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Project Pascal source code Step-by-Step
A broad variety of professional modules, based on the psychoanalytical and interdisciplinary trauma research on the one hand and socio-pedagogical and educational concepts on the other hand, has been intended to offer "first steps" as a sort of first aid in the initial refugee reception Michaelisdorf and to initiate "second steps" to support the immediate and sustaining integration into Germany at the same time.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project ERSTE SCHRITTE
The project FIRST STEPS is an early prevention project for families with an immigrant background aiming to sustainably support social integration of toddlers (0-3) .
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project Octet Stream EVA
The project EVA compares the effects of two established prevention programs – FAUSTLOS (“FISTLESS”) and EARLY STEPS in a sample of high risk children in kindergarten.
Located in Research / Themes / Adaptive Education
Project KiGru
The project KiGru offered children with complicated development conditions individual support and monitoring in the transition from kindergarten to primary school.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project MaKreKi
The interdisciplinary project MaKreKi uses a longitudinal design to examine the development of mathematical creativity in early childhood.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development
Project D source code NeuroBind
The project NeuroBind investigates the neural bases of the attachment system in children with different attachment styles using neuroimaging techniques (structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging). To activate their attachment system, children are shown different attachment relevant pictures and are asked to imagine themselves in secure and dangerous social situations. Correlations between brain activity and emotional reactions in response to those specific social situations are analyzed.
Located in Research / Themes / Individual Development