Tessa Lansu
Tessa Lansu
Assistant Professor, Radboud University Nijmegen
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Participant roles of bullying in adolescence: Status characteristics, social behavior, and assignment criteria
JL Pouwels, TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Aggressive behavior 42 (3), 239-253, 2016
Peer status in emerging adulthood: Associations of popularity and preference with social roles and behavior
TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Journal of Adolescent Research 27 (1), 132-150, 2012
Stability of peer victimization: A meta-analysis of longitudinal research
JL Pouwels, PM Souren, TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Developmental Review 40, 1-24, 2016
Predicting adolescents’ bullying participation from developmental trajectories of social status and behavior
JL Pouwels, C Salmivalli, S Saarento, YHM van den Berg, TAM Lansu, ...
Child development 89 (4), 1157-1176, 2018
Measuring social status and social behavior with peer and teacher nomination methods
YHM Van den Berg, TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Social Development 24 (4), 815-832, 2015
Stability, correlates, and time-covarying associations of peer victimization from grade 4 to 12
AHN Cillessen, TAM Lansu
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 44 (3), 456-470, 2015
Disentangling the frequency and severity of bullying and victimization in the association with empathy
THJ Van Noorden, WM Bukowski, GJT Haselager, TAM Lansu, ...
Social Development 25 (1), 176-192, 2016
The participant roles of bullying in different grades: Prevalence and social status profiles
JL Pouwels, THJ van Noorden, TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Social Development 27 (4), 732-747, 2018
Children's observed interactions with best friends: Associations with friendship jealousy and satisfaction
MHF Deutz, TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Social Development 24 (1), 39-56, 2015
Adolescents' selective visual attention for high‐status peers: The role of perceiver status and gender
TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen, JC Karremans
Child development 85 (2), 421-428, 2014
Preference and popularity as distinct forms of status: A meta-analytic review of 20 years of research
YHM van den Berg, TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Journal of Adolescence 84, 78-95, 2020
A developmental perspective on popularity and the group process of bullying
JL Pouwels, TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Aggression and violent behavior 43, 64-70, 2018
Aggression, hostile attributions, status, and gender: A continued quest
AHN Cillessen, TAM Lansu, YHM Van Den Berg
Development and Psychopathology 26 (3), 635-644, 2014
Implicit and explicit peer evaluation: Associations with early adolescents’ prosociality, aggression, and bullying
TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen, WM Bukowski
Journal of Research on Adolescence 23 (4), 762-771, 2013
Children’s helping behavior in an ethnic intergroup context: Evidence for outgroup helping.
J Sierksma, TAM Lansu, JC Karremans, G Bijlstra
Developmental Psychology 54 (5), 916, 2018
Implicit associations with popularity in early adolescence: An approach–avoidance analysis.
TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen, JC Karremans
Developmental Psychology 48 (1), 65, 2012
Bullying involvement and empathy: child and target characteristics
THJ van Noorden, AHN Cillessen, GJT Haselager, TAM Lansu, ...
Social Development 26 (2), 248-262, 2017
Unanimous versus partial rejection: how the number of excluders influences the impact of ostracism in children
MJ Sandstrom, MHF Deutz, TAM Lansu, THJ van Noorden, JC Karremans, ...
Aggressive Behavior 43 (2), 190-203, 2017
Peer victimization in adolescence: Concordance between measures and associations with global and daily internalizing problems
JL Pouwels, TAM Lansu, AHN Cillessen
Journal of adolescence 53, 195-206, 2016
Why does decreased likeability not deter adolescent bullying perpetrators?
CF Garandeau, TAM Lansu
Aggressive behavior 45 (3), 348-359, 2019
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