Publications

Mapping Individual Differences on the Internet. A Case Study of the Type 1 Diabetes Community

We demonstrate new methods for mapping online communities using a case study of the type 1 diabetes community on Twitter.

Identifying contrasting themes that orchestrate personality expression across situations

We explore the possibility of contrasting situation themes that influence personality expression, implying that there is a change in personality expression initiated by a transition between two distinct types of situations.

Big Five Across Socioeconomic Status - Measurement Invariance, Relationships, and Age Trends

We use the AIID dataset, a large online study, to address three basic questions about personality and SES.

Integrating philosophical and psychological approaches to well-being - The role of success in personal projects

We demonstrate in a longitudinal sample that success in current personal projects predicts various forms of subjective well-being, even when controlling for past levels of well-being and project success.