Jan Cieciuch
Jan Cieciuch
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Refining the theory of basic individual values.
SH Schwartz, J Cieciuch, M Vecchione, E Davidov, R Fischer, C Beierlein, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 103 (4), 663-688, 2012
16812012
Measurement equivalence in cross-national research
E Davidov, B Meuleman, J Cieciuch, P Schmidt, J Billiet
Annual Review of Sociology 40, 55-75, 2014
4282014
The how and what of identity formation: Associations between identity styles and value orientations
MD Berzonsky, J Cieciuch, B Duriez, B Soenens
Personality and Individual Differences 50 (2), 295-299, 2011
1882011
The number of distinct basic values and their structure assessed by PVQ–40
J Cieciuch, SH Schwartz
Journal of Personality Assessment 94 (3), 321-328, 2012
1612012
Basic personal values underlie and give coherence to political values: A cross-national study in 15 countries
SH Schwartz, GV Caprara, M Vecchione, P Bain, G Bianchi, MG Caprara, ...
Political Behavior 36 (4), 899-930, 2014
1242014
The polish adaptation of the mental health continuum-short form (MHC-SF)
D Karaś, J Cieciuch, CLM Keyes
Personality and Individual Differences 69, 104-109, 2014
1132014
Desired emotions across cultures: A value-based account.
M Tamir, SH Schwartz, J Cieciuch, M Riediger, C Torres, C Scollon, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111 (1), 67, 2016
1072016
Kształtowanie się systemu wartości od dzieciństwa do wczesnej dorosłości
J Cieciuch
Liberi Libri www.liberilibri.pl, 2013
1072013
Personal values in human life
L Sagiv, S Roccas, J Cieciuch, SH Schwartz
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (9), 630-639, 2017
1002017
The cross-national invariance properties of a new scale to measure 19 basic human values a test across eight countries
J Cieciuch, E Davidov, M Vecchione, C Beierlein, SH Schwartz
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 45 (5), 764-779, 2014
962014
Applying the refined values theory to past data: What can researchers gain?
J Cieciuch, SH Schwartz, M Vecchione
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 44 (8), 1215-1234, 2013
902013
Personal values and political activism: A cross‐national study
M Vecchione, SH Schwartz, GV Caprara, H Schoen, J Cieciuch, ...
British journal of psychology 106 (1), 84-106, 2015
892015
Cross‐cultural evidence of value structures and priorities in childhood
AK Döring, SH Schwartz, J Cieciuch, PJF Groenen, V Glatzel, ...
British Journal of Psychology 106 (4), 675-699, 2015
862015
A comparison of the invariance properties of the PVQ-40 and the PVQ-21 to measure human values across German and Polish samples
J Cieciuch, E Davidov
Survey Research Methods 6 (1), 37-48, 2012
852012
The comparability of measurements of attitudes toward immigration in the European Social Survey: Exact versus approximate measurement equivalence
E Davidov, J Cieciuch, B Meuleman, P Schmidt, R Algesheimer, ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (S1), 244-266, 2015
782015
The circumplex of personality metatraits: A synthesizing model of personality based on the big five.
W Strus, J Cieciuch, T Rowiński
Review of General Psychology 18 (4), 273-286, 2014
752014
A hierarchical structure of basic human values in a third-order confirmatory factor analysis
J Cieciuch, E Davidov, M Vecchione, SH Schwartz
Swiss Journal of Psychology 73 (3), 177-182, 2014
742014
Personality correlates of party preference: The Big Five in five big European countries
M Vecchione, H Schoen, JLG Castro, J Cieciuch, V Pavlopoulos, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 51 (6), 737-742, 2011
702011
Comparing results of an exact versus an approximate (Bayesian) measurement invariance test: a cross-country illustration with a new scale to measure 19 human values
J Cieciuch, E Davidov, P Schmidt, R Algesheimer, SH Schwartz
Frontiers in Psychology 5 (982), 1-10, 2014
67*2014
Relationships between identity and well-being in Italian, Polish, and Romanian emerging adults
D Karaś, J Cieciuch, O Negru, E Crocetti
Social Indicators Research 121 (3), 727-743, 2015
662015
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