Does the farmer’s social information network matter? Explaining adoption behavior for disaster risk reduction measures using the theory of planned behavior KU Leuven
Sharing is caring? Using an extended theory of planned behavior to investigate the self-disclosing behavior of adolescents on social networking sites Ghent University
The effect of intranasally administered oxytocin on observed social behavior in social anxiety disorder KU Leuven
Research has shown that patients with a social anxiety disorder (SAD) show social performance deficits. These deficits are a maintaining factor in SAD, as mending social behavior improves interpersonal judgments and reduces social anxiety. Thus finding ways to enhance social behavior is evidently of importance in the treatment of SAD. This double-blind, placebo-controlled study investigated the effect of an intranasal administration of the ...
Oxytocin and cooperative behavior in social dilemmas: the moderating role of explicit incentives, social cues and individual differences University of Antwerp
The neuropeptide Oxytocin (OT), implicated in mammalian social behavior, may affect cooperation through its anxiolytic and affiliative properties. The current study experimentally investigates how OT interacts with three well-studied determinants of cooperative behavior in social dilemmas: extrinsic incentives, social cues, and individual differences. Participants received OT or a placebo following a double blind procedure and played two ...
Can organizations guide employees' social media behavior? The benefits of incentive rather than restrictive social media guidelines KU Leuven Ghent University
Profiling competences or portraying anti-oppressive practice? Video-analyzing the behavior of social welfare practitioners engaged in social circus KU Leuven
Social circus is a social welfare practice that includes teaching circus techniques to socially vulnerable groups. It is often used as a tool for social intervention. Since the 90s, the interest in social circus practice as a catalyst for change has increased. More attention is being given to the role of practitioners involved in social circus. Several studies have profiled them based on the set of competences they should master to achieve ...
Can social media guidelines make a difference? Assessing individual and organizational antecedents of employees’ work-related social media behavior Ghent University
Do people say what they think: social conformity behavior in varying degrees of online social presence KU Leuven
From Individual Disorder to Behavior Deviance: Development Disorder and Correction of Social Wushu Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The development disorder of social wushu is a negative social, cultural phenomenon, which was jointly constructed by the background of social transformation and the disorder behaviours of grass-roots wushu individuals, and it constitutes a threat to the orderly development of social wushu. This paper discusses the generative logic of the development disorder of social wushu from the perspective of grass-roots wushu players and the cultural space ...