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Daniel Schulze

Foto Daniel Schulze

Researcher

Address
Room KL23/222f
  • 2007-2013: Studies of psychology at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • 2013: Diploma (M.Sc. equivalent, Topic: Are conspiracy theories a case for clinical psychology?)
  • Since 2013: PhD project at the HU Berlin (Topic: Diagnosis and measurement instruments for obsessive-compulsive disorder)
  • Since 2017: Research assistant at the FU Berlin focusing on measurement invariance and differential item functioning
  • Measurement theory (factor analysis, IRT models, latent class models, factor mixture models)
  • Measurement invariance
  • Application of Bayesian statistics in the field of psychology

Journal articles

  • Schulze, D., & Pohl, S. (in press). Finding clusters of measurement invariant items for continuous covariates. Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal.

  • Pohl, S., & Schulze, D. (in press). Assessing group comparisons or change over time under measurement non-invariance: The cluster approach for nonuniform DIF.

  • Schulze, D., Heinitz, K., & Lorenz, T. (2018). Comparative organizational research starts with sound measurement: Validity and invariance of Turker’s corporate social responsibility scale in five cross-cultural samples. PloS ONE, 13(11), e0207331.
  • Heinitz, K., Lorenz, T., Schulze, D., & Schorlemmer, J. (2018). Positive organizational behavior: Longitudinal effects on subjective well-being. PloS ONE, 13(6): e0198588.
  • Schulze, D., Kathmann, N., & Reuter, B. (2018). Getting it just right: A reevaluation of OCD symptom dimensions integrating traditional and Bayesian approaches. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 56, 63-73.
  • Lorenz, T., Krückels, S., Schulze, D., & Heinitz, K. (2016). Bringt es der Storch? Der Einfluss von Resilienz und Bedeutung der Arbeit auf das Wohlbefinden von Hebammen [Is it delivered by the stork? The impact of resilience and meaning of work on the wellbeing of midwives]. Praxis Klinische Verhaltensmedizin und Rehabilitation, 98(2), 90-101.
  • Torbet, G., Schulze, D., Fiedler, A., & Reuter, B. (2015). Assessment of self-disorders in a non-clinical population: Reliability and association with schizotypy. Psychiatry research, 228(3), 857-865.


 Conferences

  • Schulze, D. (2019). Using mixtures of factor analyzers in psychometrics. Presentation held at the 14th meeting of the section of methods and evaluation of the German Psychological Society, Kiel, Germany.
  • Schulze, D., Pohl, S. (2019). The cluster approach in DIF analysis: An extension to continuous DIF variables. Presentation held at the 14th meeting of the section of methods and evaluation of the German Psychological Society, Kiel, Germany.
  • Schulze, D., Stets, E., Pohl, S. (2018). Evaluating the cluster approach of differential item pair functioning in DIF analysis. Presentation held at the annual meeting of the NCME, New York, NY.
  • Schulze, D., Stets, E., Pohl, S. (2017). Advances in DIF analysis: Evaluating the cluster approach of differential item pair functioning. Presentation held at the 13th meeting of the section of methods and evaluation of the German Psychological society, Tübingen, Germany.
  • Schulze, D., Kathmann, N., Reuter, B. (2016). Bayesianische Statistik in der klinischen Psychologie: Ein Beitrag zu Symptomdimensionen der Zwangsstörung [Bayesian statistics in clinical psychology: A contribution to finding symptom dimensions of obsessive-compulsive disorder]. Presentation held at the 50th Congress of the German psychological society, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Heinitz K., Lorenz T., Schorlemmer J., Schulze D., Krückels S. (2016). Wege zum Wohlbefinden – Die Bedeutung von Optimismus, Selbstwirksamkeit und Zielanpassung für subjektives Wohlbefinden [Routes to wellbeing – the importance of optimism, self-efficacy and goal adjustment for subjective wellbeing]. Presentation held at the 50th Congress of the German psychological society, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Lorenz, T., Krückels, S., Schulze, D., & Heinitz, K. (2016). Well-being and labor: Do resilience and meaning of work buffer the job demands of midwives? Poster presented at the 12th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Athens, Greece.
  • Lorenz, T., Krückels, S., Schulze, D., & Heinitz, K. (2015). Resilienz von Hebammen: Wohlbefinden trotz schlechter Arbeitsbedingungen [Resilience of midwives: Being well despite harsh working conditions]. Paper presented at the 7th meeting of the section of work and organizational psychology of the German Psychological society, Mainz, Germany.
  • Heinitz, K., Lorenz, T. & Schulze, D. (2015). CSR in the eye of the beholder: Authenticity effects on employee attitudes and behaviors. Poster presented at the 17th EAWOP Congress, Oslo, Norway.
  • Reuter, B., & Schulze, D. (2014). Verschwörungstheorien: ein Fall für die klinische Psychologie? [Conspiracy theories: A case for clinical psychology?]. Poster presented at the 49th Congress of the German psychological society, Bochum, Germany.