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Wolters, A., de Wert, G., van Schayck, O. C. P., & Horstman, K. (2020). Invisible work, actors, and knowledge: An analysis of a clinical trial for a vaccine to stop smoking. BioSocieties, 15, 1–27.
Helberg-Proctor, A., Krumeich, A., Meershoek, A., & Horstman, K. (2018). The multiplicity and situationality of enacting 'ethnicity' in Dutch health research articles. BioSocieties, 13, 408–433.
Helberg-Proctor, A., Meershoek, A., Krumeich, A., & Horstman, K. (2016). Ethnicity in Dutch health research: situating scientific practice. Ethnicity & Health, 21, 480–497.
Wolters, A., de Wert, G., van Schayck, O., & Horstman, K. (2014). Constructing a trial as a personal lifestyle change project: Participants' experiences in a clinical study for nicotine vaccination. Social Science & Medicine, 104, 116–123.
Lecluijze, I., Penders, B., Feron, F., & Horstman, K. (2014). Infrastructural Work in Child Welfare. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, 26, 31.
Jaspers, P., Houtepen, R., & Horstman, K. (2013). Ethical review: Standardizing procedures and local shaping of ethical review practices. Social Science & Medicine, 98, 311–318.
Penders, B., Vos, R., & Horstman, K. (2009). Sensitization: reciprocity and reflection in scientific practice. EMBo Reports, 10, 205–208.
Penders, B., Horstman, K., & Vos, R. (2009). Large-scale Research and the Goal of Health: Doable Problem Construction in’New’Nutrition Science. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 34, 327–344.
Penders, B., Vos, R., & Horstman, K. (2009). Side effects of problem-solving strategies in large-scale nutrition science: towards a diversification of health. British Journal of Nutrition, 102, 1400–1403.
Penders, B., Vos, R., & Horstman, K. (2009). A question of style: method, integrity and the meaning of proper science. Endeavour, 33, 93–98.
Horstman, K. (2008). Lifestyle, genes and cholesterol: new struggles about responsibility and solidarity. In G. de Vries, Gerard de & Horstman, Klasien (Eds.), Genetics from laboratory to society. Societal learning as an alternative to regulation (pp. 64–89). Springer.
Penders, B., Horstman, K., & Vos, R. (2008). Walking the line between lab and computation: The “moist” zone. BioScience, 58, 747–755.
Penders, B., Horstman, K., & Vos, R. (2008). A ferry between cultures: Crafting a new profession at the intersection of science and society. EMBo Reports, 9, 709–713.
Penders, B., Horstman, K., Saris, W. H., & Vos, R. (2007). From individuals to groups: a review of the meaning of ‘personalized’in nutrigenomics. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 18, 333–338.
Penders, B., Horstman, K., & Vos, R. (2007). Proper science in moist biology. EMBO Reports, 8, 613–613.
Horstman, K. (1997). Chemical analysis of urine for life insurance: The construction of reliability. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 22, 57–78.
Horstman, Klasien. (1990). Biologische constructies en sociale feiten. Obstakels in het onderzoek naar gezond­heidsproblemen van vrouwen. Kennis en Methode. Tijdschrift voor Empirische Filosofie, 84–103.