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Sluiter, R.M.V. (author), Fekkes, M. (author), Fukkink, R.G. (author)
This study compares process quality and child functioning in Dutch center-based care and home-based care and explores the role of the dyadic caregiver-child relationship. Participants in this study included 228 children from 74 locations (154 attending center-based child care, 74 home-based child care; mean age 2.5 years). The level of emotional...
article 2023
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Regeer, H. (author), van Empelen, P. (author), Bilo, H.J.G. (author), de Koning, E.J.P. (author), Huisman, S.D. (author)
Objective. To examine the relationship between risk factors for low patient activation and change in patient activation, well-being, and health outcomes in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Method. A longitudinal prospective study was conducted with measurements at baseline and 20-week follow-up among 603 people with T2DM...
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Klein Velderman, M. (author), van Dommelen, P. (author), Pannebakker, F.D. (author), Reijneveld, S.A. (author)
Worldwide, many children experience parental separation and divorce. This has a significant impact on their well-being, and emotional and behavioral functioning, and calls for prevention. To assess the effects of the Children of Divorce Intervention Program in the Netherlands (CODIP-NL) on 6- to 8-year-olds, we performed a quasi-experimental...
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Niks, I.M.W. (author), Veldhuis, G.A. (author), Zwieten, M.H.J. (author), Sluijs, T. (author), Wiezer, N.M. (author), Wortelboer, H.M. (author)
This study demonstrates an innovative approach to capture the complexity of individual workplace well-being, improving our understanding of multicausal relationships and feedback loops involved. The literature shows that a high number of interacting factors are related to individual workplace well-being. However, many studies focus on subsets of...
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Kolner, C. (author), van der Borg, W. (author), Sanders, J. (author), Keijsers, J. (author), Joosten, M. (author), de Bruin, M. (author)
BackgroundDuring the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, key persons who were formally or informally active in community organisations and networks, such as sports clubs or cultural, educational, day care and healthcare facilities, occupied a key position between governments and citizens. However, their experiences, the dilemmas they faced...
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Boelens, M. (author), Smit, M.S. (author), Windhorst, D.A. (author), Jonkman, H.J. (author), Hosman, C.M.H. (author), Raat, H. (author), Jansen, W. (author)
Previous studies conducted mainly among adolescents have found associations between participation in sport organised leisure-time activities (OLTAs) and mental health problems (MHP). Fewer research studies have been performed to primary school-aged children and to organised non-sport OLTAs. Therefore, the objective is to examine whether there is...
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Karimi, M. (author), van der Zwaan, L. (author), Islam, K. (author), van Genabeek, J.A.G.M. (author), Rutten-van Mölken, M. (author)
Objectives. Multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) has been recommended to support policy making in healthcare. However, practical applications of MCDA are sparse. One potential use for MCDA is for the evaluation of programs for complex and vulnerable patients. These complex patients benefit from integrated care programs that span healthcare...
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Braat-Eggen, E. (author), Reinten, J. (author), Hornikx, M. (author), Kohlrausch, A. (author)
Students can be disturbed by background noise while working in an open-plan study environment. To improve the acoustic quality of open-plan study environments a study was done on the influence of different sound scenarios on students working on a typical student task, “studying for an exam”. Three sound scenarios and a quiet reference sound...
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Reuten, A.J.C. (author), Nooij, S.A.E. (author), Bos, J.E. (author), Smeets, J.B.J. (author)
Motion sickness has a dominant contribution to the broader concept of discomfort when self-motion is at issue, for example when travelling in a self-driving car. Recent studies are devoted to finding ways to mitigate motion sickness even though the relationship between the different types of scales used to measure motion sickness is largely...
conference paper 2021
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de Wind, A. (author), Beckers, D. (author), Nijp, H.H. (author), Hooftman, W. (author), de Boer, A.G.E.M. (author), Geurts, S.A.E. (author)
article 2021
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Regeer, H. (author), Nieuwenhuijse, E.A. (author), Vos, R.C. (author), Kiefte-de Jong, J.C. (author), van Empelen, P. (author), de Koning, E.J.P. (author), Bilo, H.J.G. (author), Huisman, S.D. (author)
Aims: To investigate changes in physical activity (PA) and psychological factors during societal lockdown in people with type 2 diabetes. Methods: A cross-sectional study among Dutch adults with type 2 diabetes. Data were collected using online questionnaires. A multivariate multinomial logistic regression was performed with change in PA during...
