Liese Exelmans
Liese Exelmans
School for Mass Communication Research, KU Leuven
Verified email at soc.kuleuven.be
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Bedtime mobile phone use and sleep in adults
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Social Science & Medicine 148, 93-101, 2016
1572016
Binge viewing, sleep, and the role of pre-sleep arousal
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 13 (8), 1001-1008, 2017
422017
Sleep quality is negatively related to video gaming volume in adults
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Journal of sleep research 24 (2), 189-196, 2015
352015
Bedtime, shuteye time and electronic media: Sleep displacement is a two‐step process
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Journal of sleep research 26 (3), 364-370, 2017
322017
The use of media as a sleep aid in adults
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Behavioral sleep medicine 14 (2), 121-133, 2016
292016
Violent video games and delinquent behavior in adolescents: A risk factor perspective
L Exelmans, K Custers, J Van den Bulck
Aggressive behavior 41 (3), 267-279, 2015
282015
“Glued to the Tube” The Interplay Between Self-Control, Evening Television Viewing, and Bedtime Procrastination
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Communication Research, 0093650216686877, 2017
192017
Technology and sleep: how electronic media exposure has impacted core concepts of sleep medicine
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Behavioral sleep medicine 13 (6), 439-441, 2015
152015
Sleep research: A primer for media scholars
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Health Communication 34 (5), 519-528, 2019
102019
Just one more episode: Predictors of procrastination with television and implications for sleep quality
L Exelmans, A Meier, L Reinecke, J Van Den Bulck
Mass Communication and Society 22 (5), 654-685, 2019
62019
Self-control depletion and sleep duration: the mediating role of television viewing
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Psychology & health 33 (10), 1251-1268, 2018
62018
Sleep latency versus shuteye latency: Prevalence, predictors and relation to insomnia symptoms in a representative sample of adults
L Exelmans, M Gradisar, J Van den Bulck
Journal of sleep research 27 (6), e12737, 2018
52018
Social media use and sleep quality among adults: The role of gender, age and social media checking habit
L Exelmans, H Scott
PsyArXiv, 2019
32019
Electronic media use and sleep: a self-control perspective
L Exelmans
Current Sleep Medicine Reports 5 (3), 135-140, 2019
22019
'Are you still watching?'Observing and Explaining the Relationship between Electronic Media Use and Sleep
L Exelmans
12018
Electronic media use and the blurriness of bedtime: introducing sleep displacement as a two-stage process
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Journal of Sleep Research 25, 149-149, 2016
12016
Ego depletion both increases and decreases time to bed: a dual pathway model
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Journal of Sleep Research 25, 242-242, 2016
12016
In de ban van het scherm: over slaaptekort, media en een emmer zand
L Exelmans
KU Leuven blogt, 2015
12015
In Bed Electronic Media Use as an Underlying Mechanism of the Association between Circadian Preference and Sleep Outcomes
L Exelmans
World Sleep, Date: 2019/09/20-2019/09/25, Location: Vancouver, Canada, 2019
2019
Electronic media use and sleep among adults: is it all the same?
L Exelmans
World Sleep, Date: 2019/09/20-2019/09/25, Location: Vancouver, Canada, 2019
2019
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