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Early Childhood Development

Faculty of Education at Leipzig University
Jahnallee 59
D-04109 Leipzig

 

© Nori Blume
Dipl. Päd. Katja Kirsche
Research Coordinator
Madlen Bartholmeß
Assistant (Administration)
M.Sc. Stella Gerdemann
Research Group Early Childhood Development
M. Sc. Süheyla Yilmaz
Research Group Early Childhood Development
Dr. Ulrike Kachel
Research Assistant
B.Sc. Amelie Conrad
Research Assistant
Dr. Christine Michel
Research Group Early Childhood Development
M. Sc. Nele Becker
Research Group Early Childhood Development
Emotions
Hurt Feelings and Sulking Behavior
Social Assortment
Social Climate
Social Cognition
Social Learning
Social Motivation
Conformity
Games, Cultures and Values
Research Methods in Early Child Development
Social Attention
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Non-human Primates
Humans

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Research Group Michel