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Samuel Greiff
Samuel Greiff
Full Professor, University of Luxembourg
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The process of solving complex problems
A Fischer, S Greiff, J Funke
Journal of Problem Solving 4 (1), 19-42, 2011
3012011
Complex problem solving—More than reasoning?
S Wüstenberg, S Greiff, J Funke
Intelligence 40 (1), 1-14, 2012
2742012
Measuring problem solving skills via stealth assessment in an engaging video game
VJ Shute, L Wang, S Greiff, W Zhao, G Moore
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 106-117, 2016
2232016
Dynamic problem solving: A new assessment perspective
S Greiff, S Wüstenberg, J Funke
Applied Psychological Measurement 36 (3), 189-213, 2012
2082012
Domain-general problem solving skills and education in the 21st century
S Greiff, S Wüstenberg, B Csapó, A Demetriou, J Hautamäki, AC Graesser, ...
Educational Research Review, 74-83, 2014
1992014
Complex problem solving in educational contexts—Something beyond g: Concept, assessment, measurement invariance, and construct validity.
S Greiff, S Wüstenberg, G Molnár, A Fischer, J Funke, B Csapó
Journal of Educational Psychology 105 (2), 364, 2013
1842013
Advancing the science of collaborative problem solving
AC Graesser, SM Fiore, S Greiff, J Andrews-Todd, PW Foltz, FW Hesse
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 19 (2), 59-92, 2018
1732018
Perspectives on problem solving in cognitive research and educational assessment: analytical, interactive, and collaborative problem solving
S Greiff, D Holt, J Funke
Journal of Problem Solving 5, 71-91, 2013
1692013
How performing PCA and CFA on the same data equals trouble: Overfitting in the assessment of internal structure and some editorial thoughts on it.
M Fokkema, S Greiff
Hogrefe Publishing 33 (6), 399, 2017
1502017
The assessment of 21st century skills in industrial and organizational psychology: Complex and collaborative problem solving
JC Neubert, J Mainert, A Kretzschmar, S Greiff
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 8 (2), 238-268, 2015
1382015
Computer-generated log-file analyses as a window into students' minds? A showcase study based on the PISA 2012 assessment of problem solving
S Greiff, S Wüstenberg, F Avvisati
Computers & Education 91, 92-105, 2015
1342015
Inductive reasoning, domain specific and complex problem solving: Relations and development
G Molnár, S Greiff, B Csapó
Thinking skills and Creativity 9, 35-45, 2013
1292013
Understanding students' performance in a computer-based assessment of complex problem solving: An analysis of behavioral data from computer-generated log files
S Greiff, C Niepel, R Scherer, R Martin
Computers in Human Behavior 61, 36-46, 2016
1172016
Complex problem solving and intelligence: A meta-analysis
M Stadler, N Becker, M Gödker, D Leutner, S Greiff
Intelligence 53, 92-101, 2015
1122015
Validity of the MicroDYN approach: Complex problem solving predicts school grades beyond working memory capacity
F Schweizer, S Wüstenberg, S Greiff
Learning and Individual Differences 24, 42-52, 2013
952013
Computer-based assessment of complex problem solving: Concept, implementation, and application
S Greiff, S Wüstenberg, DV Holt, F Goldhammer, J Funke
Educational Technology Research and Development 61 (3), 407-421, 2013
892013
Descriptive, predictive and explanatory personality research: Different goals, different approaches, but a shared need to move beyond the Big Few traits
R Mõttus, D Wood, DM Condon, MD Back, A Baumert, G Costantini, ...
European Journal of Personality 34 (6), 1175-1201, 2020
872020
Why psychological assessment needs to start worrying about model fit.
S Greiff, M Heene
Hogrefe Publishing 33 (5), 313, 2017
872017
A multitrait–multimethod study of assessment instruments for complex problem solving
S Greiff, A Fischer, S Wüstenberg, P Sonnleitner, M Brunner, R Martin
Intelligence 41 (5), 579-596, 2013
862013
The transition to computer-based assessment
F Scheuermann, J Björnsson
Luxembourg: Office for official publications of the european communities, 2009
812009
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