Publications

Gruijters, S.L.K. (2019). Using principal component analysis to validate psychological scales: Bad statistical habits we should have broken yesterday II. European Health Psychologist, 20(5), 544-549.


Gruijters, S.L.K., & Peters, G-J.Y. (under review). Gauging the impact of behavior change interventions: A tutorial on the Numbers Needed to Treat. Psychological Methods


Gruijters, S.L.K., & Fleuren, B.P.I. (2018). Measuring the Unmeasurable: The psychometrics of life history strategy. Human Nature  29(1), 33-44.


Gruijters, S.L.K. (2017). The reasoned actions of an espresso machine: A comment on Peters & Crutzen (2017). Health Psychology Review, 11(2), 125-129.


Gruijters, S.L.K. (2017). Waarom we niet wegrennen voor giftige paddenstoelen [why we don’t flee from poisonous mushrooms].Tijdschrift de Psycholoog, 52 (7/8), 32-39. 


Gruijters, S.L.K. (2016). Baseline comparisons and covariate fishing: Bad statistical habits we should have broken yesterday. European Health Psychologist, 18(5), 205-209.


Gruijters, S.L.K, Tybur, J. M., Ruiter, R. A. C., & Massar, K (2016). Sex, germs, and health: pathogen-avoidance motives and health-protective behaviour. Psychology & health, 31 (8), 959-975


Massar, K., Buunk, A. P., & Gruijters, S. L. K. (2013). Pregnant Women’s View on Their Relationship: A Comparison With Nonpregnant Women. Interpersona,  7 (2), 272-281