Camiel J. Beukeboom
Camiel J. Beukeboom
Assistant Professor in Communication Science, VU University Amsterdam
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A stage to engage: Social media use and corporate reputation
C Dijkmans, P Kerkhof, CJ Beukeboom
Tourism management 47, 58-67, 2015
The role of social network sites in romantic relationships: Effects on jealousy and relationship happiness
S Utz, CJ Beukeboom
Journal of computer-mediated communication 16 (4), 511-527, 2011
Does a virtual like cause actual liking? How following a brand's Facebook updates enhances brand evaluations and purchase intention
CJ Beukeboom, P Kerkhof, M De Vries
Journal of Interactive Marketing 32 (1), 26-36, 2015
Stress-reducing effects of real and artificial nature in a hospital waiting room
CJ Beukeboom, D Langeveld, K Tanja-Dijkstra
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 18 (4), 329-333, 2012
How mood turns on language
CJ Beukeboom, GR Semin
Journal of experimental social psychology 42 (5), 553-566, 2006
Online conversation and corporate reputation: A two-wave longitudinal study on the effects of exposure to the social media activities of a highly interactive company
C Dijkmans, P Kerkhof, A Buyukcan-Tetik, CJ Beukeboom
Journal of computer-mediated communication 20 (6), 632-648, 2015
Mechanisms of linguistic bias: How words reflect and maintain stereotypic expectancies
CJ Beukeboom
Social Cognition and Communication, 313-330, 2014
How stereotypes are shared through language: a review and introduction of the aocial categories and stereotypes communication (SCSC) framework
CJ Beukeboom, C Burgers
Review of Communication Research 7, 1-37, 2019
The language of extraversion: Extraverted people talk more abstractly, introverts are more concrete
CJ Beukeboom, M Tanis, IE Vermeulen
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 32 (2), 191-201, 2013
The negation bias: When negations signal stereotypic expectancies.
CJ Beukeboom, C Finkenauer, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (6), 978, 2010
Mood and representations of behaviour: The how and why.
CJ Beukeboom, GR Semin
Cognition and Emotion 19, 1242-1251, 2005
How the doc should (not) talk: When breaking bad news with negations influences patients’ immediate responses and medical adherence intentions
C Burgers, CJ Beukeboom, L Sparks
Patient Education and Counseling 89 (2), 267-273, 2012
When words feel right: How affective expressions of listeners change a speaker's language use
CJ Beukeboom
European Journal of Social Psychology 39 (5), 747-756, 2009
Crisis PR in social media: An experimental study of the effects of organizational crisis responses on Facebook
P Kerkhof, D Beugels, S Utz, C Beukeboom
61st annual ICA conference, Boston, 2011
Partner phubbing: Why using your phone during interactions with your partner can be detrimental for your relationship
CJ Beukeboom, M Pollmann
Computers in Human Behavior 124, 106932, 2021
Linguistic bias
CJ Beukeboom, CF Burgers
Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication, 1-19, 2017
Phantom phone signals: An investigation into the prevalence and predictors of imagined cell phone signals
M Tanis, CJ Beukeboom, T Hartmann, IE Vermeulen
Computers in Human Behavior 51, 356-362, 2015
Effects of music in advertising: Three experiments replicating single-exposure musical conditioning of consumer choice (Gorn 1982) in an individual setting
I Vermeulen, CJ Beukeboom
Journal of Advertising 45 (1), 53-61, 2016
How (not) to inform patients about drug use: use and effects of negations in Dutch patient information leaflets
C Burgers, CJ Beukeboom, L Sparks, V Diepeveen
Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 24 (2), 137-143, 2015
Blinded by the Light: How a Focus on Statistical “Significance” May Cause p-Value Misreporting and an Excess of p-Values Just Below .05 in Communication …
I Vermeulen, CJ Beukeboom, A Batenburg, A Avramiea, D Stoyanov, ...
Communication Methods and Measures 9 (4), 253-279, 2015
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