Joost Oude Groeniger
Joost Oude Groeniger
Postdoctoral Researcher, Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Does social distinction contribute to socioeconomic inequalities in diet: the case of ‘superfoods’ consumption
JO Groeniger, FJ van Lenthe, MA Beenackers, CBM Kamphuis
international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity 14 (1), 40, 2017
The role of financial strain and self-control in explaining health behaviours: the GLOBE study
MA Beenackers, J Oude Groeniger, FJ van Lenthe, CBM Kamphuis
The European Journal of Public Health 28 (4), 597-603, 2018
Urban population density and mortality in a compact Dutch city: 23-year follow-up of the Dutch GLOBE study
MA Beenackers, JO Groeniger, CBM Kamphuis, FJ Van Lenthe
Health & place 53, 79-85, 2018
Het terugdringen van gezondheidsachterstanden: een systematisch overzicht van kansrijke en effectieve interventies
MA Beenackers, WJ Nusselder, J Oude Groeniger, FJ Van Lenthe
Rotterdam: Erasmus MC Universitair Medisch Centrum Rotterdam, 2015
Repeatedly measured material and behavioral factors changed the explanation of socioeconomic inequalities in all-cause mortality
JO Groeniger, CB Kamphuis, JP Mackenbach, FJ van Lenthe
Journal of clinical epidemiology 91, 137-145, 2017
The role of the built environment in explaining educational inequalities in walking and cycling among adults in the Netherlands
DC van Wijk, JO Groeniger, FJ van Lenthe, CBM Kamphuis
International journal of health geographics 16 (1), 10, 2017
The moderating role of self-control and financial strain in the relation between exposure to the food environment and obesity: The GLOBE study
JD Mackenbach, MA Beenackers, JM Noordzij, J Oude Groeniger, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (4), 674, 2019
What’s the difference? A gender perspective on understanding educational inequalities in all-cause and cause-specific mortality
K van Hedel, FJ van Lenthe, JO Groeniger, JP Mackenbach
BMC public health 18 (1), 1105, 2018
Are socio-economic inequalities in diet and physical activity a matter of social distinction? A cross-sectional study
JO Groeniger, CBM Kamphuis, JP Mackenbach, MA Beenackers, ...
International journal of public health 64 (7), 1037-1047, 2019
Advancing mediation analysis in occupational health research
O Groeniger, A Burdorf
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health 46 (2), 113-116, 2020
Longitudinal effects of urban green space on walking and cycling: A fixed effects analysis
M Hogendorf, JO Groeniger, JM Noordzij, MA Beenackers, FJ van Lenthe
Health & place 61, 102264, 2020
Effect of changes in green spaces on mental health in older adults: a fixed effects analysis
JM Noordzij, MA Beenackers, JO Groeniger, FJ Van Lenthe
J Epidemiol Community Health 74 (1), 48-56, 2020
Material, behavioural, cultural and psychosocial factors in the explanation of socioeconomic inequalities in oral health
D Duijster, J Oude Groeniger, GJMG Van Der Heijden, FJ van Lenthe
The European Journal of Public Health 28 (4), 590-597, 2018
Does cultural capital contribute to educational inequalities in food consumption in the Netherlands? A cross-sectional analysis of the GLOBE-2011 survey
CBM Kamphuis, JO Groeniger, FJ van Lenthe
International journal for equity in health 17 (1), 168, 2018
Contribution of time-varying measures of health behaviours to socioeconomic inequalities in mortality: how to understand the underlying mechanisms?
JO Groeniger, FJ van Lenthe
J Epidemiol Community Health 70 (10), 1045-1048, 2016
Differences between Men and Women in Treatment and Outcome after Traumatic Brain Injury
A Mikolić, D van Klaveren, J Oude Groeniger, EJA Wiegers, HF Lingsma, ...
Journal of Neurotrauma, 2020
How does cultural capital keep you thin? Exploring unique aspects of cultural class that link social advantage to lower body mass index
J Oude Groeniger, W de Koster, J van der Waal, JP Mackenbach, ...
Sociology of health & illness 42 (7), 1497-1515, 2020
Working conditions and health behavior as causes of educational inequalities in self-rated health: An inverse odds weighting approach
JLD Schram, JO Groeniger, M Schuring, KI Proper, SH van Oostrom, ...
Scand. J. Work Environ. Health, 2020
How does bridging social capital relate to health-behavior, overweight and obesity among low and high educated groups? A cross-sectional analysis of GLOBE-2014
CBM Kamphuis, JO Groeniger, MP Poelman, MA Beenackers, ...
BMC public health 19 (1), 1635, 2019
Effective interventions to reduce socioeconomic inequality in health
MA Beenackers, FJ van Lenthe, JO Groeniger, WJ Nusselder, ...
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