Lore Van Praag
TitleCited byYear
Divorce, divorce rates, and professional care seeking for mental health problems in Europe: a cross-sectional population-based study
PF Bracke, E Colman, SAA Symoens, L Van Praag
BMC Public Health 10 (1), 224, 2010
362010
Right on track? An explorative study on ethnic minorities' success in Flemish secondary education
L Van Praag
Ghent University, 2013
222013
How tracking structures attitudes towards ethnic out-groups and interethnic interactions in the classroom: an ethnographic study in Belgium
L Van Praag, S Boone, PAJ Stevens, M Van Houtte
Social Psychology of Education 18 (1), 165-184, 2015
212015
The association between residential area characteristics and mental health outcomes among men and women in Belgium
E Pattyn, L Van Praag, M Verhaeghe, K Levecque, P Bracke
Archives of Public Health 69 (1), 3, 2011
212011
Mental health in a gendered context: Gendered community effect on depression and problem drinking
L Van Praag, P Bracke, W Christiaens, K Levecque, E Pattyn
Health & Place 15 (4), 990-998, 2009
212009
The role of classroom resources and national educational context in student learning gains: comparing Botswana, Kenya, and South Africa
M Carnoy, M Ngware, M Oketch
Comparative Education Review 59 (2), 199-233, 2015
172015
Do attitudes toward school influence the underachievement of Turkish and Moroccan minority students in Flanders? The attitude-achievement paradox revisited
F D’hondt, L Van Praag, PAJ Stevens, M Van Houtte
Comparative education review 59 (2), 332-354, 2015
172015
How humor makes or breaks student-teacher relationships: A classroom ethnography in Belgium
L Van Praag, PAJ Stevens, M Van Houtte
Teaching and Teacher Education 66, 393-401, 2017
132017
‘No more Turkish music!’The acculturation strategies of teachers and ethnic minority students in Flemish schools
L Van Praag, PAJ Stevens, M Van Houtte
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (8), 1353-1370, 2016
122016
The attitude–achievement paradox in Belgium: An examination of school attitudes of ethnic minority students
F D’hondt, L Van Praag, M Van Houtte, PAJ Stevens
Acta Sociologica 59 (3), 215-231, 2016
102016
Upward mobility and questions of belonging in migrant families
J Schneider, M Crul, L Van Praag
New Diversities 16 (1), 1-6, 2014
102014
A longitudinal study of educational trajectories of youth at risk of early school leaving
R Van Caudenberg, L Van Praag, W Nouwen, N Clycq, C Timmerman
CeMIS, University of Antwerp: Retrieved from https://www. uantwerpen. be …, 2017
92017
School-based prevention and intervention measures and alternative learning approaches to reduce early school leaving
W Nouwen, L Van Praag, R Van Caudenberg, N Clycq, C Timmerman
92016
‘Everyone has their own qualities’: tracking and academic self-appraisal in Flemish secondary education
L Van Praag, J Demanet, PAJ Stevens, M Van Houtte
Social Psychology of Education 20 (3), 601-618, 2017
82017
The perceived role of Islamic religiosity in minorities’ educational success in Belgium. A cure or curse?
L Van Praag, O Agirdag, PAJ Stevens, M Van Houtte
Social Compass 63 (4), 529-546, 2016
82016
Defining success in education: Exploring the frames of reference used by different voluntary migrant groups in Belgium
L Van Praag, PAJ Stevens, M Van Houtte
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 49, 1-12, 2015
62015
Is the sky really the limit? Exploring the attitude-achievement paradox in the Belgian context
L Van Praag, F D’hondt, P Stevens, M Van Houtte
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 1 (2), 225-238, 2015
62015
Right on track
L Van Praag
An explorative study on ethnic minorities’ success in Flemish secondary …, 2013
52013
Comparative perspectives on early school leaving in the European Union
L Van Praag, W Nouwen, R Van Caudenberg, N Clycq, C Timmerman
Routledge, 2018
42018
Differences in mental health service consumption between the divorced and the married
E Colman, L Van Praag, P Bracke
Sixt Meeting of the European network for the Sociological and Demographic …, 2008
42008
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