Dr. Till Kaiser
04/2017 - Visiting Researcher of the President's Project Group
04/2017 - Research Fellow in the Psychological Methods Lab, Department of Psychology, Ruhr-University Bochum
04/2015 - 03/2017 Research Fellow in the Project “The 24/7 Economy and the Health and Wellbeing of Family and Children in Germany”, President's Project Group, WZB Berlin
09/2015 Dr. phil., Bielefeld University. Title of Dissertation: “How personality contributes to the (re-)production of social inequality”
2011-03/2015 Research Fellow, CRC 882, Department of Sociology, Bielefeld University
2012- 2015 Graduate Student at the „Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology” (BGHS)
2011 Master of Arts in Sociology, Bielefeld University
Kaiser, T., Li J., Pollmann-Schult M. (in press). The reproduction of educational inequalities - do parenting and child behaviour problems matter?. Acta Sociologica.
Kaiser, T., Li J., Pollmann-Schult M. (in press). Evening and night work schedules and children's social and emotional well-being. Community, Work & Family (online first).
Kaiser T., Li J., Pollmann-Schult M., Song AY. (2017). Poverty and Child Behavioral Problems: The Mediating Role of Parenting and Parental Well-Being. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2017; 14(9), 981.
Kaiser, T. (2017). Socioeconomic status, parenting and conscientiousness: the unequal development of children's focus. Journal of Family Studies. Vol. 23, Issue 1, 62-85.
Kaiser, T. & Schneickert, C. (2016). Cultural participation, personality and educational inequalities. Sociological Research Online, 21 (3), 14.
Kaiser, T. & Diewald, M. (2014). Social origin, conscientiousness, and school grades: Does early socialization of the characteristics orderliness and focus contribute to the reproduction of social inequality?. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 38, 93-105.
Kaiser, T. & Diewald, M. (2014). Ordentliche Arbeiterkinder, konzentrierte Mittelschichtkinder?. KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 66(2), 243-265.