Frank M. Spinath
Frank M. Spinath
Professor of Individual Differences Psychology, Saarland University
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Intelligence and school grades: A meta-analysis
B Roth, N Becker, S Romeyke, S Schäfer, F Domnick, FM Spinath
Intelligence 53, 118-137, 2015
Predicting school achievement from general cognitive ability, self-perceived ability, and intrinsic value
B Spinath, FM Spinath, N Harlaar, R Plomin
Intelligence 34 (4), 363-374, 2006
Thin slices of behavior as cues of personality and intelligence.
P Borkenau, N Mauer, R Riemann, FM Spinath, A Angleitner
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (4), 599, 2004
Intelligence: genetics, genes, and genomics.
R Plomin, FM Spinath
Journal of personality and social psychology 86 (1), 112, 2004
The Rainbow Project: Enhancing the SAT through assessments of analytical, practical, and creative skills
RJ Sternberg, Rainbow Project Collaborators
Intelligence 34 (4), 321-350, 2006
Is the genetic structure of human personality universal? A cross-cultural twin study from North America, Europe, and Asia.
S Yamagata, A Suzuki, J Ando, Y Ono, N Kijima, K Yoshimura, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (6), 987, 2006
Twins early development study (TEDS): a multivariate, longitudinal genetic investigation of language, cognition and behavior problems in childhood
A Trouton, FM Spinath, R Plomin
Twin Research and Human Genetics 5 (5), 444-448, 2002
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
Genetics of intelligence
IJ Deary, FM Spinath, TC Bates
European Journal of Human Genetics 14 (6), 690-700, 2006
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
Patterns and sources of adult personality development: growth curve analyses of the NEO PI-R scales in a longitudinal twin study.
W Bleidorn, C Kandler, R Riemann, A Angleitner, FM Spinath
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (1), 142, 2009
Longitudinal analysis of the link between learning motivation and competence beliefs among elementary school children
B Spinath, FM Spinath
Learning and instruction 15 (2), 87-102, 2005
Genetic influences on early word recognition abilities and disabilities: A study of 7‐year‐old twins
N Harlaar, FM Spinath, PS Dale, R Plomin
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 46 (4), 373-384, 2005
Genetics and general cognitive ability (g)
R Plomin, FM Spinath
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 6 (4), 169-176, 2002
Genetic and environmental influences on observed personality: evidence from the German Observational Study of Adult Twins.
P Borkenau, R Riemann, A Angleitner, FM Spinath
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 80 (4), 655, 2001
The nature of creativity: The roles of genetic factors, personality traits, cognitive abilities, and environmental sources.
C Kandler, R Riemann, A Angleitner, FM Spinath, P Borkenau, L Penke
Journal of personality and social psychology 111 (2), 230, 2016
Sources of cumulative continuity in personality: a longitudinal multiple-rater twin study.
C Kandler, W Bleidorn, R Riemann, FM Spinath, W Thiel, A Angleitner
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (6), 995, 2010
The serotonin transporter gene and peer-rated neuroticism
D Ball, L Hill, B Freeman, TC Eley, J Strelau, R Riemann, FM Spinath, ...
Neuroreport 8 (5), 1301-1304, 1997
Life events as environmental states and genetic traits and the role of personality: A longitudinal twin study
C Kandler, W Bleidorn, R Riemann, A Angleitner, FM Spinath
Behavior genetics 42, 57-72, 2012
Behavioral genetics of the higher-order factors of the Big Five
KL Jang, WJ Livesley, J Ando, S Yamagata, A Suzuki, A Angleitner, ...
Personality and individual Differences 41 (2), 261-272, 2006
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