Lehre

Developmental Psychology

Current Courses

Prof. Maria von Salisch

lifespan developmental psychology group A


This seminar takes James Gross' integrative model of emotion regulation as the point of departure and charts how the different components of emotion regulation change over the life span. The seminar works in tandem with the lecture on lifespan development and starts with infants and ends with death and dying.

Ziel: The seminar aims to make the topics of the lecture more concrete and apply them to real-life problems, especially in work settings.

lifespan developmental psychology group B


This seminar takes James Gross' integrative model of emotion regulation as the point of departure and charts how the different components of emotion regulation change over the life span. The seminar works in tandem with the lecture on lifespan development and starts with infants and ends with death and dying.

Ziel: The seminar aims to make the topics of the lecture more concrete and apply them to real-life problems, especially in work settings.

lifespan developmental psychology group C


This seminar takes James Gross' integrative model of emotion regulation as the point of departure and charts how the different components of emotion regulation change over the life span. The seminar works in tandem with the lecture on lifespan development and starts with infants and ends with death and dying.

Ziel: The seminar aims to make the topics of the lecture more concrete and apply them to real-life problems, especially in work settings.

Lifespan Developmental Psychology


We will cover human development from its prenatal origins to its end on the deathbed with the help of the textbook Human Development: A Life-Span View by Robert V. Kail & John C. Cavanaugh, 7th edition (2016). In the lecture, we will examine physical, cognitive, and social development in infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and old age with a special emphasis on occupational development.

Ziel: To acquaint students with developmental theories and a lifespan developmental perspective so that they are able to explain why some developmental changes occur, predict specific developmental events on the basis of theories and empirical findings, and influence some developmental outcomes in their future careers.

advanced developmental psychology group B


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