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Publications

2022

Voting Behaviour and Health Among the Oldest-old in Germany: Results from a Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study

Wenner, Judith and Michael Wagner (2022). Journal of Population Ageing.

Young people’s job-search strategies in the German apprenticeship market: Who relies on referrals by strong ties and why?

Flohr, Matthias and Paula Protsch (2022). Acta Sociologica.

Vignette Analysis: Methodology and Recent Developments.

Verneuer-Emre, Lena M., Stefanie Eifler, and Hermann Dülmer (Eds., 2022). Methods, Data, Analyses 16(2).

Vaccination against COVID-19 reduces virus-related fears. Findings from a German longitudinal study

Seddig, D., D. Maskileyson and E. Davidov (2022). Frontiers in Public Health.

Effect of Commitment on Supportive Dyadic Coping: A Longitudinal Test of Interdependence Theory With German Couples.

Kuppler, Matthias and Michael Wagner (2022). Journal of Family Issues.

Analytic Criminology: Mechanisms and Methods in the Explanation of Crime and its Causes.

Wikström, Per-Olof H. and Clemens Kroneberg (2022). Annual Review of Criminology 5: 179-20.

Using police data to measure criminogenic exposure in residential and school contexts: experiences from a data linkage project in Germany.

Kroneberg, Clemens, Sven Lenkewitz, André Ernst, Maike Meyer, and Kai Seidensticker (2022). Police Practice and…

Correlates of COVID-19 vaccination intentions: Attitudes, institutional trust, fear, conspiracy beliefs, and vaccine skepticism

Seddig, D., Maskileyson, D., Davidov., E., Ajzen, I., & Schmidt, P. (2022). Social Science & Medicine.

Why measurement invariance is important in comparative research. A response to Welzel et al.

Meuleman, B., T. Żółtak, A. Pokropek, E. Davidov, B. Muthén, D. Oberski, J. Billiet and Peter Schmidt (2021) (2022).…

Values and attitudes towards immigrants among school children in Switzerland and Poland

Becker, C., E. Davidov, J. Cieciuch, R. Algesheimer and M. Kindschi (2022). Race and Social Problems.