (2012). ‘Off your Face(book)’: Alcohol in online social     identity construction and its relation to problem drinking in university students. Drug and Alcohol Reviews, 31, 20-26.


Egan, K.G., & Moreno, M.A. (2011). Alcohol references on undergraduate males’ Facebook profiles. American Journal of Men’s Health, 5(5), 413-420.


Fischer, P., Greitemeyer, T., Kastenmüller, A., Vogrincic, C., & Sauer, A. (2011). The effects of risk-glorifying media exposure on risk-positive cognitions, emotions, and behaviors:   a meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 137(3), 367-390.

Fournier, A.K., Clarke, S.W. (2011). Do college students use Facebook to communicate about alcohol? An analysis of student profile pages. Cyberpsychology, 5(2), 1-12.

Litt, D.M., & Stock, M.L. (2011). Adolescent alcohol-related risk cognitions: The roles of social norms and social networking sites. Psychology of Addictive Behavior,25(4), 708-713.


Griffiths, R., & Casswell, S. (2010). Intoxigenic digital spaces? Youth, social networking sites and alcohol marketing. Drug and Alcohol Review, 29, 525-530.

Moreno, M.A., Briner, L.R., Williams, A., Brockman, L., Walker, L., & Christakis, D.A. (2010). A content analysis of displayed alcohol references on a social networking website. Journal of Adolescent Health, 47(2), 168-175.

Perkins, H.W., Linkenbach, J.W., Lewis, M.A., & Neighbours, C. (2010). Effectiveness of social norms media marketing in reducing drinking and driving: A statewide campaign. Addictive Behaviors 35, 866-874.


Moreno, M.A., VanderStoep, A., Parks, M.R., Zimmerman, F.J., Kurth, A, & Christakis, C.A. (2009). Reducing at-risk adolescents’ display of risk behaviour on a social networking web site: A randomized controlled pilot intervention. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 163(1), 35-41.

Moreno, M.A., Parks, M.R., Zimmerman, F.J., Brito, T.E., & Christakis, D.A. (2009). Display   of health risk behaviors on myspace by adolescents. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescents Medicine, 163(1), 27-34.

Moreno, M.A., Briner, L.R., Williams, A., Walker, L., & Christakis, D.A. (2009). Real use or “real cool”: Adolescents speak out about displayed alcohol references on social networking websites. Journal of Adolescent health, 45, 420-422.


Peluchette, J., & Karl, K. (2008). Social networking profiles: An examination of student attitudes regarding use and appropriateness of content. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 11(1), 95-97.

Veni-project: Alcohol on Social Networking Sites

This project investigates how much and why young adolescents talk about alcohol on Social Networking Sites (SNS), as well as the effects of alcohol-related Facebook posts on young adolescents´ alcohol consumption and when these effects occur. Subsequently, an intervention-plan will be developed and tested to counteract the detrimental effects of alcohol-related posts on SNS.

Alcohol and Social Networking sites

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