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
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
Understanding popularity in the peer system
AHN Cillessen, AJ Rose
Current Directions in Psychological Science 14 (2), 102-105, 2005
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
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
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
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
Developmental trajectories of adolescent popularity: A growth curve modelling analysis
AHN Cillessen, C Borch
Journal of adolescence 29 (6), 935-959, 2006
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
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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