Hubert Korzilius

List of John Benjamins publications for which Hubert Korzilius plays a role.


It has been suggested that differences in mental processing affect the persuasiveness of language use. Within the Elaboration Likelihood Model framework, we examined if there were differences in the persuasiveness of English versus Dutch words in job ads depending on the way the job ads were… read more
Pair, Rob Le, Carel Jansen, Hubert Korzilius, Jolanda van Gerdingen, Susanne de Graaf and Rentia Visser 2007 Information Mapping: Effects of text features and reader characteristics on performance and appreciationInformation Design Journal 15:1, pp. 69–83 | Article
In a previous study, no effects were found applying Information Mapping® (IMAP) to a relatively short text. In three new experiments, we investigated whether text length and the presence or absence of typical IMAP format features would influence possible IMAP effects, and if there would be any… read more
Rooy, Lonneke van, Berna Hendriks, Frank van Meurs and Hubert Korzilius 2006 Job advertisements in the Dutch mental health care sector: Preferences of potential applicantsInformation and Document Design: Varieties on Recent Research, Carliner, Saul, Jan Piet Verckens and Cathy de Waele (eds.), pp. 61–81 | Article
Dasselaar, Linda, Frank van Meurs, Rob le Pair en Hubert Korzilius 2005 Het Effect van Het Gebruik van Engels OP Websites Voor Nederlandse JongerenMeertaligheid zonder meer, pp. 81–92 | Article
The use of English in advertising aimed at non-native speakers of English is claimed to enhance image and text evaluation and to have no negative impact on comprehension. We tested these claims using promotional websites aimed at Dutch youngsters. Dutch secondary school pupils evaluated a… read more
Jansen, Carel, Hubert Korzilius, Rob Le Pair and Miranda Roest 2003 Testing an Information Mapping® text: Does the method live up to the expectations?Document Design 4:1, pp. 48–59 | Article
Part of the professional interaction strategy that immigration officers of the IND (the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service) use entails listening critically to the stories told by asylum seekers. If the truthfulness of their stories is doubtful, immigration officers base their judgements… read more