Peer-reviewed articles

Behrens, Lion and Ingo Rohlfing. 2018. “Not so different in present attitudes and behavior, but expected future membership - A technical replication of a study of party youth in six European democracies”. Research & Politics, Online Access, 1-5. [PDF] [Reproduction]

Work in progress

“Detecting systematic electoral interference from undervoting irregularities”

“Opposition strategies in legislative review. Tracing the strategic use of legislative amendments using syntax-aware automated text-analysis”, with Dominic Nyhuis and Thomas Gschwend

“A Bayesian method for synthesizing evidence from heterogeneous statistical models”, with Rebecca M. Kuiper

“Bayesian nested analysis”, with Ingo Rohlfing

“Embeddedness effects on trust in social and economic exchange: A Bayesian analysis of evidence from four studies”, with Vincent Buskens, Werner Raub, Rebecca M. Kuiper and Irene Klugkist

Teaching Experience

Throughout my engagement, I have taken on various teaching responsibilities in the field of applying quantitative methods.

Teaching Assistant

Applied Bayesian Statistics, Utrecht Summer School course, May 2018
Structural Equation Modeling with Mplus, Utrecht Summer School course, July 2017
Business Statistics, Introductory statistics course at De Bijlespartner Amsterdam, March 2017 - May 2017


Instrumental Variables in Psychology, B.A. Thesis by Hugo Hanema, Utrecht University