Marion Spengler
Marion Spengler
Medical School Berlin
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Parental involvement and general cognitive ability as predictors of domain-specific academic achievement in early adolescence
J Karbach, J Gottschling, M Spengler, K Hegewald, FM Spinath
Learning and Instruction 23, 43-51, 2013
Sixteen going on sixty-six: A longitudinal study of personality stability and change across 50 years.
RI Damian, M Spengler, A Sutu, BW Roberts
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 117 (3), 674, 2019
How you behave in school predicts life success above and beyond family background, broad traits, and cognitive ability.
M Spengler, RI Damian, BW Roberts
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (4), 620, 2018
Student characteristics and behaviors at age 12 predict occupational success 40 years later over and above childhood IQ and parental socioeconomic status.
M Spengler, M Brunner, RI Damian, O Lüdtke, R Martin, BW Roberts
Developmental psychology 51 (9), 1329, 2015
Personality is related to educational outcomes in late adolescence: Evidence from two large-scale achievement studies
M Spengler, O Lüdtke, R Martin, M Brunner
Journal of Research in Personality 47 (5), 613-625, 2013
Who benefits the most? Individual differences in the transfer of executive control training across the lifespan
J Karbach, T Könen, M Spengler
Journal of Cognitive Enhancement 1, 394-405, 2017
Is doing your homework associated with becoming more conscientious?
R Göllner, RI Damian, N Rose, M Spengler, U Trautwein, B Nagengast, ...
Journal of Research in Personality 71, 1-12, 2017
The Relation of Personality and Intelligence—What Can the Brunswik Symmetry Principle Tell Us?
A Kretzschmar, M Spengler, AL Schubert, R Steinmayr, M Ziegler
Journal of Intelligence 6 (3), 30, 2018
What Drives the Development of Social Inequality Over the Life Course? The German TwinLife Study
E Hahn, J Gottschling, W Bleidorn, C Kandler, M Spengler, AE Kornadt, ...
Twin Research and Human Genetics 19 (6), 659-672, 2016
The role of personality in predicting (change in) students’ academic success across four years of secondary school.
M Spengler, M Brunner, R Martin, O Lüdtke
European Journal of Psychological Assessment 32 (1), 95, 2016
Sex differences in secondary school achievement–The contribution of self-perceived abilities and fear of failure
FS Wach, M Spengler, J Gottschling, FM Spinath
Learning and Instruction 36, 104-112, 2015
Stability and change in intelligence from age 12 to age 52: Results from the Luxembourg MAGRIP study.
D Schalke, M Brunner, C Geiser, F Preckel, U Keller, M Spengler, ...
Developmental psychology 49 (8), 1529, 2013
Personality in childhood–A longitudinal behavior genetic approach
M Spengler, J Gottschling, FM Spinath
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (4), 411-416, 2012
Social Cognitive Constructs Are Just as Stable as the Big Five Between Grades 5 and 8
S Rieger, R Göllner, M Spengler, U Trautwein, B Nagengast, BW Roberts
AERA Open 3 (3), 2332858417717691, 2017
Big Five Personality Traits Predict Successful Transitions From School to Vocational Education and Training: A Large-Scale Study
D Nießen, D Danner, M Spengler, CM Lechner
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1827, 2020
RIASEC interests and the Big Five personality traits matter for life success—But do they already matter for educational track choices?
N Usslepp, N Hübner, G Stoll, M Spengler, U Trautwein, B Nagengast
Journal of personality 88 (5), 1007-1024, 2020
School or Work? The Choice May Change Your Personality
J Golle, N Rose, R Göllner, M Spengler, G Stoll, N Hübner, S Rieger, ...
Psychological science 30 (1), 32-42, 2019
The Development of Narcissistic Admiration and Machiavellianism in Early Adulthood.
MP Grosz, R Göllner, N Rose, M Spengler, U Trautwein, JF Rauthmann, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology, 2017
The prediction of school achievement from a behavior genetic perspective: Results from the German twin study on Cognitive Ability, Self-Reported Motivation, and School …
J Gottschling, M Spengler, B Spinath, FM Spinath
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (4), 381-386, 2012
When academic achievement (also) reflects personality: Using the personality-achievement saturation hypothesis (PASH) to explain differential associations between achievement …
N Hübner, M Spengler, B Nagengast, L Borghans, T Schils, U Trautwein
Journal of Educational Psychology 114 (2), 326, 2022
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