Margot Peeters
Margot Peeters
Assistant Professor Youth Studies, Utrecht University
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Clueless or powerful? Identifying subtypes of bullies in adolescence
M Peeters, AHN Cillessen, RHJ Scholte
Journal of youth and adolescence 39 (9), 1041-1052, 2010
Multiple behavioural impulsivity tasks predict prospective alcohol involvement in adolescents
G Fernie, M Peeters, MJ Gullo, P Christiansen, JC Cole, H Sumnall, ...
Addiction 108 (11), 1916-1923, 2013
Automatic processes in at‐risk adolescents: the role of alcohol‐approach tendencies and response inhibition in drinking behavior
M Peeters, RW Wiers, K Monshouwer, R van de Schoot, T Janssen, ...
Addiction 107 (11), 1939-1946, 2012
Weaknesses in executive functioning predict the initiating of adolescents’ alcohol use
M Peeters, T Janssen, K Monshouwer, W Boendermaker, T Pronk, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 16, 139-146, 2015
Automatic processes and the drinking behavior in early adolescence: a prospective study
M Peeters, K Monshouwer, ...
Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research 37 (10), 1737-44, 0
Psychological changes and cognitive impairments in adolescent heavy drinkers
M Peeters, WAM Vollebergh, RW Wiers, M Field
Alcohol and alcoholism 49 (2), 182-186, 2014
Where do priors come from? Applying guidelines to construct informative priors in small sample research
M Zondervan-Zwijnenburg, M Peeters, S Depaoli, R Van de Schoot
Research in Human Development 14 (4), 305-320, 2017
Predicting Internet Gaming Disorder symptoms in young adolescents: A one-year follow-up study
M Peeters, I Koning, R van den Eijnden
Computers in Human Behavior 80, 255-261, 2018
Working memory and alcohol use in at‐risk adolescents: A 2‐year follow‐up
M Peeters, K Monshouwer, T Janssen, RW Wiers, WAM Vollebergh
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 38 (4), 1176-1183, 2014
How to handle missing data: A comparison of different approaches
M Peeters, M Zondervan-Zwijnenburg, G Vink, R Van de Schoot
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 12 (4), 377-394, 2015
Interactions between parental alcohol-specific rules and risk personalities in the prediction of adolescent alcohol use
T Janssen, H Larsen, M Peeters, T Pronk, WAM Vollebergh, RW Wiers
Alcohol and Alcoholism 49 (5), 579-585, 2014
Personality and the prediction of high-risk trajectories of alcohol use during adolescence
M Peeters, K Monshouwer, R van de Schoot, T Janssen, WAM Vollebergh, ...
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 75 (5), 790-798, 2014
Behavioral control and reward sensitivity in adolescents’ risk taking behavior: A longitudinal TRAILS study
M Peeters, T Oldehinkel, W Vollebergh
Frontiers in psychology 8, 231, 2017
Do online assessed self-report and behavioral measures of impulsivity-related constructs predict onset of substance use in adolescents?
T Janssen, H Larsen, M Peeters, WJ Boendermaker, WAM Vollebergh, ...
Addictive Behaviors Reports 1, 12-18, 2015
Bidirectional effects of Internet-specific parenting practices and compulsive social media and Internet game use
IM Koning, M Peeters, C Finkenauer, RJJM Van Den Eijnden
Journal of behavioral addictions 7 (3), 624-632, 2018
An experimental study of risk taking behavior among adolescents: A closer look at peer and sex influences
A de Boer, M Peeters, I Koning
The Journal of Early Adolescence 37 (8), 1125-1141, 2017
Training behavioral control in adolescents using a serious game
WJ Boendermaker, RC Veltkamp, M Peeters
Games for health journal 6 (6), 351-357, 2017
Context effects of alcohol availability at home: Implicit alcohol associations and the prediction of adolescents’ drinking behavior
M Peeters, I Koning, K Monshouwer, WAM Vollebergh, RW Wiers
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 77 (5), 749-756, 2016
Using serious games to (re) train cognition in adolescents
WJ Boendermaker, M Peeters, PJM Prins, RW Wiers
Serious games and edutainment applications, 307-321, 2017
Pushing the Limits
M Zondervan-Zwijnenburg, S Depaoli, M Peeters, R Van De Schoot
Methodology, 2018
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