Denny Borsboom, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
"Denny Borsboom"

Prof. dr. D. Borsboom at the Album Academicum of the University of Amsterdam

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Jaap van Heerden grad student Amsterdam
G. J. Mellenbergh grad student 2003 Amsterdam
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Hoekstra RHA, Epskamp S, Nierenberg AA, et al. (2024) Testing similarity in longitudinal networks: The Individual Network Invariance Test. Psychological Methods
Ebrahimi OV, Borsboom D, Hoekstra RHA, et al. (2024) Towards precision in the diagnostic profiling of patients: leveraging symptom dynamics as a clinical characterisation dimension in the assessment of major depressive disorder. The British Journal of Psychiatry : the Journal of Mental Science. 1-7
Scheffer M, Bockting CL, Borsboom D, et al. (2024) A Dynamical Systems View of Psychiatric Disorders-Practical Implications: A Review. Jama Psychiatry
Scheffer M, Bockting CL, Borsboom D, et al. (2024) A Dynamical Systems View of Psychiatric Disorders-Theory: A Review. Jama Psychiatry
van der Tuin S, Hoekstra RHA, Booij SH, et al. (2023) Relating stability of individual dynamical networks to change in psychopathology. Plos One. 18: e0293200
de Ron J, Deserno M, Robinaugh D, et al. (2023) Towards a general modeling framework of resource competition in cognitive development. Child Development
Hoekstra RHA, Epskamp S, Borsboom D. (2022) Heterogeneity in Individual Network Analysis: Reality or Illusion? Multivariate Behavioral Research. 1-25
Chambon M, Dalege J, Waldorp LJ, et al. (2022) Tailored interventions into broad attitude networks towards the COVID-19 pandemic. Plos One. 17: e0276439
Chambon M, Dalege J, Borsboom D, et al. (2022) How compliance with behavioural measures during the initial phase of a pandemic develops over time: A longitudinal COVID-19 study. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Borsboom D. (2022) Reflections on an emerging new science of mental disorders. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 156: 104127
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