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Publications

Benefits of Bullying? A Test of the Evolutionary Hypothesis in Three Cohorts

Childhood and Adolescent Bullying Perpetration and Later Substance Use: A Meta-analysis

Family Belongingness Attenuates Entrapment and Buffers Its Association with Suicidal Ideation in a Sample of Dutch Sexual Minority Emerging Adults

Polygenic risk for aggressive behaviour from late childhood through early adulthood

The Value of Multiple-Generation Cohorts for Studying Parenting and Child Development

“We Say ‘Mothers’ But Mean ‘Parents’”: Qualitative Perceptions and Experiences With Father Absence Among Curaçaoan, Curaçaoan-Dutch, and Dutch Young People

Caught in a vicious cycle? Explaining bidirectional spillover between parent-child relationships and peer victimization

Explaining Health Disparities between Heterosexual and LGB Adolescents by Integrating the Minority Stress and Psychological Mediation Frameworks: Findings from the TRAILS Study

Peers and Homophobic Attitudes in Adolescence: Examining Selection and Influence Processes in Friendships and Antipathies

Reward Responsiveness, Optimism, and Social and Mental Functioning in Children Aged 6-7: Protocol of a Cross-Sectional Pilot Study

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Press/media

In de Wetenschap: Speciale podcast over vrouwen in de wetenschap

In de Wetenschap: Speciale podcast over vrouwen in de wetenschap

Catching up on COVID-19 - Alex Friedrich - In Science #25 - RUG Podcast

In de Wetenschap: College van Bestuur over besturen in tijden van corona

In de Wetenschap: College van Bestuur over besturen in tijden van corona

Open Science, preprints, ethical boards and fast research in “the COVID era”

Podcast 'In de Wetenschap' met Alex Friedrich

Dealing with COVID-19 - Alex Friedrich - In Science #18 - RUG Podcast

Podcast In de Wetenschap met dr. Tina Kretschmer

Social skills begin to decline in late 30s and early 40s, study finds

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