Fields of interest:
Dijkstra, A. & Ballast, K. (2012):
Personalization and Perceived Personal Relevance in Computer-Tailored Persuasion in Smoking Cessation.
British Journal of Health Psychology, 60-73.
Dijkstra, A, & Rothman, A. (2011):
The persuasive effects of framing messages on fruit and vegetable consumption according to regulatory focus theory.
Psychology & Health, 1036-1048.
Dijkstra, A. (2009):
Disengagement beliefs in smokers: Do they inhibit the effects of cessation information?
Psychology & Health, 24, 791-804.
Dijkstra, A. (2008):
The psychology of tailoring-ingredients of computer-tailored persuasion.
Personality and Social Psychology Compass, 2, 765-784.
Dijkstra, A., & Buunk, A.P. (2008):
Self-evaluative emotions and expectations of self-evaluative emotions in health behavior change.
British Journal of Social Psychology, 19, 119-137.
Dijkstra, A., Buunk, A.P., Toth, G., & Jager, N. (2008):
Psychological adjustment to chronic illness: The role of prototype-evaluation in acceptance of illness.
Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 12, 119-140.
Dijkstra, A., Jaspers, M., & Van Zwieten, A. (2008):
Psychiatric and psychological factors in patient decision making with regard to antidepressant use.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76,149-157.
Dijkstra, A., Borland, R., & Buunk, A.P. (2007):
The motivation to stay abstinent in ex-smokers: comparing the present with the past.
Addictive Behaviors, 32, 2372-2376.
Dijkstra, A., Conijn, B., & De Vries, H. (2006):
A match-mismatch test of a stage model in tobacco smoking.
Addiction, 101, 1035-1043.
Dijkstra, A. (2005):
The validity of the stages of change model in the adoption of the self-management approach in chronic pain.
The Clinical Journal of Pain, 21,27-37.