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David Weiss
David Weiss
University of Halle
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“They” are old but “I” feel younger: Age-group dissociation as a self-protective strategy in old age.
D Weiss, FR Lang
Psychology and aging 27 (1), 153, 2012
3922012
Still young at heart: Negative age-related information motivates distancing from same-aged people.
D Weiss, AM Freund
Psychology and Aging 27 (1), 173-180, 2012
1502012
Assessing Cognitive Capacities in Computer-Assisted Survey Research: Two Ultra-Short Tests of Intellectual Ability in the German Socioeconomic Panel (SOEP).
B Lang, F. R., Weiss, D., Stocker, A., & von
Journal of Applied Social Science Studies 127, 183–192., 2007
139*2007
Forecasting Life Satisfaction Across Adulthood: Benefits of Seeing a Dark Future?
FR Lang, D Weiss, D Gerstorf, GG Wagner
Psychology and Aging, 2013
1322013
Thinking about my generation: adaptive effects of a dual age identity in later adulthood.
D Weiss, FR Lang
Psychology and Aging 24 (3), 729, 2009
1142009
On the inevitability of aging: Essentialist beliefs moderate the impact of negative age stereotypes on older adults’ memory performance and physiological reactivity
D Weiss
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 73 (6), 925-933, 2018
952018
When feeling different pays off: how older adults can counteract negative age-related information.
D Weiss, K Sassenberg, AM Freund
Psychology and aging 28 (4), 1140, 2013
932013
Age-Stereotype Internalization and Dissociation: Contradictory Processes or Two Sides of the Same Coin?
David Weiss & Anna E. Kornadt
Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2018
852018
Mastering Developmental Transitions in Young and Middle Adulthood: The Interplay of Openness to Experience and Traditional Gender Ideology on Women's Self-Efficacy and …
D Weiss, AM Freund, BS Wiese
Developmental Psychology, 2012
792012
The end is (not) near: Aging, essentialism, and future time perspective.
D Weiss, V Job, M Mathias, S Grah, AM Freund
Developmental Psychology 52 (6), 996-1009, 2016
672016
The two faces of age identity.
D Weiss, FR Lang
GeroPsych: The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry 25 (1), 5, 2012
662012
Multiple sources of aging attitudes: Perceptions of age groups and generations from adolescence to old age across China, Germany, and the United States
D Weiss, X Zhang
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 51 (6), 407-423, 2020
442020
What will remain when we are gone? Finitude and generation identity in the second half of life.
D Weiss
Psychology and Aging 29 (3), 554-562, 2014
422014
Implications of generational and age metastereotypes for older adults at work: The role of agency, stereotype threat, and job search self-efficacy
D Weiss, EL Perry
Work, Aging and Retirement 6 (1), 15-27, 2020
412020
Why People Feel Younger: Motivational and Social-Cognitive Mechanisms of the Subjective Age Bias and Its Implications for Work and Organizations
D Weiss, M Weiss
Work, Aging, and Retirement, 2019
372019
The interplay of subjective social status and essentialist beliefs about cognitive aging on cortisol reactivity to challenge in older adults
D Weiss, M Weiss
Psychophysiology 53 (8), 1256-1262, 2016
372016
High-quality relationships strengthen the benefits of a younger subjective age across adulthood.
KS Zee, D Weiss
Psychology and aging 34 (3), 374, 2019
322019
In the eye of the beholder: Can counter-stereotypes change perceptions of older adults’ social status?
DA Robertson, D Weiss
Psychology and Aging 32 (6), 531, 2017
272017
A limit of the subjective age bias: Feeling younger to a certain degree, but no more, is beneficial for life satisfaction.
M Blöchl, S Nestler, D Weiss
Psychology and Aging 36 (3), 360, 2021
262021
Is age more than a number? The role of openness and (non) essentialist beliefs about aging for how young or old people feel.
D Weiss, AK Reitz, Y Stephan
Psychology and Aging 34 (5), 729, 2019
262019
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