Her primary areas of study are Health promotion, Intervention, Physical therapy, Developmental psychology and Randomized controlled trial. Her work carried out in the field of Health promotion brings together such families of science as Psychological intervention, Gerontology and Evidence-based medicine. The various areas that Catherine Bolman examines in her Evidence-based medicine study include Evidence-based practice, Applied psychology and Social marketing.
Her studies in Physical therapy integrate themes in fields like Logistic regression and Intention-to-treat analysis. Within one scientific family, Catherine Bolman focuses on topics pertaining to Social psychology under Developmental psychology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to The Internet. The concepts of her Randomized controlled trial study are interwoven with issues in Psychosocial and Clinical psychology.
Her main research concerns Randomized controlled trial, Physical therapy, Intervention, Psychological intervention and Clinical psychology. Her Randomized controlled trial research includes elements of Psychosocial, Cognition and Abstinence. Her Physical therapy research incorporates elements of Nicotine replacement therapy, Logistic regression, Quality of life and Smoking cessation intervention.
Her Intervention study focuses on Tailored Intervention in particular. Her Psychological intervention research incorporates themes from Web application, Social support, Gerontology and Health promotion. Her Health promotion study deals with Social psychology intersecting with Developmental psychology.
Randomized controlled trial, Physical therapy, Intervention, Psychological intervention and Clinical psychology are her primary areas of study. While the research belongs to areas of Randomized controlled trial, Catherine Bolman spends her time largely on the problem of Psychosocial, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Breast cancer, Communication and Quality. Her Physical therapy study also includes
Her Intervention research integrates issues from Grey literature, Depression and Health promotion. Catherine Bolman has researched Psychological intervention in several fields, including Body mass index, Adult population, eHealth and Decisional conflict. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Association, Nicotine dependence, Mean age and Chronic disease.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Randomized controlled trial, Physical therapy, Psychosocial, Quality of life and Intervention. Catherine Bolman has included themes like Psychological intervention, Cancer, Breast cancer and Clinical psychology in her Randomized controlled trial study. Her Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Intervention mapping and eHealth.
The various areas that Catherine Bolman examines in her Clinical psychology study include Logistic regression, Manual therapy, Neck pain, Expectancy theory and Comorbidity. Her study brings together the fields of Locus of control and Physical therapy. Her Tailored Intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, Depression, Anxiety and Quality of life.
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Cyberbullying: youngsters' experiences and parental perception.
Francine Dehue;Catherine Bolman;Trijntje Völlink.
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (2008)
Determinants of initiation and maintenance of physical activity among older adults: a literature review
Maartje M. van Stralen;Hein De Vries;Aart N. Mudde;Catherine Bolman.
Health Psychology Review (2009)
Definite involuntary childlessness: associations between coping, social support and psychological distress
Lilian Lechner;C. Bolman;A. van Dalen.
Human Reproduction (2007)
Coping with Cyberbullying: Differences Between Victims, Bully‐victims and Children not Involved in Bullying
Trijntje Völlink;Catherine A.W. Bolman;Francine Dehue;Niels C.L. Jacobs.
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology (2013)
Profiling physical activity motivation based on self-determination theory: a cluster analysis approach
Stijn Ah Friederichs;Catherine Bolman;Anke Oenema;Lilian Lechner.
BMC Psychology (2015)
Coping With Bullying at Work and Health Related Problems
Francine Dehue;Catherine Bolman;Trijntje Völlink;Mieneke Pouwelse.
International Journal of Stress Management (2012)
Cyberbullying and traditional bullying in relation to adolescents' perception of parenting.
Francine Dehue;Catherine Bolman;Trijntje Vollink;Mieneke Pouwelse.
Journal of Cybertherapy and Rehabilitation (2012)
Efficacy of a single computer-tailored e-mail for smoking cessation: results after 6 months.
Fam Te Poel;Catherine Bolman;Catherine Bolman;Astrid Reubsaet;Hein de Vries.
Health Education Research (2009)
Factors related to misperception of physical activity in The Netherlands and implications for health promotion programmes
L Lechner;C Bolman;MH Van Dijke.
Health Promotion International (2006)
Preventing smoking relapse via Web-based computer-tailored feedback: a randomized controlled trial.
Iman Elfeddali;Catherine Bolman;Math J J M Candel;Reinout W Wiers.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2012)
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