Guest Researcher

Daniela Veronica Negraia

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography


Intergenerational Transfers of Informal Care Time across Contexts and Sociodemographic Characteristics Projects details
Parental Status and Well-Being Projects details
Technology Use and Its Effects on Time-Use Patterns, Social Relationships, and Well-Being Projects details

MPIDR Publications

Recent All

Yan, X.; Sayer, L. C.; Negraia, D. V.; Rinderknecht, R. G.; Doan, L.; Drotning, K. J.; Fish, J. N.; Buck, C.:
Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 8, 1–21. (2022)    
Negraia, D. V.; Augustine, J. M.:
Social Psychology Quarterly 83:3, 207–228. (2020)    
Negraia, D. V.; Yavorsky, J. E.; Dukhovnov, D.:
Journal of Marriage and Family, 1–25. (2020)    
Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Aref, S.; Gil-Clavel, B. S.; Grow, A.; Negraia, D. V.; Zagheni, E.:
In: Smart statistics for smart applications : book of short papers SIS2019, 23–30. Pearson. (2019)    
Negraia, D. V.; Augustine, J. M.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2019-011. (2019)    

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