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Overview of recent publications:

2007
Van der Meij, H. (2007). What has research to say about gender-linked differences in CMC and does elementary school children's email use fit this picture? Sex Roles, (57(5-6), 341-354.
Van der Meij, H. (2007). Goal-orientation, goal setting and goal-driven behavior in (minimalist) user instructions.  IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 50(4), 295-305.
2005
Van der Meij, H. (2005). Combining theory & practice into a codebook for analyzing (e-mail) interactions. Research Report for kidNET. Twente University, Enschede, the Netherlands
Van der Meij, H., De Vries, B., Pieters, J.M., Boersma, K. Th., & Wegerif, R. (2005). An examination of interactional coherence in email use in elementary school. Computers in Human Behavior, 21(3), 417-439.
2004
Gellevij, M., & Van der Meij, H. (2004). Empirical proof for presenting screen captures in software documentation. Technical Communication, 51(2), 224-238.
Van der Meij, H., & Gellevij, M.R.M. (2004). The four components of procedures. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 47(1), 5-14.
2003
De Vries, B., & Van der Meij, H. (2003). Using e-mail to support reflective narration. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8), 829-838.
Van der Meij, H. (2003). Minimalism revisited. Document Design, 4(3), 212-233
Van der Meij, H., Blijleven, P. & Jansen, L. (2003). What makes up a procedure? In M.J. Albers & B. Mazur (Eds.), Content & Complexity. Information design in technical communication (pp. 129-186). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
2002
Gellevij, M., & Van der Meij, H. (2002). Screen captures to support switching attention. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 45(2), 115-122.
Gellevij, M., Van der Meij, H., De Jong, T. & Pieters, J.M. (2002). Multimodal versus Unimodal Instructions in a Complex Learning Context. Journal of Experimental Education, 70(3), 215-239.
Van der Meij, H. (2002). Styling the index: Is it time for a change? Journal of Information Science, 28(3), 243-251.
Van der Meij, H. & Boersma, K. Th. J. (2002). Email use in elementary school: An analysis of exchange patterns and content. British Journal of Educational Technology, 33 (2), 189-200.
Van der Meij, H. & Gellevij, M.R.M. (2002). Effects of pictures, age and experience on learning to use a computer program. Technical Communication, 49(3), 330-339.
Older publications (a selection):
Carroll, J.M., & Van der Meij, H. (1998). Ten misconceptions about minimalism. In, J.M. Carroll (Ed.), Minimalism beyond the Nurnberg funnel (pp. 55 - 90). Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.
Van der Meij, H. & Carroll, J.M. (1998). Principles and heuristics for designing minimalist instruction. In, J.M. Carroll (Ed.), Minimalism beyond the Nurnberg funnel (pp. 19 -53). Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.
Van der Meij, H. & Gellevij, M. (1998). Screen captures in software documentation. Technical Communication, 45(4), 529-543.
Van der Meij, H. (1997). The ISTE-approach to usability testing. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 40(3), 209-223.
Van der Meij, H. (1996). Does the manual help? An examination of the problem solving support offered by manuals. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 39(3), 146-156
Van der Meij, H. (1994). Student questioning: A componential analysis. Journal of Individual Differences and Learning, 6(2), 137-161.
Van der Meij, H. (1988). Constraints on question-asking in classrooms. Journal of Educational Psychology, 3, 401-405.