Forschung

Publikationen

An dieser Stelle erhalten Sie einen Überblick über alle uns bekannten wissenschaftlichen Veröffentlichungen, welche rund um das Projekt TwinLife bzw. mit den Daten des Projektes entstanden sind.
Neben der hier aufgelisteten Literatur haben wir außerdem einige Konferenzbeiträge und die TwinLife Working Paper SeriesIn Arbeit befindliche Fachartikel, die einen Review-Prozess durchlaufen und sich für eine Publikation empfohlen haben., sowie die TwinLife Technical ReportsWissenschaftliche Beiträge, die sich mit der technischen Darstellung der Daten und mit Methodenfragen beschäftigen. herausgebracht.
  • Hufer, A., Kornadt, A. E., Kandler, C. & Riemann, R. (2020).
    Genetic and environmental variation in political orientation in adolescence and early adulthood: A Nuclear Twin Family analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 118(4), 762–776.
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  • Neugart, M. & Yildirim, S. (2020).
    What determines perceived income justice? Evidence from the German TwinLife study. Economics & Human Biology, 36, 100826.
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  • Nikstat, A. & Riemann, R. (2020).
    On the etiology of internalizing and externalizing problem behavior: A twin-family study. PLOS ONE 15(3).
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  • Turner, J. D., D'Ambrosio, C., Vögele, C. & Diewald, M. (2020).
    Twin Research in the Post-Genomic Era: Dissecting the Pathophysiological Effects of Adversity and the Social Environment. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2020, 21, 3142.
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  • Baier, T. (2019).
    Does sibling and twin similarity in cognitive ability differ by parents’ education?. ZfF–Zeitschrift für Familienforschung/Journal of Family Research, 31(1), 58-82.
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  • Baier, T. & Lang, V. (2019).
    The Social Stratification of Environmental and Genetic Influences on Education: New Evidence Using a Register-Based Twin Sample. Sociological Science, 6, 143-171.
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  • Eifler, E. F., Starr A. & Riemann, R. (2019).
    The genetic and environmental effects on school grades in late childhood and adolescence. PLoS ONE 14(12).
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  • Gil-Hernández, C. J. (2019).
    Do Well-off Families Compensate for Low Cognitive Ability? Evidence on Social Inequality in Early Schooling from a Twin Study. Sociology of Education, 92, 150-175.
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  • Gottschling, J., Hahn, E., Beam, C. R., Spinath, F. M., Carroll, S. & Turkheimer, E. (2019).
    Socioeconomic status amplifies genetic effects in middle childhood in a large German twin sample. Intelligence, 72, 20-27.
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  • Kandler, C., Waaktaar, T., Möttus, R., Riemann, R. & Torgersen, S. (2019).
    Unravelling the Interplay Between Genetic and Environmental Contributions in the Unfolding of Personality Differences from Early Adolescence to Young Adulthood. European Journal of Personality, 33, 221-244.
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  • Lang, V., Weigel, L., Mönkediek, B., Baum, M. A., Eichhorn, H., Eifler, E. F., Hahn, E., Hufer, A., Klatzka, C.H., Kottwitz, A., Krell, K., Nikstat, A., Diewald, M., Riemann, R. & Spinath, F. M. (2019).
    An Introduction to the German Twin Family Panel (TwinLife). Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik (published online ahead of print).
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  • Mönkediek, B., Lang, V., Weigel, L., Baum, M. A., Eifler, E. F., Hahn, E., Hufer, A., Klatzka, C.H., Kottwitz, A., Krell, K., Nikstat, A., Diewald, M., Riemann, R. & Spinath, F.M. (2019).
    The German Twin Family Panel (TwinLife). Twin Research and Human Genetics, 1-8.
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  • Bleidorn, W., Hufer, A., Kandler, C., Hopwood, C. J. & Riemann, R. (2018).
    A Nuclear Twin Family Study of Self‐Esteem. European Journal of Personality, 32, 221-232.
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  • Hübler, P. M. (2018).
    Heritability of time preference: Evidence from German twin data. Kyklos, 71(3), 433-455.
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  • Johnson, W., Hahn, E., Gottschling, J., Lenau, F., Spinath, F. M. & McGue, M. (2018).
    SES-of-Origin and BMI in Youth: Comparing Germany and Minnesota. Behavior Genetics, 1-25.
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  • Klassen, L., Eifler, E. F., Hufer, A. & Riemann, R. (2018).
    Why Do People Differ in Their Achievement Motivation? A Nuclear Twin Family Study. Primenjena psihologija, 11(4), 433-450.
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  • Kornadt, A.E., Hufer, A., Kandler, C. & Riemann, R. (2018).
    On the genetic and environmental sources of social and political participation in adolescence and early adulthood. PLOS ONE 13(8), 1-16.
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  • Weinschenk, A. C. & Dawes, C. T. (2018).
    The genetic and psychological underpinnings of generalized social trust. Journal of Trust Research, 1-19.
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  • Schulz, W., Schunck, R., Diewald, M. & Johnson, W. (2017).
    Pathways of Intergenerational Transmission of Advantages during Adolescence: Social Background, Cognitive Ability, and Educational Attainment. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. Online First.
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  • Spinath, F. M. & Bleidorn, W. (2017).
    The New Look of Behavioral Genetics in Social Inequality: Gene‐Environment Interplay and Life Chances. Journal of personality, 85(1), 5-9.
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  • Hahn, E., Gottschling, J., Bleidorn, W., Kandler, C., Spengler, M., Kornadt, A. E., Schulz, W., Schunck, R., Baier, T., Krell, K., Lang, V., Lenau, F., Peters, A.-L., Diewald, M., Riemann, R. & Spinath, F. M. (2016).
    What Drives the Development of Social Inequality Over the Life Course? The German TwinLife Study. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 19(6), 659-672.
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  • Spinath, F. M. (2015).
    Intelligent geboren oder schlau gemacht? Falsch gestellte Fragen und bessere Antworten. In D. H. Rost (Hrsg.), Intelligenz und Begabung, Lernen und Klassenführung (S.47-71). Münster: Waxmann.