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  • Birth-order effects on risk taking are limited to the family environment

    Why is the empirical evidence for birth-order effects on human psychology so inconsistent? In contrast to the influential view that competitive dynamics among siblings permanently shape a person's personality, we find evidence that these effects are limited to the family environment. We tested this context-specific learning hypothesis in the domain of risk taking, using two large survey datasets from ...

    In: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences online first (2023), | Tomás Lejarraga, Daniel D. Schnitzlein, Sarah C. Dahmann, Ralph Hertwig
  • Transactional effects between personality and religiosity

    Do changes in religiosity beget changes in personality, or do changes in personality precede changes in religiosity? Existing evidence supports longitudinal associations between personality and religiosity at the between-person level, such that individual differences in personality predict subsequent individual differences in change in religiosity. However, no research to date has examined whether ...

    In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (online first) (2023), | Madeline R. Lenhausen, Ted Schwaba, Jochen E. Gebauer, Theresa M. Entringer, Wiebke Bleidorn
  • Assortative Mating and Wealth Inequalities Between and Within Households

    Positive assortative mating may be a driver of wealth inequalities, but this relationship has not yet been examined. We investigate the association between assortative mating and wealth inequality within and between households drawing on data from the United States Survey of Income and Program Participation and measuring current, individual-level wealth for newly formed couples (N = 3936 couples). ...

    In: Social Forces 00 (2023), 1-21 | Philipp M. Lersch, Reinhard Schunck
  • Risk perceptions of individuals living in single-parent households during the COVID-19 crisis: examining the mediating and moderating role of income

    The COVID-19 crisis had severe social and economic impact on the life of most citizens around the globe. Individuals living in single-parent households were particularly at risk, revealing detrimental labour market outcomes and assessments of future perspectives marked by worries. As it has not been investigated yet, in this paper we study, how their perception about the future and their outlook on ...

    In: Frontiers in Sociology 8 (2023), | Bernd Liedl, Nina-Sophie Fritsch, Cristina Samper Mejia, Roland Verwiebe
  • Competing Family Pathways for Immigrants and Their Descendants in Germany

    Immigrants bring contemporary demographic changes to the destination country through their contributions to diversity, and future population. In this study, we examine the partnership and fertility trajectories for individuals with Turkish, Russian, Kazak, Polish, and Southern European backgrounds born between 1970 and 1999. We adopt a life course perspective using event history techniques on retrospective ...

    In: International Migration Review (online first) (2023), | Chia Liu, Hill Kulu
  • Ist der öffentliche Dienst noch ein attraktiver Arbeitgeber? Veränderte Wahrnehmungen zu Jobsicherheit, langfristiger Beschäftigung und Karriereperspektiven von Beschäftigten im öffentlichen Dienst und der Privatwirtschaft von 1985 bis 2018

    Lange Zeit galt der öffentliche Dienst als attraktiver Arbeitgeber für Menschen, die eine sichere und langfristige Beschäftigung mit klar definierten Karriereperspektiven anstrebten. Als Konsequenz der Reformen ab den 1990er Jahren wurde jedoch häufig diagnostiziert, dass der öffentliche Dienst an Attraktivität eingebüßt habe. Weitgehend unerforscht ist jedoch, ob die Beschäftigten im öffentlichen ...

    In: Zeitschrift für Sozialreform 69 (2023), 1, 1-30 | Paul Severin Löwe, Peter Valet
  • SOEP-LEE2: Linking Surveys on Employees to Employers in Germany

    This article presents the new linked employee-employer study of the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP-LEE2), which offers new research opportunities for various academic fields. In particular, the study contains two waves of an employer survey for persons in dependent work that is also linkable to the SOEP, a large representative German annual household panel (SOEP-LEE2-Core). Moreover, SOEP-LEE2 includes ...

    In: Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik (online first) (2023), | Wenzel Matiaske, Torben D. Schmidt, Christoph Halbmeier, Martina Maas, Doris Holtmann, Carsten Schröder, Tamara Böhm, Stefan Liebig, Alexander S. Kritikos
  • Dynamics of Life Course Family Transitions in Germany: Exploring Patterns, Process and Relationships

    This paper explores dynamics of family life events in Germany using discrete time event history analysis based on SOEP data. We find that higher educational attainment, better income level, and marriage emerge as salient protective factors mitigating the risk of mortality; better education also reduces the likelihood of first marriage whereas, lower educational attainment, protracted period, and presence ...

    Frankfurt (Main): Leibniz Institute for Financial Research (SAFE), 2023,
    (SAFE Working Paper No. 399)
    | Raimond Maurer, Sehrish Usman
  • Perceiver Effects and Socioeconomic Background: Contrasting Parent-Reports against Teacher-Reports of Elementary School Students’ Personality

    Familial socioeconomic background can impact not only academic success, but also the personality of offspring. Yet, there is little evidence on whether it might influence how parents describe their children?s personality. To fill this gap, we used latent multitrait-multimethod (CTCM-1) models to examine familial socioeconomic background as possible predictor of parental perceiver effects regarding ...

    In: Journal of Personality Assessment (2023), 1-14 | Emilija Meier-Faust, Rainer Watermann
  • We made it to Germany … and now? Interdependent risks of vulnerability for refugees in a high-income country

    Refugees are perceived as a category of people that are ?vulnerable? per se. However, once they have arrived in (high-income) hosting countries and are supported by a welfare state, vulnerability needs to be rethought, as they face new challenges and potential sources of inequality. In this paper, we have measured vulnerability as the probability of experiencing jointly three interdependent risks: ...

    In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (online first) (2023), | Daria Mendola, Anna Maria Parroco, Paolo Li Donni
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