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Konferenzbeiträge

An dieser Stelle erhalten Sie einen Überblick über alle uns bekannten Konferenzbeiträge, welche rund um das Projekt TwinLife bzw. mit den Daten des Projektes entstanden sind.
MVE Tagung - Darwinische Evolutionswissenschaften und Kultur- und Sozialwissenschaften - Streiten sie noch? Oder lernen sie schon voneinander? - Delmenhorst, Germany

September 2019


  • Eichhorn, H. ▪ Mönkediek, B.
    Bestimmen Geschlechterstereotype und -Normen unser Freizeitverhalten? Eine genetisch sensitive Analyse mit Zwillingsdaten


15th Conference on Personality and Psychological Assessment (DPPD) - Dresden, Germany

September 2019


  • Baum, M. A. ▪ Spinath, F. M. ▪ Hahn, E.
    Shift work and health behavior – potential moderating effects of cognitive abilities and personality characteristics on the link between shift work and health behavior and implications for labor law decisions
  • Eifler, E. F. ▪ Riemann, R. ▪ Starr, A.
    Genetic and Environmental Influences on Educational Performance
  • Hahn, E. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Iser, J. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    How your parents influence your well-being: Pathways from parenting behavior to offspring satisfaction including a genetic perspective
  • Hufer, A. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Kandler, C. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Which party do you like? On the genetic and environmental sources of political orientation
  • Klatzka, C. H. ▪ Hahn, E. ▪ Spinath, F. M. (Poster)
    Testing the family stress model with respect to social exclusion events as family stressors
  • Nikstat, A. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Genetic and Environmental Contributions to Internalizing and Externalizing Problem Behavior: Extending the Classical Twin Design
  • Riemann, R. ▪ Eifler, E. F. ▪ Hufer, A.
    On the etiology of school careers: A nuclear twin family study based on a representative German sample
  • Starr, A. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Disadvantageous influences on educational performance


Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) Conference - Potsdam, Germany

September 2019


  • Diewald, M. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Mönkediek, B. ▪ Weigel, L.
    Testing bioecological enhancement and stress diathesis in a multidimensional framework of socio-economic status: non-linear gene-environment interactions in the IQ development of German twins
  • Weigel, L. ▪ Mönkediek, B.
    Parental divorce and its effects on internalizing and externalizing problem behaviours in children


European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR) - Lausanne, Switzerland

September 2019


  • Diewald, M.
    Keynote: What twin studies teach us about inequality over the life course


International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID) - Florence, Italy

July 2019


  • Baum, M. A. ▪ Spinath, F. M. ▪ Hahn, E.
    When the night becomes day: Potential moderating effects of cognitive abilities and personality characteristics on the link between shift work and health behavior


World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies - Berlin, Germany

July 2019


  • Diewald, M.
    Interdisciplinary perspectives on unequal life chances within the same family: The relevance of the within-family perspective
  • Weigel, L. ▪ Lang, V.
    Discordant siblings and twins: The role of family events and unequal treatment of children


46th Behavior Genetics Association Meeting (BGA) - Stockholm, Sweden

June 2019


  • Nikstat, A. ▪ Riemann, R.
    The Nature and Nurture of Individual Differences in Internalizing and Externalizing Behavior Problems: A Nuclear Twin Family Study
  • Riemann, R.
    A sex limitation model of self-esteem using twin and sib data


Dynamics of Inequality Across the Life-course Mid-term conference - Turku, Finland

June 2019


  • Grätz, M. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Diewald, M.
    The effects of parenting on noncognitive skills: Evidence from a sample of twins in Germany


Spring Meeting DGS-Section „Soziale Ungleichheit und Sozialstrukturanalyse“ - Berlin, Germany

May 2019


  • Baier, T. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Grätz, M. ▪ Barclay, K. J. ▪ Conley, D. ▪ Laidley, T. ▪ Lyngstad, T. H.
    Länderspezifische und herkunftsbedingte Unterschiede in genetischen Einflüssen auf den Bildungserfolg: Ein international vergleichender Test der Scarr-Rowe Hypothese
  • Diewald, M. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Mönkediek, B.
    Hängt die Intelligenzentwicklung von der sozialen Herkunft ab? Und wenn ja, warum? Eine Exploration der Scarr-Rowe-Hypothese für Deutschland
  • Mönkediek, B. ▪ Diewald, M.
    Entgegen aller Erwartungen: Können elterliche Ressourcen fehlende Fähigkeiten kompensieren? Oder gleichen Fähigkeiten und Anstrengungen geringe elterliche Ressourcen aus?


