PD Dr. Daniel Seddig

Sociologist (Diplom)

Contact

Phone: +49 511/34836-76
E-Mail: Daniel.Seddig@kfn.de

 

Current projects

 

 

Academic Career
since 09/2023 Research associate (PostDoc) at KFN
04/2022 – 03/2023 Substitute Professor for Criminology, Institute of Criminology, University of Münster
10/2021 – 03/2022 Substitute Professor for Methods of Empirical Social Research, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Passau
11/2019 Habilitation (Venia Legendi in Sociology), Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Cologne
04/2017 – 03/2019
and
10/2019 – 03/2021
Academic advisor, Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Cologne, (currently on leave)
04/2019 – 09/2019 Substitute Professor for Empirical Social and Economic Research, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Cologne
09/2013 Doctorate (Dr. phil.), Faculty of Sociology, University of Bielefeld
05/2013 – 12/2016 Research Assistant, Institute of Sociology, University of Zurich, Switzerland
08/2006 – 04/2013 Research Assistant, Institute of Criminology, University of Münster, Germany
06/2006 Diploma in Sociology, Faculty of Sociology, Bielefeld University
2001 – 2006 Student assistant/tutor for statistics at Bielefeld University
Selected lectures
  • Eisentraut, M., Seddig, D., Davidov, E., & Schmidt, P. (2023) Basic human values and willingness to vaccinate against COVID-19. Konferenz der European Survey Research Association, Mailand, 19.07.2023.
  • Seddig, D. (2021). Approximate measurement invariance: Bayesian SEM and alignment optimization. Eingeladender Vortrag an der Hochschule Hamm-Lippstadt, 05.01.2021.
  • Seddig, D. (2021). Direct and indirect predictors of opposition to immigration in Europe: individual values, cultural values, and symbolic threat. Eingeladender Vortrag an der City, University of London, 08.03.2021.
  • Seddig, D. (2020). Dynamic panel models with maximum likelihood and structural equations. Eingeladender Vortrag an der Universität Mainz (BMBF-Projekt „DDR-Psych“), 09.12.2020.
  • Seifert, N., Seddig, D., & Eckhard, J. (2019). The impact of social isolation on health-related quality of life. A test of the social causation hypothesis using dynamic panel models with fixed effects. Konferenz der European Survey Research Association, Zagreb, 18.07.2019.
  • Leitgöb, H., Seddig, D., & Enzmann, D. (2017). Testing 9- and 12-item versions of the Grasmick et al. (1993) self-control scale for measurement invariance across cultural-contexts: A comparison of different approaches. Konferenz der European Survey Research Association, Lissabon, 19.07.2017.
  • Seddig, D., & Davidov, E. (2016). The concept of Bayesian approximate measurement invariance. Eingeladener Vortrag bei GESIS Mannheim, 02.12.2016.
  • Seddig, D., & Davidov, E. (2016). Values, attitudes towards violence, and violent offending. A test with the Schwartz theory of basic human values. Konferenz der European Society of Criminology, Münster, 24.09.2016.
  • Seddig, D., & Leitgöb, H. (2015). Bayesian SEM in criminology. Konferenz der European Society of Criminology, Porto, 03.09.2015.
  • Seddig, D. (2012). Trajectories of adolescent delinquency. Development and explanation. Konferenz der American Society of Criminology, Chicago, 15.11.2012.

Teaching, education and continuing education
SoSe 2023 Introduction to special analysis techniques

Übung Statistik 1

Universität zu Köln
WS 2022/23 Kultur- und ländervergleichende Kriminologie (VL)

Kriminologie und Kriminalsoziologie (VL)

Kriminologie und strafrechtliche Praxis (VL)

Soziale Kontrolle – Überwachung, Kriminalstrafe und Strafvollzug (SE)

Universität Münster (Vertretungsprofessur)
SoSe 2022 Kriminologie und Kriminalsoziologie (VL)

Kriminologie und strafrechtliche Praxis (VL)

Kriminologische Theorien und ihre empirische Bewährung (SE)

Kriminalität, Überwachung und soziale Kontrolle im und durch das Internet (SE)

Universität Münster (Vertretungsprofessur)
WS 2020/21 Einführung in die Statistik für Sozialwissenschaften (VL)

Regression mit R (SE)

Empirical Methods (SE)

Universität Passau (Vertretungsprofessur)
SoSe 2021 Comparative data analysis mit structural equation models in R (SE) Universität zu Köln
WS 2020/21 Cross-cultural perspectives on deviance and crime (SE)

Life-course perspectives on deviance and crime (SE)

