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  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Identifying Robust Correlates of Risk Preference: A Systematic Approach Using Specification Curve Analysis

    People’s risk preferences are thought to be central to many consequential real-life decisions, making it important to identify robust correlates of this construct. Various psychological theories have put forth a series of candidate correlates, yet the strength and robustness of their associations remain unclear because of disparate operationalizations of risk preference and analytic limitations in ...

    In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 120 (2021), 2, S. 538–557 | Renato Frey, David Richter, Jürgen Schupp, Ralph Hertwig, Rui Mata
  • Berlin Applied Micro Seminar (BAMS)

    Global Evidence on the Effect of Siblings’ Sex on Personality

    10.05.2021| Jan Feld (Victoria University of Wellington)
  • SOEP Brown Bag Seminar

    A Mega-Analysis of Personality Prediction: Robustness and Boundary Conditions

    Decades of studies identify personality traits as an important predictor of life outcomes. However, previous investigations of personality-outcome associations have not taken a principled approach to covariate use or other sampling strategies to ensure the robustness of personality-outcome associations. The result is that it is unclear (1)...

    27.01.2021| Emorie Beck, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Is Healthy Neuroticism Associated with Health Behaviors? A Coordinated Integrative Data Analysis

    Current literature suggests that neuroticism is positively associated with maladaptive life choices, likelihood of disease, and mortality. However, recent research has identified circumstances under which neuroticism is associated with positive outcomes. The current project examined whether “healthy neuroticism”, defined as the interaction of neuroticism and conscientiousness, was associated with the ...

    In: Collabra: Psychology 6 (2020), 1, Art. 32, 18 S. | Eileen K. Graham, Sara J. Weston, Nicholas A. Turiano, Damaris Aschwanden, Tom Booth, Fleur Harrison, Bryan D. James, Nathan A. Lewis, Steven R. Makkar, Swantje Mueller, Kristi M. Wisniewski, Tomiko Yoneda, Ruixue Zhaoyang, Avron Spiro, Sherry Willis, K. Warner Schaie, Martin Sliwinski, Richard A. Lipton, Mindy J. Katz, Ian J. Deary, Elizabeth M. Zelinski, David A. Bennett, Perminder S. Sachdev, Henry Brodaty, Julian N. Trollor, David Ames, Margaret J. Wright, Denis Gerstorf, Mathias Allemand, Johanna Drewelies, Gert G. Wagner, Graciela Muniz-Terrera, Andrea M. Piccinin, Scott M. Hofer, Daniel K. Mroczek
  • DIW aktuell

    Menschen überschätzen Risiko einer Covid-19-Erkrankung, berücksichtigen aber individuelle Risikofaktoren

    Um mit der Corona-Pandemie möglichst angemessen umgehen zu können, ist es wichtig, dass die Menschen hierzulande eine realistische Vorstellung davon haben, wie hoch ihr individuelles Risiko einer Erkrankung ist. Wie aktuelle Analysen der SOEP-CoV-Studie nun zeigen, sind sich die meisten Menschen in Deutschland durchaus bewusst, dass Faktoren wie das Lebensalter, Vorerkrankungen und der...

    06.08.2020| Stefan Liebig, Gert G. Wagner
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    The Well-Being Benefits of Person-Culture Match Are Contingent on Basic Personality Traits

    People enjoy well-being benefits if their personal characteristics match those of their culture. This person-culture match effect is integral to many psychological theories and—as a driver of migration—carries much societal relevance. But do people differ in the degree to which person-culture match confers well-being benefits? In the first-ever empirical test of that question, we examined whether the ...

    In: Psychological Science 31 (2020), 10, S. 1283-1293 | Jochen E. Gebauer, Jennifer Eck, Theresa Entringer, Wiebke Bleidorn, Peter J. Rentfrow, Jeff Potter, Samuel D. Gosling
  • SOEPpapers 1150 / 2021

    The Role of Personality for Gender Gaps in Political Interest and Activity

    Women have been found to be, on average, less interested in politics and less politically active than men, which might reduce the representation of women’s interests in a democracy. In order to enhance the understanding of these gender gaps, this preregistered study analyzes the role of personality differences for gender gaps in political interest and activity.I use a large representative sample of ...

    2021| Adam Ayaita
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Personality Characteristics and the Decision to Hire

    As the policy debate on entrepreneurship increasingly centers on firm growth in terms of job creation, it is important to understand whether the personality of entrepreneurs drives the first hiring in their firms. Using the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP), we analyze to what extent personality traits influence the probability of becoming an employer. The results indicate that personality matters. ...

    In: Industrial and Corporate Change 31 (2022), 3, S. 736–761 | Marco Caliendo, Frank M. Fossen, Alexander S. Kritikos
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Loneliness During a Nationwide Lockdown and the Moderating Effect of Extroversion

    Loneliness levels were assessed in a longitudinal, nationwide sample (N total = 6,010) collected over the course of the first 3 months of the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany. When in-person social contact restrictions were put in place, loneliness increased significantly compared to prepandemic levels but began to decrease again even before contact restrictions were eased. The loneliness costs were distributed ...

    In: Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (2022), 3, S. 769–780 | Theresa Entringer, Samuel D. Gosling
  • Referierte Aufsätze Web of Science

    Leisure Activities as a Driver of Personality Development? A Random-Intercept Cross-lagged Panel Model across 13 Years in Adulthood

    Repeated experiences and activities drive personality development. Leisure activities are among the daily routines that may elicit personality change. Yet despite the important role they play in daily life, little is known about their prospective effects on personality traits and vice versa. The objective of this study was to examine the extent to which within-person changes in leisure activities lead ...

    In: Collabra: Psychology 7 (2021), 1, 23473, 36 S. | Julia Sander, Paul Schumann, David Richter, Jule Specht
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