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Martin J. Tomasik
Martin J. Tomasik
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Longitudinal findings on aging-related cognitions, control beliefs, and health in later life
S Wurm, C Tesch-Römer, MJ Tomasik
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2007
3332007
Gender differences in subjective well-being: Comparing societies with respect to gender equality
C Tesch-Römer, A Motel-Klingebiel, MJ Tomasik
Social Indicators Research 85 (2), 329-349, 2008
3252008
Get an apprenticeship before school is out: How German adolescents adjust vocational aspirations when getting close to a developmental deadline
J Heckhausen, MJ Tomasik
Journal of Vocational Behavior 60 (2), 199-219, 2002
3132002
On the importance of a positive view on ageing for physical exercise among middle-aged and older adults: Cross-sectional and longitudinal findings
S Wurm, MJ Tomasik, C Tesch-Römer
Psychology and Health 25 (1), 25-42, 2010
2422010
Educational gains of in‐person vs. distance learning in primary and secondary schools: A natural experiment during the COVID‐19 pandemic school closures in Switzerland
MJ Tomasik, LA Helbling, U Moser
International Journal of Psychology 56 (4), 566-576, 2021
1652021
Serious health events and their impact on changes in subjective health and life satisfaction: The role of age and a positive view on ageing
S Wurm, MJ Tomasik, C Tesch-Römer
European Journal of Ageing 5 (2), 117-127, 2008
1502008
Is it adaptive to disengage from demands of social change? Adjustment to developmental barriers in opportunity-deprived regions
MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen, J Heckhausen
Motivation and emotion 34 (4), 384-398, 2010
892010
Adaptive adjustment of vocational aspirations among German youths during the transition from school to work
MJ Tomasik, S Hardy, CM Haase, J Heckhausen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 74 (1), 38-46, 2009
872009
Demands of social change as a function of the political context, institutional filters, and psychosocial resources
MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen
Social Indicators Research 94 (1), 13-28, 2009
832009
Preparing for uncertain careers: How youth deal with growing occupational uncertainties before the education-to-work transition
CM Lechner, MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 95, 90-101, 2016
502016
Psychosocial resources and coping with social change
RK Silbereisen, M Pinquart, M Reitzle, MJ Tomasik, K Fabel, S Grümer
472006
Demands of social change and psychosocial adjustment: Results from the Jena study
RK Silbereisen, M Pinquart, MJ Tomasik, X Chen
Sage, 2010
442010
Exploring the stress-buffering effects of religiousness in relation to social and economic change: Evidence from Poland.
CM Lechner, MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen, J Wasilewski
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 5 (3), 145, 2013
392013
Individuals negotiating demands of social and economic change: A control-theoretical approach.
MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen, M Pinquart
European Psychologist 15 (4), 246, 2010
392010
Knowing when to let go at the entrance to university: Beneficial effects of compensatory secondary control after failure
MJ Tomasik, K Salmela-Aro
Motivation and Emotion 36 (2), 170-179, 2012
362012
Beneficial effects of disengagement from futile struggles with occupational planning: A contextualist-motivational approach.
MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen
Developmental Psychology 48 (6), 1785, 2012
352012
On the development of a computer-based tool for formative student assessment: Epistemological, methodological, and practical issues
MJ Tomasik, S Berger, U Moser
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2245, 2018
332018
Premature behavioral autonomy: Correlates in late adolescence and young adulthood.
CM Haase, MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen
European Psychologist 13 (4), 255, 2008
322008
Life choices well made: How selective control strategies relate to career and partner decision processes
I Schindler, MJ Tomasik
Motivation and Emotion 34 (2), 168-183, 2010
302010
Social change and adolescent developmental tasks: The case of postcommunist Europe
MJ Tomasik, RK Silbereisen
Child Development Perspectives 6 (4), 326-334, 2012
272012
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