Universität zu Köln
SoSe 2020 Analysis of longitudinal data (VL) Universität zu Köln
WS 2019/20 Analyzing comparative data using structural equation modeling (SE) Universität zu Köln
SoSe 2019 Analysis of longitudinal data (VL) Universität zu Köln (Vertretungsprofessur)
WS 2018/19 Analyzing comparative data using structural equation modeling (SE) Universität zu Köln
SoSe 2018 Advanced structural equation modeling (SE) Universität zu Köln
WS 2017/18 Cross-cultural perspectives on deviance (SE)

Praxisseminar: Jugend und Devianz (SE)

Universität zu Köln
SoSe 2017 Anomie und Desintegration (SE)

Werte, Einstellungen und Verhalten in der Soziologie (SE)

Universität zu Köln
Frühjahrssemester 2016 Methodenpraktikum (SE)

Cross-country comparisons of values and attitudes using SEM (mit E. Davidov) (SE)

Universität Zürich
Herbstsemester 2015 Desintegration und Anomie (SE)

Multivariate data analysis (SE)

Universität Zürich
Frühjahrssemester 2015 Individualistische Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie (SE)

Measurement and causal models in comparative research (SE)

Universität Zürich
Herbstsemester 2014 Multivariate data analysis (SE) Universität Zürich
Frühjahrssemester 2014 Measurement and causal models (SE) Universität Zürich
Herbstsemester 2013 Multivariate data analysis (SE) Universität Zürich
WS 2010/11 Soziale Kontrolle, Sicherheit und Strafrecht (SE) Universität Münster
SoSe 2010 Juvenile delinquency in international perspective (mit K. Boers) (SE) Universität Münster
WS 2009/10 Introduction to data analysis mit Mplus (SE) Universität Bielefeld
SoSe 2009 Überwachung und Kontrolle (SE) Universität Münster
WS 2008/09 Kriminalitätstheorien und ihre empirische Überprüfung (SE) Universität Münster
SoSe 2008 Juvenile delinquency – International perspectives (SE) Universität Münster
WS 2006/07 Multivariate Datenanalyse mit SPSS (SE) Universität Bielefeld

VL = Lecture; SE = Seminar; Event language as indicated

 

Sonstige (freiberufliche) Kurse

2023 Comparative social research with multiple group SEM GESIS Spring Seminar
2023 Confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modelling Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis
2022 Comparative research with confirmatory factor Analysis/SEM GESIS Training Workshop
2022 Confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modelling Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis
2022 CLOSER Consortium training workshop “Longitudinal measurement invariance” CLOSER Consortium London
2021 Confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modelling Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis
2017 Structural equation modeling for longitudinal and panel data 6th GESIS summer school in survey methodology
2016 Testing survey data for measurement equivalence across countries and time 5th GESIS summer school in survey methodology
2015 Testing survey data for measurement equivalence across countries and time 4th GESIS summer school in survey methodology
2015 Longitudinal data analysis University of Hamburg

