Listed are reported and researched publications by users of the microdata of the German Ageing Survey (DEAS) and the German Survey on Volunteering (FWS). The compilation does not claim to be complete.

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Publications using DEAS data 2006-2022 (PDF)

Publications using FWS data 2010-2022 (PDF)

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refereed journal article

Sexual orientation and psychosocial factors in terms of loneliness and subjective well-being in later life

Buczak-Stec, E., König, H.-H., & Hajek, A. (2022, online first). Sexual orientation and psychosocial factors in terms of loneliness and subjective well-being in later life. The Gerontologist, 1-23.

refereed journal article

Age integration in later life social networks and self-perceptions of aging

Cohn-Schwartz, E., Schafer, M. H., & Ayalon, L. (2022, online first). Age integration in later life social networks and self-perceptions of aging: examining their reciprocal associations. European Journal of Ageing.

refereed journal article

Who stays involved?

Dederichs, K., & Kruse, H. (2022, online first). Who stays involved? A longitudinal study on adolescents’ participation in voluntary associations in Germany. European Sociological Review, 1-14 + 11-16.

refereed journal article

Does positive affect mediate the association of multimorbidity on depressive symptoms?

Demirer, I., Kühhirt, M., Karbach, U., & Pfaff, H. (2022). Does positive affect mediate the association of multimorbidity on depressive symptoms? Aging & Mental Health, 26(1), 65-76.

other publications

German Ageing Survey (DEAS): Codebook of the SUF DEAS 2011, Version 2.2

Engstler, H. (2021). German Ageing Survey (DEAS): Codebook of the SUF DEAS 2011, Version 2.2. Berlin: German Centre of Gerontology / Deutsches Zentrum für Altersfragen.

book section

Wohnen und Gesundheit im Alter aus epidemiologischer Sicht

Fuchs, J., Nowossadeck, S., & Nowossadeck, E. (2022). Wohnen und Gesundheit im Alter aus epidemiologischer Sicht. In A. Teti, E. Nowossadeck, J. Fuchs, & H. Künemund (Eds.), Wohnen und Gesundheit im Alter (pp. 31-53). Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.

refereed journal article

How to derive spatial agents

Haacke, H. C., Enßle, F., Haase, D., & Lakes, T. (2022, online first). How to derive spatial agents: a mixed-method approach to model an elderly population with scarce data. Population, Space and Place, 1-21.

refereed journal article

Frequency and correlates of online consultations with doctors or therapists in middle-aged and older adults

Hajek, A., & König, H.-H. (2022). Frequency and correlates of online consultations with doctors or therapists in middle-aged and older adults: nationally representative cross-sectional study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 24(4), e29781.

refereed journal article

Frequency and correlates of use of applications for monitoring and increasing health and well-being in middle-aged and older adults

Hajek, A., & König, H.-H. (2022). Frequency and correlates of use of applications for monitoring and increasing health and well-being in middle-aged and older adults: findings from the German Ageing Survey. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 98(January-February), 104571.

refereed journal article

Frequency of contact with friends and relatives via internet and psychosocial factors in middle-aged and older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic

Hajek, A., & König, H.-H. (2022). Frequency of contact with friends and relatives via internet and psychosocial factors in middle-aged and older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from the German Ageing Survey. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(1), 1-10.