Developmental psychology studies developmental change in experience and behavior, and developmental psychopathology studies the development and change in mental health and mental disorders across the lifespan.
The department is headed by Prof. Dr. Sakari Lemola (chair) and Prof. Dr. Arnold Lohaus (senior professor).
In 2020 many families have already supported us by participating in subproject 1 and 2. We would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU and wish you a happy New Year!
Also in the new year 2021 we are still looking for biological families as well as foster and adoptive families to support us. You are welcome to register under empower-you.info!
In the EMPOWERYOU project, we want to investigate what protects
children and young people from stressful experiences of bullying and
violence and what helps them to cope with these experiences.
For this purpose we are looking for participants aged 8 to 21 years, who live with their biological, foster or adoptive parents, and their (foster/adoptive) parents. Young adults aged 11 to 21 years who do not live with their parents (e.g. in a residential group, in their own apartment) can also participate.
If you are interested, please contact email@example.com or call us at 0521-106 4500.
In the project #teen.sleep.stress, sleep of adolescents and how they experience stress is focused. Since August 2019, we have already been able to welcome more than 180 young people to our sleep laboratory. In the next months, further surveys will be conducted, so we are still looking for interested participants between 11 and 17 years of age, who are situated in the Bielefeld region. If you are interested please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Psychology - AE03
P. O. Box 10 01 31