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Tim Schoenmakers

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology
  • University of Amsterdam
  • 106PublicationsNumber of items in Tim's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
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Publications (5)

  • Lessons learned from a Living Lab on broad adoption of eHealth in primary healthcare

    • Swinkels I
    • Huygens M
    • Schoenmakers T
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  • Routine zorggegevens uit de wijkverpleging in NIVEL Zorgregistraties: Een haalbaarheidsstudie

    • Van Rooden S
    • De Groot K
    • Francke A
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  • Targeting hardcore smokers: the effects of an online tailored intervention, based on motivational interviewing techniques

    • Bommelé J
    • Schoenmakers T
    • Kleinjan M
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  • Clinical validation of the C-VAT 2.0 assessment tool for gaming disorder: A sensitivity analysis of the proposed DSM-5 criteria and the clinical characteristics of young patients with ‘video game addiction’

    • Van Rooij A
    • Schoenmakers T
    • Van de Mheen D
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  • Hoe harder hoe beter? Een onderzoek naar de relatie tussen het kijken naar online pornografie en het optreden van tolerantie- en sensitisatie-effecten

    • Meerkerk G
    • Schoenmakers T
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology

University of Amsterdam

September 2017 - Present

Programme coordinator Care in the community (Zorg in de Buurt)

NIVEL: Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research

February 2015 - August 2017(3 years)

Research Manager

IVO Addiction Research Institute

September 2008 - January 2015(6 years)

Research fellow

Clinical Psychology, Erasmus University

November 2011 - May 2012(6 months)

PhD student & lecturer

Maastricht University, Faculty of Psychology

September 2004 - September 2008(4 years)

Lecturer communication & Social influence

Universiteit van Amsterdam

March 2001 - July 2003(2 years)

Education

PhD

Maastricht University

September 2004 - September 2008(4 years)

MSc

University of Amsterdam, Communication Science

September 1998 - September 2003(5 years)

Minor Social Psychology

University of Amsterdam Psychology Research Institute

September 2001 - June 2002(9 months)