6th pairfam International User Conference - Cologne, Germany

May 2019


  • Mönkediek, B. ▪ Schulz, W. ▪ Eichhorn, H. ▪ Diewald, M.
    Is there something special about twin families? A comparison of parenting styles in twin and non-twin families


3rd World Conference on Personality (WAPP) - Hanoi, Vietnam

April 2019


  • Hufer, A. ▪ Osman, A-N. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Influences of racial and religious discrimination on well-being in migrants in Germany


Population Association of America (PAA) Annual Meeting - Austin, United States

April 2019


  • Baier, T. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Grätz, M. ▪ Barclay, K. J. ▪ Conley, D. ▪ Laidley, T. ▪ Lyngstad, T. H.
    Social and genetic influences on education: Testing the Scarr-Rowe hypothesis for education in a comparative perspective
  • Grätz, M. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Diewald, M.
    The effects of parenting on noncognitive skills: Evidence from a sample of twins in Germany


Spring Meeting DGS-Section „Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung“ - Ingolstadt, Germany

April 2019


  • Mönkediek, B. ▪ Diewald, M. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Weigel, L.
    Analysepotentiale des Deutschen Zwillingsfamilienpanels (TwinLife)


BIEN Seminar - Potsdam, Germany

March 2019


  • Diewald, M.
    Was tragen genetisch informierte Ansätze dazu bei, den Kompetenz- und Bildungserwerb besser zu verstehen? Ergebnisse der TwinLife-Studie


International Sociological Association (ISA) RC28 Spring Meeting - Frankfurt, Germany

March 2019


  • Baier, T. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Grätz, M. ▪ Barclay, K. J. ▪ Conley, D. ▪ Laidley, T. ▪ Lyngstad, T. H.
    Social and genetic influences on education: Testing the Scarr-Rowe hypothesis for education in a comparative perspective
  • Diewald, M. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Mönkediek, B.
    Testing the Scarr-Rowe hypothesis in a multidimensional  framework of socio-economic status: Non-linear gene-environment-interaction in the IQ development of German twins
  • Grätz, M. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Diewald, M.
    The effects of parenting on noncognitive skills: Evidence from a sample of twins in Germany
European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR) Conference - Paris, Frankreich

September 2018


  • Baier, T. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Grätz, M. ▪ Barclay, K. J. ▪ Conley, D. ▪ Laidley, T. ▪ Lyngstad, T. H.
    Social and genetic influences on education: Testing the Scarr-Rowe hypothesis for education in a comparative perspective


Qualität und sozio-emotionaler Entwicklung: Ergebnisse einer Zwillingsstudie
39th Congress of the German Sociological Association (DGS) - Göttingen, Deutschland

September 2018


  • Baier, T. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Grätz, M. ▪ Barclay, K. J. ▪ Conley, D. ▪ Laidley, T. ▪ Lyngstad, T. H.
    Social and genetic influences on education: Testing the Scarr-Rowe hypothesis for education in a comparative perspective


Bildungspolitisches Forum - Berlin, Deutschland

September 2018


  • Mönkediek, B. ▪ Diewald, M. ▪ Schober, P. ▪ Spieß, C. K.
    Der Zusammenhang von Kita-


51st Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie - Frankfurt, Deutschland

September 2018


  • Eifler, E. F. ▪ Starr, A. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Verhaltensgenetische Untersuchung von schulischer Leistung im Kindes- und Jugendalter
  • Gottschling, J. ▪ Hahn, E. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    Moderiert die Familienumwelt die Erblichkeit kognitiver Fähigkeiten?
  • Hufer, A. ▪ Mückler, L. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Der Zusammenhang von Selbstwert und Lebenszufriedenheit
  • Riemann, R. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Eifler, E.F. ▪ Hufer, A.
    Kumulativer Vorteil?


Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) International Conference - Milan, Italien

July 2018


  • Diewald, M. ▪ Mönkediek, B.
    Does Social Background Compensate for Missing Ability and Effort, or Do Ability and Effort Compensate for Low Social Background? A Comparison Between Early Secondary Education Tracking and the Later Transition to Tertiary Education


XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology - Toronto, Kanada

July 2018


  • Lang, V. ▪ Diewald, M. ▪ Mönkediek, B.
    Do Parents Treat Children Differently? How Social Stratification and Genes Influence Parental Reactions to Twin’s Birth Weight


19th Meeting of the European Conference on Personality (ECP) - Zadar, Kroatien

July 2018


  • Eifler, E.F. ▪ Starr, A. ▪ Riemann, R.
    The Genetic and Environmental Effects on Educational Performance in late Childhood and Adolescence
  • Hufer, A. ▪ Mückler, L. ▪ Riemann, R.
    On the association between self‐esteem and satisfaction with life
  • Riemann, R. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Eifler, E. F. ▪ Hufer, A.
    Genetic and environmental sources of cumulative (dis‐) advantage
14th Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe Differentielle Psychologie, Persönlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik (DPPD) – München, Deutschland

September 2017


  • Hufer, A. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Kandler, C. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Genetische und Umwelteinflüsse auf politische Einstellungen und Parteineigung in der Jugend und dem frühen Erwachsenenalter. Eine Analyse im Extended Twin Family Design. Paper presentation at the 14nd meeting of the division individual differences, personality psychology, and psychological assessment (DPPD) of the German Psychological Association
  • Lenau, F. ▪ Spinath F. M. ▪ Hahn E.
    Leben am Abgrund? – Risikoverhalten im Kindes- und Jugendalter. Eine Analyse der differenziellen Vorhersagekraft von mütterlicher und väterlicher Erziehung. Paper presentation at the 14nd meeting of the division individual differences, personality psychology, and psychological assessment (DPPD) of the German Psychological Association
  • Riemann, R. Arbeitsgruppe
    Neues von TwinLife: Verhaltensgenetische Studien zu Persönlichkeit und Intelligenz. Symposium at the 14nd meeting of the division individual differences, personality psychology, and psychological assessment (DPPD) of the German Psychological Association
  • Riemann, R. ▪ Hufer, A. ▪ Kandler, C. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Hopwood, C. J. ▪ Bleidorn, W.
    Genetische und soziale Einflüsse auf die Entwicklung des Selbstwerts. Paper presentation at the 14nd meeting of the division individual differences, personality psychology, and psychological assessment (DPPD) of the German Psychological Association
  • Spinath F. M. ▪ Hahn E. ▪ Johnson, W. ▪ Turkheimer, E. ▪ Gottschling, J.
    Eine Zwillings-Familien-Analyse kognitiver Fähigkeiten: Ergebnisse der deutschen TwinLife Studie. Paper presentation at the 14nd meeting of the division individual differences, personality psychology, and psychological assessment (DPPD) of the German Psychological Association


18th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID) – Warschau, Polen

July 2017



  • Gottschling, J. ▪ Hahn, E. ▪ Johnson, W. ▪ Turkheimer, E. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    A nuclear twin family study of cognitive abilities: Results from the German TwinLife study. Paper presentation at the Biennual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID)
  • Hahn, E. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Spinath, F.M. ▪ McGue, M. ▪ Johnson, W.
    The role of cultural conditions: Genetic influences on alcohol misuse across adolescence and early adulthood in Germany and the US. Paper presentation at the Biennual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID)
  • Hufer, A. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Kandler, C. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Genetic and environmental effects on social and political participation in adolescence and early adulthood: An Extended Twin Family Analysis. Paper presentation at the Biennual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID)
  • Lenau, F. ▪ Spinath, F. M. ▪ Hahn, E.
    Living on the Edge? Risk Behavior in Childhood and Adolescence – Differential Prediction from Maternal and Paternal Parenting Styles. Poster presentation at the Biennual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID)
  • Riemann, R.
    Advances in behavior genetic research. Symposium at the Biennual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID)


45th Meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA) – Oslo, Norwegen

June 2017


  • Diewald, M.
    Social science and genetics. Perspectives and opportunities of information-rich twin-based designs. Panel discussion at the 45nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA)
  • Gottschling, J. ▪ Hahn, E. ▪ Johnson, W. ▪ Turkheimer, E. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    A nuclear twin family study of cognitive abilities: Results from the German TwinLife study. Paper presentation at the 45nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA)
  • Hahn, E. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Spinath, F. M. ▪ McGue, M. ▪ Johnson, W.
    The role of cultural conditions: Genetic influences on alcohol misuse across adolescence and early adulthood in Germany and the US. Paper presentation at the 45nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA)
  • Hufer, A. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Kandler, C. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Riemann, R.
    Genetic and environmental effects on political preferences and party identification in adolescence and early adulthood: An Extended Twin Family Analysis. 45th Behavior Genetics Annual Meeting (BGA)
  • Johnson, W. ▪ Hahn, E. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Lenau, F. ▪ Spinath, F. M. ▪ McGue, M.
    SES-of-Origin and BMI in Youth: Comparing Germany and Minnesota - to be part of symposium 'Gene x Environment Interplay on Indicators of Social Inequality'. Paper presentation at the 45nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA)
  • Riemann, R. ▪ Hufer, A. ▪ Kandler, C. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Hopwood, C. ▪ Bleidorn, W.
    On the etiology of self-esteem: Genetic and environmental effects. Paper presentation at the 45nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA)


