Publications

ARTICLES RELATED TO PhD THESIS

Van der Starre RE, Coffeng JK, Hendriksen IJM, van Mechelen W & Boot CRL: Associations between body mass index, health measures and need for recovery in office employees: a cross-sectional analysis.BMC Public Health 2013;13:1207.

Coffeng JK, Van Sluijs EM, Hendriksen IJM, van Mechelen W & Boot CRL: Physical activity and relaxation during and after work are independently associated with need for recovery: a cross-sectionalanalysis. J Phys Act Health,2014;12(1).

Coffeng JK, Hendriksen IJM, Duijts SF, Proper KI, van Mechelen W &Boot CRL: The development and design of the Be Active & Relax 'Vitality in Practice" (VIP) project and design of an RCT to reduce the need for recovery in office employees. BMC Public Health 2012;12:592-605.

Koopmans L, Coffeng JK, Bernaards CM, Boot CRL, Hildebrandt VH, deVet HCW, van der Beek AJ: Responsiveness of the individual work performance questionnaire. BMC Public Health, 2014;14:513-524.

Coffeng JK, Hendriksen IJM, van Mechelen W & Boot CRL: Process evaluation of a worksite social and physical environmental intervention. J Occup Environ Med 2013; 55(12):1409-20.

Coffeng JK, Boot CRL, Twisk JWR, van Mechelen W & Hendriksen IJM: The effectiveness of a combined social and physical environmental intervention on need for recovery in office employees: results from a randomised controlled trial. PlosOne 2014.

Coffeng JK, Hendriksen IJM, Twisk JWR, van Mechelen W & Boot CRL: Effectiveness of a social and physical environmental intervention on presenteeism, absenteeism, work performance and work engagement. J Occup Environ Med 2014; 56(3):258-65.

Van Dongen JM, Coffeng JK, Boot CRL, van Mechelen W & Hendriksen IJM: Cost-effectiveness and return-on-investment analysis of a social and physical environmental intervention aimed at reducing the need for recovery in office employees. (submitted)

OTHER ARTICLES

Van Dommelen P, Coffeng JK, Van der Ploeg HP, van der Beek AJ, Boot CRL, and Hendriksen IJM. Objectively measured sedentary behavior at three different worksettings: a cross sectional analysis (submitted).

Formanoy MAG, Dusseldorp E, Coffeng JK, van Mechelen I, Boot CRL, Hendriksen IJM & Tak ECPM. Physical activity and relaxation in the work setting to reduce the need for recovery: what works for whom (submitted)

Van Prooijen JW, Coffeng JK & Vermeer M: Power and Retributive Justice: negative trait information shapes the fairness of punishment among powerholders. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 2014;50:190-201.

Van Prooijen JW, Coffeng JK: What is fair Punishment for Alex or Ahmed? Perspective Taking Increases Racial Bias in Retributive Justice Judgments. Social Justice Research 2013;26:383-399.

Vinkenburg CJ, Van Engen ML, Coffeng JK & Dikkers JSE: Bias in employment decisions about mothers and fathers: The (dis)advantages of sharing care responsibilities. Journal of Social Issues 2012;68:725-741.

Verweij LM, Coffeng JK, Van Mechelen W & Proper KI: Meta-analyses of workplace physical activity and dietary behaviour interventionson weight outcomes. Obes Rev 2011;12:406-29.