Christian Steglich
Christian Steglich
Universities Linköping & Groningen
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Introduction to stochastic actor-based models for network dynamics
TAB Snijders, GG Van de Bunt, CEG Steglich
Social networks 32 (1), 44-60, 2010
Dynamic Networks and Behavior: Separating Selection from Influence
C Steglich, TAB Snijders, M Pearson
Sociological methodology 40 (1), 329-393, 2010
Modeling the coevolution of networks and behavior
T Snijders, C Steglich, M Schweinberger
Longitudinal Models in the Behavioral and Related Sciences, 41-71, 2007
Beyond dyadic interdependence: Actor-oriented models for co-evolving social networks and individual behaviors
WJ Burk, CEG Steglich, TAB Snijders
International journal of behavioral development 31 (4), 397-404, 2007
Network–behavior dynamics
R Veenstra, JK Dijkstra, C Steglich, MHW Van Zalk
Journal of Research on Adolescence 23 (3), 399-412, 2013
Applying SIENA: An Illustrative Analysis of the Coevolution of Adolescents’ Friendship Networks, Taste in Music, and Alcohol Consumption
C Steglich, TAB Snijders, P West
Methodology 2 (1), 48-56, 2006
Treatment of non-response in longitudinal network studies
M Huisman, C Steglich
Social networks 30 (4), 297-308, 2008
Manual for SIENA, versions 2.x & 3.x
TAB Snijders, CEG Steglich, M Schweinberger, M Huisman
Groningen, The Netherlands: ICS/Department of Sociology, University of Groningen, 2005
Dynamics of adolescent friendship networks and smoking behavior
L Mercken, TAB Snijders, C Steglich, E Vartiainen, H De Vries
Social networks 32 (1), 72-81, 2010
Why are some more peer than others? Evidence from a longitudinal study of social networks and individual academic performance
A Lomi, TAB Snijders, CEG Steglich, VJ Torló
Social science research 40 (6), 1506-1520, 2011
Friendship and delinquency: Selection and influence processes in early adolescence
A Knecht, TAB Snijders, C Baerveldt, CEG Steglich, W Raub
Social Development 19 (3), 494-514, 2010
Dynamics of adolescent friendship networks and smoking behavior: Social network analyses in six European countries
L Mercken, TAB Snijders, C Steglich, H de Vries
Social science & medicine 69 (10), 1506-1514, 2009
The co-evolution of gossip and friendship in workplace social networks
L Ellwardt, C Steglich, R Wittek
Social networks 34 (4), 623-633, 2012
A longitudinal social network analysis of peer influence, peer selection, and smoking behavior among adolescents in British schools.
L Mercken, C Steglich, P Sinclair, J Holliday, L Moore
Health Psychology 31 (4), 450, 2012
Homophily and assimilation among sport-active adolescent substance users.
M Pearson, C Steglich, T Snijders
Connections 27 (1), 47-63, 2006
Friendship and alcohol use in early adolescence: A multilevel social network approach
AB Knecht, WJ Burk, J Weesie, C Steglich
Journal of research on adolescence 21 (2), 475-487, 2011
Influence and selection processes in weapon carrying during adolescence: the roles of status, aggression, and vulnerability*
JK Dijkstra, S Lindenberg, R Veenstra, C Steglich, J Isaacs, NA Card, ...
Criminology 48 (1), 187-220, 2010
Academic functioning and peer influences: A short‐term longitudinal study of network–behavior dynamics in middle adolescence
JA Rambaran, A Hopmeyer, D Schwartz, C Steglich, D Badaly, ...
Child development 88 (2), 523-543, 2017
Actor-based model for network and behavior dynamics
R Veenstra, C Steglich
Handbook of developmental research methods, 598-618, 2012
Representing micro–macro linkages by actor-based dynamic network models
TAB Snijders, CEG Steglich
Sociological methods & research 44 (2), 222-271, 2015
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