Gottschling Juliana
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Short measurements of personality–Validity and reliability of the GSOEP Big Five Inventory (BFI-S)
E Hahn, J Gottschling, FM Spinath
Journal of Research in Personality 46 (3), 355-359, 2012
Parental involvement and general cognitive ability as predictors of domain-specific academic achievement in early adolescence
J Karbach, J Gottschling, M Spengler, K Hegewald, FM Spinath
Learning and Instruction 23, 43-51, 2013
Why children differ in motivation to learn: Insights from over 13,000 twins from 6 countries
Y Kovas, G Garon-Carrier, M Boivin, SA Petrill, R Plomin, SB Malykh, ...
Personality and individual differences 80, 51-63, 2015
What drives the development of social inequality over the life course? The German TwinLife Study
E Hahn, J Gottschling, W Bleidorn, C Kandler, M Spengler, AE Kornadt, ...
Twin Research and Human Genetics 19 (6), 659-672, 2016
Sex differences in secondary school achievement–The contribution of self-perceived abilities and fear of failure
FS Wach, M Spengler, J Gottschling, FM Spinath
Learning and Instruction 36, 104-112, 2015
Coping with unemployment: The impact of unemployment duration and personality on trajectories of life satisfaction
E Hahn, J Specht, J Gottschling, FM Spinath
European Journal of Personality 29 (6), 635-646, 2015
Do nightmares and generalized anxiety disorder in childhood and adolescence have a common genetic origin?
FL Coolidge, DL Segal, CM Coolidge, FM Spinath, J Gottschling
Behavior genetics 40 (3), 349-356, 2010
Genetic and environmental parent–child transmission of value orientations: An extended twin family study
C Kandler, J Gottschling, FM Spinath
Child Development 87 (1), 270-284, 2016
The heritability of job satisfaction reconsidered: Only unique environmental influences beyond personality
E Hahn, J Gottschling, CJ König, FM Spinath
Journal of Business and Psychology 31 (2), 217-231, 2016
Explaining the relationship between personality and coping with professional demands: Where and why do optimism, self-regulation, and self-efficacy matter?
J Gottschling, E Hahn, H Maas, FM Spinath
Personality and Individual Differences 100, 49-55, 2016
Personality in childhood–A longitudinal behavior genetic approach
M Spengler, J Gottschling, FM Spinath
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (4), 411-416, 2012
Socioeconomic status amplifies genetic effects in middle childhood in a large German twin sample
J Gottschling, E Hahn, CR Beam, FM Spinath, S Carroll, E Turkheimer
Intelligence 72, 20-27, 2019
Relationships among depressive, passive-aggressive, sadistic and self-defeating personality disorder features with suicidal ideation and reasons for living among older adults
DL Segal, J Gottschling, M Marty, WJ Meyer, FL Coolidge
Aging & mental health 19 (12), 1071-1077, 2015
The prediction of school achievement from a behavior genetic perspective: Results from the German twin study on Cognitive Ability, Self-Reported Motivation, and School …
J Gottschling, M Spengler, B Spinath, FM Spinath
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (4), 381-386, 2012
A systematic narrative review of International Posture: What is known and what still needs to be uncovered
E Botes, J Gottschling, M Stadler, S Greiff
System, 102232, 2020
M Diewald, R Riemann, FM Spinath, J Gottschling, E Hahn, AE Kornadt, ...
GESIS Data Archive, Cologne, ZA6701 Data file Version 1.0, 2016
Zygosity determination in twin studies: A validation of zygosity questionnaires using DNA in the German TwinLife Study
F Lenau, E Hahn, AL Peters, J Gottschling, W Thiel, FM Spinath
Persian version of the Geriatric Anxiety Scale: translation and preliminary psychometric properties among Iranian older adults
M Bolghan-Abadi, DL Segal, FL Coolidge, J Gottschling
Aging & mental health 17 (7), 896-900, 2013
Assessment of anxiety in older adults: translation and psychometric evaluation of the German version of the Geriatric Anxiety Scale (GAS)
J Gottschling, DL Segal, C Häusele, FM Spinath, G Stoll
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 38 (1), 136-148, 2016
Does the heritability of cognitive abilities vary as a function of parental education? Evidence from a German twin sample
M Spengler, J Gottschling, E Hahn, EM Tucker-Drob, C Harzer, ...
PloS one 13 (5), e0196597, 2018
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