Jan Van den Bulck

1991-2016 School for Mass Communication Research Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) 
 2016- Department of Communication Studies University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Exelmans L, Van den Bulck J. (2018) Self-control depletion and sleep duration: the mediating role of television viewing. Psychology & Health. 1-18
Exelmans L, Gradisar M, Van den Bulck J. (2018) Sleep latency versus shuteye latency: Prevalence, predictors and relation to insomnia symptoms in a representative sample of adults. Journal of Sleep Research. e12737
Timmermans E, Van den Bulck J. (2018) Casual Sexual Scripts on the Screen: A Quantitative Content Analysis. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Exelmans L, Van den Bulck J. (2018) Sleep Research: A Primer for Media Scholars. Health Communication. 1-10
Exelmans L, Van den Bulck J. (2017) Binge Viewing, Sleep, and the Role of Pre-Sleep Arousal. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine : Jcsm : Official Publication of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Exelmans L, Van den Bulck J. (2017) Bedtime, shuteye time and electronic media: sleep displacement is a two-step process. Journal of Sleep Research. 26: 364-370
Nelissen S, Van den Bulck J, Lemal M, et al. (2016) Stem cell research: the role of information seeking and scanning. Health Information and Libraries Journal. 33: 269-282
Nelissen S, Van den Bulck J, Beullens K. (2016) Cancer-Diagnosed Individuals' Use of Television and the Internet as a Source for Peer Stories and Associated Emotional Responses. Journal of Cancer Education : the Official Journal of the American Association For Cancer Education
Exelmans L, Van den Bulck J. (2016) Bedtime mobile phone use and sleep in adults. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 148: 93-101
Exelmans L, Van den Bulck J. (2016) The Use of Media as a Sleep Aid in Adults. Behavioral Sleep Medicine. 14: 121-33
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