Scientific Publications and Conference Contributions

Recent publications

Verberne, S., Batenburg, A., Sanders, R. Van Eenbergen, M., Das, E., Lambooij, M. (Under review). Social processes of online empowerment on a cancer patient discussion form: using text mining to analyze linguistic patterns of empowerment processes.

Batenburg, A. (2017). Healthcare Workers Sharing Knowledge Online: Intrinsic Motivations and Well-Being Consequences of Participating in Social Technologies at Work. Communication Management Review, 2 (1), 104-124.

Batenburg A., Meijers, M. & Van Oosten, J. (2017). Editorial guest-editors of Special Issue on Replication Studies in Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 45 (2), 78-81.

Batenburg, A. & Bartels, J. (2017). Keeping Up Online Appearances: How Self-Disclosure on Facebook Affects Perceived Respect and Likability in the Professional Context.  Computers in Human Behavior. doi: 10.1016/j.chb.2017.04.033

Batenburg, A. & Hornikx, J.M.A. (2016). Integriteit in kwantitatief, empirisch onderzoek: het perspectief van taalbeheersers. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 38 (2), 193-200.

Hornikx, J.M.A. & Batenburg, A. (2016). Integriteit in kwantitatief, empirisch onderzoek: problemen en mogelijke oplossingen. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 38 (2), 119-131.

Vermeulen, I., Beukeboom, C. J., Batenburg, A., Avramiea, A., Stoyanov, D., Van de Velde, B., & Oegema, D. (2015). Blinded by the Light: How a Focus on Statistical “Significance” May Cause p -Value Misreporting and an Excess of p -Values Just Below .05 in Communication Science. Communication Methods and Measures, 9(4), 253–279. doi:10.1080/19312458.2015.1096333

Batenburg, A. and Das, E. (2015). Virtual support communities and psychological well-being: The role of optimistic and pessimistic social comparison strategies. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. doi: 10.1111/jcc4.12131

Batenburg, A., & Das, E. (2014). An experimental study on the effectiveness of disclosing stressful life events and support messages: when cognitive reappraisal support decreases emotional distress, and emotional support is like saying nothing at all. PloS One, 9(12), e114169. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0114169

Batenburg, A., & Das, E. (2014). Emotional approach coping and the effects of online peer-led support group participation among patients with breast cancer: a longitudinal study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(11), e256. doi:10.2196/jmir.3517

Batenburg, A. & Das, E. (2014). Emotional coping differences among breast cancer patients from an online support group: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(2):e28. doi:10.2196/jmir.2831

Vermeulen, I., Batenburg, A., Beukeboom, C., Smits, T. (2014). Breakthrough or one-hit wonder? Three attempts to replicate single-exposure musical conditioning effects on choice behavior (Gorn, 1982). Social Psychology (special issue on ‘Replications of Important Results in Social Psychology’), 45(3): 179-186. doi: 10.1027/1864-9335/a000182

Vermeulen, I., Das, E., Duiven, R., Batenburg, A., Beukeboom, C., Hoorn, J. F., and Oegema, D. (2010). Implicit Measurement Games: Using Casual Games to Measure Psychological Responses to Ads. In: R. Terlutter, S. Diehl, and S. Okazaki (Eds.) EAA Advances in Advertising Research (Vol. 1): Cutting Edge International Research. Wiesbaden: Gabler Verlag, 199-214.

Conference contributions

Batenburg, A. (2017) in collaboration with Reshape Centre of Radboud UMC. Using Internal Social Media to Stimulate Knowledge Sharing: Potential Opportunities and Risks for Employees. Abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, Universiteit Tilburg, NL.

Batenburg A. & Das, E. (2016). Does online peer support really matter? A 3-wave study on the psychological effects of virtual support community participation among breast cancer patients. Extended abstract accepted for presentation at the symposium in Augsburg-DE.

Batenburg, A. (2016). Healthcare workers sharing knowledge online: Motivations and consequences of participating in Virtual Communities of Practice. Extended abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association 2016 Fukuoka-Japan, the annual conference Social Media and Society 2016 London-UK, and the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’ 2016 Amsterdam-NL.

Batenburg, A. & Das, E. (2016). The bigger picture: Do online peer-led communities really contribute to breast cancer patients’ psychological well-being. A three-wave study. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association 2016 Fukuoka-Japan, and the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’ 2015 Antwerp-BE.

Batenburg, A. & Bartels, J. (2016). Keeping up online appearances: How self-disclosure on Facebook affects perceived reputation and likability among colleagues. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association 2016 Fukuoka-Japan, the annual conference Social Media and Society 2016 London-UK, and the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’ 2016 Amsterdam-NL.

