Publications

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Peer-reviewed journals:

13. Van der Land, S.F., Willemsen, L.M., & Rutten, L. (accepted for publication). How much should a public figure show online about their private life? Investigating the effects of disclosing private information on perceived expertise and intention. HCI in Business: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Berlin: Springer

12. Gerken, F., Van der Land, S. F., & van der Meer, T. G. (2016). Crisis in the air: An investigation of AirAsia’s crisis-response effectiveness based on frame alignment. Public Relations Review, 42(5), 879-892.

11. Van der Land, S.F., Willemsen, L.M, & Wilton, B. (accepted for publication) Professional Personal Branding: Using A “Think-aloud” Protocol to Investigate How Recruiters Judge Linkedin Profile Pictures. HCI in Business: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Berlin: Springer

10. Van der Land. S.F. & Teigland, R. (accepted for presentation). In Search of a “Dream Team”: The Influence of Team Dynamics on the Process of Innovation. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Association Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan 2016.

9. Gerken, F. Van der Land, S.F. & Van der Meer, G.L.A. (accepted for presentation). Crisis in the air: An investigation of Air Asia’s crisis response effectiveness based on crisis frame alignment. Paper accepted for presentation at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, February 5 2016.

8. Willemsen, L.M, Kruikemeier, S. & Van der Land, SF. (accepted for presentation). The operational difference between conversational human voice and social presence. Paper accepted for presentation at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, February 5 2016.

7. Van der Land, S.F., Willemsen, L.M., & Unkel, S.A.J., (2015). Are Spectacles the Female Equivalent of Beards for Men? How Wearing Spectacles in a LinkedIn Profile Picture Influences Impressions of Perceived Credibility and Job Interview Likelihood. In HCI in Business: Lecture Notes in Computer ScienceSpringer International Publishing.

6. Van der Land, S.F., Schouten, A.P., Feldberg, F., Huysman, M., & Van den Hooff, B., (2015). Does avatar appearance matter? How team visual similarity and member-avatar similarity influence virtual team performance. Human Communication Research, 41(1), pp. 128-153. doi:10.1111/hcre.12044

5. Van der Land, S., & Muntinga, D. G. (2014). To Shave or Not to Shave? How Beardedness in a Linkedin Profile Picture Influences Perceived Expertise and Job Interview Prospects. In HCI in Business: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 8527, pp. 257-265. Springer International Publishing.

4. Van der Land, S., Schouten, A.P., Feldberg, F., Van den Hooff, B., Huysman, M. (2012). Lost In Space? Cognitive Fit and Cognitive Load in 3D Virtual Environments. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(3), 1054-1064 Get Pdf

3. Van der Land, S., Schouten, A., Van den Hooff, B., & Feldberg, F. (2011). Modeling the Metaverse: A Theoretical Model of Effective Team Collaboration in 3D Virtual Environments. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 4 (3). 1-15. Get Pdf

2. De Stadler, L. & Van der Land, S. (2007). “Knowing your audience: Audience analysis and audience participation in the field?” Information Design Journal 15(1), 64–68. (on HIV/Aids prevention)

1. Van der Land, S.(2003). Hendrik Höfgen. Mefisto in eigen persoon? Honours Review. Radboud University, Nijmegen. (on criminology) Get Pdf

Dissertation on Virtual Collaboration + MA thesis:

Van der Land, S. (2013). Virtual Collaboration: An Investigation into the Influence of Avatars and 3D Virtual Environments on Team Effectiveness. Wöhrmann Print Service, Zutphen, the Netherlands. ISBN 978-90-8659643-0 (promotor Marleen Huysman, co-promotor Alexander Schouten & Frans Feldberg) download dissertation

Van der Land, S. (2006). Trust, Lust and Latex: a Participatory Audience Analysis Approach in the Design Process of an HIV/Aids Prevention Document targeted at young African South Africans. (unpublished MA-thesis for which I received the Thesis prize of Radboud University Nijmegen, supervisors: C. Janssen & L. de Stadler). Get Pdf

Peer-reviewed Book (Chapters)

Feldberg, F., Eliëns, A., Van der Land, S., Huysman, M., and Konijn, E. (2009) “VU @ Second Life: a report on experiences with the development of a (virtual) community of learners,” in: Virtual Social Networks: Mediated, Massive and Multiplayer sites, N.Pantelli (ed.), Palgrave MacMillan, UK.

Reus, S., Van der Land, S. & Moorman, M. (2008). Onbewust beïnvloed. Hoe reclame werkt zonder dat je het weet en hoe je het meet. SWOCC: Amsterdam. English translation: How advertising influences you unconsciously, and how to measure implicit effects of persuasion.

Peer-reviewed Conference Papers 

6. Van der Land, S. & Unkel, S. (2015, February). Are glasses the female equivalent of beards? How wearing glasses in a LinkedIn profile picture influences perceived expertise and jobinterview prospects. Paper presented at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Antwerp, Belgium 2015.

5. Van der Land, S. & Muntinga, D.G. (2014, June). To shave or not to shave? How Beardedness in a LinkedIn profile picture influences perceived expertise and jobinterview prospects. Paper presented at the International Human-Computer Interaction Conference, Heraklion, Crete, Greece 2014.

4. Van der Land, S., Schouten, A., Huysman, M., Van den Hooff, B., & Feldberg, F. (2014, May). Does Avatar Appearance Matter? How Avatar Representations Impact on Virtual Team Performance. Paper presented at the International Association Communication Association, Seattle 2014.

3. Van der Land, S. & Muntinga, D.G. (2014, February). To shave or not to shave? How  Beardedness in a LinkedIn profile picture influences perceived expertise and jobinterview prospects. Paper presented at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Wageningen, the Netherlands 2014.

 2. Van der Land, S., Schouten, A., Huysman, M., Van den Hooff, B., & Feldberg, F. (2012) Does Avatar Appearance Matter? How Avatar Representations Impact on Virtual Team Performance (recently accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Conference, Boston, August 2012).

1. Van der Land, S., Schouten, A., & Feldberg, F. (2010). Why Keeping Up Avatar Appearances and Metaverse Design Matters: A Model of Effective Team Collaboration in 3D Virtual Environments (paper presented at the ICA Conference, Singapore, June 2010).

 

 

 

 

 

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