Publications

Agneessens, F. (Forthcoming). Dyadic, nodal and group-level approaches to study the antecedents and consequences of networks: Which social network models to use and when? In The Oxford Handbook of Social Networks, edited by Ryan Light and James Moody. Oxford University Press.

Harrigan, N.M., Labianca, G., & Agneessens, F. (2020). Social Network Research on Negative Ties and Signed Graphs. Social Networks 60, 1-146.

Yang, S.W., Trincado, F.J., Labianca, G., & Agneessens, F. (2019). Negative ties at work. In: Social Networks at Work. (SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series), edited by Daniel J. Brass and Stephen P. Borgatti.

Meeussen, L., Agneessens, F., Delvaux, E., Phalet, K. (2018) Ethnic diversity and value sharing: A longitudinal social network perspective on interactive group processes. British Journal of Social Psychology 57(2), 428-447. (DOI:10.1111/bjso.12237)

Agneessens, F., Borgatti, S.P., & Everett, M.G. (2017). Geodesic based centrality: Unifying the local and the global. Social Networks 49, 12-26. [pdf]

de Klepper, M., Labianca, J., Sleebos, E., Agneessens, F. (2017). Sociometric status and peer control attempts: A multiple status hierarchies approach. Journal of Management Studies 54, 1-31.

Mundt, M.P., Agneessens, F., Tuan, W.-J., Zakletskaia, L.I., Kamnetz, S.A., Gilchrist, V.J. (2016). Primary care team communication networks, team climate, quality of care, and medical costs for patients with diabetes: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 58, 1-11.

Agneessens, F., Koskinen, J. (2016). Modelling individual outcomes using a Multilevel Social Influence (MSI) model. Individual versus team effects of trust on job satisfaction in an organisational context. In: T.A.B. Snijders and E. Lazega (Eds.). Multilevel Network Analysis. Berlin: Springer.

Agneessens, F., Everett, M. (2013). Introduction to the special issue on “Advances in two-mode social network analysis” Social Networks 35, 145-278.

Soltis, S., Agneessens, F., Sasovova, Z., & Labianca, G. (2013). A social network perspective on turnover intentions: The influence of social support and distributive justice. Human Resources Management (Special Issue – Using Social Network Research in HRM) 52, 561-584.

Agneessens, F., Wittek, R. (2012). Where do intra-organizational advice relations come from? Social Networks 34, 333-345. [pdf]

Agneessens, F., Skvoretz, J. (2012). Group differences in reciprocity, multiplexity, and exchange: Measures and applications. Quality & Quantity 46, 1523-1545.

Agneessens, F., Moser, C. (2011). Bipartite networks. In: G. Barnett (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Social Networks (pp. 75-78). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

de Klepper, M., Sleebos, E., van de Bunt, G., Agneessens, F. (2010). Similarity in friendship networks: Selection or influence? The effect of constraining context and non-visible individual attributes. Social Networks 32, 82-90.

Opsahl, T., Agneessens, F., Skvoretz, J. (2010). Node centrality in weighted networks: Generalising degree and shortest paths. Social Networks 32, 245-251. [pdf]

Agneessens, F., Wittek, R. (2008). Social capital and employee well-being: disentangling intrapersonal and interpersonal selection and influence mechanisms. Revue Française de Sociologie, Special Issue on Social Networks 49, 617-637.

Agneessens, F., Roose, H. (2008). Local structural properties and attribute characteristics in 2-mode networks: p* models to map choices of theatre events. Journal of Mathematical Sociology 32, 204-237.

Skvoretz, J., Agneessens, F. (2007). Reciprocity, multiplexity and exchange: measures. Quality & Quantity 41, 341-357.

Agneessens, F., Waege, H., Lievens, J. (2006). Diversity in social support by role relations: a typology. Social Networks 28, 427-441.

Skvoretz, J., Fararo, T.J., Agneessens, F. (2004). Advances in Biased Net Theory: Definitions, derivations, and estimations. Social Networks 26, 113-139.

Roose, H., Waege, H., Agneessens, F. (2003). Respondent related correlates of response behaviour in audience research. Quality & Quantity 37, 411-434.

Roose, H., De Lange, D., Agneessens, F., Waege, H. (2002). Theatre audience on stage: three experiments analysing the effect of survey design features on response in audience research. Marketing Bulletin 13, 1-10.