Hieronder volgt een lijst aan publicaties. Allereerst ziet u mijn persoonlijke publicaties over het bredere onderwerp "alcohol en interpersoonlijke communicatie". Vervolgens ziet u een lijst met wetenschappelijke artikelen over het onderwerp "alcohol en sociale media".

Publicaties Hanneke Hendriks over alcohol en interpersoonlijke communicatie

2017

 

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.

2016                                       

 

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.

 

2015                                    

 

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 .

                       

2014                                      

 

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.

 

2012                                      

 

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.

 

2011                                       

 

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)

Wetenschappelijke publicaties over alcohol en sociale media

2017

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.

2016

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.

2015

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             www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/10/151028130856.htm

2014

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.

 

2013

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.

2012

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.

2011

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.

2010

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.

2009

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.

2008

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.

Alcohol en Sociale Netwerk sites

Veni-project: Alcohol op Sociale Netwerk Sites

Dit project onderzoekt hoe vaak en waarom jongeren praten over alcohol op Sociale Netwerk Sites (SNS), alsmede de effecten van verschillende alcoholberichten op SNS op alcoholconsumptie, en wanneer deze effecten plaatsvinden. Vervolgens wordt een interventieplan ontwikkeld en getest om de schadelijke effecten van alcohol-gerelateerde SNS-berichten tegen te gaan.

Veni-project: Alcohol op Sociale Netwerk Sites

Dit project onderzoekt hoe vaak en waarom jongeren praten over alcohol op Sociale Netwerk Sites (SNS), alsmede de effecten van verschillende alcoholberichten op SNS op alcoholconsumptie, en wanneer deze effecten plaatsvinden. Vervolgens wordt een interventieplan ontwikkeld en getest om de schadelijke effecten van alcohol-gerelateerde SNS-berichten tegen te gaan.