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IOANA POP, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Sociology department, Tilburg University. She has extensive experience with quantitative methods of analysis, applied to both cross-sectional and longitudinal data. She has written a PhD thesis examining the relationship between income inequality and health and wellbeing. Later, she has conducted research on neighborhood’s effects on health and wellbeing, life-course effects of adversity and stress on health, effects of atypical employment on wellbeing, as well as cross-country analysis on the effects of corruption or detraditionalization on mental illness. Her current line of research inquires in the role that meaning and authenticity have for wellbeing of individuals.

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Recente publicaties

  1. Detraditionalization, mental illness reports, and mental health profe…

    Pop, I., Roosma, F., & Achterberg, P. (2023). Detraditionalization, mental illness reports, and mental health professional care use in Europe. European Sociological Review.
  2. Microdosing psychedelics – Does it have an impact on emodiversity?

    Pop, I., & Dinkelacker, J. (2023). Microdosing psychedelics – Does it have an impact on emodiversity? Journal of Psychedelic Studies.
  3. Income inequality and acceptance of corrupt acts

    Pop, I., & Dewilde, C. (2022). Income inequality and acceptance of corrupt acts. In R. Luijkx, T. Reeskens, & I. Sieben (Eds.), Reflections on European Values: Honouring Loek Halman's contribution to the European Values Study (pp. 334-347). (European Values Series; Vol. 2). Open Press TiU.
  4. Status mismatch and self-reported intimate partner violence in the Eu…

    van Vugt, L., & Pop, I. (2022). Status mismatch and self-reported intimate partner violence in the European Union: Does the country’s context matter? European Societies, 24(3), 283-309.
  5. A theoretical perspective on why socioeconomic health inequalities ar…

    Wilderink, L., Bakker, I., Schuit, A. J., Seidell, J. C., Pop, I. A., & Renders, C. M. (2022). A theoretical perspective on why socioeconomic health inequalities are persistent: Building the case for an effective approach. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(14), [8384].

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