Research Tilburg School of Humanties and Digital Sciences

Recent publications Humanities and Digital Sciences

This is an overview of the 20 most recent Humanities and Digital Sciences publications. All publications are available in the Tilburg University Research Portal.

  1. A Losing Game: Clarifying and Informing Debates on Positional Competition (2023)

    Drissen, Y. (Accepted/In press). A Losing Game: Clarifying and Informing Debates on Positional Competition. Social Theory and Practice .
  2. “I wish people knew that there are other flavors” - Reflections on the representation of poly-kink in mainstream media by polyamorous kinksters in the Netherlands (2023)

    van der Beek, S., & Thomas, L. (Accepted/In press). “I wish people knew that there are other flavors”: Reflections on the representation of poly-kink in mainstream media by polyamorous kinksters in the Netherlands. Sexualities.
  3. Je Verdiende Loon? (2023)

    Brouwer, H. (2023). Je Verdiende Loon? [s.n.].
  4. ¿Qué puedes hacer como eco-héroe? - Un estudio sobre el potencial ecopedagógico de los textos medioambientales neerlandeses de no-ficción para niñes (2023)

    van der Beek, S., & Lehmann, C. (2023). ¿Qué puedes hacer como eco-héroe? Un estudio sobre el potencial ecopedagógico de los textos medioambientales neerlandeses de no-ficción para niñes. Manuscript submitted for publication. In M. García-González, E. Arizpe , & A. Casals Hill (Eds.), CAMPO EN FORMACIÓN: TEXTOS CLAVE PARA LA CRÍTICA DE LITERATURA INFANTIL Y JUVENIL Metales Pesados.
  5. How to help your depressed friend? - The effects of interactive health narratives on cognitive and transformative learning (2022)

    Scholl, J., Pandrea, M., & van Enschot, R. (2022). How to help your depressed friend? The effects of interactive health narratives on cognitive and transformative learning. Frontiers in Communication, 7, [966944].
  6. Accommodating site variation in neuroimaging data using normative and hierarchical Bayesian models (2022)

    Bayer, J. M. M., Dinga, R., Kia, S. M., Kottaram, A. R., Wolfers, T., Lv, J., Zalesky, A., Schmaal, L., & Marquand, A. (2022). Accommodating site variation in neuroimaging data using normative and hierarchical Bayesian models. Neuroimage, 264, [119699].
  7. A Survey on Multi-document Summarization and Domain-Oriented Approaches (2022)

    Afsharizadeh, M., Ebrahimpour-Komleh, H., Bagheri, A., & Chrupala, G. (2022). A Survey on Multi-document Summarization and Domain-Oriented Approaches. Journal of Information Systems and Telecommunication, 10(37), 68-79.
  8. Pragmatic competence without a language model - Other-Initiated Repair in Balinese homesign (2022)

    Safar, J., & de Vos, C. (2022). Pragmatic competence without a language model: Other-Initiated Repair in Balinese homesign. Journal of Pragmatics, 202, 105-125.
  9. Out of the Maze - Investigating Fluid Intelligence and Numeracy as Predictive Factors of Planning Skills Using Video Games (2022)

    Guglielmo, G., Huis in 't Veld, E., Klincewicz, M., & Spronck, P. (2022). Out of the Maze: Investigating Fluid Intelligence and Numeracy as Predictive Factors of Planning Skills Using Video Games. In Games and Learning Alliance Conference 2022 (GALA) Springer.
  10. Wat zou je moeten weten van de schoolgrammatica? (2022)

    Coppen, P-A., & van Rijt, J. (2022). Wat zou je moeten weten van de school­grammatica? In M. Boogaard, & M. Jansen (Eds.), De Taalcanon. : Alles wat je altijd had willen weten over taal. J.M. Meulenhoff. http://www.taalcanon.nl/vragen/wat-zou-je-moeten-weten-van-de-schoolgrammatica/
  11. It is not the ideology but the resources: family language policy in a comparative perspective (2022)

    Yagmur, K., & Bohnacker, U. (2022). It is not the ideology but the resources: family language policy in a comparative perspective. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 43(9), 817-820.
  12. Next Steps in Data-to-Text Generation - Towards Better Data, Models, and Evaluation (2022)

    van der Lee, C. (2022). Next Steps in Data-to-Text Generation: Towards Better Data, Models, and Evaluation. Ridderprint.
  13. Validation of the Revised Multicultural Ideology Scale (MCI-r) in the UK (2022)

    Lefringhausen, K., Berry, J. W., Grigoryev, D., & Stogianni, M. (2022). Validation of the Revised Multicultural Ideology Scale (MCI-r) in the UK. Psychological Reports.
  14. Inclusive design of a sensitive virtual assistant to support people in vulnerable positions in their access to care (2022)

    van Heijster, H., Liebrecht, C., Bol, N., van Calis, J., van der Cruijsen, A., Dijkgraaf, M., Feitz, W., Muller, M., Tromp, E., Bevelander, K., & Antheunis, M. (2022). Inclusive design of a sensitive virtual assistant to support people in vulnerable positions in their access to care. In CONVERSATIONS 2022 : the 6th International Workshop on Chatbot Research, Applicatinos and Design (pp. 1-6) https://conversations2022.files.wordpress.com/2022/11/conversations_2022_projectpresentation_7_heijster.pdf
  15. Are you (relevantly) experienced? A moral argument for video games (2022)

    Cawston, A., & Wildman, N. (2022). Are you (relevantly) experienced? A moral argument for video games. In L. D'Olimpio, P. Paris, & A. Thompson (Eds.), Educating Character Through the Arts (pp. 109-124). Routledge.
  16. Of Caring Connections: Well-Being, Entrepreneurship & Technology (2022)

    Denoo, L., & van de Ven, I. (2022). Of Caring Connections: Well-Being, Entrepreneurship & Technology. In A. ten Klooster (Ed.), The Good of the University: Critical Contributions from the Tilburg Young Academy
  17. School Dropout Prediction and Feature Importance Exploration in Malawi Using Household Panel Data: Machine Learning Approach (2022)

    Çolak, H., Güven, Ç., & Nápoles, G. (Accepted/In press). School Dropout Prediction and Feature Importance Exploration in Malawi Using Household Panel Data: Machine Learning Approach. Journal of Computational Social Science.
  18. Stereotypes, disproportions, and power asymmetries in the visual portrayal of migrants in ten countries: an interdisciplinary AI-based approach (2022)

    Olier Jauregui, D. J. S., & Spadavecchia, C. (2022). Stereotypes, disproportions, and power asymmetries in the visual portrayal of migrants in ten countries: an interdisciplinary AI-based approach. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 9, [410].
  19. Superpixel-based Context Restoration for Self-supervised Pancreas Segmentation from CT scans (2022)

    van Donkelaar, S., Daamen, L., Andel, P., Zoetekouw, R., & Ong, S. (2022). Superpixel-based Context Restoration for Self-supervised Pancreas Segmentation from CT scans. Paper presented at 34rd Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the 31th Belgian Dutch Conference on Machine Learning , Mechelen, Belgium.
  20. Predicting evaluations of entrepreneurial pitches based on multimodal nonverbal behavioral cues and self-reported characteristics (2022)

    Stoitsas, K., Ertuğrul, I. Ö., Liebregts, W., & Jung, M. M. (2022). Predicting evaluations of entrepreneurial pitches based on multimodal nonverbal behavioral cues and self-reported characteristics. In ICMI '22 Companion: Companion Publication of the 2022 International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (pp. 121-126)