Organisation profile

Layman's description

Lifespan Psychology examines patterns of change and stability in psychological characteristics across the life course, departing from a positive view on human development.

Research of faculty staff members within the area of lifespan psychology is focused at studying well-being or more broadly formulated positive mental health across the lifespan and can be described along four major research lines with associated research questions: (1) The study of positive growth change (2) The study of positive aging (3) The study of human-animal interaction in daily life (4) The study of the effectiveness and working mechanisms underlying coaching.


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