Fall Academy 2010

Date: October 14–18, 2010
Location: Schwanenwerder, Berlin


  • Infant research: Perception of objects, faces, and actions
    Evelyn Bertin, University of Zurich (UZh)
  • Modeling resilience with differential equations
    Steve Boker, University of Virginia (UVa)
  • Improvements in control over memory during childhood
    Silvia Bunge, University of California – Berkeley
  • The process of parenting
    Pamela Davis-Kean, University of Michigan (UM)
  • Physiological and health implications of defensive personality traits
    Robin Edelstein, UM
  • Enriched environments: A good model for what?
    Gerd Kempermann, CRTD — Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden
  • Can medial temporal lobe integrity be improved in adulthood?
    Martin Lövdén, MPI for Human Development (MPIB)
  • Representing process via dynamic factor modeling with the idiographic filter
    John R. Nesselroade, UVa
  • Age differences in callosal contributions to cognitive and motor functions
    Rachael Seidler, UM
  • Why do we become overweight and hypertensive with age?
    Arno Villringer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU)
  • Modeling coupled changes using multilevel factor analysis
    Daniel Zimprich, UZh

Fellow Presentations

  • Training-induced neural plasticity
    Ladina Bezzola, UZh
  • Race/ethnic differences on links between puberty and girls’ depressive symptoms and delinquent behaviors: immediate and long-term effects
    Rona Carter, UM
  • Does the apple fall far from the tree? Evidence for intergenerational links in self-regulation from a household study
    Reinhard Drobetz, UZh
  • How do the deaf read? A dual-route cascaded model of reading without sounds
    Eeva Elliott, FU
  • Adult age differences in monitoring highly familiar events
    Yana Fandakova, MPIB
  • The impact of social resources and motivational abilities on cognitive decline and risk of Alzheimer’s disease
    Sonja Fankhauser, UZh
  • Environmental factors regulate adult hippocampal neurogenesis in mice
    Julia Freund, CRTD
  • Are wiser people happier people? An exploration of the relationship between well-being and wise reasoning
    Igor Grossmann, UM
  • Personality and social relationships as antecedents and consequences of fertility attitudes, decisions, and outcomes: A longitudinal perspective
    Roos Hutteman, HU
  • Divorce hurts: Long-term effects of divorce on interindividual differences in personality development
    Regula Lehmann, UZh
  • Correlated change of subjective and objective memory performance
    Anna Mascherek, UZh
  • How do differential components contribute to prospective memory performance across the lifespan?
    Florentina Mattli, UZh
  • How fast? How far? How long? Infants’ sensitivity to time, speed, and distance interrelations
    Wenke Möhring, UZh
  • Exploring genetic predispositions for dopaminergic modulation of episodic memory aging
    Goran Papenberg, MPIB
  • How do college students evaluate claims?
    Fernando Rodriguez, UM
  • Infants’ tracking of non-cohesive physical entities
    Simone Schaub, UZh
  • Genetic influences on age-related brain functional reorganization of implicit and explicit learning
    Nicolas Schuck, HU
  • Subgroups of cyberbullying involvement and psychosocial indicators of youth behavior
    Anja Schultze-Krumbholz, FU
  • The impact of labor market marginalization on social and cultural participation in Germany
    Bettina Sonnenberg, DIW
  • Mama, Nana, and friends: The buffering effect of social relations on the stress–depression relationship in children
    Alvin Thomas, UM

Fellow Posters

  • Age differences in the neural representation of working memory revealed by multi-voxel pattern analysis
    Joshua Carp, UM
  • Longitudinal transactions between maternal distress and children’s externalizing problems: The role of effortful control
    Daniel Ewon Choe, UM
  • Modeling inter- and intraindividual variability in intensive longitudinal data on student achievement
    Fidan Gasimova, HU
  • How grandparenthood affects the transition to retirement
    Dalit Jaeckel, University of Basel & UZh
  • Up one minute — down the next: affective variability from late childhood to early adulthood
    Kathrin Klipker, MPIB
  • How to beat procrastination — it’s in the focus: The influence of goal focus on procrastination
    Kathrin Krause, UZh
  • Children’s developing understanding of omniscience
    Jonathan D. Lane, UM
  • A new treatment approach for depression in old age: Life-review intervention with computer supplements
    Barbara Preschl, UZh
  • Acculturation of immigrant youth as a function of discrimination, family characteristics, and ethnicity
    Anne Reitz, HU
  • Cortical phase synchronization and interbrain connectivity in guitar duets
    Johanna Sänger, MPIB
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