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PD Dr. Daniel Seddig

Aktuelle Publikationen/Recent Publications

Schmidt, M. N., Seddig, D., Davidov, E. et al. (2021). Latent profile analysis of human values: What is the optimal number of clusters? Methodology, 17(2), 127–148. DOI:10.5964/meth.5479

Dennison, J., Seddig, D., & Davidov, E. (2021). The role of human values in explaining support for European Union membership. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. DOI:10.1177/002202212110050820

Maskileyson, D., Seddig, D., & Davidov, E. (2021). The comparability of perceived physical and mental health measures across immigrants and natives in the United States. Demography, 9304855. DOI:10.1215/00703370-9304855

Seddig, D. (2020). Individual attitudes toward deviant behavior and perceived attitudes of friends: Self-stereotyping and social projection in adolescence and emerging adulthood. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 49(3), 664–677. DOI:10.1007/s10964-019-01123-x

Vollständige Liste/Full list.​​

Forschungsschwerpunkte/Research Areas

Deutsch:

  • Menschliche Werte, Einstellungen, und (rationale) Handlungsmodelle
  • Vertrauen, Rechtszynismus und Kriminalität
  • Gesundheit, Altern, Migration
  • Methoden und Statistik: interkulturell vergleichende Forschung, Vergleichbarkeit von sozialwissenschaftlichen Messungen, Paneldatenanalyse mit Strukturgleichungsmodellen, Analyse von Zähl- und seltenen Ereignisdaten

English:

  • Human values, attitudes, and (reasoned) action models
  • Trust, legal cynicism, and crime
  • Health, ageing, and immigration
  • Methods and statistics: cross-cultural comparative research, comparability of social science measurements, panel data analysis with structural equation models, count and rare event data analysis
Sprechstunde/Office Hours

Nach Vereinbarung/By Appointment

Lehre/Teaching

Sommersemester/Summer Term 2021:

- Comparative Data Analysis with Structural Equation Models in R

Wintersemester/Winter Term 2020/2021:

- Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Deviance and Crime

- Life-Course Perspectives on Deviance and Crime