Ulrich Schimmack

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Area:
Personality Psychology, Social Psychology
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Oishi S, Kushlev K, Schimmack U. (2018) Progressive Taxation, Income Inequality, and Happiness. The American Psychologist
Kim H, Schimmack U, Oishi S, et al. (2017) Extraversion and life satisfaction: A cross-cultural examination of student and nationally representative samples. Journal of Personality
Martel MM, Schimmack U, Nigg JT. (2017) Future Directions for Work on Refinement of ADHD Assessment in Young Adults. Assessment. 1073191116687392
Martel MM, Nigg JT, Schimmack U. (2016) Psychometrically Informed Approach to Integration of Multiple Informant Ratings in Adult ADHD in a Community-Recruited Sample. Assessment
Kim H, Schimmack U, Cheng C, et al. (2016) The Role of Positive Self-Evaluation on Cross-Cultural Differences in Well-Being Cross-Cultural Research. 50: 85-99
Anusic I, Schimmack U. (2015) Stability and Change of Personality Traits, Self-Esteem, and Well-Being: Introducing the Meta-Analytic Stability and Change Model of Retest Correlations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Martel MM, Schimmack U, Nikolas M, et al. (2015) Integration of Symptom Ratings From Multiple Informants in ADHD Diagnosis: A Psychometric Model With Clinical Utility. Psychological Assessment
Muise A, Schimmack U, Impett EA. (2015) Sexual Frequency Predicts Greater Well-Being, But More is Not Always Better Social Psychological and Personality Science. 7: 295-302
Zou C, Schimmack U, Gere J. (2013) The validity of well-being measures: a multiple-indicator-multiple-rater model. Psychological Assessment. 25: 1247-54
Gere J, Schimmack U. (2013) When Romantic Partners' Goals Conflict: Effects on Relationship Quality and Subjective Well-Being Journal of Happiness Studies. 14: 37-49
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