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Hellyer, Joshua, und Johanna Gereke (2022): A “Beauty Premium” for Whom? The combined effects of ethnicity and attractiveness on trust. [4th Annual Conference on Experimental Sociology (ACES), Utrecht, 31. August bis 02. September 2022] mehr
Hellyer, Joshua, Emily Hellriegel, Johanna Gereke und Reinhard Schunck (2022): Pretty unequal? Ethnicity, Gender and Returns to Physical Attractiveness in Germany. [CEPDISC'22 Conference on Discrimination, Vejle, Denmark, 24. bis 26. Oktober 2022] mehr
Henninger, Felix, Yury Shevchenko, Ulf K. Mertens, Pascal J. Kieslich und Benjamin E. Hilbig (2022): lab.js: A free, open, online study builder. Behavior Research Methods, 54, Heft 2, S. 556–573. mehr
Heyne, Stefanie, und Tobias Wolbring (2022): Do Mothers and Fathers in Germany Really Prefer a Traditional Division of Labor? The Impact of Working Hours on Life Satisfaction Reconsidered. Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 51, Heft 3, S. 298-306. mehr
Heyne, Stefanie, Jana Kuhlemann und Irena Kogan (2022): Attitudes towards partnerships with Afghan and Syrian refugees: Evidence from a factorial survey experiment. [2nd IMES Workshop on Immigration, Integration, and Attitudes, Mannheim, 22. bis 23. September 2022] mehr
Heyne, Stefanie, Jana Kuhlemann und Irena Kogan (2022): Interethnic partnership preferences of migrants and natives in Germany. [41. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Bielefeld, 26. bis 30. September 2022] mehr
Himmelrath, Noam (2022): Why take the floor? A re-examination of migrant legislators’ motivation to participate in parliamentary debates. [4th Annual COMPTEXT Conference, Dublin, 05. bis 07. Mai 2022] mehr
Hobolt, Sarah B., Sebastian Adrian Popa, Wouter van der Brug und Hermann Schmitt (2022): The Brexit deterrent? How member state exit shapes public support for the European Union. European Union Politics, 23, Heft 1, S. 100-119. mehr
Höhne, Jan Karem, Christoph Kern, Konstantin Gavras und Stephan Schlosser (2022): The Sound of Respondents: Predicting Respondents’ Level of Interest with Voice Data in Smartphone Surveys. Rochester, NY [SSRN platform] mehr
Höhne, Jan Karem, Dagmar Krebs und Steffen-M. Kühnel (2022): Measuring Income (In)equality: Comparing Survey Questions With Unipolar and Bipolar Scales in a Probability-Based Online Panel. Social Science Computer Review, 40, Heft 1, S. 108–123. mehr