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Kristina Thompson
Kristina Thompson
Assistant professor, Health & Society, Wageningen University & Research
Verified email at wur.nl
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Grow fast, die young? The causes and consequences of adult height and prolonged growth in nineteenth century Maastricht
K Thompson, B Quanjer, M Murkens
Social Science & Medicine 266, 113430, 2020
242020
Studying the impact of the Eurozone’s great recession on health: methodological choices and challenges
K Thompson, J van Ophem, A Wagemakers
Economics & Human Biology 35, 162-184, 2019
172019
Adult body height as a mediator between early-life conditions and socio-economic status: the case of the Dutch Potato Famine, 1846–1847
K Thompson, M Lindeboom, F Portrait
Economics & Human Biology 34, 103-114, 2019
142019
Height and marital outcomes in the Netherlands, birth years 1841-1900
K Thompson, X Koolman, F Portrait
Economics & Human Biology 41, 100970, 2021
82021
Height, occupation, and intergenerational mobility: An instrumental variable analysis of Dutch men, birth years 1850-1900
K Thompson, F Portrait
The History of the Family 28 (2), 278-308, 2023
52023
Early-life conditions, height and mortality of nineteenth-century Dutch vagrant women
K Thompson, V Tassenaar, S Wiersma, F Portrait
The history of the family 28 (2), 309-338, 2023
42023
Is paternal height related to fertility outcomes? Evidence from the Netherlands during the secular growth trend
K Thompson, F Portrait, M Lindeboom
Economics & Human Biology 47, 101172, 2022
32022
Strengthening sense of coherence: evidence from a physical activity intervention targeting vulnerable adults
K Thompson, M Herens, J van Ophem, A Wagemakers
Preventive medicine reports 24, 101554, 2021
32021
Assessing health outcomes in the aftermath of the great recession: a comparison of Spain and the Netherlands
K Thompson, A Wagemakers, J Van Ophem
International journal for equity in health 19, 1-11, 2020
32020
Meeting Report: The Role of Beliefs and Perception on Body Size. Proceedings of the 26th Aschauer Soiree, Held at Aschauhof, Altenhof, Germany, May 26th, 2018.
M Hermanussen, AB Pulungan, C Scheffler, R Mumm, AD Rogol, R Pop, ...
Pediatric endocrinology reviews: PER 16 (3), 383-400, 2019
32019
Re-examining the social gradient in health: A study of Dutch men, 1850–1984
K Thompson, J van Ophem
SSM-Population Health 24, 101518, 2023
12023
Experiences of resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study among high and low socio-economic status individuals in the Netherlands
K Thompson, D van der Kamp, S Vader, R Pijpker, L den Broeder, ...
SSM-Qualitative Research in Health 4, 100322, 2023
12023
Casting shadows: later-life outcomes of stature
J Kok, B Quanjer, K Thompson
The History of the Family 28 (2), 181-197, 2023
12023
Does size matter? Body height and later-life outcomes in the nineteenth-and twentieth-century Netherlands
KM Thompson
12022
The roots of the obesity boom. The relationship between overweight and educational level among Dutch men, 1950–1979
B Quanjer, K Thompson
Historical Life Course Studies 10, 124-129, 2021
12021
Health in All Networks Simulator (HANS)
J Kaan, KM Thompson, MAE Wagemakers, DS Moore Jr
ODISSEI Conference for Social Science in the Netherlands (OCSSN), 2023
2023
COMMA: An agent-based micro-simulation model to study mental health outcomes during covid-19 lockdowns
E Viviani, NA Pham, KM Thompson
ODISSEI Conference for Social Science in the Netherlands (OCSSN), 2023
2023
Exploring the role of experts-by-experience in community health promotion
LS Elkhuizen, B van Aken, K Thompson, A Wagemakers
Citizen Science for Health, 2023
2023
COMMA: A microsimulation model investigating the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on depression
K Thompson, J Qi, A Pham, E Viviani
European Journal of Public Health 33 (Supplement_2), ckad160. 704, 2023
2023
The health outcomes of a combined lifestyle intervention for adults with overweight
J Makaske, K Verkooijen, K Thompson, A Wagemakers
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 33, I61-I62, 2023
2023
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