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Publications

Childhood trauma and bullying-victimization as an explanation for differences in mental disorders by sexual orientation

ConNEcT: A Novel Network Approach for Investigating the Co-occurrence of Binary Psychopathological Symptoms Over Time

Emotion dynamics in children and adolescents: A meta-analytic and descriptive review

Hybrid systematic review and network meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials of interventions for depressive symptoms in patients with coronary artery disease

Longitudinal bidirectional associations between internalizing mental disorders and cardiometabolic disorders in the general adult population

Mixed-Effects Trait-State-Occasion Model: Studying the Psychometric Properties and the Person-Situation Interactions of Psychological Dynamics

Perceived helpfulness of treatment for specific phobia: Findings from the World Mental Health Surveys

The Bidirectional Relationship Between Debts and Common Mental Disorders: Results of a longitudinal Population-Based Study

A Prescription Trend Analysis of Methylphenidate: Relation to Study Reports on Efficacy

Association between Mental Disorders and Subsequent Medical Conditions

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Press/media

Sociale behoeften verschillen nauwelijks per leeftijdsgroep

Verhoogd risico op ontwikkelen lichamelijke ziektes bij mensen met psychische stoornissen

Mensen met psychische stoornissen hebben later een hoger risico op lichamelijke ziekten

Big study to understand the experience of happiness in Dutch children and adolescents

RUG start onderzoek naar geluksgevoel Nederlandse kinderen en jongeren

RUG start onderzoek naar psychisch welzijn Nederlandse jeugd

Download 'Promovendiregister op universiteit' PDF document | 550 kB Publicatie | 15-04-2020

Download 'Promovendiregister op thema uit de SZW kennisagenda' PDF document | 343 kB Publicatie | 05-02-2020

This diary study just happened to be taking place when disaster struck, providing a rare insight into vicarious experience of traumatic events

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