Summer Meeting of the Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility (RC28) of the International Sociological Association (ISA) – Köln, Deutschland

March 2017


  • Lang, V. ▪ Mönkediek, B. ▪ Diewald, M.
    The stratification of intergenerational skill transmission: A comparison between the cognitive and the non-cognitive domain. Paper presented at the Summer Meeting of the Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility (RC28) of the International Sociological Association (ISA)
9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology, ISA RC33 – Leicester, UK

September 2016


  • Lang, V. ▪ Diewald, M.
    The added value of twin data analyses for causal inference in the social sciences. Presentation, 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology, ISA RC33


50th Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie – Leipzig, Deutschland

September 2016


  • Riemann, R. ▪ Kaempfert, M. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Peters, A.-L.
    On the etiology of social integration: Genetic and environmental effects. Paper presented at the at the „50. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs)“


18th Meeting of the European Conference on Personality (ECP) – Timisoara, Rumänien

July 2016


  • Gottschling, J. ▪ Hahn, E. ▪ Lenau, F. ▪ Spinath, F.M.
    Gene x Socioeconomic Status Interaction on Cognitive Ability: Insights from the German TwinLife Study. Paper presented at the 18th European Conference on Personality (ECP)
  • Riemann, R. ▪ Kaempfert, M. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Nikstat, A. ▪ Peters, A.-L.
    On the etiology of social integration: Genetic and environmental effects. 18. European Conference of Personality (ECP)


12th International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference – Berlin, Deutschland

June 2016


  • Baier, T.
    Within family stratification in educational outcomes and the role of social background – new findings from the German TwinLife study. Paper presentation, 12th International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference
  • Diewald, M. ▪ Lang, V. ▪ Johnson, W.
    Do parents treat (their) children differently? Paper presentation, 12thInternational German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference
  • Schulz, W. ▪ Schunck, R.
    Cognitive and non-Cognitive Skills and the Reproduction of Inequalities. Paper presentation, 12th International German Socio-Economic Panel User Conference


17th annual convention of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) – San Diego, USA

January 2016


  • Riemann, R. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Peters, A.-L.
    SES effects on reliability, etiology, and validity of personality measures. Paper presented at the 17th annual convention of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology
2nd Berlin Interdisciplinary Education Research Network (BIEN) annual conference – Berlin, Deutschland

September 2015


  • Krell, K. ▪ Lang, V.
    TwinLife – Eine genetisch sensitive Längsschnittstudie zur Entstehung sozialer Ungleichheit. Paper presented at the 2nd annual conference of the Berlin Interdisciplinary Education Research Network (BIEN)


17th Meeting of the European Conference Developmental Psychology (ECDP) – Braga, Portugal

September 2015


  • Peters, A.-L. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Diewald, M. ▪ Riemann, R. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    Genetic and social causes of life chances – The German interdisciplinary, genetically informative longitudinal study TwinLife. Poster presented at the European Conference Developmental Psychology (ECDP)


13th Arbeitstagung der Fachgruppe Differentielle Psychologie, Persönlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik (DPPD) – Mainz, Deutschland

