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Schulz, Wiebke, 2013: Careers of Men and Women in the 19th and 20th Centuries, ICS Dissertation, Utrecht: Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS)

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Bering, Henriette; Schulz, Wiebke, 2024: Can sports and music level the playing field? Adolescents’ extracurricular activities and the reproduction of social inequalities in cognitive skills, in: Research in Social Stratification and Mobility (90), doi:10.1016/j.rssm.2024.100895, 28.02.2024 (Date: 24.04.2024)

Schulz, Wiebke, 2023: Differential educational consequences of parental separation in West Germany, in: N_IUSSP, 03.04.2023, Link (Date: 23.05.2023)

Schulz, Wiebke; Solga, Heike; Pollak, Reinhard, 2023: Vocational education, tertiary education, and skill use across career stages, in: European Sociological Review, doi:10.1093/esr/jcac074, 01.02.2023

Lersch, Philipp M.; Schulz, Wiebke; Leckie, George, 2020: The Variability of Occupational Attainment: How Prestige Trajectories Diversified within Birth Cohorts over the 20th Century, in: American Sociological Review, doi:10.1177/0003122420966324, 17.11.2020

Mönkediek, Bastian; Schulz, Wiebke; Eichhorn, Harald; Diewald, Martin, 2020: Is there something special about twin families? A comparison of parenting styles in twin and non-twin families, in: Social Science Research, 90, doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2020.102441, 31.08.2020

Stienstra, Kim; Knigge, Antonie; Maas, Ineke; Schulz, Wiebke, 2020: Resource Compensation or Multiplication? The Interplay Between Cognitive Ability and Social Origin in Explaining Educational Attainment, in: European Sociological Review, (forthcoming)

Schulz, Wiebke; Schunck, Reinhard; Diewald, Martin; Johnson, Wendy, 2017: Pathways of Intergenerational Transmission of Advantages during Adolescence - Social Background, Cognitive Ability, and Educational Attainment, in: Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 46 (10), pp. 2119 - 2214, doi:10.1007/s10964-017-0718-0, 25.07.2017

Hahn, Elisabeth; Schulz, Wiebke, 2016: What Drives the Development of Social Inequality Over the Life Course? The German TwinLife Study, in: Twin Research and Human Genetics, 19 (6), pp. 659 - 672, doi:10.1017/thg.2016.76

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Diewald, Martin; et al. 2019: TwinLife. GESIS Datenarchiv, Köln. ZA6701 Datenfile Version 3.0.0, doi:10.4232/1.13208

Brix J, Pupeter M, Rysina A, et al. 2017. A longitudinal twin family study of the life course and individual development (TWINLIFE): Data collection and instruments of wave 1 face-to-face interviews. TwinLife Technical Report Series. Vol 05. Bielefeld: Project TwinLife "Genetic and social causes of life chances" (Universität Bielefeld / Universität des Saarlandes)

Diewald, Martin; et al. 2016. TwinLife. GESIS Datenarchiv, Köln. ZA6701 Datenfile Version 1.0.0. doi:doi:10.4232/1.12665

Knigge, Antonie, Wiebke Schulz, and Richard L. Zijdeman. 2012. Historical International Standardized          community Indicators -Netherlands Codebook. Utrecht, Utrecht University, the Netherlands