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Publicaties Tranzo

Hieronder staan de meest recente publicaties van Tranzo, Scientific center for care and wellbeing

  1. Veranderende relatie lichaam en geest over de ontwikkeling heen - De ouder wordende mens (2022)

    Videler, A. C. (Accepted/In press). Veranderende relatie lichaam en geest over de ontwikkeling heen: De ouder wordende mens. In L. Eurelings-Bonteko, K. Kooiman, & M. Lub (Eds.), Het lichaam in de psychiatrie Bohn Stafleu van Loghum.
  2. Development of an intervention aimed at increasing awareness and acknowledgement of victimisation and its consequences among people with severe mental illness (2021)

    Albers, W. M. M., Nijssen, Y. A. M., Roeg, D. P. K., Bongers, I. M. B., & van Weeghel, J. (2021). Development of an intervention aimed at increasing awareness and acknowledgement of victimisation and its consequences among people with severe mental illness. Community Mental Health Journal, 57, 1375-1386.
  3. Intervention to prevent and manage the effects of victimization related to social participation for people with severe mental illness - Results from a cluster randomized controlled trial (2021)

    Albers, W., Roeg, D. P. K., Nijssen, Y. A. M., Deen, M., Bongers, I. M. B., & van Weeghel, J. (2021). Intervention to prevent and manage the effects of victimization related to social participation for people with severe mental illness: Results from a cluster randomized controlled trial. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 44(3), 254-265.
  4. Reward-related attentional capture predicts non-abstinence during a one-month abstinence challenge (2021)

    Albertella, L., van den Hooven, J. J. J., Bovens, R. H. L. M., & Wiers, R. W. (2021). Reward-related attentional capture predicts non-abstinence during a one-month abstinence challenge. Addictive Behaviors, 114, [106745].
  5. Terugkoppeling van onze eerste indrukken - POD in Nederland (2021)

    Artz, C. A. G. (2021). Terugkoppeling van onze eerste indrukken: POD in Nederland. GGzE & Tranzo, Tilburg University.
  6. Türkiye ortaöğretiminde temel sorun alanları ile bilgi ıhtiyacı duyulan araştirma alanlarinin tespit edilmesine yönelik karma bir araştirma (2021)

    Aytekin, I., Gurbuz, S., & Barca, M. (2021). Türkiye ortaöğretiminde temel sorun alanları ile bilgi ıhtiyacı duyulan araştirma alanlarinin tespit edilmesine yönelik karma bir araştirma. Hacettepe Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi/Hacettepe University Journal of Education, 36(1), 107-129.
  7. People with intellectual disabilities living in care facilities engaging in virtual social contact - A systematic review of the feasibility and effects on well-being (2021)

    Bakkum, L., Schuengel, C., Sterkenburg, P. S., Frielink, N., Embregts, P. J. C. M., de Schipper, J. C., ten Brug, A., & Tharner, A. (2021). People with intellectual disabilities living in care facilities engaging in virtual social contact: A systematic review of the feasibility and effects on well-being. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. ,
  8. Gender differences in the mitigating effect of co-parenting on parental burnout - The gender dimension applied to COVID-19 restrictions and parental burnout levels (2021)

    Bastiaansen, C. W. J., Verspeek, E. A. M., & van Bakel, H. J. A. (2021). Gender differences in the mitigating effect of co-parenting on parental burnout: The gender dimension applied to COVID-19 restrictions and parental burnout levels. Social Sciences, 10(4), [127].
  9. Informal help in a local setting - The Dutch Social Support Act in practice (2021)

    Berkers, E., Cloin, M., & Pop, I. (2021). Informal help in a local setting: The Dutch Social Support Act in practice. Health Policy, 125(1), 47-53.
  10. The relative effects of self-reported noise and odour annoyance on psychological distress: - Different effects across sociodemographic groups? (2021)

    Berkers, E., Pop, I., Cloin, M., Eugster, A., & Oers, H. V. (2021). The relative effects of self-reported noise and odour annoyance on psychological distress: Different effects across sociodemographic groups? PLOS ONE, 16(10), [e0258102].