Batenburg, A. & Das, E. (2015). Online peer support and patients’ psychological wellbeing: The role of optimistic and pessimistic social comparisons. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, May 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Vermeulen, I., Beukeboom, C., Batenburg, A., Stoyanov, D., van de Velde, B.R.N., & Oegema, D. (2015). Blinded by the light: P-value misreporting and excess p-values just below .05 in Communication Science. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, May 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Batenburg, A. & Das, E. (2015). Does online peer support really matter? A 3-wave study on the effects of online peer-led support community participation among breast cancer patients. Abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, February 2015, Antwerpen, BE.

Batenburg, A. & Das, E. (2014). The bigger picture: Do online peer-led communities really contribute to breast cancer patients’ psychological wellbeing. A three-wave study. Paper accepted for presentation at Medicine 2.0, November 2014, Maui, Hawaï, USA.

Vermeulen, I., Batenburg, A., Beukeboom, C., Smits, T. (2014). Breakthrough or one-hit wonder? Three attempts to replicate single-exposure musical conditioning effects on choice behavior (Gorn, 1982). Paper accepted for presentation at the EAA’s 13th International Conferences on Research in Advertising (ICORIA), June 2014, Amsterdam, NL.

Batenburg, A. & Das, E. (2014). Emotional approach coping and the effects of online support group participation: A longitudinal study. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, May 2014, Seattle, WA, USA.

Batenburg, A. & Das, E. (2014). A longitudinal effect study of online peer support on breast cancer patients’ psychological wellbeing: Effects of support group participation depend on emotional coping skills. Abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, February 2014, Wageningen, NL.

Batenburg, A. & Van Oosten, J.M.F. (2014). “We need to talk.” A discussion for the new generation of communication scholars about current issues and future prospects in academia. Proposal accepted for panel discussion session at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, February 2014, Wageningen, NL.

Batenburg, A. & Das, E. (2013). The downsides of online support groups: When patients’ ability to cope with emotions matters. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, June 2013, London, UK.

Batenburg, A., Vermeulen, I., & Beukeboom, C. (2013). De nasleep van de Stapel affaire: Hoe “sloppy” is onze communicatiewetenschap eigenlijk? Proposal accepted for panel discussion session at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, February 2013, Rotterdam, NL.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E. (2013). When computer-mediated support group participation might backfire: Pessimistic social comparisons and lack of peer support. Abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, February 2013, Rotterdam, NL.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E., (2012). Sharing experiences online: When peer responses decrease the negative impact of emotional disclosure writing. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Conference of Psychology, July 2012, Cape Town, SA.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E., (2012). Forum participation moderates the relationship between coping-styles and wellbeing in breast cancer patients. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Conference of Psychology, July 2012, Cape Town, SA.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E., (2012). The power of sharing experiences: When peer responses decrease negative emotions. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, May 2012, Phoenix, AZ.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E., (2012). Online support groups: When patients’ ability to cope with emotions matters. Abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, February 2012, Leuven, BE.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E., (2012). The downsides of online support groups: Forum participation moderates the relationship between coping-styles and psychological wellbeing in breast cancer patients. Abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, February 2012, Leuven, BE.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E., (2011). ‘I know how you feel’: Effects of sharing negative experiences in online support groups. Paper accepted for presentation at the Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference 2011 – The British Psychological Society, September 2011, University of Southampton, UK.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E., (2011).  Effects of cognitive and emotional sharing of negative experiences in online support groups. Abstract accepted for presentation at 7th Conference of the Media Psychology Division – Storynet Symposium, Jacobs University, August 2011, Bremen, DE.

Batenburg, A., & Das, E., (2011). Effects of sharing negative experiences in online support groups for breast cancer patients. Abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, January 2011, Universiteit Twente, NL.

Batenburg, A. (2010). When story-telling makes a difference: effects of writing and reading online health narratives. A review of the research literature. Paper accepted for presentation at IGEL Conference: International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature and Media. July 2010, Utrecht, NL.

Batenburg, A. (2010). Materialisme en merkenstress: Wanneer merken een bedreiging worden voor het welzijn van de consument. Abstract accepted for presentation at the annual conference ‘Het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’. February 2010, Gent, BE.

News paper articles
– “Online Troost”, M. Eggink, 18th of June 2015, Parool
– “Lotgenoten”, J. Jansen, 26th of July 2014, Parool
– “Ware wetenschap – lezers omarmen experiment”, M. Keulemans, 5th of Januari 2013, Volkskrant