Carsten Sauer
Carsten Sauer
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The application of factorial surveys in general population samples: The effects of respondent age and education on response times and response consistency
C Sauer, K Auspurg, T Hinz, S Liebig
Survey Research Methods 5 (3), 89-102, 2011
1212011
Why should women get less? Evidence on the gender pay gap from multifactorial survey experiments
K Auspurg, T Hinz, C Sauer
American Sociological Review 82 (1), 179-210, 2017
1112017
The rationale for consuming cognitive enhancement drugs in university students and teachers
S Sattler, C Sauer, G Mehlkop, P Graeff
PloS one 8 (7), e68821, 2013
642013
Sociology of justice
S Liebig, C Sauer
Handbook of social justice theory and research, 37-59, 2016
622016
The factorial survey as a method for measuring sensitive issues
K Auspurg, T Hinz, S Liebig, C Sauer
Improving survey methods: Lessons from recent research, 137-149, 2015
612015
Evaluating the drivers of and obstacles to the willingness to use cognitive enhancement drugs: the influence of drug characteristics, social environment, and personal …
S Sattler, G Mehlkop, P Graeff, C Sauer
Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy 9 (1), 8, 2014
552014
Die wahrgenommene Gerechtigkeit des eigenen Erwerbseinkommens: Geschlechtstypische Muster und die Bedeutung des Haushaltskontextes
S Liebig, C Sauer, J Schupp
Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 63 (1), 33-59, 2011
472011
Impact of contextual factors and substance characteristics on perspectives toward cognitive enhancement
S Sattler, C Forlini, É Racine, C Sauer
PLoS One 8 (8), e71452, 2013
392013
The justice of earnings in dual-earner households
S Liebig, C Sauer, J Schupp
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30 (2), 219-232, 2012
362012
When decisions should be shared: a study of social norms in medical decision making using a factorial survey approach
M Mueller-Engelmann, N Donner-Banzhoff, H Keller, L Rosinger, C Sauer, ...
Medical Decision Making 33 (1), 37-47, 2013
332013
Unfair pay and health: The effects of perceived injustice of earnings on physical health
R Schunck, C Sauer, P Valet
European Sociological Review 31 (6), 655-666, 2015
292015
Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: Five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research
S Liebig, C Sauer, S Friedhoff
Social Justice Research 28 (4), 415-434, 2015
282015
Die Bewertung von Erwerbseinkommen: methodische und inhaltliche Analysen zu einer Vignettenstudie im Rahmen des SOEP-Pretest 2008
C Sauer, K Auspurg, T Hinz, S Liebig
SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research, 2009
252009
Less is sometimes more: Consequences of overpayment on job satisfaction and absenteeism
C Sauer, P Valet
Social Justice Research 26 (2), 132-150, 2013
232013
Incentives and inhibitors of abusing academic positions: Analysing university students’ decisions about bribing academic staff
P Graeff, S Sattler, G Mehlkop, C Sauer
European Sociological Review 30 (2), 230-241, 2014
222014
Studentische Fachkulturen und Lebensstile—Reproduktion oder Sozialisation?
W Georg, C Sauer, T Wöhler
Klein aber fein!, 349-372, 2009
222009
The influence of patients’ immigration background and residence permit status on treatment decisions in health care. Results of a factorial survey among general practitioners …
D Drewniak, T Krones, C Sauer, V Wild
Social Science & Medicine 161, 64-73, 2016
212016
Determinants of just earnings: The importance of comparisons with similar others and social relations with supervisors and coworkers in organizations
C Sauer, MJ May
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 47, 45-54, 2017
202017
Method Effects in Factorial Surveys: An Analysis of Respondents' Comments, Interviewers' Assessments, and Response Behavior
C Sauer, K Auspurg, T Hinz, S Liebig, J Schupp
SOEPpaper, 2014
182014
A Factorial Survey on the Justice of Earnings within the SOEP-Pretest 2008
C Sauer, S Liebig, K Auspurg, T Hinz, A Donaubauer, J Schupp
IZA Discussion Paper, 2009
15*2009
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