Taylor & Francis Group

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  1. 2019
  2. Schyns, B., Neves, P., Wisse, B., & Knoll, M. (2019). Turning the blind eye to destructive leadership: The forgotten destructive leaders. In R. E. Riggio (Ed.), What’s Wrong With Leadership?: Improving Leadership Research and Practice (1 ed., pp. 174-189). New York: Taylor & Francis Group.
  3. Täuber, S. (2019). Moralization as Legitimization for Ostracism. In S. Rudert, R. Greifeneder, & K. Williams (Eds.), Current Directions in Ostracism, Social Exclusion and Rejection Research and Rejection Research. (1 ed., pp. 172-189). (Current Issues in Social Psychology). Taylor & Francis Group.
  4. 2018
  5. Knopf, A., Bert, C., & Engelsman, M. (2018). Precision and Uncertainties for Moving Targets. In H. Paganetti (Ed.), Proton Therapy Physics (2 ed.). (Series in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering). Taylor & Francis Group.
  6. Langendijk, J. A., Maduro, J., Crijns, A., & Muijs, C. T. (2018). The Model-Based Approach to Select Patients for Proton Therapy and to Validate Its Added Value. In Advances in Particle Therapy: A Multidisciplinary Approach (1st ed.). Taylor & Francis Group.
  7. 2017
  8. Kretschmer, T., Dijkstra, J. K., & Veenstra, R. (2017). Social and individual antecedents of adolescent-onset conduct problem behaviour. In A. Blokland, & V. van der Geest (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Life-Course Criminology (pp. 179-199). (Routledge International Handbooks). Taylor & Francis Group.
  9. 2016
  10. Campbell-Verduyn, M. (2016). Additional Categories of Agency: ‘Creative Resistors’ to Normative Change in Post-Crisis Global Financial Governance. In A. Bloomfield, & S. Scott (Eds.), Norm Antipreneurs and the Politics of Resistance to Global Normative Change (1 ed., pp. 140-158). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  11. Strisciuglio, N., Azzopardi, G., Vento, M., & Petkov, N. (2016). Unsupervised delineation of the vessel tree in retinal fundus images. In Computational Vision and Medical Image Processing VIPIMAGE 2015 (pp. 149-155). Taylor & Francis Group.
  12. 2015
  13. Zhao, J. H., Xue, D., Ho, P., & Swart, J. (2015). Biotech Politics in an Emerging Economy: is China a Developmental Risk Society. In Rural Livelihoods in China. Political Economy in Transition Taylor & Francis Group.
  14. Sierksma, G., & Zwols, Y. (2015). Linear and integer optimization: Theory and practice. (3 ed.) Taylor & Francis Group.
  15. 2014
  16. Ursavas, E., & Ozdemir, D. (2014). Bi-objective Berth–crane Allocation Problem in Container Terminals. In B. Y. Kara, I. Sabuncuoglu, & B. Bidanda (Eds.), Global Logistics Management (pp. 83-98). Taylor & Francis Group.
  17. 2011
  18. de Vries, J., & Spens, K. (2011). The shaping of inventory systems in health services. In Y. Yih (Ed.), Handbook of healthcare delivery systems (pp. 20-1 - 20-13). London/New York: Taylor & Francis Group.
  19. 2010
  20. De Dreu, C. K. W., Nijstad, B. A., & Baas, M. (2010). Creativity in individuals and groups: Basic principles with practical implications. In R. van Dick, D. de Cremer, & J. K. Murnighan (Eds.), Social psychology and organizations (pp. 297 - 324). New York: Taylor & Francis Group.
  21. Creemers, B. P. M., Kyriakides, L., & Sammons, P. (2010). Methodological advances in educational effectiveness research. London, UK/New York, NY: Taylor & Francis Group.
  22. 2009
  23. Postma, M. (2009). Sensitivity analysis. In R. JG. Arnold (Ed.), Pharmacoeconomics: from theory to practice (Vol. Chapter 12, pp. 163-174). Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis Group.
  24. van der Woude, L., de Groot, S., Veeger, H. E. J., van Drongelen, S., & Janssen, T. W. J. (2009). Wheelchair ambulation: biomechanics and ergonomic considerationts. In S. Kumar (Ed.), Ergonomics for rehabilitation professionals (pp. 173-214). Taylor & Francis Group.
  25. 2008
  26. Toebes, B. (2008). Taking a human rights approach to health care commercialisation. In P. Cholewka, & M. M. Motlagh (Eds.), Health Capital and Sustainable Socioeconomic Development (pp. 441-458). Boca Raton/London/New York: Taylor & Francis Group.
  27. 2007
  28. Petkov, N. (2007). Contour detection by surround suppression of texture. In JMRS. Tavares, & RMN. Jorge (Eds.), COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF OBJECTS REPRESENTED IN IMAGES: FUNDAMENTALS, METHODS AND APPLICATIONS (pp. 29-32). (Proceedings and Monographs in Engineering, Water and Earth Sciences). LONDON: Taylor & Francis Group.
