Manfred te Grotenhuis
Manfred te Grotenhuis
Associate professor of quantitative data analyses, Radboud University
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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
Influence. ME: tools for detecting influential data in mixed effects models
R Nieuwenhuis, HF Te Grotenhuis, BJ Pelzer
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Religion in Dutch Society 2005-SOCON 2005
RN Eisinga, A Need, MTA Coenders, ND De Graaf, M Lubbers, ...
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
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
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
Ontkerkelijking: oorzaken en gevolgen
M Grotenhuis
Radboud University Nijmegen, 1999
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
Religion in Dutch society 2000
R Eisinga, M Coenders, A Felling, M Te Grotenhuis, S Oomens, ...
Documentation of a national survey on religious and secular attitudes in, 2000
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
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