Mitch van Geel
Mitch van Geel
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Relationship between peer victimization, cyberbullying, and suicide in children and adolescents: a meta-analysis
M Van Geel, P Vedder, J Tanilon
JAMA pediatrics 168 (5), 435-442, 2014
5742014
Are overweight and obese youths more often bullied by their peers? A meta-analysis on the relation between weight status and bullying
M Van Geel, P Vedder, J Tanilon
International Journal of Obesity 38 (10), 1263-1267, 2014
1772014
Which personality traits are related to traditional bullying and cyberbullying? A study with the Big Five, Dark Triad and sadism
M van Geel, A Goemans, F Toprak, P Vedder
Personality and individual differences 106, 231-235, 2017
1342017
Over three decades of longitudinal research on the development of foster children: A meta-analysis
A Goemans, M van Geel, P Vedder
Child Abuse & Neglect 42, 121-134, 2015
1052015
The role of family obligations and school adjustment in explaining the immigrant paradox
M Van Geel, P Vedder
Journal of youth and adolescence 40 (2), 187-196, 2011
782011
The relation between peer victimization and sleeping problems: A meta-analysis
M van Geel, A Goemans, PH Vedder
Sleep medicine reviews 27, 89-95, 2016
742016
A meta-analysis on the relation between peer victimization and adolescent non-suicidal self-injury
M van Geel, A Goemans, P Vedder
Psychiatry research 230 (2), 364-368, 2015
592015
Bullying and weapon carrying: A meta-analysis
M Van Geel, P Vedder, J Tanilon
JAMA pediatrics 168 (8), 714-720, 2014
532014
Multicultural attitudes among adolescents: The role of ethnic diversity in the classroom
M van Geel, P Vedder
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 14 (4), 549-558, 2011
522011
The adaptation of non‐western and Muslim immigrant adolescents in the Netherlands: An immigrant paradox?
M Van Geel, P Vedder
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 51 (5), 398-402, 2010
502010
Peer influences on internalizing and externalizing problems among adolescents: A longitudinal social network analysis
J Fortuin, M van Geel, P Vedder
Journal of youth and adolescence 44 (4), 887-897, 2015
482015
Developmental outcomes of foster children: A meta-analytic comparison with children from the general population and children at risk who remained at home
A Goemans, M van Geel, M van Beem, P Vedder
Child maltreatment 21 (3), 198-217, 2016
462016
Are youth psychopathic traits related to bullying? Meta-analyses on callous-unemotional traits, narcissism, and impulsivity
M van Geel, F Toprak, A Goemans, W Zwaanswijk, P Vedder
Child Psychiatry & Human Development 48 (5), 768-777, 2017
342017
Romaphobia: A unique phenomenon?
V Ljujic, P Vedder, H Dekker, M Van Geel
Romani Studies 22 (2), 141-153, 2012
312012
Serbian adolescents’ Romaphobia and their acculturation orientations towards the Roma minority
V Ljujic, P Vedder, H Dekker, M van Geel
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 36 (1), 53-61, 2012
282012
Does peer victimization predict low self-esteem, or does low self-esteem predict peer victimization? Meta-analyses on longitudinal studies
M van Geel, A Goemans, W Zwaanswijk, G Gini, P Vedder
Developmental Review 49, 31-40, 2018
262018
Foster children’s behavioral development and foster parent stress: testing a transactional model
A Goemans, M van Geel, P Vedder
Journal of child and family studies 27 (3), 990-1001, 2018
222018
Peers and academic achievement: A longitudinal study on selection and socialization effects of in-class friends
J Fortuin, M Geel, P Vedder
The Journal of Educational Research 109 (1), 1-6, 2016
222016
Romaphobia among Serbian and Dutch adolescents: The role of perceived threat, nationalistic feelings, and integrative orientations
V Ljujic, P Vedder, H Dekker, M Geel
International Journal of Psychology 48 (3), 352-362, 2013
222013
Intergroup contact and prejudice between Dutch majority and Muslim minority youth in the Netherlands.
P Vedder, E Wenink, M van Geel
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 23 (4), 477, 2017
212017
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