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Bregje Holleman
Bregje Holleman
Associate professor Language & Communication
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Right or wrong? The brain's fast response to morally objectionable statements
JJA Van Berkum, B Holleman, M Nieuwland, M Otten, J Murre
Psychological Science 20 (9), 1092-1099, 2009
2472009
Beyond young, highly educated males: a typology of VAA users
J Van de Pol, B Holleman, N Kamoen, A Krouwel, C De Vreese
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 11 (4), 397-411, 2014
702014
The pragmatics of profiling: Framing effects in text interpretation and text production
BC Holleman, HLWP Maat
Journal of Pragmatics 41 (11), 2204-2221, 2009
662009
The forbid/allow asymmetry: On the cognitive mechanisms underlying wording effects in surveys
B Holleman
The forbid/allow asymmetry, 2000
65*2000
Wording effects in survey research using meta-analysis to explain the forbid/allow asymmetry
B Holleman
Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 6 (1), 29-40, 1999
551999
Agree or disagree? Cognitive processes in answering contrastive survey questions
N Kamoen, B Holleman, P Mak, T Sanders, H Van Den Bergh
Discourse Processes 48 (5), 355-385, 2011
512011
The effect of voting advice applications on political knowledge and vote choice
N Kamoen, B Holleman, A Krouwel, J Van de Pol, C De Vreese
Irish Political Studies 30 (4), 595-618, 2015
452015
Answering attitudinal questions: Modelling the response process underlying contrastive questions
AG Chessa, BC Holleman
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2007
402007
The meanings of ‘yes’ and ‘no’. An explanation for the forbid/allow asymmetry
BC Holleman
Quality and Quantity 40 (1), 1-38, 2006
392006
The meanings of ‘yes’ and ‘no’. An explanation for the forbid/allow asymmetry
BC Holleman
Quality and Quantity 40 (1), 1-38, 2006
392006
Positive vs. Negative: The impact of question polarity in voting advice applications
B Holleman, N Kamoen, A Krouwel, J Pol, C Vreese
PloS one 11 (10), e0164184, 2016
362016
Positive, negative, and bipolar questions: The effect of question polarity on ratings of text readability
N Kamoen, B Holleman, H van den Bergh, T Sanders
Survey Research Methods 7 (3), 181-189, 2013
362013
The nature of the forbid/allow asymmetry: Two correlational studies
B Holleman
Sociological Methods & Research 28 (2), 209-244, 1999
361999
Hoe gemakkelijk is een niet moeilijke tekst?: Een meta-analyse naar het effect van vraagformulering bij het meten van tekstwaardering
N Kamoen, BC Holleman, H Van den Bergh
Tijdschrift voor taalbeheersing 29 (4), 314-330, 2007
252007
Why are negative questions difficult to answer? On the processing of linguistic contrasts in surveys
N Kamoen, B Holleman, P Mak, T Sanders, H Van Den Bergh
Public Opinion Quarterly 81 (3), 613-635, 2017
222017
I don't get it: Response difficulties in answering political attitude statements in Voting Advice Applications
N Kamoen, BC Holleman
7th International European Survey Research Association Conference 11 (2 …, 2017
212017
Forbid/allow Asymmetry
Holleman
BRILL, 2000
212000
Stemadvies via internet: antwoorden, attitudes en stemintenties
B Holleman, N Kamoen, C de Vreese
Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing 35 (1), 25-46, 2013
172013
Absolutely relative or relatively absolute? The linguistic behavior of gradable adjectives and degree modifiers
N Kamoen, B Holleman, R Nouwen, T Sanders, H van den Bergh
Journal of pragmatics 43 (13), 3139-3151, 2011
132011
Inwisselbaar of niet?: De middelste antwoordoptie en de non-responsoptie in stemhulpen
R Van Outersterp, N Kamoen, B Holleman
Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing 38 (1), 27-55, 2016
112016
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