Round Tables

October 16th, 2022, 10:20 – 11:30


Research Data Management (RDM), Maike Kleemeyer (Berlin LIFE alumna, MPIB)

Plamina Dimanova, Marlene Hecht, Luianta Verra, Laura Jamison, Elisa Buchberger, Lee LeBoeuf, Hannes Diemerling

  • Obels, P., Lakens, D., Coles, N. A., Gottfried, J., & Green, S. A. (2020). Analysis of open data and computational reproducibility in registered reports in psychology. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 3(2), 229-237.


The Importance of Qualitative Methods in Development Lifespan Research, Jacqui Smith (LIFE faculty, UM)

Vanessa Frei, Christina Dworschak, Muna Aikins, Shannon Savell, Laura Buchinger, Jens Heumann, Natascha Helbling

  • Ciofi, J. M., Kemp, C. L., & Bender, A. A. (2022). Assisted living residents with dementia: being out in the world and negotiating connections. The Gerontologist, 62(2), 200–211.
  • Lind, M., Bluck, S., & McAdams, D. P. (2021). More vulnerable? The life story approach highlights older people’s potential for strength during the pandemic. Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 76(2), e45–e48.


Pros/Cons of Neuromethods in Development Research, Patti Reuter-Lorenz & Thad Polk (LIFE faculty, UM)

Dilara Zorbek, Jasmin Brummer, Raffael Schmidt, Sina Schwarze, Isabelle Moore, Claire Pauley


Ambulatory Assessment: Measuring Daily Life, Alexandra M. Freund (LIFE faculty, UZH)

Wilson Merrell, Katie Daniel, Sabrina Beck, Washa Barde, Michael Kraemer, Sarah Swanke


Pros/Cons of Longitudinal Research, Ulman Lindenberger (LIFE faculty, MPIB)

Elena Bolt, Megan Costello, Kathy Xie, Blake Ebright, Urmimala Ghose, Maike Hille

  • Wohlwill, J. F. (1970). The age variable in psychological research. Psychological Review, 77(1), 49–64.
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