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13-Dec-2012Academic motivation mediates the influence of temporal discounting on academic achievement during adolescenceLee, Nikki; Krabbendam, Lydia; Dekker, Sanne; Boschloo, Annemarie; De Groot, Renate; Jolles, Jelle
29-Jan-2012Adolescent discounting behaviour: influences on academic achievementLee, Nikki; Krabbendam, Lydia; Dekker, Sanne; Boschloo, Annemarie; De Groot, Renate; Jolles, Jelle
15-Nov-2011The ALOUD Study: Adult Open University Determinants Study - Influence of psychological determinants on academic achievement in formal lifelong learning in adultsNeroni, Joyce; De Groot, Renate; Kirschner, Paul A.
21-Mar-2013The association between objectively measured physical activity and cognition / academic achievement in adolescentsVan Dijk, Martin; De Groot, Renate; Van Acker, Frederik; Savelberg, Hans; Kirschner, Paul A.
24-Mar-2011The association between physical activity, cognitive performance, and academic achievement in adolescentsVan Dijk, Martin; De Groot, Renate; Kirschner, Paul A.
2015Cohort Profile of The GOALS Study: A Large-scale Research of Physical Activity in Dutch StudentsDe Groot, Renate; Van Dijk, Martin; Kirschner, Paul A.
2-Feb-2012Eating the right amount of fish: Inverted U-shape association between fish consumption and cognitive performance and academic achievement in Dutch adolescentsDe Groot, Renate; Ouwehand, Carolijn; Jolles, Jelle
26-Apr-2011The GOALS Study: The association between physical activity, cognitive performance, and academic achievement in adolescentsVan Dijk, Martin; De Groot, Renate; Kirschner, Paul A.
27-Feb-2013Objectively and subjectively measured physical activity: associations with cognition and academic achievement in adolescentsVan Dijk, Martin; De Groot, Renate; Van Acker, Frederik; Savelberg, Hans; Kirschner, Paul A.
15-Nov-2012Objectively measured physical activity is negatively associated with academic achievement in adolescents: The GOALS StudyVan Dijk, Martin; De Groot, Renate; Van Acker, Frederik; Savelberg, Hans; Kirschner, Paul A.