Frans Folkvord
Frans Folkvord
Assistant Professor Tilburg University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uvt.nl - Startseite
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Maximizing opportunities and minimizing risks for children online: The role of digital skills in emerging strategies of parental mediation
S Livingstone, K Ólafsson, EJ Helsper, F Lupiáñez-Villanueva, GA Veltri, ...
Journal of Communication 67 (1), 82-105, 2017
1522017
The effect of playing advergames that promote energy-dense snacks or fruit on actual food intake among children
F Folkvord, DJ Anschütz, M Buijzen, PM Valkenburg
The American journal of clinical nutrition 97 (2), 239-245, 2013
1262013
The role of attentional bias in the effect of food advertising on actual food intake among children
F Folkvord, DJ Anschütz, RW Wiers, M Buijzen
Appetite 84, 251-258, 2015
892015
Impulsivity,“advergames,” and food intake
F Folkvord, DJ Anschütz, C Nederkoorn, H Westerik, M Buijzen
Pediatrics 133 (6), 1007-1012, 2014
832014
Food advertising and eating behavior in children
F Folkvord, DJ Anschütz, E Boyland, B Kelly, M Buijzen
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 9, 26-31, 2016
642016
Targeting implicit approach reactions to snack food in children: Effects on intake.
F Folkvord, H Veling, H Hoeken
Health Psychology 35 (8), 919, 2016
372016
The association between BMI development among young children and (un) healthy food choices in response to food advertisements: a longitudinal study
F Folkvord, DJ Anschütz, M Buijzen
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 13 (1), 16, 2016
242016
The persuasive effect of advergames promoting unhealthy foods among children: A meta-analysis
F Folkvord, J van‘t Riet
Appetite 129, 245-251, 2018
212018
A systematic review of mHealth interventions for the support of eating disorders
D Anastasiadou, F Folkvord, F Lupiañez‐Villanueva
European Eating Disorders Review 26 (5), 394-416, 2018
202018
Does a ‘protective’message reduce the impact of an advergame promoting unhealthy foods to children? An experimental study in Spain and The Netherlands
F Folkvord, F Lupiáñez-Villanueva, C Codagnone, F Bogliacino, G Veltri, ...
Appetite 112, 117-123, 2017
192017
Cognitive therapy for dementia patients: a systematic review
C Carrion, F Folkvord, D Anastasiadou, M Aymerich
Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders 46 (1-2), 1-26, 2018
172018
Memorizing fruit: The effect of a fruit memory-game on children's fruit intake
DA Frans Folkvorda, Dimitra Tatiana Anastasiadoub
Preventive Medicine Reports 5, 106–111, 2016
14*2016
The effect of playing advergames promoting healthy or unhealthy foods on actual food intake among children
F Folkvord
Appetite 59 (2), 625, 2012
132012
Children’s bonding with popular YouTube vloggers and their attitudes toward brand and product endorsements in vlogs: an explorative study
F Folkvord, KE Bevelander, E Rozendaal, R Hermans
Young Consumers, 2019
122019
Study on the impact of marketing through social media, online games and mobile applications on children's behaviour
F Lupiáñez-Villanueva, G Gaskell, GA Veltri, A Theben, F Folkvord, ...
Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2016
112016
The Psychology of Food Marketing and Overeating
F Folkvord
Routledge, 2019
62019
Mobile health adoption in mental health: User experience of a mobile health app for patients with an eating disorder
D Anastasiadou, F Folkvord, E Serrano-Troncoso, F Lupiañez-Villanueva
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (6), e12920, 2019
62019
Investigating the impact of a health game on implicit attitudes towards food and food choice behaviour of young adults
EE Alblas, F Folkvord, DJ Anschütz, J van't Riet, I Granic, P Ketelaar, ...
Appetite 128, 294-302, 2018
52018
The effect of a memory-game with images of vegetables on children's vegetable intake: An experimental study
F Folkvord, A Laguna-Camacho
Appetite 134, 120-124, 2019
42019
An mHealth intervention for the treatment of patients with an eating disorder: A multicenter randomized controlled trial
D Anastasiadou, F Folkvord, A Brugnera, L Cañas Vinader, ...
International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2020
32020
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