Lars Leszczensky
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How to deal with reverse causality using panel data? Recommendations for researchers based on a simulation study
L Leszczensky, T Wolbring
Sociological Methods & Research 51 (2), 837-865, 2022
Ethnic segregation of friendship networks in school: Testing a rational-choice argument of differences in ethnic homophily between classroom-and grade-level networks
L Leszczensky, S Pink
Social Networks 42, 18-26, 2015
What drives ethnic homophily? A relational approach on how ethnic identification moderates preferences for same-ethnic friends
L Leszczensky, S Pink
American Sociological Review 84 (3), 394-419, 2019
Intra-and inter-group friendship choices of Christian, Muslim, and non-religious youth in Germany
L Leszczensky, S Pink
European Sociological Review 33 (1), 72-83, 2017
Selection and influence processes in academic achievement—More pronounced for girls?
D Kretschmer, L Leszczensky, S Pink
Social Networks 52, 251-260, 2018
Native friends and host country identification among adolescent immigrants in Germany: The role of ethnic boundaries
B Schulz, L Leszczensky
International Migration Review 50 (1), 163-196, 2016
Do national identification and interethnic friendships affect one another? A longitudinal test with adolescents of Turkish origin in Germany
L Leszczensky
Social science research 42 (3), 775-788, 2013
The effects of ethnic minority adolescents' ethnic self‐identification on friendship selection
P Jugert, L Leszczensky, S Pink
Journal of Research on Adolescence 28 (2), 379-395, 2018
Identity threat and identity multiplicity among minority youth: Longitudinal relations of perceived discrimination with ethnic, religious, and national identification in Germany
F Fleischmann, L Leszczensky, S Pink
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (4), 971-990, 2019
Disentangling the relation between young immigrants’ host country identification and their friendships with natives
L Leszczensky, TH Stark, A Flache, A Munniksma
Social Networks 44, 179-189, 2016
What factors best explain national identification among Muslim adolescents? Evidence from four European countries
L Leszczensky, R Maxwell, E Bleich
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46 (1), 260-276, 2020
Differential influence of same‐and cross‐ethnic friends on ethnic‐racial identity development in early adolescence
P Jugert, L Leszczensky, S Pink
Child Development 91 (3), 949-963, 2020
Are there differences in ethnic majority and minority adolescents' friendship preferences and social influence with regard to their academic achievement?
TH Stark, L Leszczensky, S Pink
Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft: ZfE 20 (3), 475-498, 2017
The Developement and Test of a Measure of Youth’s Ethnic and National Identity
L Leszczensk, AG Santiago
Methods, data, analyses 9 (1), 24, 2015
Changes in Turkish-and resettler-origin adolescents’ acculturation profiles of identification: A three-year longitudinal study from Germany
P Jugert, S Pink, F Fleischmann, L Leszczensky
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 49, 2476-2494, 2020
The relation between ethnic classroom composition and adolescents’ ethnic pride
L Leszczensky, A Flache, TH Stark, A Munniksma
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (7), 997-1013, 2018
Does the share of religious ingroup members affect how important religion is to adolescents? Applying Optimal Distinctiveness Theory to four European countries
L Leszczensky, A Flache, L Sauter
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46 (17), 3703-3721, 2020
Young immigrants' host country identification and their friendships with natives: Does relative group size matter?
L Leszczensky
Social Science Research 70, 163-175, 2018
Die Messung ethnischer und nationaler Identität von Kindern und Jugendlichen
L Leszczensky, A Gräbs Santiago
MZES-Mannheimer Zentrum für europäische Sozialforschung, 2014
In-group bias or out-group reluctance? The interplay of gender and religion in creating religious friendship segregation among Muslim youth
D Kretschmer, L Leszczensky
Social Forces 100 (3), 1307-1332, 2022
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