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Department of Educational PsychologyDepartment of Educational Psychology

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Research in Educational Psychology is concerned with the study of the cognitive, motivational, affective, and social learning processes that underlie education and human development across the lifespan. In our research we currently focus on four areas: interest development and the career choices of adolescent boys and girls; teacher education research, especially in STEM (science-, technology-, engineering-, and math-) related fields; the development of social forms of aggression, in particular the factors revolving around cyberbullying; and the psychosocial development of children and adolescents. The classes we offer are part of the pre-service teacher education program and the department’s research-oriented Master program “Educational Science  Organization and Counseling”. We provide training in the foundations of educational psychology and socialization, the practice of school psychology (evaluation and diagnostics), empirical research methods, as well as the processes of counseling, communication, teaching, and learning.

Research interests

  • Familial and curricular contexts of growing, migration and experiences with discrimination
  • Gender and socio-moral development
  • Proffesionalism of teachers
  • Conditions academic achievment patterns
  • Development of aggression and problem behavior, cyberbullying
  • Children and media
  • Third Culture Kids

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Next train station (S-Bahn):
S3, S5, S7, S75: Tiergarten (walking distance: ca. 950m)

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U2: Ernst-Reuter-Platz (walking distance: ca. 600m)

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bus route 245: Marchbrücke
(walking distance: ca. 100 m)


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