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SCOOP project publications 2023


de Matos Fernandes, C. A. (2023). In or out? The paradox of exclusionary mechanisms in keeping cooperation going. [ Doctoral dissertation, University of Groningen]. University of Groningen.

Kuschel, A., Hansen, N., Heyse, L., & Wittek, R. P. (2023). Combining language training and work experience for refugees with low-literacy levels: a mixed-methods case study. Journal of International Migration and Integration24(4),1635-1661.

Groot, P.J., Born abroad, studied here. A historical and psychological account of migrant doctors integrating (dissertation June 2023).

Meijeren, M., Lubbers, M., & Scheepers, P. (2023). Assessing the ‘Why’in Volunteering for Refugees: Exploring Volunteer Motivations. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 1-11.

Meijeren, M., Lubbers, M., & Scheepers, P. (2023). Trends in forms of civic involvement in the Netherlands between 2008 and 2020. Journal of Civil Society19(4), 464-484

Otten, K., & Mandemakers, J. J. (2023). Partners in Health: Investigating Social Genetic Effects Among Married and Cohabiting Couples. Behavior Genetics53(4), 348-358. 

Otten, K.  (2023).Cooperation in changing groups: How newcomers and norms shape public good provision in the lab, online games, and the field[Doctoral dissertation, Utrecht University]. Utrecht University.

Schneider, P.T., Buskens, V. and van de Rijt, A. (2023), "The Diffusion of Binary Versus Continuous Behavior on Social Networks", Kalkhoff, W., Thye, S.R. and Lawler, E.J. (Ed.) Advances in Group Processes (Advances in Group Processes, Vol. 40), Emerald Publishing Limited, Leeds, pp. 91-113.

Wittek, R., & Giardini, F. (2023). The Evolution of Reputation-Based Cooperation: A Goal Framing Theory of Gossip (Elements in Applied Evolutionary Science). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wuestenenk, N., van Tubergen, F., & Stark, T. H. (2023). The influence of group membership on online expressions and polarization on a discussion platform: An experimental study. New Media & Society0(0).