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Zürcher, S.J.; Borter, N.; Kränzlin, M.; Neyer, P.; Meyer, U.; Rizzoli, R.; Kriemler, S. (2020). Relationship between bone mineral content and bone turnover markers, sex hormones and calciotropic hormones in pre-and early pubertal children. Osteoporosis international, 31(2), pp. 335-349. Springer-Verlag 10.1007/s00198-019-05180-7

Waldis, Lea; Borter, Natalie; Rammsayer, Thomas H. (2020). On the functional relationships among sexual orientation, masculine and feminine gender role orientation, and sociosexual orientation in young heterosexual and lesbian women. The journal of sex research, 57(8), pp. 1048-1058. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/00224499.2020.1717413

Borter, Natalie; Völke, Annik E.; Troche, Stefan J. (2020). The development of inductive reasoning under consideration of the effect due to test speededness. Psychological test and assessment modeling, 62(3), pp. 344-358. Pabst Science Publishers

Waldis, Lea; Borter, Natalie; Rammsayer, Thomas (11 November 2019). Comparing Sociosexual Orientation in Matched Groups of Heterosexual and Homosexual Men (Unpublished). In: 16th Conference of the Swiss Psychological Society (SPS SGP SSP) - "Psychology’s Contribution to Society”. Bern. 09.09.-11.09.2019.

Borter, Natalie; Troche, Stefan (9 September 2019). Processing speed in the Hick task is a better indicator of intelligence when assessed as inspection time (Unpublished). In: 16th Conference of the Swiss Psychological Society (SPS SGP SSP) - "Psychology’s Contribution to Society”. Bern. 09.09.-11.09.2019.

Borter, Natalie; Troche, Stefan J.; Rammsayer, Thomas H. (2018). Speed- and accuracy-related measures of an intelligence test are differentially predicted by the speed and accuracy measures of a cognitive task. Intelligence, 71, pp. 1-7. Elsevier 10.1016/j.intell.2018.09.001

Waldis, Lea; Borter, Natalie; Rammsayer, Thomas H. (19 September 2018). Comparing Sociosexual Orientation of Heterosexual and Homosexual Women: A Matching Approach (Unpublished). In: 51. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie - "Psychologie gestaltet". Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main. 15.09.-20.09.2018.

Borter, Natalie; Pahud, Olivier; Rammsayer, Thomas (20 July 2017). Clusters of response behavior in time-limited multiple-choice intelligence testing (Unpublished). In: Annual Meeting of the Psychometric Society (IMPS 2017). Zurich, Switzerland. 17.07.-21.07.2017.

Rammsayer, Thomas H.; Borter, Natalie; Troche, Stefan J. (2017). The effects of sex and gender role characteristics on facets of sociosexuality in heterosexual young adults. The journal of sex research, 54(2), pp. 254-263. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/00224499.2016.1236903

Zürcher, Simeon Joel; Vangelooven, Christa; Borter, Natalie; Schnyder, Daniel; Hahn, Sabine (2016). Psychometric testing of the Italian and French versions of the Care Dependency Scale. Journal of advanced nursing, 72(12), pp. 3207-3215. Wiley 10.1111/jan.13077

Borter, Natalie; Troche, Stefan; Rammsayer, Thomas (3 July 2016). Structure and validity of incorrect answers and errors of omission in intelligence testing with multiple choice format (Unpublished). In: International Test Commission (ITC) 2016 Conference. Vancouver, Canada. 01.07.-03.07.2016.

Bühler, Janina Larissa; Borter, N.; Troche, S.; Rammsayer, T. (8 September 2015). Differential effects of biological sex and relationship status on aspects of sociosexuality (Unpublished). In: 14th Congress of the Swiss Psychological Society - "The future of psychology". Geneva, Switzerland. 08.09-09.09.2015.

Martarelli, Corinna; Borter, Natalie; Bryjova, Jana; Mast, Fred; Munsch, Simone (2015). The influence of parent's body mass index on peer selection: An experimental approach using virtual reality. Psychiatry research, 230(1), pp. 5-12. Elsevier 10.1016/j.psychres.2015.05.075

Rammsayer, T. H.; Borter, N.; Troche, S. J. (2015). Visual-auditory differences in duration discrimination of intervals in the subsecond and second range. Frontiers in psychology, 6, p. 1626. Frontiers Research Foundation 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01626

Borter, Natalie; Troche, Stefan; Dodonova, Yulia; Rammsayer, Thomas (2014). A latent growth curve (LGC) analysis to dissociate components of response-time (RT) variance (Unpublished). In: Modern Modeling Methods Conference. Storrs, Connecticut, USA. May, 20-21, 2014.

Borter, Natalie; Troche, Stefan; Dodonova, Yulia; Rammsayer, Thomas (2014). A latent growth curve (LGC) analysis to model Task Demands and the Worst Performance Rule simultaneously (Unpublished). In: European Mathematical Psychology Group Meeting. Tübingen. July 30-August 01, 2014.

Borter, Natalie (12 December 2013). Cognitive Tasks With Increasing Complexity: Should Worst Performance Rule Be Taken Into Account? In: Fourteenth Annual Conference of the International Society for Intelligence Research (ISIR). Melbourne, Australia. 12-14.12.2013.

Borter, Natalie; Troche, Stefan; Rammsayer, Thomas (22 October 2013). A fixed-links modeling approach to elucidate measurement impurity in reaction time data. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Psychophysics, p. 74. Freiburg, Germany: International Society for Psychophysics

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