Antonius Cillessen
Antonius Cillessen
Professor of Psychology, Radboud University
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From censure to reinforcement: Developmental changes in the association between aggression and social status
AHN Cillessen, L Mayeux
Child development 75 (1), 147-163, 2004
Children's perceptions of popular and unpopular peers: a multimethod assessment.
KM LaFontana, AHN Cillessen
Developmental psychology 38 (5), 635, 2002
Understanding popularity in the peer system
AHN Cillessen, AJ Rose
Current Directions in Psychological Science 14 (2), 102-105, 2005
Forms and functions of adolescent peer aggression associated with high levels of peer status
MJ Prinstein, AHN Cillessen
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 310-342, 2003
Developmental changes in the priority of perceived status in childhood and adolescence
KM LaFontana, AHN Cillessen
Social Development 19 (1), 130-147, 2010
Social-cognitive and behavioral correlates of aggression and victimization in boys' play groups
D Schwartz, KA Dodge, JD Coie, JA Hubbard, AHN Cillessen, ...
Journal of abnormal child psychology 26, 431-440, 1998
Associations of peer acceptance and perceived popularity with bullying and victimization in early adolescence
EH De Bruyn, AHN Cillessen, IB Wissink
The Journal of Early Adolescence 30 (4), 543-566, 2010
Empathy and involvement in bullying in children and adolescents: A systematic review
THJ Van Noorden, GJT Haselager, AHN Cillessen, WM Bukowski
Journal of youth and adolescence 44, 637-657, 2015
Heterogeneity among peer‐rejected boys: Subtypes and stabilities
AHN Cillessen, HW Van IJzendoorn, CFM van Lieshout, WW Hartup
Child development 63 (4), 893-905, 1992
The dyadic nature of social information processing in boys' reactive and proactive aggression.
JA Hubbard, KA Dodge, AHN Cillessen, JD Coie, D Schwartz
Journal of personality and social psychology 80 (2), 268, 2001
From indirect aggression to invisible aggression: A conceptual view on bullying and peer group manipulation
CF Garandeau, AHN Cillessen
Aggression and violent behavior 11 (6), 612-625, 2006
Sociometric methods.
AHN Cillessen
The Guilford Press, 2009
Conceptualizing and measuring popularity
AHN Cillessen, PEL Marks
Popularity in the peer system, 25-56, 2011
Is being popular a risky proposition?
L Mayeux, MJ Sandstrom, AHN Cillessen
Journal of research on adolescence 18 (1), 49-74, 2008
Stability of continuous measures of sociometric status: A meta-analysis
XL Jiang, AHN Cillessen
Developmental Review 25 (1), 1-25, 2005
Predictors of dyadic friendship quality in adolescence
AHN Cillessen, XL Jiang, TV West, DK Laszkowski
International Journal of Behavioral Development 29 (2), 165-172, 2005
Developmental trajectories of adolescent popularity: A growth curve modelling analysis
AHN Cillessen, C Borch
Journal of adolescence 29 (6), 935-959, 2006
Popularity in early adolescence: Prosocial and antisocial subtypes
EH De Bruyn, AHN Cillessen
Journal of Adolescent Research 21 (6), 607-627, 2006
Clueless or powerful? Identifying subtypes of bullies in adolescence
M Peeters, AHN Cillessen, RHJ Scholte
Journal of youth and adolescence 39, 1041-1052, 2010
Likeable versus popular: Distinct implications for adolescent adjustment
MJ Sandstrom, AHN Cillessen
International Journal of Behavioral Development 30 (4), 305-314, 2006
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