Matthias Stadler
Matthias Stadler
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ChatGPT for good? On opportunities and challenges of large language models for education
E Kasneci, K Seßler, S Küchemann, M Bannert, D Dementieva, F Fischer, ...
Learning and individual differences 103, 102274, 2023
Simulation-based learning in higher education: A meta-analysis
O Chernikova, N Heitzmann, M Stadler, D Holzberger, T Seidel, F Fischer
Review of Educational Research 90 (4), 499-541, 2020
The relative importance of proactive behaviors and outcomes for predicting newcomer learning, well-being, and work engagement
HD Cooper-Thomas, NL Paterson, MJ Stadler, AM Saks
Journal of Vocational Behavior 84 (3), 318-331, 2014
Complex problem solving and intelligence: A meta-analysis
M Stadler, N Becker, M Gödker, D Leutner, S Greiff
Intelligence 53, 92-101, 2015
Technology-related teaching skills and attitudes: Validation of a scenario-based self-assessment instrument for teachers
M Sailer, M Stadler, F Schultz-Pernice, U Franke, C Schöffmann, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 115, 106625, 2021
On powerpointers, clickerers, and digital pros: Investigating the initiation of digital learning activities by teachers in higher education
A Lohr, M Stadler, F Schultz-Pernice, O Chernikova, M Sailer, F Fischer, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 119, 106715, 2021
Knowledge as a formative construct: A good alpha is not always better
M Stadler, M Sailer, F Fischer
New Ideas in Psychology 60, 100832, 2021
The role of strategy knowledge for the application of strategies in complex problem solving tasks
S Wüstenberg, M Stadler, J Hautamäki, S Greiff
Technology, Knowledge and Learning 19, 127-146, 2014
Assessing complex problem-solving skills with multiple complex systems
S Greiff, A Fischer, M Stadler, S Wüstenberg
Thinking & Reasoning 21 (3), 356-382, 2015
The assessment of collaborative problem solving in PISA 2015: Can computer agents replace humans?
K Herborn, M Stadler, M Mustafić, S Greiff
Computers in Human Behavior 104, 105624, 2020
Science knowledge and trust in medicine affect individuals’ behavior in pandemic crises
M Sailer, M Stadler, E Botes, F Fischer, S Greiff
European Journal of Psychology of Education 37 (1), 279-292, 2022
The assessment of collaborative problem solving in PISA 2015: An investigation of the validity of the PISA 2015 CPS tasks
M Stadler, K Herborn, M Mustafić, S Greiff
Computers & Education 157, 103964, 2020
Seeing is believing: Gender diversity in STEM is related to mathematics self-concept.
C Niepel, M Stadler, S Greiff
Journal of Educational Psychology 111 (6), 1119, 2019
Analyzing longitudinal intervention studies with linear mixed models.
S Hilbert, M Stadler, A Lindl, F Naumann, M Bühner
TPM: Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology 26 (1), 2019
Choosing between what you want now and what you want most: Self-control explains academic achievement beyond cognitive ability
M Stadler, M Aust, N Becker, C Niepel, S Greiff
Personality and Individual Differences 94, 168-172, 2016
Sometimes less is more: Comparing the validity of complex problem solving measures
S Greiff, M Stadler, P Sonnleitner, C Wolff, R Martin
Intelligence 50, 100-113, 2015
Taking a closer look: An exploratory analysis of successful and unsuccessful strategy use in complex problems
M Stadler, F Fischer, S Greiff
Frontiers in psychology 10, 424920, 2019
A primer on relative importance analysis: Illustrations of its utility for psychological research
M Stadler, HD Cooper-Thomas, S Greiff
Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 59 (4), 381-403, 2017
The newcomer understanding and integration scale: Psychometric evidence across six samples
HD Cooper-Thomas, M Stadler, JH Park, J Chen, AKC Au, KWT Tan, ...
Journal of Business and Psychology 35, 435-454, 2020
The complex route to success: complex problem-solving skills in the prediction of university success
MJ Stadler, N Becker, S Greiff, FM Spinath
Higher Education Research & Development 35 (2), 365-379, 2016
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