Tineke Fokkema
Tineke Fokkema
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TitleCited byYear
Generations and Gender Survey (GGS) Towards a better understanding of relationships and processes in the life course
A Vikat, Z Spéder, G Beets, FC Billari, C Bühler, A Désesquelles, ...
Demographic research 17, 389-440, 2007
3522007
Social and emotional loneliness among divorced and married men and women: Comparing the deficit and cognitive perspectives
PA Dykstra, T Fokkema
Basic and applied social psychology 29 (1), 1-12, 2007
2172007
Minority stress and mental health among Dutch LGBs: examination of differences between sex and sexual orientation.
L Kuyper, T Fokkema
Journal of Counseling Psychology 58 (2), 222, 2011
1932011
Cross-national differences in older adult loneliness
T Fokkema, J De Jong Gierveld, PA Dykstra
The Journal of psychology 146 (1-2), 201-228, 2012
1902012
Escape loneliness by going digital: A quantitative and qualitative evaluation of a Dutch experiment in using ECT to overcome loneliness among older adults
T Fokkema, K Knipscheer
Routledge 11 (5), 496-504, 2007
1872007
The effects of integration and transnational ties on international return migration intentions
H De Haas, T Fokkema
Demographic research 25, 755-782, 2011
1812011
Contacts between elderly parents and their children in four European countries: current patterns and future prospects
C Tomassini, S Kalogirou, E Grundy, T Fokkema, P Martikainen, ...
European Journal of Ageing 1 (1), 54-63, 2004
1812004
Relationships between parents and their adult children: A West European typology of late-life families
PA Dykstra, T Fokkema
Ageing & Society 31 (4), 545-569, 2011
1732011
The effect of remittances on emigration intentions in Egypt, Morocco, and Turkey
HP Van Dalen, G Groenewold, T Fokkema
Population Studies 59 (3), 375-392, 2005
1652005
The effect of remittances on emigration intentions in Egypt, Morocco, and Turkey
HP Van Dalen, G Groenewold, T Fokkema
Population Studies 59 (3), 375-392, 2005
1652005
The effect of remittances on emigration intentions in Egypt, Morocco, and Turkey
HP Van Dalen, G Groenewold, T Fokkema
Population Studies 59 (3), 375-392, 2005
1652005
The Demography of Sub-Saharan Africa from the 1950s to the 2000s
D Tabutin, B Schoumaker, M Rabenoro
Population 59 (3), 455-555, 2004
165*2004
Loneliness among older lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults: The role of minority stress
L Kuyper, T Fokkema
Archives of sexual behavior 39 (5), 1171-1180, 2010
1472010
Return migration as failure or success?
H De Haas, T Fokkema, MF Fihri
Journal of international migration and integration 16 (2), 415-429, 2015
1252015
Intra‐Household Conflicts in Migration Decisionmaking: Return and Pendulum Migration in Morocco
H De Haas, T Fokkema
Population and Development Review 36 (3), 541-561, 2010
1162010
The importance of failure: feedback-related negativity predicts motor learning efficiency
J van der Helden, MAS Boksem, JHG Blom
Cerebral Cortex 20 (7), 1596-1603, 2010
1082010
Combining a job and children: contrasting the health of married and divorced women in the Netherlands?
T Fokkema
Social science & medicine 54 (5), 741-752, 2002
1072002
Pre‐and post‐migration determinants of socio‐cultural integration of African immigrants in Italy and Spain
T Fokkema, H De Haas
International Migration 53 (6), 3-26, 2015
982015
Trends in living arrangements in Europe: Convergence or divergence?
T Fokkema, AC Liefbroer
Demographic research 19, 1351-1418, 2008
952008
Trends in living arrangements in Europe: Convergence or divergence?
T Fokkema, AC Liefbroer
Demographic research 19, 1351-1418, 2008
952008
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