  29. Petkov, N., Alegre, E., Biehl, M., & Sánchez, L. (2007). LVQ acrosome integrity assessment of boar sperm cells. In JMRS. Tavares, & RMN. Jorge (Eds.), COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF OBJECTS REPRESENTED IN IMAGES: FUNDAMENTALS, METHODS AND APPLICATIONS (pp. 337-342). (Proceedings and Monographs in Engineering, Water and Earth Sciences). LONDON: Taylor & Francis Group.
  30. 2006
  31. Hermes, C. L. M., & Lensink, B. W. (2006). Does aid work? New evidence from recent empirical studies. In A. S. Huque, & H. Zafarullah (Eds.), Handbook of international development governance (pp. 163-182). New York: Taylor & Francis Group.
  32. Scholten, O. (2006). Strangeness production in a couple channels framework. In I. J. D. MacGregor, & R. Kaiser (Eds.), Hadron Physics (pp. 417). Taylor & Francis Group.
  33. 2005
  34. Gechev, T. S., Gadjev, I. Z., Dukiandjiev, S., & Minkov, I. N. (2005). Reactive oxygen species as signaling molecules controlling stress adaptation and programmed cell death in plants. In M. Pessarakli (Ed.), Handbook Of Photosynthesis (pp. 209 - 220). Boca Raton, USA: Taylor & Francis Group.
  35. Otten, S. (2005). The in-group as part of the self: Reconsidering the link between social categorization, in-group favoritism and the self-concept. In A. Alicke, D. Dunning, & J. Krueger (Eds.), The self in social judgment (pp. 241-265). Taylor & Francis Group.
  36. 2002
  37. Gaalman, G. J. C., & Perona, M. (2002). Production planning and control: Workload control in job shops. London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  38. 2001
  39. Slomp, J., & Ruël, G. (2001). A socio-technical approach for the design of a production control system: towards controllable production units. In B. L. MacCarthey, & J. R. Wilson (Eds.), Human performance in planning and scheduling: fieldwork studies (pp. 383 - 409). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  40. Slomp, J. (2001). Human factors in the planning and scheduling of flexible manufacturing systems. In B. L. MacCarthey, & J. R. Wilson (Eds.), Human performance in planning and scheduling: fieldwork studies (pp. 179 - 197). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  41. MacCarthey, B. L., & Wilson, J. R. (2001). Human performance in planning and scheduling: fieldwork studies. London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  42. 1999
  43. Wever, D., & de Vries, J. (1999). Researching disability issues. Taylor & Francis Group.
  44. 1998
  45. Waern, Y. (1998). Co-operative Process Management. London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  46. Buunk, A. B., & Siero, F. W. (1998). Determinants of safe sex among adult heterosexuals: Towards theory-based interventions. In T. Sandfort (Ed.), The Dutch response to HIV: Pragmatism and consensus (pp. 204 - 225). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  47. Popping, R. (1998). Knowledge graphs in group learning. In Y. Waern (Ed.), Co-operative Process Management (pp. 211 - 225). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  48. Drenth, P. J. D., Thierry, H., & de Wolff, C. J. (1998). New Handbook of Work and Organizational Psychology: volume 2: Work Psychology. London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  49. Sandfort, T. (1998). The Dutch response to HIV: Pragmatism and consensus. London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  50. 1997
  51. van Campenhoudt, L., Cohen, M., Guizzardi, G., & Hausser, D. (1997). Sexual interactions and HIV risk. Exeter: Taylor & Francis Group.
  52. Ferrand, A., & Snijders, T. A. B. (1997). Social networks and normative tensions. In L. van Campenhoudt, M. Cohen, G. Guizzardi, & D. Hausser (Eds.), Sexual interactions and HIV risk (pp. 6 - 21). Exeter: Taylor & Francis Group.
  53. 1996
  54. Schomaker, L., & van Galen, GP. (1996). Computer models of handwriting. In A. Dijkstra, & K. de Smedt (Eds.), Computational Psycholinguistics: AI and connectionist models of human language processing (pp. 386-420). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  55. 1995
  56. Brookhuis, K. A., & De Waard, D. (1995). Driver impairment monitoring by physiological measures. In L. Hartley (Ed.), Fatigue & driving (pp. 181 - 189). LONDON: Taylor & Francis Group.
  57. Meijman, T. F. (1995). Epilogue. In J. Snel, & R. Cremer (Eds.), Work and aging, A European Prospective. (pp. 397 - 400). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  58. Hartley, L. (1995). Fatigue & driving. London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  59. de Zwart, B. H. C., Broersen, J. P. J., Frings-Dresen, M. H. W., & van Dijk, F. J. H. (1995). Indications for selection on musculoskeletal complaints among aging workers. In M. Kumashiro (Ed.), The path to productive aging. (pp. 58 - 62). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  60. Zwart, B. C. H. (1995). The aging shiftworker: Adjustment or selection? In J. Snel, & R. Cremer (Eds.), Work and aging: A European Prospective. (pp. 107 - 120). London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  61. Kumashiro, M. (1995). The path to productive aging. London: Taylor & Francis Group.
  62. Snel, J., & Cremer, R. (1995). Work and aging: A European Prospective. London: Taylor & Francis Group.

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