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Van: Vermande, M.M. (Marjolijn) 
Verzonden: maandag 23 oktober 2006 17:40
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Onderwerp: FW: SNA in Psychology

Dear Deirdre,
I received your message from my colleague Chris Baerveldt.
The following publications concern applications of social network analysis in psychology:
Vermande, M. M., Van den Oord, E. J. C. G., Goudena, P. P., & Rispens, J. (2000). Structural characteristics of aggressor-victim relationships in Dutch school classes of 4- to 5-year-olds. Aggressive Behavior, 26, 11-31.

Van den Oord, E. J. C. G., Rispens, J., Goudena, P. P., & Vermande, M. (2000). Some developmental implications of structural aspects of preschoolers relations with classmates. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 21, 619-639.


The following publications had a sociologist as the first author:


Baerveldt, C., Van Rossem, R., & Vermande. M. (2003). Pupils' delinquency and their social networks. A test of some network assumptions of the ability and inability models of delinquency. 2003 The Netherlands Journal of Social Sciences, 39, 107-125.

 Baerveldt, C., Van Rossem, R., Vermande. M., & F. Weerman (2004) Students' delinquency and correlates with strong and weaker ties. A study of students' networks in Dutch high schools. Connections, 26, 11-28.

Van Rossem, R., & Vermande, M. M. (2004). Classroom roles and school adjustment. Social Psychology Quarterly, 67, 396-411.


Kind regards,


Marjolijn Vermande

Research Center Psychosocial Development in Context

Utrecht University

The Netherlands

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