Event language as indicated

Selected publications
  • Reinl, A.-K., Seddig, D., Dennison, J., & Davidov, E. (2023). Basic human values and preferences for an EU-wide social benefit scheme. Journal of Common Market Studies.  DOI:10.1111/jcms.13517
  • Seddig, D. (2023). Latent growth models for count outcomes: Specification, evaluation, and interpretation. Structural Equation Modeling. DOI:10.1080/10705511.2023.2175684
  • Leitgöb, H., Seddig, D., Asparouhov, T., Behr, D., Davidov, E., De Roover, K., Jak, S., Meitinger, K., Menold, N., Muthén, B., Rudnev, M., Schmidt, P., van de Schoot, R. (2022). Measurement    invariance in the social sciences: Historical development, methodological challenges, state of the art, and future perspectives. Social Science Research, 102805. DOI: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2022.102805
  • Seddig, D., Maskileyson, D., Davidov (2022). Vaccination against COVID-19 reduces virus-related fears: Findings from a German longitudinal study. Frontiers in Public Health, 10, 878787. DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.878787
  • Seddig, D., Maskileyson, D., Davidov, D., Ajzen, I., & Schmidt. P. (2022). Correlates of COVID-19 vaccination intentions: Attitudes, institutional trust, fear, conspiracy beliefs, and vaccine skepticism. Social Science and Medicine, 302, 114981. DOI:10.1016/j.socscimed.2022.114981
  • Leitgöb, H., Seddig, D., Schmidt, P., Sosu, E., & Davidov, E. (2021). Longitudinal measurement (non-)invariance in latent constructs: Conceptual insights, model specifications and testing  strategies. In: A. Cernat, & J. W. Sakshaug (Eds.), Measurement Error in Longitudinal Data. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Sattler, S., Seddig, D., & Zerbini, G. (2021). Assessing sleep problems and daytime functioning: a translation, adaption, and validation of the Athens Insomnia Scale for non-clinical application (AIS-NCA). Psychology & Health. DOI:10.1080/08870446.2021.1998498
  • Seifert, N., Seddig, D., & Eckhard, J. (2021). Does social isolation affect physical and mental health? A test of the social causation hypothesis using dynamic panel models with fixed  effects. Aging & Mental Health. DOI:10.1080/13607863.2021.1961125
  • Davidov, E., Seddig, D., Gorodzeisky, A., Raijman, R., Schmidt, P., & Semyonov, M. (2020). Direct and   indirect predictors of opposition to immigration in Europe: Individual values, cultural values, and symbolic threat. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 46(3), 553–573.    DOI:10.1080/1369183X.2018.1550152
  • Seddig, D. (2020). Individual attitudes toward deviant behavior and perceived attitudes of friends: Self-stereotyping and social projection in adolescence and emerging adulthood. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 49(3), 664–677. DOI:10.1007/s10964-019-01123-x
  • Seddig, D. (2020). Maximum likelihood and structural equations for dynamic panel models. In P. Atkinson, S. Delamont, A. Cernat, J. W. Sakshaug, & R. A. Williams (Eds.), SAGE Research  Methods Foundations. DOI:10.4135/9781526421036927730
  • Seddig, D., & Lomazzi, V. (2019). Using cultural and structural indicators to explain measurement  noninvariance in gender role attitudes with multilevel structural equation modeling. Social Science Research, 84, 1023282. DOI:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2019.102328
  • Davidov, E., Dülmer, H., Cieciuch, J., Kuntz, A., Seddig, D., & Schmidt, P. (2018). Explaining measurement non-equivalence using multilevel structural equation modeling. Sociological Methods & Research, 47(4), 729–760. DOI:10.1177/0049124116672678
  • Heim, E., Ajzen, I., Schmidt, P., & Seddig, D. (2018). Women’s decisions to stay in or leave an   abusive relationship: Results from a longitudinal study in Bolivia. Violence Against Women, 24(14), 1639–1657. DOI:10.1177/1077801217741993
  • Pöge, A., & Seddig, D. (2018). Werte und abweichendes Verhalten. In D. Hermann & A. Pöge (Eds.),  Kriminalsoziologie: Handbuch für Wissenschaft und Praxis (pp. 149–170). Baden-Baden: Nomos. DOI:10.5771/9783845271842-146
  • Seddig, D., & Davidov, E. (2018). Values, attitudes toward interpersonal violence, and interpersonal  violent behavior. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 604. DOI:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00604
  • Seddig, D., & Leitgöb, H. (2018). Approximate measurement invariance and longitudinal confirmatory factor analysis: concept and application with panel data. Survey Research Methods, 12(1), 29–41. DOI:10.18148/srm/2018.v12i1.7210
  • Seddig, D., Hirtenlehner, H., & Reinecke, J. (2017). Beeinflussen Sanktionsrisikoeinschätzungen das delinquente Handeln junger Menschen oder ist es umgekehrt? Befunde einer deutschen Längsschnittuntersuchung. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 69(2), 259–282. DOI:10.1007/s11577-017-0448-z
  • Seddig, D., & Reinecke, J. (2017). Exploration and explanation of self-reported delinquency      trajectories in the Crimoc study. In A. Blokland, V. van der Geest (Eds.), The Routledge international handbook of life-course criminology (pp. 159–178). London: Routledge. DOI:10.4324/9781315747996.ch10
  • Seddig, D. (2016). Crime inhibiting, interactional and co-developmental patterns of school bonds and the acceptance of legal norms. Crime and Delinquency, 62(8), 1046–1071. DOI: 10.1177/0011128715578503
  • Seddig, D. (2014). Peer group association, the acceptance of norms and violent behaviour: A longitudinal analysis of reciprocal effects. European Journal of Criminology, 11(3), 319-339. DOI: 10.1177/1477370813496704, Award paper for the “ESC Young Criminologist Award 2015”
  • Reinecke, J., & Seddig, D. (2011). Growth mixture models in longitudinal research. Advances in statistical analysis, 95(4), 415–434. DOI:10.1007/s10182-011-0171-4
  • Boers, K., Reinecke, J., Seddig, D., & Mariotti, L. (2010). Explaining the development of adolescent violent delinquency. European Journal of Criminology, 7(6), 499–520.    DOI:10.1177/1477370810376572

List of publications Seddig