Manfred te Grotenhuis
Manfred te Grotenhuis
Associate professor of quantitative data analyses, Radboud University
Verified email at maw.ru.nl - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The reliability of a two-item scale: Pearson, Cronbach, or Spearman-Brown?
R Eisinga, M Te Grotenhuis, B Pelzer
International journal of public health 58 (4), 637-642, 2013
10622013
Influence. ME: tools for detecting influential data in mixed effects models
R Nieuwenhuis, HF te Grotenhuis, BJ Pelzer
1692012
Education, religiosity and moral attitudes: Explaining cross-national effect differences
P Scheepers, M Te Grotenhuis, F Van Der Slik
Sociology of Religion 63 (2), 157-176, 2002
1692002
Influential cases in multilevel modeling: a methodological comment
T Van der Meer, M Te Grotenhuis, B Pelzer
American Sociological Review 75 (1), 173-178, 2010
1672010
Welfare states and dimensions of social capital: cross-national comparisons of social contacts in European countries
P Scheepers, MT Grotenhuis, J Gelissen
European Societies 4 (2), 185-207, 2002
1592002
Churches in Dutch: Causes of religious disaffiliation in the Netherlands, 1937–1995
M Te Grotenhuis, P Scheepers
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 40 (4), 591-606, 2001
1302001
Denomination, religious context, and suicide: Neo-Durkheimian multilevel explanations tested with individual and contextual data
F Van Tubergen, M Te Grotenhuis, W Ultee
American Journal of Sociology 111 (3), 797-823, 2005
1232005
Dimensions of individual religiosity and charity: cross-national effect differences in European countries?
J Reitsma, P Scheepers, MT Grotenhuis
Review of religious research, 347-362, 2006
1002006
Three types of voluntary associations in comparative perspective: The importance of studying associational involvement through a typology of associations in 21 European countries
TWG Van Der Meer, M Te Grotenhuis, PLH Scheepers
Journal of Civil Society 5 (3), 227-241, 2009
742009
Who Cares for the Poor in Europe? Micro and Macro Determinants for Alleviating Poverty in 15 European Countries
P Scheepers, MT Grotenhuis
European Sociological Review 21 (5), 453-465, 2005
682005
When do people report crime to the police? Results from a factorial survey design in the Netherlands, 2010
J Tolsma, J Blaauw, M Te Grotenhuis
Journal of experimental criminology 8 (2), 117-134, 2012
482012
Religion in Dutch Society 2005-SOCON 2005
RN Eisinga, A Need, MTA Coenders, ND De Graaf, M Lubbers, ...
DANS EASY, 2005
432005
Traditional Christian belief and belief in the supernatural: diverging trends in the Netherlands between 1979 and 2005?
ND De Graaf, M Te Grotenhuis
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47 (4), 585-598, 2008
422008
Does belonging accompany believing? Correlations and trends in Western Europe and North America between 1981 and 2000
O Aarts, A Need, MT Grotenhuis, ND De Graaf
Review of religious research, 16-34, 2008
412008
When size matters: advantages of weighted effect coding in observational studies
M Te Grotenhuis, B Pelzer, R Eisinga, R Nieuwenhuis, A Schmidt-Catran, ...
International Journal of Public Health 62 (1), 163-167, 2017
382017
Ontkerkelijking: oorzaken en gevolgen
M Grotenhuis
Radboud University Nijmegen, 1999
331999
States as molders of informal relations? A multilevel test on social participation in 20 Western countries
T Van der Meer, P Scheepers, M Te Grotenhuis
European societies 11 (2), 233-255, 2009
322009
Weather conditions and voter turnout in Dutch national parliament elections, 1971–2010
R Eisinga, M Te Grotenhuis, B Pelzer
International journal of biometeorology 56 (4), 783-786, 2012
302012
Does duration of deregulated religious markets affect church attendance? Evidence from 26 religious markets in Europe and North America between 1981 and 2006
O Aarts, A Need, M Te Grotenhuis, ND De Graaf
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 49 (4), 657-672, 2010
262010
Collinearity involving ordered and unordered categorical variables
J Hendrickx, B Pelzer, M Te Grotenhuis, J Lammers
RC33 conference in Amsterdam, 2004
232004
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