Olga Stavrova
TitleCited byYear
Why are religious people happy? The effect of the social norm of religiosity across countries
O Stavrova, D Fetchenhauer, T Schlösser
Social Science Research 42 (1), 90-105, 2013
1492013
Are the unemployed equally unhappy all around the world? The role of the social norms to work and welfare state provision in 28 OECD countries
O Stavrova, T Schlösser, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Economic Psychology 32 (1), 159-171, 2011
742011
Religious Prosociality and Morality Across Cultures How Social Enforcement of Religion Shapes the Effects of Personal Religiosity on Prosocial and Moral Attitudes and Behaviors
O Stavrova, P Siegers
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167213510951, 2014
652014
Social connectedness as a source and consequence of meaning in life
O Stavrova, M Luhmann
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2016
482016
A longitudinal analysis of romantic relationship formation: The effect of prosocial behavior
O Stavrova, D Ehlebracht
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2015
472015
Modification of a school programme in the Deutsches Museum to enhance students’ attitudes and understanding
O Stavrova, D Urhahne
International Journal of Science Education 32 (17), 2291-2310, 2010
422010
Cohabitation, gender, and happiness: A cross-cultural study in thirty countries
O Stavrova, D Fetchenhauer, T Schlösser
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 0022022111419030, 2012
382012
Cynical Beliefs about Human Nature and Income: Longitudinal and Cross-Cultural Analyses
O Stavrova, D Ehlebracht
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2016
362016
Religion, self-rated health and mortality: Whether religiosity delays death depends on the cultural context
O Stavrova
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2015
342015
When and why is helping others good for well - being? The role of belief in reciprocity and conformity to society’s expectations
C Oarga, O Stavrova, D Fetchenhauer
European Journal of Social Psychology, 2015
322015
Are virtuous people happy all around the world? Civic virtue, antisocial punishment, and subjective well-being across cultures
O Stavrova, T Schlösser, D Fetchenhauer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (7), 927-942, 2013
292013
Single parents, unhappy parents? Parenthood, partnership and the cultural normative context
O Stavrova, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 2015
272015
Life Satisfaction and Job‐Seeking Behavior of the Unemployed: The Effect of Individual Differences in Justice Sensitivity
O Stavrova, T Schlösser, A Baumert
Applied Psychology 63 (4), 643-670, 2014
192014
Solidarity and social justice: Effect of individual differences in justice sensitivity on solidarity behavior
O Stavrova, T Schlösser
European Journal of Personality, 2015
162015
Married and cohabiting parents’ well-being: The effects of a cultural normative context across countries
O Stavrova, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 2015
152015
Belief in scientific-technological progress and life satisfaction: the role of personal control
O Stavrova, D Ehlebracht, D Fetchenhauer
Personality and Individual Differences, 2016
142016
Are conservatives happier than liberals? Not always and not everywhere
O Stavrova, M Luhmann
Journal of Research in Personality 63, 29-35, 2016
112016
Contamination without contact: An examination of intention-based contagion
O Stavrova, GE Newman, A Kulemann, D Fetchenhauer
Judgment and decision making 11 (6), 2016
112016
Fitting in and getting happy: How conformity to societal norms affects subjective well-being
O Stavrova
Campus Verlag, 2014
102014
Single Parenthood
O Stavrova
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development, 2018
7*2018
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