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(2019). Simulated Social Network Interventions to Promote Physical Activity: Who Should Be the Influence Agents? (Preprint). Journal of Medical Internet Research.

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(2018). An integrated model of fruit, vegetable, and water intake in young adolescents. Health Psychology.

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(2018). Opening location-based mobile ads: How openness and location congruency of location-based ads weaken negative effects of intrusiveness on brand choice. Journal of Business Research.

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(2018). Using Simulations for Exploring Interventions in Social Networks: Modeling Physical Activity Behaviour in Dutch School Classes. In Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Simultech 2018, Porto, Portugal, 29-31 July.

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(2018). A randomized controlled trial testing a social network intervention to promote physical activity among adolescents. BMC Public Health.

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(2018). Youth’s social network structures and peer influences: study protocol MyMovez project–Phase I. BMC Public Health.

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(2017). Disentangling location-based advertising: the effects of location congruency and medium type on consumers’ ad attention and brand choice. International Journal of Advertising.

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