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CcaM faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and PhD students are presenting new research at the 2015 Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap (24 hours of Communication Sciences) in Antwerp, Belgium on Feb. 2 and 3.   

This conference is a competitive conference featuring communication research from the Netherlands and Belgium. CcaM is proud to have 16 presentations at this year’s conference. 

Titles and authors of each presentation are listed below: 

1. Social network site use and body dissatisfaction: A longitudinal study among adolescent boys and girls
Dian de Vries, Jochen Peter, Hanneke de Graaf, Peter Nikken, & Patti M. Valkenburg

2. The role of perceived peer norms in the relationship between media violence exposure and adolescents’ aggression
Karin Fikkers, Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, Peter Lugtig, & Patti M. Valkenburg

3. The longitudinal relationship between media violence and empathy: Was it sympathy all along?
Helen Vossen, Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, & Patti M. Valkenburg

4. Media violence and adolescents’ ADHD-related behaviors: The role of parental mediation
Sanne Nikkelen, Helen Vossen, Jessica Taylor Piotrowski, & Patti M. Valkenburg

5. Sex without love? Commitment, intimacy, and passion in popular pornographic Internet videos
Marleen J.E. Klaassen & Jochen Peter

6. Generation Me in the spotlight: Linking reality TV to narcissism, materialism, and entitlement
Suzanna J. Opree & Rinaldo Kuhne

7. The consequences of media multitasking for youth: A research synthesis
Winneke van der Schuur, Susanne Baumgartner, Sindy Sumter, & Patti M. Valkenburg

8. The relationship between media multitasking and academic achievement
Winneke van der Schuur, Susanne Baumgartner, Sindy Sumter, & Patti M. Valkenburg

9. Adolescents’ sexy self-presentations on social network sites: Effects on the importance of a sexually outgoing self-concept for one’s identity
Johanna van Oosten, Jochen Peter, & Dian de Vries

10. Adolescents’ sexual media use and casual sex: An investigation of the prototype-willingness model
Johanna van Oosten, Jochen Peter, & Laura Vandenbosch

11. Exposure to violence-themed, dominance-themed, and affection-themed sexually explicit Internet material in adolescent boys and girls
Laura Vandenbosch, Jochen Peter, & Johanna van Oosten

12. Sexual music television both inhibits and accelerates girls’ sexual initiation: Differential pathways of self-objectification and sexual body consciousness
Ann Roussea, Laura Vandenbosch, & Steven Eggermont

13. UV Exposure among young women: The role of sun tan ideals in reality television
Jolien Trekels, Laura Vandenbosch, & Steven Eggermont

14. All that glitters is not gold: Do materialistic cues in advertising yield resistance?
Robert F. Cartwright & Suzanna J. Opree

15. Facebook use and alcohol consumption: Exploring the processes through which the use of social networking sites and adolescents’ intentions to consume alcohol are related
Kathleen Beullens & Laura Vandenbosch

16. What happens when you go online to check your health? Implications of online health information seeking for health anxious people
Fam Te Poel, Martin Tanis, Tilo Hartmann, & Susanne Baumgartner

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