Research

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© Markus Studtmann
Our research focuses on the development of socio-emotional and self-regulatory processes, and the acquisition and consequences of subjective beliefs about development and aging. We investigate children, adolescents, and adults from various age groups, including very old age. Our methodological approach is characterized by an emphasis on longitudinal and measurement-burst studies. A unique feature of our work is the combination of ambulatory assessment methodologies, which allow measurements of experiences, cognitive capacities, and physiological processes as they naturally occur in daily-life contexts, with behavioral observations and experimental paradigms.
 
For more information on a selection of our ongoing research activities, click the projects below.

Selection of Ongoing Projects

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latest update: 2017-09-14