• René Veenstra, Herman van de Werfhorst, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, & Thijs Bol (2018)
    ‘Peer Relations in the Transition from Primary to Secondary school: Social, Behavioral and Academic Aspects of Social Integration.’ Funded by NRO Nationaal Cohort Onderzoek. Project number 40.5.18325.001. 
  • Gijs Huitsing & René Veenstra (2018)
    ‘Een effectief anti-pestprogramma voor het voortgezet onderwijs.’ Funded by NRO Langlopend onderzoek: Project number 40.5.18540.081. 
  • Annelies Kassenberg & René Veenstra (2018)
    ‘Parents and teachers: partners in the fight against bullying.’ Funded by NRO Langlopend onderzoek: Project number 40.5.18540.073. 
  • René Veenstra, Berna Guroglu, & Gerine Lodder (2017) ‘Neurolab NL: Chronic Victimization.’ Funded by NWA. 
  • René Veenstra, & Lienja van Eijkern (2017)
    ‘Prevalentie van huiselijk geweld: analyse en rapportage op basis van zelfrapportage door de bevolking van 18 jaar en ouder.’ Funded by the Ministry of Justice (WODC). 
  • René Veenstra (2015)
    ‘Anti-bullying programs 2.0: Tailored interventions to minimize bullying.’ Funded by NWO VICI. Project number 453-14-016.
  • Bram Orobio de Castro, Toon Cillessen, Rutger Engels, Pol van Lier, & René Veenstra (2015)
    ‘Wat werkt echt tegen pesten? Cluster-gerandomiseerde trials van effectiviteit in de schoolpraktijk.’ Funded by NRO Overkoepelende Programmaraad voor Onderwijsonderzoek (OPRO). Project number: 405-15-780-001. 
  • René Veenstra, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Gijs Huitsing, Andreas Flache, & Marianne Hooijsma (2015)
    ‘Clashrooms: Interethnic Peer Relationships in Classrooms in the Philippines and the Netherlands.’ Funded by PhD Fund GMW. 
  • René Veenstra (2014)
    ‘Tracking Young Adults, wave six of TRAILS.’ Funded by NWO MaGW Veranderingsstudies. Project number. Project number 481-11-001. 
  • Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Wilma Vollebergh, René Veenstra, Zeena Harakeh, Tina Kretschmer, & Harold Snieder (2014)
    ‘Social Network Analysis of Risk behavior in Early adolescence (SNARE).’ Funded by MAGW NWO Investment Medium. Project number: GB-MAGW . 
  • René Veenstra, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Christian Steglich, Richard Fabes, & Loes van Rijsewijk (2013)
    ‘Antecedents and consequences of adolescents’ prosocial relationships: Peer group dynamics at the individual, dyadic, network, and contextual level.’ Funded by NWO Research Talent Program. Project number: 406-13-017. 
  • Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, René Veenstra, Greetje Timmerman, Derek Kreager, & Ruta Savickaite (2013)
    ‘Peers and partners: A social network approach to adolescents’ peer and romantic relationships.’ Funded by NWO Research Talent Program. Project number: 406-12-022. 
  • René Veenstra, Jan Kornelis Dijkstra, Wilma Vollebergh, Zeena Harakeh , Marijtje van Duijn & Christian Steglich (2013)
    ‘Social Networks Processes and Social Development of Children and Adolescents.’ Funded by NWO PROO. Project number 411-12-027. 
  • René Veenstra (2011)
    ‘Tracking Emerging Adults, the fifth wave of TRAILS.’ Funded by NWO MaGW Veranderingsstudies. Project number 481-08-013. 
  • Christina Salmivalli, René Veenstra & Noona Kiuru (2011) ‘Bullying Networks across Classrooms.’ Funded by Academy of Finland (European Collaborative Research Project). 
  • René Veenstra (2011)
    ‘Een verkennend onderzoek naar de effectiviteit van huisverboden’ Funded by Municipality of Groningen. 
  • René Veenstra (2010)
    ‘Signaleren en tegengaan van pesten: het KiVa antipestprogramma.’ Funded by Ministry of Education (Onderwijs Bewijs Actieprogramma II). 
  • Wilma Vollebergh, René Veenstra, Zeena Harakeh & Jan Kornelis Dijkstra (2010)
    ‘The group dynamics of adolescent risk behavior: The importance of clique characteristics for peer influencing.’ Funded by NWO Youth & Family Program. Project number: 431-09-027. 
  • Ernestine Gordijn, Tinka Veldhuis, Siegwart Lindenberg & René Veenstra (2009)
    ‘Evaluatie bijzondere opvang ‘terroristenafdelingen.’ Funded by the Ministry of Justice (WODC). 
  • Andrea de Winter, René Veenstra & Menno Reijneveld (2008)
    Valorisation of results on bullying and mental health problems. ZonMW. 
  • Gijs Huitsing, René Veenstra, Marijtje van Duijn & Tom Snijders (2008)
    ‘Targeting the group? A social network perspective on bullying.’ Funded by NWO Toptalent Program. Project number: 021-002-022. 
  • René Veenstra (2007)
    ‘Data collection on romantic relationships in TRAILS.’ Funded by NWO. Project number: 425-12-016. 
  • René Veenstra, Siegwart Lindenberg & Trudie Knijn (2004)
    ‘Does it run in the family? Dysfunctional families and problematic behavior of adolescents and emerging adults’. Funded by NWO-programme ‘The ties that families bind’. Project number: 457-03-018. 
  • Siegwart Lindenberg, Johan Ormel, Frank C. Verhulst & René Veenstra (2002)
    ‘A social component of the TRAILS study (a prospective longitudinal study of mental health and social development from pre-puberty into young adulthood) with the development of pro- and antisocial behavior over time.’ Funded by MAGW NWO Investment Medium. Project number: GB-MAGW 480-01-006. 
  • René Veenstra, Frank C. Verhulst & Johan Ormel (2001)
    ‘Prevalence, incidence, and development of antisocial behavior among children of 10 years and younger’. Funded by the Ministry of Justice.