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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
942018
The German Big Five Inventory 2: Measuring Five Personality Domains and 15 Facets
D Danner, B Rammstedt, M Bluemke, C Lechner, S Berres, T Knopf, ...
Diagnostica 65 (3), 121-132, 2019
81*2019
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
712019
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
672015
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
632017
Relationships between personality and cognitive ability: A facet-level analysis
B Rammstedt, CM Lechner, D Danner
Journal of Intelligence 6 (2), 28, 2018
592018
Personality, cognitive ability, and academic performance: Differential associations across school subjects and school tracks
ND Brandt, CM Lechner, J Tetzner, B Rammstedt
Journal of personality 88 (2), 249-265, 2020
572020
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
542017
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
492016
Measuring cultural capital through the number of books in the household
S Sieben, CM Lechner
Measurement Instruments for the Social Sciences 1 (1), 1-6, 2019
462019
Cognitive ability, acquiescence, and the structure of personality in a sample of older adults.
CM Lechner, B Rammstedt
Psychological assessment 27 (4), 1301, 2015
402015
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
392013
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), 1-19, 2017
372017
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
352015
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
312017
Grit (effortful persistence) can be measured with a short scale, shows little variation across socio-demographic subgroups, and is associated with career success and career …
CM Lechner, D Danner, B Rammstedt
Plos One 14 (11), e0224814, 2019
302019
New wine in an old bottle? A facet-level perspective on the added value of Grit over BFI–2 Conscientiousness
FTC Schmidt, CM Lechner, D Danner
PloS One 15 (2), e0228969, 2020
282020
A cross-national perspective on the associations of grit with career success
D Danner, CM Lechner, B Rammstedt
Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 2019
282019
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
282015
Socio-emotional skills in education and beyond: recent evidence and future research avenues
CM Lechner, S Anger, B Rammstedt
Research handbook on the sociology of education, 2019
252019
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