Kathleen Beullens
Kathleen Beullens
Professor Media uses and effects, Leuven School for Mass Communication Research, KU Leuven
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Display of alcohol use on Facebook: A content analysis
K Beullens, A Schepers
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (7), 497-503, 2013
Television and music video exposure and adolescent alcohol use while going out
J Van den Bulck, K Beullens
Alcohol and Alcoholism 40 (3), 249-253, 2005
Measuring mobile phone use: Gender, age and real usage level in relation to the accuracy and validity of self-reported mobile phone use
M Vanden Abeele, K Beullens, K Roe
Mobile Media & Communication 1 (2), 213-236, 2013
Parent–child conflict about children’s tablet use: The role of parental mediation
I Beyens, K Beullens
New Media & Society 19 (12), 2075-2093, 2017
Like me (please?): Connecting online self-presentation to pre-and early adolescents’ self-esteem
A Meeus, K Beullens, S Eggermont
New Media & Society 21 (11-12), 2386-2403, 2019
Excellent gamer, excellent driver? The impact of adolescents’ video game playing on driving behavior: A two-wave panel study
K Beullens, K Roe, J Van den Bulck
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (1), 58-65, 2011
A conditional process analysis on the relationship between the use of social networking sites, attitudes, peer norms, and adolescents' intentions to consume alcohol
K Beullens, L Vandenbosch
Media Psychology 19 (2), 310-333, 2016
The association between social networking sites and alcohol abuse among Belgian adolescents
F Geusens, K Beullens
Journal of Media Psychology, 2016
Sensitivity to reward is associated with snack and sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in adolescents
N De Cock, W Van Lippevelde, L Vervoort, J Vangeel, L Maes, ...
European journal of nutrition 55, 1623-1632, 2016
News, music videos and action movie exposure and adolescents’ intentions to take risks in traffic
K Beullens, J Van den Bulck
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (1), 349-356, 2008
The impact of adolescents' news and action movie viewing on risky driving behavior: A longitudinal study
K Beullens, K Roe, J Van den Bulck
Human Communication Research 37 (4), 488-508, 2011
The reciprocal associations between sharing alcohol references on social networking sites and binge drinking: A longitudinal study among late adolescents
F Geusens, K Beullens
Computers in Human Behavior 73, 499-506, 2017
Fear of cancer is associated with cancer information seeking, scanning and avoiding: a cross‐sectional study among cancer diagnosed and non‐diagnosed individuals
S Nelissen, K Beullens, M Lemal, J Van den Bulck
Health Information & Libraries Journal 32 (2), 107-119, 2015
The relationship between docu soap exposure and adolescents' career aspirations
J Van den Bulck, K Beullens
European Journal of Communication 22 (3), 355-366, 2007
Sensitivity to reward and adolescents’ unhealthy snacking and drinking behavior: The role of hedonic eating styles and availability
N De Cock, W Van Lippevelde, L Goossens, B De Clercq, J Vangeel, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 13, 1-11, 2016
Music video viewing as a marker of driving after the consumption of alcohol
K Beullens, K Roe, J Van den Bulck
Substance use & misuse 47 (2), 155-165, 2012
Video games and adolescents' intentions to take risks in traffic
K Beullens, K Roe, J Van den Bulck
Journal of Adolescent Health 43 (1), 87-90, 2008
Strategic self-presentation or authentic communication? Predicting adolescents’ alcohol references on social media
F Geusens, K Beullens
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 78 (1), 124-133, 2017
Managing positive and negative media effects among adolescents: Parental mediation matters—But not always
A Meeus, I Beyens, F Geusens, AK Sodermans, K Beullens
Journal of Family Communication 18 (4), 270-285, 2018
Constantly connected: The role of parental mediation styles and self-regulation in pre-and early adolescents’ problematic mobile device use
A Meeus, S Eggermont, K Beullens
Human Communication Research 45 (2), 119-147, 2019
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