Jan Kornelis Dijkstra
Jan Kornelis Dijkstra
Associate Professor, University of Groningen, Sociology, The Netherlands
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Beyond the class norm: Bullying behavior of popular adolescents and its relation to peer acceptance and rejection
JK Dijkstra, S Lindenberg, R Veenstra
Journal of abnormal child psychology 36 (8), 1289-1299, 2008
Network–behavior dynamics
R Veenstra, JK Dijkstra, C Steglich, MHW Van Zalk
Journal of Research on Adolescence 23 (3), 399-412, 2013
The complex relation between bullying, victimization, acceptance, and rejection: Giving special attention to status, affection, and sex differences
R Veenstra, S Lindenberg, A Munniksma, JK Dijkstra
Child development 81 (2), 480-486, 2010
Basking in reflected glory and its limits: Why adolescents hang out with popular peers
JK Dijkstra, AHN Cillessen, S Lindenberg, R Veenstra
Journal of Research on Adolescence 20 (4), 942-958, 2010
Same-gender and cross-gender peer acceptance and peer rejection and their relation to bullying and helping among preadolescents: Comparing predictions from gender-homophily and …
JK Dijkstra, S Lindenberg, R Veenstra
Developmental psychology 43 (6), 1377, 2007
Popularity and adolescent friendship networks: selection and influence dynamics.
JK Dijkstra, AHN Cillessen, C Borch
Developmental Psychology 49 (7), 1242, 2013
Influence and selection processes in weapon carrying during adolescence: The roles of status, aggression, and vulnerability
JK Dijkstra, S Lindenberg, R Veenstra, C Steglich, J Isaacs, NA Card, ...
Criminology 48 (1), 187-220, 2010
The relation between popularity and aggressive, destructive, and norm‐breaking behaviors: Moderating effects of athletic abilities, physical attractiveness, and prosociality
JK Dijkstra, S Lindenberg, FC Verhulst, J Ormel, R Veenstra
Journal of Research on Adolescence 19 (3), 401-413, 2009
Transformations in adolescent peer networks
R Veenstra, JK Dijkstra
Relationship pathways: From adolescence to young adulthood, 135-154, 2011
Do physical and relational aggression explain adolescents' friendship selection? The competing roles of network characteristics, gender, and social status
JK Dijkstra, C Berger, S Lindenberg
Aggressive behavior 37 (5), 417-429, 2011
Peer norm salience for academic achievement, prosocial behavior, and bullying: Implications for adolescent school experiences
JK Dijkstra, SD Gest
The Journal of Early Adolescence 35 (1), 79-96, 2015
Predicting life‐time and regular cannabis use during adolescence; the roles of temperament and peer substance use: the TRAILS study
HE Creemers, JK Dijkstra, WAM Vollebergh, J Ormel, FC Verhulst, ...
Addiction 105 (4), 699-708, 2010
Being admired or being liked: Classroom social status and depressive problems in early adolescent girls and boys
AJ Oldehinkel, JGM Rosmalen, R Veenstra, JK Dijkstra, J Ormel
Journal of abnormal child psychology 35 (3), 417-427, 2007
The Development of Adolescents’ Friendships and Antipathies: A Longitudinal Multivariate Network Test of Balance Theory
A Rambaran, J Dijkstra, A Munniksma, AHN Cillessen
Social Networks, 2015
Competition, envy, or snobbism? How popularity and friendships shape antipathy networks of adolescents
C Berger, JK Dijkstra
Journal of Research on Adolescence 23 (3), 586-595, 2013
The dynamics of friendships and victimization in adolescence: A longitudinal social network perspective
M Sentse, JK Dijkstra, C Salmivalli, AHN Cillessen
Aggressive behavior 39 (3), 229-238, 2013
Who helps whom? Investigating the development of adolescent prosocial relationships.
L van Rijsewijk, JK Dijkstra, K Pattiselanno, C Steglich, R Veenstra
Developmental psychology 52 (6), 894, 2016
Same-gender and cross-gender likeability: Associations with popularity and status enhancement: The TRAILS study
JK Dijkstra, AHN Cillessen, S Lindenberg, R Veenstra
The Journal of Early Adolescence 30 (6), 773-802, 2010
Status‐based influence processes: The role of norm salience in contagion of adolescent risk attitudes
AJ Rambaran, JK Dijkstra, TH Stark
Journal of Research on Adolescence 23 (3), 574-585, 2013
First selection, then influence: Developmental differences in friendship dynamics regarding academic achievement.
MC Gremmen, JK Dijkstra, C Steglich, R Veenstra
Developmental psychology 53 (7), 1356, 2017
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