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Research interests

Personalize treatment by using advanced statistics, such as machine learing or Bayesian Statistics.

Publications

Predictors of new onsets of irritable bowel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia: the lifelines study

Subgrouping school-aged children on the autism spectrum based on co-occurring psychiatric symptoms

Comparing the evidential strength for psychotropic drugs: a Bayesian meta-analysis

Does Functional Somatic Symptoms Measurement Differ Across Sex and Age? Differential Item Functioning in Somatic Symptoms Measured With the CIDI: Differential Item Functioning in Somatic Symptoms Measured With the CIDI

Improving the Measurement of Functional Somatic Symptoms With Item Response Theory

Towards personalized assessment of fatigue perpetuating factors in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome using ecological momentary assessment: A pilot study

Development of Grip self-help: An online patient-tailored self-help intervention for functional somatic symptoms in primary care

Gender and sex independently associate with common somatic symptoms and lifetime prevalence of chronic disease

Grip self-help: First analyses of referrals to an online toolbox for patient-tailored care for functional somatic symptoms in primary care

Improving the Measurement of Functional Somatic Symptoms with Item Response Theory

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Comparing the evidential strength for psychotropic drugs: a Bayesian meta-analysis