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Leszczensky, Lars, Philipp Jugert und Sebastian Pink (2019): The Interplay of Group Identifications and Friendships: Evidence from Longitudinal Social Network Studies. Journal of Social Issues, 75, Heft 2, S. 460-485. mehr
Liebe, Ulf, Elias Naumann und Andreas Tutić (2019): Prosocial Behavior Across Professional Boundaries: Experimental Evidence From Hospitals. SAGE Open, 9, Heft 2, (e-only). mehr
Loter, Katharina, Oliver Arránz Becker, Malgorzata Mikucka und Christof Wolf (2019): Mental health dynamics around marital dissolution. Moderating effects of parenthood and children's age. Journal of Family Research, 31, Heft 2, S. 155-179. mehr
Mader, Matthias, und Harald Schoen (2019): The European refugee crisis, party competition, and voters’ responses in Germany. West European Politics, 42, Heft 1, S. 67-90. mehr
Mader, Matthias, und Nils D. Steiner (2019): Party Institutionalization and Intra-Party Preference Homogeneity. Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, 13, Heft 2, S. 199-224. mehr
Mata, Jutta, Mattea Dallacker, Tobias Vogel und Ralph Hertwig (2019): The role of attitudes in diet, eating, and body weight. S. 67-91 in: Dolores Albarracin, Blair T. Johnson (Hrsg.) Applications. 2. Aufl., New York: Routledge. mehr
Matthieß, Theres (2019): Equal Performance of Minority and Majority Coalitions? Pledge Fulfilment in the German State of NRW. German Politics, 28, Heft 1, S. 123-144. mehr
McClain, Colleen A., Mick P. Couper, Andrew L. Hupp, Florian Keusch, Gregg Peterson, Andrew D. Piskorowski und Brady T. West (2019): A typology of web survey paradata for assessing total survey error. Social Science Computer Review, 37, Heft 2, S. 196-213. mehr
Meyer, Cosima, und Dennis Hammerschmidt (2019): Explaining Regional Patterns of Violence in Times of Political Struggle: The Case of the 2005 Parliamentary Election in Afghanistan. Journal of Regional Security, 14, Heft 1, S. 17-20. mehr
Mäki, Miika, Katja Möhring, Anna Rotkirch und Andreas Weiland (2019): Linked lives and couples’ later life well-being in Finland and Germany. [Workshop: New Social Risks and Pension Policies in Europe, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin, 21. Mai bis 22. Juli 2019] mehr

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