Ingrid Schoon
Ingrid Schoon
Prof. of Human Development and Social Policy, Institute of Education, University of London
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ioe.ac.uk
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Risk and resilience: Adaptations in changing times
I Schoon
Cambridge University Press, 2006
8552006
Teenage aspirations for future careers and occupational outcomes
I Schoon, S Parsons
Journal of Vocational Behavior 60 (2), 262-288, 2002
5422002
The impact of non-cognitive skills on outcomes for young people
LM Gutman, I Schoon
Education Endowment Foundation 59 (22.2), 2019, 2013
3602013
Career success: The role of teenage career aspirations, ambition value and gender in predicting adult social status and earnings
JS Ashby, I Schoon
Journal of Vocational Behavior 77 (3), 350-360, 2010
2732010
Risk and resilience in the life course: Implications for interventions and social policies
I Schoon, J Bynner
Journal of youth studies 6 (1), 21-31, 2003
2732003
Teenage job aspirations and career attainment in adulthood: A 17-year follow-up study of teenagers who aspired to become scientists, health professionals, or engineers
I Schoon
International Journal of Behavioral Development 25 (2), 124-132, 2001
2622001
Modeling developmental language difficulties from school entry into adulthood: Literacy, mental health, and employment outcomes
J Law, R Rush, I Schoon, S Parsons
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2009
2502009
Social inequality in educational achievement and psychosocial adjustment throughout childhood: magnitude and mechanisms
A Sacker, I Schoon, M Bartley
Social science & medicine 55 (5), 863-880, 2002
2452002
The influence of context, timing, and duration of risk experiences for the passage from childhood to midadulthood
I Schoon, J Bynner, H Joshi, S Parsons, RD Wiggins, A Sacker
Child development 73 (5), 1486-1504, 2002
2442002
Career transitions in times of social change. His and her story
I Schoon, P Martin, A Ross
Journal of vocational behavior 70 (1), 78-96, 2007
2182007
Socioeconomic adversity, educational resilience, and subsequent levels of adult adaptation
I Schoon, S Parsons, A Sacker
Journal of Adolescent Research 19 (4), 383-404, 2004
1972004
Who becomes an entrepreneur? Early life experiences as predictors of entrepreneurship.
I Schoon, K Duckworth
Developmental psychology 48 (6), 1719, 2012
1822012
Teenage career aspirations and adult career attainment: The role of gender, social background and general cognitive ability
I Schoon, E Polek
International Journal of Behavioral Development 35 (3), 210-217, 2011
1742011
Social status, cognitive ability, and educational attainment as predictors of liberal social attitudes and political trust
I Schoon, H Cheng, CR Gale, GD Batty, IJ Deary
Intelligence 38 (1), 144-150, 2010
1692010
Achievement, agency, gender, and socioeconomic background as predictors of postschool choices: A multicontext study.
PD Parker, I Schoon, YM Tsai, G Nagy, U Trautwein, JS Eccles
Developmental psychology 48 (6), 1629, 2012
1522012
Transitions from school to work: Globalization, individualization, and patterns of diversity
I Schoon, RK Silbereisen
Cambridge University Press, 2009
1432009
Mental ability across childhood in relation to risk factors for premature mortality in adult life: the 1970 British Cohort Study
GD Batty, IJ Deary, I Schoon, CR Gale
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 61 (11), 997-1003, 2007
1432007
Childhood mental ability in relation to food intake and physical activity in adulthood: the 1970 British Cohort Study
GD Batty, IJ Deary, I Schoon, CR Gale
Pediatrics 119 (1), e38-e45, 2007
1372007
Childhood language skills and adult literacy: a 29-year follow-up study
I Schoon, S Parsons, R Rush, J Law
Pediatrics 125 (3), e459-e466, 2010
132*2010
Family hardship, family instability, and cognitive development
I Schoon, E Jones, H Cheng, B Maughan
J Epidemiol Community Health 66 (8), 716-722, 2012
1312012
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