Tim Kuhlmann
TitleCited byYear
Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science
Open Science Collaboration
Science 349 (6251), aac4716, 2015
Designing a theory-and evidence-based tailored eHealth rehabilitation aftercare program in Germany and the Netherlands: study protocol
D Reinwand, T Kuhlmann, J Wienert, H de Vries, S Lippke
BMC public health 13 (1), 1081, 2013
Are tattooed adults really more aggressive and rebellious than those without tattoos?
V Swami, H Gaughan, US Tran, T Kuhlmann, S Stieger, M Voracek
Body image 15, 149-152, 2015
More similar than different: tattooed adults are only slightly more impulsive and willing to take risks than non-tattooed adults
V Swami, US Tran, T Kuhlmann, S Stieger, H Gaughan, M Voracek
Personality and Individual Differences 88, 40-44, 2016
Generating and predicting high quality action plans to facilitate physical activity and fruit and vegetable consumption: results from an experimental arm of a randomised …
DA Reinwand, R Crutzen, V Storm, J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, H de Vries, ...
BMC Public Health 16 (1), 317, 2016
Investigating measurement equivalence of visual analogue scales and Likert-type scales in Internet-based personality questionnaires
T Kuhlmann, M Dantlgraber, UD Reips
Behavior research methods 49 (6), 2173-2181, 2017
Direct effects of a domain-specific subjective age measure on self-reported physical activity–Is it more important how old you are or how old you feel?
J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, S Lippke
Health Psychology Report 3 (2), 131-139, 2015
Testing principle working mechanisms of the health action process approach for subjective physical age groups
J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, S Fink, R Hambrecht, S Lippke
Research in Sports Medicine 24 (1), 67-83, 2016
Brief report: Compensatory health beliefs are negatively associated with intentions for regular fruit and vegetable consumption when self-efficacy is low
V Storm, D Reinwand, J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, H De Vries, S Lippke
Journal of health psychology 22 (8), 1094-1100, 2017
Using Visual Analogue scales in eHealth: non-response effects in a lifestyle intervention
T Kuhlmann, UD Reips, J Wienert, S Lippke
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (6), e126, 2016
Perceived stress, physical activity and motivation: Findings from an internet study
S Lippke, J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, S Fink, R Hambrecht
Annals of Sports Medicine and Research 2 (1), 2015
A stitch in time saves nine: Things to consider when tailoring your online intervention
J Wienert, T Kuhlmann
European Health Psychologist 17 (1), 12-17, 2015
Gesundheitsförderungsmaßnahmen für ältere Menschen mittels neuer Medien
S Lippke, T Kuhlmann
Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie, 2013
Motivational and volitional correlates of physical activity in participants reporting no, past, and current hypertension: Findings from a cross-sectional observation study
J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, S Fink, R Hambrecht, S Lippke
International journal of behavioral medicine 24 (6), 908-914, 2017
Validating psychometric questionnaires using experience-sampling data: The case of nightmare distress
S Stieger, T Kuhlmann
Frontiers in neuroscience 12, 2018
Latent user groups of an eHealth physical activity behaviour change intervention for people interested in reducing their cardiovascular risk
J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, V Storm, D Reinwand, S Lippke
Research in Sports Medicine 27 (1), 34-49, 2019
Optimizing measurement in Internet-based research: Response scales and sensor data
T Kuhlmann
Subjective age and planning strategies for physical activity: brief report about a domain-specific example from a cross-sectional observation study.
J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, S Fink, R Hambrecht, S Lippke
International Journal of Sport Psychology 48 (4), 448-458, 2017
Rehabilitationsnachsorge online (Poster)
D Reinwand, R Crutzen, S Storm, J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, H de Vries, ...
25. Rehabilitationswissenschaftliches Kolloquium, 151, 2016
Compensatory health beliefs influence dietary intentions when self-efficacy levels are low in an eHealth intervention
V Storm, D Reinwand, J Wienert, T Kuhlmann, H de Vries, S Lippke
European Health Psychologist 17 (S), 417, 2015
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