Sabine Düval on gender role attitudes and work division
Düval, S., 2022: Do men and women really have different gender role attitudes? Experimental insight on gender-specific attitudes toward paid and unpaid work in Germany. Social Science Research. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssresearch.2022.102804
Alexander Tekles, Katrin Auspurg, and Lutz Bornmann on homophily bias in same-gender citations
Tekles, A., K. Auspurg, L. Bornmann, 2022: Same-gender citations do not indicate a substantial gender homophily bias. PLUS ONE. doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0274810.
Katrin Auspurg and Josef Brüderl on the increase of reproducibility and credibility of sociological research
Auspurg, K., J. Brüderl, 2022: How to increase reproducibility and credibility of sociological research. In: K. Gërxhani, N. de Graaf and W. Raub: Handbook of Sociological Science - Contributions to Rigorous Sociology. doi: https://www.elgaronline.com/view/book/9781789909432/9781789909432.xml.
Laila Schmitt and Katrin Auspurg on working hours and the persistence of the Gender Wage Gap in Western Germany 1985 - 2014
Schmitt, L., K. Auspurg, 2022: A Stall Only on the Surface? Working Hours and the Persistence of the Gender Wage Gap in Western Germany 1985–2014. European Sociological Review. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/esr/jcac001.
Fabian Thiel on Support for city road tolls: a question of self-interest?
Thiel, F., 2021: Support for city road tolls: a question of self-interest? In: A. Franzen, S. Mader (eds.): Research Handbook on Environmental Sociology. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. doi: https://doi.org/10.4337/9781800370456.00026
Lutz Bornmann, Christian Ganser, and Alexander Tekles on the h-index
Bornmann, L., C. Ganser, A. Tekles, 2021: Simulation of the h index use at university departments within the bibliometrics-based heuristics framework: Can the indicator be used to compare individual researchers? Journal of Informetrics 16(1). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joi.2021.101237
Lutz Bornmann, Christian Ganser, and Alexander Tekles on anchoring effects in the assessment of scientific articles
Bornmann, L., C. Ganser, A. Tekles, 2021: Anchoring effects in the assessment of papers: The proposal for an empirical survey of citing authors. PLoS ONE 16(9): e0257307. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0257307.
Katrin Auspurg and Josef Brüderl on increasing Reproducibility and Credibility of Sociological Research
Auspurg, K., J. Brüderl, 2021: How to Increase Reproducibility and Credibility of Sociological Research. Handbook of Sociological Science. Contributions to Rigorous Sociology, https://osf.io/tavc5/
Katrin Auspurg and Josef Brüderl on the Credibility of Crowdsourcing-Research
Auspurg, K., J. Brüderl, 2021: Has the Credibility of the Social Sciences Been Credibly Destroyed? Reanalyzing the "Many Analysts, One Data Set" Project. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, doi: 10.1177/23780231211024421