2023 - Research.com Psychology in Netherlands Leader Award
Hein de Vries mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Psychological intervention, Social influence, Self-efficacy and Social psychology. His Developmental psychology research includes themes of Demography, Personality and Clinical psychology. His Psychological intervention research integrates issues from Intervention, Randomized controlled trial, Health promotion, Physical therapy and Health education.
His studies deal with areas such as Peer group and Environmental health as well as Social influence. His work carried out in the field of Self-efficacy brings together such families of science as Test, Stepwise regression, Cognition and Family medicine. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from Theory of planned behavior, Social epidemiology, Similarity, Public health and Socioeconomic status.
His primary areas of study are Psychological intervention, Intervention, Developmental psychology, Randomized controlled trial and Environmental health. His Psychological intervention research includes elements of Gerontology, Applied psychology, Health promotion, Behavior change and Self-efficacy. The Self-efficacy study combines topics in areas such as Cross-sectional study and Clinical psychology.
His research in Intervention is mostly concerned with Tailored Intervention. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social influence, Social psychology, Structural equation modeling and Cognition. In his study, Demography is inextricably linked to Logistic regression, which falls within the broad field of Randomized controlled trial.
Hein de Vries focuses on Psychological intervention, Environmental health, Developmental psychology, Public health and Intervention. His research in Psychological intervention intersects with topics in Logistic regression, Recommender system, Randomized controlled trial, User experience design and Physical therapy. The Randomized controlled trial study which covers Family medicine that intersects with Abstinence.
His Environmental health research incorporates elements of Tobacco control and Generalized estimating equation. His work on Mediation as part of general Developmental psychology research is frequently linked to Computer technology, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Hein de Vries combines subjects such as Digital health, Applied psychology, Behavior change and Health promotion with his study of Intervention.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental health, Psychological intervention, Focus group, Demography and Developmental psychology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Tobacco control, Primary health care, Etiology and Depression in addition to Environmental health. Hein de Vries integrates several fields in his works, including Psychological intervention and Implicit association.
Hein de Vries has researched Focus group in several fields, including Self-esteem and Information needs. Within one scientific family, Hein de Vries focuses on topics pertaining to Socioeconomic status under Demography, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Mental health. His Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Structural equation modeling and Social group.
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Self-efficacy: the third factor besides attitude and subjective norm as a predictor of behavioural intentions
Hein de Vries;Margo Dijkstra;Piet Kuhlman.
Health Education Research (1988)
Parenting style and adolescent fruit consumption.
Stef P.J Kremers;Johannes Brug;Johannes Brug;Hein de Vries;Rutger C.M.E Engels.
The impact of a computer-tailored nutrition intervention.
Johannes Brug;Ingrid Steenhuis;Patricia van Assema;Hein de Vries.
Preventive Medicine (1996)
Computer-tailored interventions motivating people to adopt health promoting behaviours: introduction to a new approach
Hein de Vries;Johannes Brug.
Patient Education and Counseling (1999)
The impact of social influences in the context of attitude, self-efficacy, intention, and previous behavior as predictors of smoking onset
Hein De Vries;Esther Backbier;Gerjo Kok;Margo Dijkstra.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (1995)
The European Smoking prevention Framework Approach (EFSA): an example of integral prevention
Hein de Vries;Aart Mudde;Ingrid Leijs;Anne Charlton.
Health Education Research (2003)
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)
Psychosocial determinants of fruit and vegetable consumption.
Johannes Brug;Lilian Lechner;Hein De Vries.
Parents’ and friends’ smoking status as predictors of smoking onset: findings from six European countries
Hein de Vries;Rutger Engels;Stef Kremers;Joyce Wetzels.
Health Education Research (2003)
The general public's information needs and perceptions regarding hereditary cancer: an application of the Integrated Change Model.
Hein de Vries;Ilse Mesters;Hermanna van de Steeg;Cora Honing.
Patient Education and Counseling (2005)
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