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Ebbinghaus, Bernhard (2023): Revisiting the Double Movement: Social Protection versus Market Liberalism in Europe. [29th International Conference of Europeanists, Reykjavik, June 27th to June 29th, 2023] more
Ebbinghaus, Bernhard, and Kun Lee (2023): From Early Retirement to Later Exit from Work: Shifting Towards Active Ageing. Pp. 295-308 in: Daniel Clegg, Niccolo Durazzi (Eds.) Handbook of Labour Market Policy in Advanced Democracies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. more
Ebert, Tobias, Jana Berkessel and Thorsteinn Jonsson (2023): Political person–culture match and longevity: The partisanship–mortality link depends on the cultural context. Psychological Science, 34, issue 11, pp. 1192-1205. more
Ellerbrock, Simon (2023): “Antidote revisited”. On the causal relationship between cross-partisan conversations and affective polarization. [13th Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association, Glasgow, June 22nd to June 24th, 2023] more
Ellerbrock, Simon (2023): Spreading the dislike. Restrictive norms in personal networks and their effect on affective polarization. [Annual Meeting of the Standing Group on Elections and Public Opinion of the German Political Science Association, Friedrichshafen, May 25th to May 26th, 2023] more
Ellerbrock, Simon, and Manuel Neumann (2023): Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: How Social Projection and Social Sampling Interact in the Formation of Public Opinion Preceptions. Pp. 85-115 in: Thorsten Faas, Sascha Huber, Mona Krewel, Sigrid Roßteutscher (Eds.) Informationsflüsse, Wahlen und Demokratie: Festschrift für Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck. Baden-Baden: Nomos. more
Entringer, Theresa M., Jochen E. Gebauer and Hannes Kroeger (2023): Big Five Personality and religiosity: Bidirectional cross-lagged effects and their moderation by culture. Journal of Personality, 91, issue 3, pp. 736-752. more
Fernández-Fontelo, Amanda, Pascal J. Kieslich, Felix Henninger, Frauke Kreuter and Sonja Greven (2023): Predicting question difficulty in web surveys: A machine learning approach based on mouse movement features. Social Science Computer Review, 41, issue 1, pp. 141-162. more
Freudenthaler, Rainer, Chung-hong Chan, Katharina Ludwig, Philipp Müller and Hartmut Wessler (2023): One language model fits all? On the challenges of adopting an automated measure of racialized group stigmatization for Tweets. [73rd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Toronto, May 25th to May 29th, 2023] more
Gerdon, Frederic, Daria Szafran, Jakob Kappenberger, Ruben L. Bach and Christoph Kern (2023): Using survey experiments and agent-based modeling to simulate mobility behavior in smart cities. [10th Conference of the European Survey Research Association, Milan, July 17th to July 21st, 2023] more