ben pelzer
ben pelzer
Universitair docent, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
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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
9722013
Consequences of media and Internet use for offline and online network capital and well-being. A causal model approach
M Vergeer, B Pelzer
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 15 (1), 189-210, 2009
1632009
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
1582010
Influence. ME: tools for detecting influential data in mixed effects models
R Nieuwenhuis, HF te Grotenhuis, BJ Pelzer
1532012
High school students’ views on history
M Grever, B Pelzer, T Haydn
Journal of Curriculum Studies 43 (2), 207-229, 2011
502011
Advanced medical life support procedures in vitally compromised children by a helicopter emergency medical service
BM Gerritse, A Schalkwijk, BJ Pelzer, GJ Scheffer, JM Draaisma
BMC emergency medicine 10 (1), 6, 2010
412010
Sample size calculations for 3-level cluster randomized trials
S Teerenstra, M Moerbeek, T van Achterberg, BJ Pelzer, GF Borm
Clinical Trials 5 (5), 486-495, 2008
372008
Categorische data analyse met SPSS
J Lammers
Uitgeverij Van Gorcum, 2007
372007
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
352017
De houding jegens klasgenoten: etnisch gekleurd? Een onderzoek naar factoren van invloed op de attitude van basisschoolleerlingen jegens klasgenoten van verschillende etnische …
J Bakker, E Denessen, B Pelzer, M Veneman, S Lageweg
Pedagogiek 27 (3), 210-219, 2007
312007
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
302012
The impact of a standardised intramuscular sedation protocol for acute behavioural disturbance in the emergency department
LA Calver, MA Downes, CB Page, JL Bryant, GK Isbister
BMC emergency medicine 10 (1), 14, 2010
282010
Growth hormone therapy, muscle thickness, and motor development in Prader-Willi syndrome: an RCT
L Reus, S Pillen, BJ Pelzer, ACS Hokken-Koelega, M Zwarts, BJ Otten, ...
Pediatrics 134 (6), e1619-e1627, 2014
222014
Collinearity involving ordered and unordered categorical variables
J Hendrickx, B Pelzer, M Te Grotenhuis, J Lammers
RC33 conference in Amsterdam, 2004
222004
Growth hormone combined with child-specific motor training improves motor development in infants with Prader-Willi syndrome: a randomized controlled trial
L Reus, BJ Pelzer, BJ Otten, EPC Siemensma, DAM Festen, ...
Research in developmental disabilities 34 (10), 3092-3103, 2013
212013
BELIEVING AND BELONGING IN EUROPE: Cross-national comparisons of longitudinal trends (1981–2007) and determinants
J Reitsma, B Pelzer, P Scheepers, H Schilderman
European Societies 14 (4), 611-632, 2012
212012
The between and within effects of social security on church attendance in Europe 1980–1998: The danger of testing hypotheses cross-nationally
M Te Grotenhuis, M Scholte, ND de Graaf, B Pelzer
European Sociological Review 31 (5), 643-654, 2015
192015
Hunkering down as disruption of community cohesion: Municipal-, neighbourhood-and individual-level effects
P Scheepers, H Schmeets, B Pelzer
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 72, 91-106, 2013
192013
Exact p-values for pairwise comparison of Friedman rank sums, with application to comparing classifiers
R Eisinga, T Heskes, B Pelzer, M Te Grotenhuis
BMC bioinformatics 18 (1), 68, 2017
172017
Estimating transition probabilities from a time series of independent cross sections
B Pelzer, R Eisinga, PH Franses
Statistica Neerlandica 55 (2), 249-262, 2001
172001
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