Jan Van den Bulck
Jan Van den Bulck
Professor of Communication Studies, University of Michigan
Verified email at umich.edu
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Television viewing, computer game playing, and Internet use and self-reported time to bed and time out of bed in secondary-school children
J Van den Bulck
Sleep 27 (1), 101-104, 2004
7412004
Adolescent use of mobile phones for calling and for sending text messages after lights out: results from a prospective cohort study with a one-year follow-up
J Van den Bulck
Sleep 30 (9), 1220-1223, 2007
3532007
Bedtime mobile phone use and sleep in adults
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Social Science & Medicine 148, 93-101, 2016
2242016
Nodding off or switching off? The use of popular media as a sleep aid in secondary‐school children
S Eggermont, J Van den Bulck
Journal of paediatrics and child health 42 (7‐8), 428-433, 2006
2212006
Text messaging as a cause of sleep interruption in adolescents, evidence from a cross-sectional study.
J Van den Bulck
Blackwell Publishing, 2003
1752003
The influence of perceived parental guidance patterns on children's media use: Gender differences and media displacement
J Van den Bulck, B Van den Bergh
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 44 (3), 329-348, 2000
1612000
Is television bad for your health? Behavior and body image of the adolescent “couch potato”
J Van den Bulck
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 29 (3), 273-288, 2000
1592000
Energy intake associated with television viewing in adolescents, a cross sectional study
J Van den Bulck, J Van Mierlo
Appetite 43 (2), 181-184, 2004
1522004
Viewership of pro‐anorexia websites in seventh, ninth and eleventh graders
K Custers, J Van den Bulck
European Eating Disorders Review: The Professional Journal of the Eating …, 2009
1422009
Benchmarking the cultivation approach to video game effects: A comparison of the correlates of TV viewing and game play
J Van Mierlo, J Van den Bulck
Journal of adolescence 27 (1), 97-111, 2004
1372004
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
1122005
Television viewing and age at smoking initiation: does a relationship exist between higher levels of television viewing ond earlier onset of smoking?
K Gutschoven, J Van den Bulck
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 7 (3), 381-385, 2005
912005
The cultivation of fear of sexual violence in women: Processes and moderators of the relationship between television and fear
K Custers, J Van den Bulck
Communication Research 40 (1), 96-124, 2013
852013
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
842011
Media Use and Dreaming: The Relationship Among Television Viewing, Computer Game Play, and Nightmares or Pleasant Dreams.
J Van den Bulck
Dreaming 14 (1), 43, 2004
802004
Testing the effectiveness of a skin cancer narrative in promoting positive health behavior: A pilot study
M Lemal, J Van den Bulck
Preventive Medicine 51 (2), 178-181, 2010
752010
Binge viewing, sleep, and the role of pre-sleep arousal
L Exelmans, J Van den Bulck
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 13 (8), 1001-1008, 2017
722017
Research note: The relationship between television fiction and fear of crime: An empirical comparison of three causal explanations
J Van den Bulck
European Journal of communication 19 (2), 239-248, 2004
712004
The impact of television fiction on public expectations of survival following inhospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation by medical professionals
JJM Van den Bulck
European Journal of Emergency Medicine 9 (4), 325-329, 2002
712002
Television news avoidance: Exploratory results from a one-year follow-up study
J Van den Bulck
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 50 (2), 231-252, 2006
702006
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