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Reuten, A.J.C. (author), Nooij, S.A.E. (author), Bos, J.E. (author), Smeets, J.B.J. (author)
To mitigate motion sickness in self-driving cars and virtual reality, one should be able to quantify its progression unambiguously. Self-report rating scales either focus on general feelings of unpleasantness or specific symptomatology. Although one generally feels worse as symptoms progress, there is anecdotal evidence suggesting a non...
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van den Heuvel, S. (author), Bouwens, L. (author), Eekhout, I. (author), Zoomer, T. (author), Hooftman, W. (author), Oude Hengel, K. (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic and associated measures immediately caused major changes in March 2020. There are signs that these changes have a negative effect on well-being. However, some studies contradict this, particularly those among the working population. The pandemic may actually turn out favorably for some groups, distorting the overall picture...
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Kraaij, W. (author), Verberne, S. (author), Koldijk, S. (author), de Korte, E. (author), van Dantzig, S. (author), Sappelli, M. (author), Shoaib, M. (author), Bosems, S. (author), Achterkamp, R. (author), Bonomi, A. (author), Schavemaker, J. (author), Hulsebosch, B. (author), Wabeke, T. (author), Vollenbroek-Hutten, M. (author), Neerincx, M. (author), Sinderen, M. (author)
Recent advances in wearable sensor technology and smartphones enable simple and affordable collection of personal analytics. This paper reflects on the lessons learned in the SWELL project that addressed the design of user-centered ICT applications for self-management of vitality in the domain of knowledge workers. These workers often have a...
article 2020
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in de Bakker, R. (author)
Children with delayed develop-ment during infancy and early childhood can experience a lifetime of challenges. Of all children living in low- and middle-income countries, about 43% are at risk for developmental delay. The effort to improve the health and well-being of children around the world begins with a single way to measure and track child...
other 2020
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Rus, D. (author), Oeij, P.R.A. (author), Pot, F.D. (author), Totterdill, P. (author)
In this article, we present an overview of European workplace innovation policy, theory, research and practice. In our review, we will first highlight the ways in which different policy, theory, empirical, and practical approaches to workplace innovation diverge and converge. Second, we will outline some potential future avenues for the field of...
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Dorresteijn, S. (author), Gladwin, T.E. (author), Eekhout, I. (author), Vermetten, E. (author), Geuze, E. (author)
Background: Childhood trauma and combat-related trauma are both associated with decreased psychosocial functioning. Coping strategies play an important role in the adjustment to traumatic events. Objective: The present study examined childhood trauma and the mediating role of coping strategies in adult psychological symptoms in a non-clinical...
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Brenninkmeijer, V. (author), Vink, M. (author), Dorenbosch, L.W. (author), Beudeker, D.A. (author), Rink, F. (author)
Using a task approach, this study examined the extent to which employee regulatory focus would “gravitate” employees towards promotion- versus prevention-oriented tasks within their jobs, and whether a subsequent regulatory fit/misfit would be associated with their well-being (i.e., mental health and job satisfaction). In a pre-study among 37...
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de Korte, E.M. (author), Wiezer, N. (author), Hanssen, J.H. (author), Vink, P. (author), Kraaij, W. (author)
Background: To improve workers’ health and well-being, workplace interventions have been developed, but utilization and reach are unsatisfactory, and effects are small. In recent years, new approaches such as mobile health (mHealth) apps are being developed, but the evidence base is poor. Research is needed to examine its potential and to assess...
article 2018
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Ham, J. (author), van Schendel, J. (author), Koldijk, S. (author), Demerouti, E. (author)
conference paper 2017
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