Marie K. Deserno
Marie K. Deserno
Postdoctoral Rubicon fellow, Max Planck Institute for Human Development
Verified email at mpib-berlin.mpg.de
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Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science
Open Science Collaboration
Science 349 (6251), 2015
54212015
Mental disorders as causal systems: A network approach to posttraumatic stress disorder
RJ McNally, DJ Robinaugh, GWY Wu, L Wang, MK Deserno, D Borsboom
Clinical Psychological Science 3 (6), 836-849, 2015
4512015
A network analysis of DSM-5 posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms and correlates in US military veterans
C Armour, EI Fried, MK Deserno, J Tsai, RH Pietrzak
Journal of anxiety disorders 45, 49-59, 2017
1712017
Multicausal systems ask for multicausal approaches: A network perspective on subjective well-being in individuals with autism spectrum disorder
MK Deserno, D Borsboom, S Begeer, HM Geurts
Autism 21 (8), 960-971, 2017
822017
Relating ASD symptoms to well-being: Moving across different construct levels
MK Deserno, D Borsboom, S Begeer, HM Geurts
Psychological Medicine 48 (7), 1179-1189, 2018
472018
mlVAR: multi-level vector autoregression
S Epskamp, MK Deserno, LF Bringmann
R package version 42, 2017
472017
The role of stabilizing and communicating symptoms given overlapping communities in psychopathology networks
TF Blanken*, MK Deserno*, J Dalege, D Borsboom, P Blanken, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
322018
Mental disorders as complex networks: an introduction and overview of a network approach to psychopathology
MB Nuijten, MK Deserno, AOJ Cramer, D Borsboom
Clinical Neuropsychiatry 13 (4/5), 68-76, 2016
312016
“Older Adults with ASD: The Consequences of Aging.” Insights from a series of special interest group meetings held at the International Society for Autism Research 2016–2017
A Roestorf, DM Bowler, MK Deserno, P Howlin, L Klinger, H McConachie, ...
Research in autism spectrum disorders 63, 3-12, 2019
192019
Expanding network analysis tools in psychological networks: Minimal spanning trees, participation coefficients, and motif analysis applied to a network of 26 psychological …
S Letina, TF Blanken, MK Deserno, D Borsboom
Complexity 2019, 2019
172019
Autism and depression are connected: A report of two complimentary network studies
BFC van Heijst, MK Deserno, D Rhebergen, HM Geurts
Autism 24 (3), 680-692, 2020
82020
Sleep determines quality of life in autistic adults: A longitudinal study
MK Deserno, D Borsboom, S Begeer, JA Agelink van Rentergem, ...
Autism Research 12 (5), 794-801, 2019
82019
The network structure of irritability and aggression in individuals with autism spectrum disorder
T Hirota, M Deserno, E McElroy
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 50 (4), 1210-1220, 2020
52020
Een symptoom komt nooit alleen: Psychologische stoornissen als complexe netwerken.
MB Nuijten, MK Deserno, AOJ Cramer, D Borsboom
De Psycholoog 1, 12-23, 2013
32013
A magnifying glass for the study of coupled developmental changes: Combining psychological networks and latent growth models
M Deserno, M Sachisthal, S Epskamp, M Raijmakers
PsyArXiv, 2021
12021
Highways to happiness for autistic adults? Perceived causal relations among clinicians
MK Deserno, D Borsboom, S Begeer, R van Bork, M Hinne, HM Geurts
Plos one 15 (12), e0243298, 2020
12020
Validation strategies for subtypes in psychiatry: A systematic review of research on autism spectrum disorder
JAA van Rentergem, MK Deserno, HM Geurts
Clinical Psychology Review, 102033, 2021
2021
Probing the overarching continuum theory: Data-driven phenotypic clustering of children with ASD or ADHD
M Deserno, J Bathelt, A Groenman, H Geurts
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Longitudinal development of language and fine motor skills is correlated, but not coupled, in a childhood atypical cohort
M Deserno, D Fuhrmann, S Begeer, D Borsboom, H Geurts, R Kievit
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Autism as a multicausal system
MK Deserno
Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2019
2019
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