The special issue of Psychologische Rundschau which has been published in spring had generated great interest among the German-speaking community. To make them accessible to a broad audience the articles have been translated into English now.
ZPID is committed to the idea of Open Science and sees itself as a public open science institute for psychology. As a research-based scientific support organization, it supports the entire scientific work process from gathering ideas and researching literature to documenting research, archiving data and publishing the results, based on an ideal-type research cycle.
ZPID conducts basic application research in the area of research literacy, research synthesis methods, and big data in psychology.
The English-language papers included in the issue can be found here:
- Editorial: Current research topics at the Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID) (Michael Bosnjak)
- Conditioning Effects in Panel-Studies. Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses for Sensitive Items (Tanja Burgard, Michael Bosnjak und Nadine Wedderhoff)
- Big Data in Radicalization Research. A Systematic Review (Veronika Batzdorfer, Holger Steinmetz und Michael Bosnjak)
- Do Research Interests Differ Between Women and Men in Psychology? An Analysis of PSYNDEX Records over a Period of 50 Years (André Bittermann, Nina Greiner und Andreas Fischer)
- Meta-Analytical Structural Equation Modeling. Potentials and Limitations Illustrated with an Example from Organizational Psychology (Holger Steinmetz, Michael Bosnjak und Rodrigo Isidor)
- Assessment of Study Quality in Psychological Meta-Analyses. A Systematic Review (Nadine Wedderhoff und Michael Bosnjak)
- Does Epistemic Change in Short-Term Interventions Adhere to Processes Outlined in Models of Long-Term Epistemic Development? (Martin Kerwer und Tom Rosman)
- Know Themself! The Role of Adequate vs. Inadequate Self-Assessment of Relevant Skills in the Preference for Health Information (Oliver Wedderhoff, Anita Chasiotis und Tom Rosman)
To see the complete issue (in German), please visit: Link. The English-language articles are to be found under "Elektronische Supplemente".