Ivo Ponocny
Ivo Ponocny
Professor, Sigmund Freud University Vienna
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Long-term effects of parental divorce on mental health–A meta-analysis
F Auersperg, T Vlasak, I Ponocny, A Barth
Journal of psychiatric research 119, 107-115, 2019
Endurance exercise training in orthostatic intolerance: a randomized, controlled trial
R Winker, A Barth, D Bidmon, I Ponocny, M Weber, O Mayr, D Robertson, ...
Hypertension 45 (3), 391-398, 2005
Nonparametric goodness-of-fit tests for the Rasch model
I Ponocny
Psychometrika 66, 437-459, 2001
An extension of the partial credit model with an application to the measurement of change
GH Fischer, I Ponocny
Psychometrika 59 (2), 177-192, 1994
“Do I stay or do I go?”—Job change and labor market exit intentions of employees providing informal care to older adults
U Schneider, B Trukeschitz, R Mühlmann, I Ponocny
Health Economics 22 (10), 1230-1249, 2013
A meta-analysis for neurobehavioural effects due to electromagnetic field exposure emitted by GSM mobile phones
A Barth, R Winker, E Ponocny-Seliger, W Mayrhofer, I Ponocny, C Sauter, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 65 (5), 342-346, 2008
Digit ratio (2D: 4D) in homosexual and heterosexual men from Austria
M Voracek, JT Manning, I Ponocny
Archives of Sexual Behavior 34, 335-340, 2005
Informal eldercare and work-related strain
B Trukeschitz, U Schneider, R Mühlmann, I Ponocny
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2013
No effects of short‐term exposure to mobile phone electromagnetic fields on human cognitive performance: A meta‐analysis
A Barth, I Ponocny, T Gnambs, R Winker
Bioelectromagnetics 33 (2), 159-165, 2012
Effects of extremely low‐frequency magnetic field exposure on cognitive functions: results of a meta‐analysis
A Barth, I Ponocny, E Ponocny‐Seliger, N Vana, R Winker
Bioelectromagnetics: Journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, The Society …, 2010
Extended rating scale and partial credit models for assessing change
GH Fischer, I Ponocny
Rasch models: Foundations, recent developments, and applications, 353-370, 1995
Diagnostic management of orthostatic intolerance in the workplace
R Winker, A Barth, W Dorner, O Mayr, A Pilger, S Ivancsits, I Ponocny, ...
International archives of occupational and environmental health 76, 143-150, 2003
Are Most People Happy? Exploring the Meaning of Subjective Well-Being Ratings
I Ponocny, C Weismayer, B Stross, SG Dressler
Journal of Happiness Studies 17, 2635-2653, 2016
On the importance of leisure travel for psychosocial wellbeing
AH Zins, I Ponocny
Annals of Tourism Research 93, 103378, 2022
Mobile phone base stations and well-being—A meta-analysis
A Klaps, I Ponocny, R Winker, M Kundi, F Auersperg, A Barth
Science of the total environment 544, 24-30, 2016
Influence of an insertion variant in the 5UTR of the endothelin-1 gene on orthostatic intolerance
R Winker, HW Rüdiger, A Diedrich, I Biaggioni, D Robertson, I Ponocny, ...
The American journal of the medical sciences 330 (4), 166-171, 2005
Wiener Studie zur informellen Pflege und Betreuung älterer Menschen 2008 (Vienna Informal Carer Study-VIC2008. Studiendesign und deskriptive Ergebnisse
U Schneider, B Trukeschitz, R Mühlmann, R Jung, I Ponocny, ...
Psychometric approaches help resolve competing cognitive models: When less is more than it seems
M Arendasy, M Sommer, I Ponocny
Cognition and Instruction 23 (4), 503-521, 2005
T-Rasch 1.0
I Ponocny, E Ponocny-Seliger
Groningen: ProGAMMA, 1999
Towards identification of unscalable personality questionnaire respondents: The use of person fit indices
I Ponocny, KC Klauer
Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 44 (1), 94, 2002
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