Maria K. Pavlova
Maria K. Pavlova
Professor of Psychological Gerontology, University of Vechta, Germany
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Participation in voluntary organizations and volunteer work as a compensation for the absence of work or partnership? Evidence from two German samples of younger and older adults
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2012
Dispositional Optimism Fosters Opportunity‐Congruent Coping With Occupational Uncertainty
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
Journal of personality 81 (1), 76-86, 2013
Coping with occupational uncertainty and formal volunteering across the life span
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 85 (1), 93-105, 2014
Age, cumulative (dis) advantage, and subjective well-being in employed and unemployed Germans: A moderated mediation model.
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
Journal of occupational health psychology 17 (1), 93, 2012
Supportive Social Contexts and Intentions for Civic and Political Participation: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 25 (5), 432-446, 2015
Perceived level and appraisal of the growing expectations for active ageing among the young-old in Germany
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
Research on Aging 34 (1), 80-99, 2012
Social participation in Poland: Links to emotional well-being and risky alcohol consumption
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen, K Sijko
Social Indicators Research 117 (1), 29-44, 2014
Relations between different aspects of psychological development in adolescence
MK Pavlova
Goal engagement in coping with occupational uncertainty predicts favorable career-related outcomes
A Körner, CM Lechner, MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 88, 174-184, 2015
Early, on-time, and late behavioural autonomy in adolescence: Psychosocial correlates in young and middle adulthood
MK Pavlova, CM Haase, RK Silbereisen
Journal of adolescence 34 (2), 361-370, 2011
Changing contexts of youth development: An overview of recent social trends and a psychological model
MJ Tomasik, MK Pavlova, CM Lechner, A Blumenthal, A Körner
New directions for youth development 2012 (135), 27-38, 2012
Warm and Supportive Parenting Can Discourage Offspring’s Civic Engagement in the Transition to Adulthood
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen, M Ranta, K Salmela-Aro
Journal of youth and adolescence 45 (11), 2197-2217, 2016
Diverse Routes to Civic Participation Across Ages and Cultures: An Introduction
PJ Ballard, MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen, W Damon
Research in Human Development 12 (1-2), 1-9, 2015
Social comparison in coping with occupational uncertainty: Self‐improvement, self‐enhancement, and the regional context
MK Pavlova, CM Lechner, RK Silbereisen
Journal of personality 86 (2), 320-333, 2018
MI Lisina's Psychological Theory and Contemporary Psychology: An Interplay of Ideas
LF Obukhova, MK Pavlova
Cultural-Historical Psychology 2009 (2), 119-125, 2010
Perceived Expectations for Active Aging, Formal Productive Roles, and Psychological Adjustment Among the Young-Old
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
Research on aging 38 (1), 26-50, 2016
Perceived social support, perceived community functioning, and civic participation across the life span: Evidence from the former East Germany
MK Pavlova, A Körner, RK Silbereisen
Research in Human Development 12 (1-2), 100-117, 2015
Unpacking the link between family socioeconomic status and civic engagement during the transition to adulthood: Do work values play a role?
CM Lechner, MK Pavlova, FM Sortheix, RK Silbereisen, K Salmela-Aro
Applied Developmental Science 22 (4), 270-283, 2018
Leisure activities choices among adolescents
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd …, 2015
Factual Versus Potential Civic Participation in a Post-Communist Region: A Typological Approach
MK Pavlova, RK Silbereisen
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 26 …, 2015
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