New Publication on Gender Differences in Selection and Influence Effects in Academic Achievement

Our article “Selection and influence processes in academic achievement—More pronounced for girls?” is now available at Social Networks. Click here to read the paper, which is co-authored by David Kretschmer and Sebastian Pink.

In short, in line with theoretical arguments, we find selection effects on academic achievement only among girls. By contrast, influence effects contribute to achievement similarity among both boys and girls.

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