September 2015


  • Diewald, M. ▪ Kaiser, T.
    Allgemeine Kompetenzen, kulturelles Kapital – ererbt oder erworben? Paper presented at the 13th meeting of the division Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment of the German Psychological Association
  • Hahn, E. ▪ Gottschling, J.
    Entstehungsbedingungen sozialer Ungleichheiten – Erste Ergebnisse der TwinLife Studie. Symposium at the 13nd meeting of the division individual differences, personality psychology, and psychological assessment (DPPD) of the German Psychological Association
  • Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Peters, A.-L. ▪ Schunck, R.
    Gewissenhaftigkeit und Gesundheit – Entwicklungs- und Ungleichheitsperspektiven. Paper presented at the 13th meeting of the division Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment of the German Psychological Association
  • Lenau, F. ▪ Hahn, E. ▪ Peters, A.-L. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    TwinLife – Alles beginnt mit der Bestimmung der Zygotie: Validierung der Eiigkeitsbestimmung durch Ähnlichkeitseinschätzung mittels DNA-Test. Paper presented at the at the 13nd meeting of the division individual differences, personality psychology, and psychological assessment (DPPD) of the German Psychological Association
  • Riemann, R. ▪ Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Peters, A.-L.
    Psychometrische Merkmale und Erblichkeit von Persönlichkeit in Abhängigkeit von Alter und sozialem Status. Paper presented at the 13th meeting of the division Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment of the German Psychological Association
  • Spinath, F.M. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Hahn, E.
    Entlang des sozioökonomischen Kontinuums: Wie sehr unterscheiden sich genetische und Umwelteinflüsse auf Intelligenzunterschiede in ihrer Bedeutung? Paper presented at the 13th meeting of the division Personality Psychology and Psychological Assessment of the German Psychological Association


Current Trends in Psychology – Novi Sad, Serbien

September 2015


  • Riemann, R.
    TwinLife: Genetic and Social causes of life chances. Invited plenary lecture: Current Trends in Psychology 2015


Arbeitsgemeinschaft Sozialwissenschaftlicher Institute“ (ASI) – Köln, Deutschland

July 2015


  • Krell, K. ▪ Lang, V.
    TwinLife: Ein Zwillingsfamilienpanel für die Mixed-Mode-Forschung. Paper presented at the „Arbeitsgemeinschaft Sozialwissenschaftlicher Institute“ (ASI) & the division for „Methods“ of the „Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie“ on mixed-mode research


International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) – Amsterdam, Niederlande

March 2015


  • Riemann, R.
    Genetic and social effects on social inequality. Paper presented at the International Convention of Psychological Science
5th Meeting of the Personality Development in Adulthood (PerDev) Network – Bielefeld, Deutschland

November 2014


  • Kornadt, A. E. ▪ Peters, A.-L.
    TwinLife – Eine genetisch informative Längsschnittstudie zur Entstehung sozialer Ungleichheit – Projektvorstellung und Perspektiven zur Untersuchung von Persönlichkeitsentwicklung. Paper presented at the PerDev Network meeting


49th Kongress der deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie – Bochum, Deutschland

September 2014


  • Riemann, R.
    TwinLife: Eine Zwillingsfamilienstudie zur Entstehung sozialer Ungleichheiten. Paper presented at the Paper presented at the at the „49. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs)“


35th Congress of the Polish Psychological Association – Bydgoszcz, Polen

September 2014


  • Riemann, R.
    TwinLife: Twin Family Study on Social Inequality. Invited plenary lecture at the 35th Congress of the Polish Psychological Association


17th European Conference on Personality – Lausanne, Schweiz

July 2014


  • Riemann, R.
    Twin Studies on Personality Traits. Paper presented at the 17th European Conference on Personality


44th Meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA) – Charlottesville, VA, USA

June 2014


  • Gottschling, J. ▪ Hahn, E.
    Causes and Consequences of Social Inequality over the Life Course: Current Findings and future Implications for the German Twin Study ‘TwinLife’. Symposium at the 44nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA)
  • Hahn, E. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Riemann, R. ▪ Diewald, M. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    TwinLife – A new German Twin Study on Genetic and Social Causes of Social Inequalities. Paper presented at the 44nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA)
16th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID) – Barcelona, Spanien

July 2013


  • Riemann, R.
    The behavior genetic study of social inequalities. Paper presented at the Biennual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences


43th Meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA) – Marseille, Frankreich

June 2013


  • Hahn, E. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Diewald, M. ▪ Riemann, R. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    TwinLife: Genetic and social causes of life chances – A genetically informative, longitudinal study of the life course and individual development. Poster presented at the 43nd annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association (BGA)


21th Tagung der Fachgruppe Entwicklungspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie – Saarbrücken, Deutschland

June 2013


  • Hahn, E. ▪ Gottschling, J. ▪ Diewald, M. ▪ Riemann, R. ▪ Spinath, F. M.
    TwinLife – Eine genetisch sensitive Längsschnittstudie zur Entstehung sozialer Ungleichheit. Poster presented at the 21th conference of the „Fachgruppe Entwicklungspsychologie“
Annual Meeting of the Serbian Society of Psychology – Belgrade, Serbien

  • Riemann, R.
    Advances in the behavior genetic study of personality and ability traits. Invited plenary lecture at the Annual Meeting of the Serbian Society of Psychology