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van Ham, M. (author), Boschman, S.E. (author), Vogel, M.S. (author)
Studies of neighborhood effects often attempt to identify causal effects of neighborhood characteristics on individual outcomes, such as income, education, employment, and health. However, selection looms large in this line of research, and it has been argued that estimates of neighborhood effects are biased because people nonrandomly select...
journal article 2018
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Kleinepier, T. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Research on neighborhood effects has increasingly focused on how long children have lived in a deprived neighborhood during childhood (duration), but has typically ignored when in childhood the exposure occurred (timing) and whether neighborhood circumstances were improving or deteriorating (sequencing). In this article, the authors applied...
journal article 2018
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Vogel, M.S. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Scholars have become increasingly interested in how social environments condition the relationships between individual risk-factors and adolescent behavior. An appreciable portion of this literature is concerned with the relationship between impulsivity and delinquency across neighborhood settings. The present article builds upon this growing...
journal article 2017
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Nieuwenhuis, J.G. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Yu, Rongqin (author), Branje, Susan (author), Meeus, Wim (author), Hooimeijer, Pieter (author)
According to the neighborhood effects hypothesis, there is a negative relation between neighborhood wealth and youth’s problem behavior. It is often assumed that there are more problems in deprived neighborhoods, but there are also reports of higher rates of behavioral problems in more affluent neighborhoods. Much of this literature does not...
journal article 2017
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