Clemens M. Lechner
Clemens M. Lechner
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Parents' death and adult well‐being: Gender, age, and adaptation to filial bereavement
T Leopold, CM Lechner
Journal of Marriage and Family 77 (3), 747-760, 2015
342015
Exploring the stress-buffering effects of religiousness in relation to social and economic change: Evidence from Poland.
CM Lechner, MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen, J Wasilewski
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 5 (3), 145, 2013
282013
The development of work values during the transition to adulthood: A two-country study
CM Lechner, FM Sortheix, R Göllner, K Salmela-Aro
Journal of Vocational Behavior 99, 52-65, 2017
272017
Preparing for uncertain careers: How youth deal with growing occupational uncertainties before the education-to-work transition
CM Lechner, MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 95, 90-101, 2016
222016
What drives future business leaders? How work values and gender shape young adults' entrepreneurial and leadership aspirations
CM Lechner, FM Sortheix, M Obschonka, K Salmela-Aro
Journal of Vocational Behavior 107, 57-70, 2018
202018
Relationships between personality and cognitive ability: A facet-level analysis
B Rammstedt, CM Lechner, D Danner
Journal of Intelligence 6 (2), 28, 2018
192018
Personality, competencies, and life outcomes: results from the German PIAAC longitudinal study
B Rammstedt, D Danner, C Lechner
Large-scale assessments in education 5 (1), 2, 2017
192017
Integrating geographic information into survey research: Current applications, challenges and future avenues
M Bluemke, B Resch, C Lechner, R Westerholt, JP Kolb
Survey Research Methods 11 (3), 307-327, 2017
182017
How is personality related to intelligence and achievement? A replication and extension of Borghans et al. and Salkever
C Lechner, D Danner, B Rammstedt
Personality and Individual Differences 111, 86-91, 2017
182017
Religious attendance buffers the impact of unemployment on life satisfaction: Longitudinal evidence from Germany
CM Lechner, T Leopold
Journal for the scientific study of religion 54 (1), 166-174, 2015
182015
Cognitive ability, acquiescence, and the structure of personality in a sample of older adults.
CM Lechner, B Rammstedt
Psychological assessment 27 (4), 1301, 2015
172015
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
152015
Negotiating demands of social change in young and middle-aged adults from Poland.
MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen, CM Lechner, J Wasilewski
International Journal of Stress Management 20 (3), 222, 2013
152013
Changes in young Europeans’ values during the global financial crisis
FM Sortheix, PD Parker, CM Lechner, SH Schwartz
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (1), 15-25, 2019
122019
Das Big Five Inventar 2
D Danner, B Rammstedt, M Bluemke, C Lechner, S Berres, T Knopf, ...
Diagnostica, 2019
92019
Who reaps the benefits of social change? Exploration and its socioecological boundaries
CM Lechner, M Obschonka, RK Silbereisen
Journal of personality 85 (2), 257-269, 2017
92017
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
92012
Do immigrants suffer more from job loss? Unemployment and subjective well-being in Germany
L Leopold, T Leopold, CM Lechner
Demography 54 (1), 231-257, 2017
72017
Getting going and letting go: Religiosity fosters opportunity‐congruent coping with work‐related uncertainties
CM Lechner, RK Silbereisen, MJ Tomasik, J Wasilewski
International Journal of Psychology 50 (3), 205-214, 2015
72015
Neue Impulse für die Sozialisationsforschung aus der Entwicklungspsychologie
CM Lechner, RK Silbereisen
Zeitschrift für Soziologie der Erziehung und Sozialisation 35 (2), 139-154, 2015
72015
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