z-proso Research Workshop

Vorschaubild Workshop

October 27, 2018, 09:00 AM - 17:15 PM
Jacobs Center, 5th Floor, AND 5.29
Andreasstrasse 15, 8050 Zürich

A non-public event

Presentations

Schools, Educational Success, and Social Development

Sara Valdebenito, University of Cambridge
Cross-Lagged associations between oppositional behaviour and teacher-student bond during adolescence (PDF, 2795 KB)

Noemi Pereda & Ana Martina Greco, University of Barcelona
The Research Group on Child and Adolescent Victimization and the z-proso (PDF, 3016 KB)

Comparative Analyses of Victimization and Perpetration

Ingrid Obsuth, University of Edinburgh
Poly-victimisation over time: subtypes, relational predictors and mental health outcomes (PDF, 507 KB)

Margit Averdijk, University of Zurich
Childhood predictors of violent victimization at age 17: The role of early social behavioral tendencies (PDF, 702 KB)

Izabela Zych & Vicente Llorent, University of Cordoba
Stability and change in bullying roles: A latent class and latent transition analysis (PDF, 1051 KB)

Development of Psychopathologies

Urs Hepp & Niklaus Stulz, University of Zurich & Integrierte Psychiatrie Winterthur/Zürcher Unterland
Does physical attractiveness matter? Gender differences in self-rated physical attractiveness and its relation to mental health across adolescence (PDF, 639 KB)

Aja Murray, University of Edinburgh
Developmental trajectories of ADHD symptoms across childhood and adolescence in z-proso (PDF, 697 KB)

Violence, Delinquency & Decision-Making

Jean-Louis Van Gelder & Ivy Defoe, University of Twente
The reciprocal relation between risk factors, short-term mindsets and delinquency (PDF, 3978 KB)

Heiko Rauhut & Alexander Ehlert, University of Zurich
Decision-making games in z-proso (PDF, 6437 KB)

Innovations in z-proso: The Add-on Studies

Aja Murray, University of Edinburgh
D2M: A ‘decade-to-minutes’ multi-timeframe study of aggression (PDF, 883 KB)

Todd Hare & Ana Cubillo, University of Zurich
Neurobiological correlates of lifetime violence experiences on social decision-making (PDF, 7596 KB)