Wim Van den Noortgate
Wim Van den Noortgate
Professor of Statistics, Faculty of Psychology & Educational Sciences, KULeuven, Belgium
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The relation between short-term emotion dynamics and psychological well-being: A meta-analysis.
M Houben, W Van Den Noortgate, P Kuppens
Psychological bulletin 141 (4), 901, 2015
Mechanisms of masked priming: a meta-analysis.
E Van den Bussche, W Van den Noortgate, B Reynvoet
Psychological bulletin 135 (3), 452, 2009
The effects of early prevention programs for families with young children at risk for physical child abuse and neglect: A meta-analysis
L Geeraert, W Van den Noortgate, H Grietens, P Onghena
Child maltreatment 9 (3), 277-291, 2004
Three-level meta-analysis of dependent effect sizes
W Van den Noortgate, JA López-López, F Marín-Martínez, ...
Behavior research methods 45 (2), 576-594, 2013
Systematic review and meta-analysis of prevalence studies in transsexualism
J Arcelus, WP Bouman, W Van Den Noortgate, L Claes, G Witcomb, ...
European Psychiatry 30 (6), 807-815, 2015
Students’ misconceptions of statistical inference: A review of the empirical evidence from research on statistics education
AEC Sotos, S Vanhoof, W Van den Noortgate, P Onghena
Educational research review 2 (2), 98-113, 2007
Global processing takes time: A meta-analysis on local–global visual processing in ASD.
R Van der Hallen, K Evers, K Brewaeys, W Van den Noortgate, ...
Psychological bulletin 141 (3), 549, 2015
Combining single-case experimental data using hierarchical linear models.
W Van den Noortgate, P Onghena
School Psychology Quarterly 18 (3), 325, 2003
Captioned video for L2 listening and vocabulary learning: A meta-analysis
MM Perez, W Van Den Noortgate, P Desmet
System 41 (3), 720-739, 2013
Hierarchical linear models for the quantitative integration of effect sizes in single-case research
W Van Den Noortgate, P Onghena
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 35 (1), 1-10, 2003
Enjoying mathematics or feeling competent in mathematics? Reciprocal effects on mathematics achievement and perceived math effort expenditure
M Pinxten, HW Marsh, B De Fraine, W Van Den Noortgate, J Van Damme
British Journal of Educational Psychology 84 (1), 152-174, 2014
Multilevel meta-analysis: A comparison with traditional meta-analytical procedures
W Van Den Noortgate, P Onghena
Educational and psychological measurement 63 (5), 765-790, 2003
A multilevel meta-analysis of single-subject experimental design studies
W Van den Noortgate, P Onghena
Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention 2 (3), 142-151, 2008
Meta-analysis of multiple outcomes: a multilevel approach
W Van den Noortgate, JA López-López, F Marín-Martínez, ...
Behavior research methods 47 (4), 1274-1294, 2015
Cross-classification multilevel logistic models in psychometrics
W Van den Noortgate, P De Boeck, M Meulders
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 28 (4), 369-386, 2003
Emotion fingerprints or emotion populations? A meta-analytic investigation of autonomic features of emotion categories.
EH Siegel, MK Sands, W Van den Noortgate, P Condon, Y Chang, J Dy, ...
Psychological bulletin 144 (4), 343, 2018
From a single-level analysis to a multilevel analysis of single-case experimental designs
M Moeyaert, JM Ferron, SN Beretvas, W Van den Noortgate
Journal of School Psychology 52 (2), 191-211, 2014
The effects of ignoring a level in multilevel analysis
W Van den Noortgate, MC Opdenakker, P Onghena
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 16 (3), 281-303, 2005
Behavioral engagement, peer status, and teacher–student relationships in adolescence: A longitudinal study on reciprocal influences
MC Engels, H Colpin, K Van Leeuwen, P Bijttebier, W Van Den Noortgate, ...
Journal of youth and adolescence 45 (6), 1192-1207, 2016
Adaptive item‐based learning environments based on the item response theory: Possibilities and challenges
K Wauters, P Desmet, W Van Den Noortgate
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 26 (6), 549-562, 2010
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