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My research focuses on language use and the cognitive processes of text interpretation. Specifically, I investigate the effects of issue framing and valence framing in real language use contexts such as online reviews, surveys, and voting advice applications. For investigating those issues, I apply a wide variety of research methods, such as big data research, controlled experiments and think-aloud studies (see https://ojs.ub.uni-konstanz.de/srm/article/view/6728 for an example of combined methodologies). 

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Recent publications

  1. A good tennis player does not lose matches. The effects of valence co…

    Kamoen, N., & Mos, M. (2019). A good tennis player does not lose matches. The effects of valence congruency in processing stance-argument pairs. PLoS ONE.
  2. Issue framing in online voting advice applications - The effect of le…

    Kamoen, N., Van de Pol, J., Krouwel, A., de Vreese, C. H., & Holleman, B. (2019). Issue framing in online voting advice applications: The effect of left-wing and right-wing headers on reported attitudes. PLoS ONE.
  3. I Get It! Using Qualitative and Quantitative Data to Investigate Comp…

    Kamoen, N., & Holleman, B. (2018). I Get It! Using Qualitative and Quantitative Data to Investigate Comprehension Difficulties in Political Attitude Questions. Abstract from BigSurv, Barcelona, Spain.
  4. Een goede tennisser verliest geen wedstrijden - De verwerking van sta…

    Kamoen, N., & Mos, M. (2018). Een goede tennisser verliest geen wedstrijden: De verwerking van standpunt argumentparen die congruent of incongruent zijn in hun valentie. Abstract from VIOT, .
  5. Ik snap het niet. Begripsproblemen bij het beantwoorden van opinievra…

    Kamoen, N., & Holleman, B. (2018). Ik snap het niet. Begripsproblemen bij het beantwoorden van opinievragen in stemhulpen. Abstract from VIOT, .

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