LFE

Profile of the Leipzig Research Center
for Early Child Development (LFE)

Colloquium

Once a month, members of the Center as well as scientists from thematically related institutions meet for a Research Colloquium. Past and recent dates can be found here.

Lecturers

stefanie

PD Dr. Stefanie Höhl
Max-Planck-Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
“Soziale Aufmerksamkeit und Lernen in der frühen Kindheit”




kiley

Dr. Kiley Hamlin
University of British Columbia, Vancouver
“The infantile origins of human morality: studies with preverbal infants and toddlers”




gregor

Dr. Gregor Kachel
Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
“How Toddlers Adjust to the Learning Affordances of Peer-Peer and Adult-Child Interaction: Comparing Communicative Skills Across Social Contexts”




katie

Dr. Katie Slocombe
University Of York
“What can chimpanzees tell us about the evolutionary roots of reference and joint attention?”




robert

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Robert Hepach
Leipzig University
“Emotions in the context of young children’s social comparison”




sveinung

Sveinung Sundfør Sivertsen
University Of Bergen
“By your own lights: A role for empirical data in ethical inquiry”




maria klein

Dr. Maria Plötner
Leipzig University
“Prosocial behavior: Interindividual differences from a clinical perspective”




anika

Dr. Anika Fiebich
University Of Milan
“A Three-Dimensional Approach to Cooperation: Implications for Social Cognition”




pascal

Dr. Pascal Vrticka
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
“A Social Neuroscience Perspective on Attachment Theory: State of the Art and Future Directions”