Social psychology, European Social Survey, Structural equation modeling, Measurement invariance and Development economics are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Explanatory power and Multilevel model in addition to Social psychology. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as European Social Survey, Demographic economics, Statistics and Confirmatory factor analysis.
His studies in Structural equation modeling integrate themes in fields like Panel data, Prejudice and Latent variable. His study looks at the intersection of Measurement invariance and topics like Equivalence with Social value orientations. His work carried out in the field of Development economics brings together such families of science as Political economy and Group conflict.
Eldad Davidov mainly investigates European Social Survey, Social psychology, Measurement invariance, Econometrics and Structural equation modeling. European Social Survey is connected with Human values, Demographic economics, Statistics, Value and Unemployment in his study. While the research belongs to areas of Social psychology, Eldad Davidov spends his time largely on the problem of Value theory, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Value.
The concepts of his Measurement invariance study are interwoven with issues in Test, Bayesian probability and Applied mathematics. His Econometrics research incorporates themes from Confirmatory factor analysis, Equivalence, Empirical research and General Social Survey. His Structural equation modeling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Panel data, Prejudice and Operationalization.
His primary scientific interests are in Human values, Demography, Economic geography, Criminology and Structural equation modeling. His Demography study combines topics in areas such as Panel data, Psychometrics and Standard deviation. His studies deal with areas such as Perception and Vulnerability as well as Criminology.
His Structural equation modeling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Monte Carlo method and Prior probability, Bayesian probability. In his articles, Eldad Davidov combines various disciplines, including Demographic economics and European Social Survey. His European Social Survey research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Comparability, Confirmatory factor analysis and Equivalence.
Eldad Davidov mostly deals with Longitudinal study, Standard deviation, Early adolescence, Demography and Stability. Eldad Davidov integrates many fields in his works, including Longitudinal study, Ipsative and Life span.
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Refining the theory of basic individual values.
Shalom H. Schwartz;Jan Cieciuch;Michele Vecchione;Eldad Davidov.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2012)
Bringing Values Back In The Adequacy of the European Social Survey to Measure Values in 20 Countries
Eldad Davidov;Peter Schmidt;Shalom H. Schwartz.
Public Opinion Quarterly (2008)
Changing attitudes toward immigration in Europe, 2002–2007: A dynamic group conflict theory approach
Bart Meuleman;Eldad Davidov;Jaak Billiet.
Social Science Research (2009)
Measurement Equivalence in Cross-National Research
Eldad Davidov;Bart Meuleman;Jan Cieciuch;Peter Schmidt;Peter Schmidt.
Review of Sociology (2014)
Basic personal values and the meaning of left‐right political orientations in 20 countries.
Yuval Piurko;Shalom H. Schwartz;Eldad Davidov.
Political Psychology (2011)
Values and Support for Immigration : A Cross-Country Comparison
Eldad Davidov;Bart Meuleman;Jaak Billiet;Peter Schmidt.
European Sociological Review (2008)
The Syndrome of Group-Focused Enmity: The Interrelation of Prejudices Tested with Multiple Cross-Sectional and Panel Data
Andreas Zick;Carina Wolf;Beate Küpper;Eldad Davidov.
Journal of Social Issues (2008)
A cross-country and cross-time comparison of the human values measurements with the second round of the European Social Survey
Survey research methods (2008)
Measurement Equivalence of Nationalism and Constructive Patriotism in the ISSP: 34 Countries in a Comparative Perspective
Political Analysis (2009)
An SEM Approach to Continuous Time Modeling of Panel Data: Relating Authoritarianism and Anomia
Manuel C. Voelkle;Johan H. L. Oud;Eldad Davidov;Peter Schmidt.
Psychological Methods (2012)
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