LEAD Graduate School & Research Network

Events in 2018

22.11.2018

LEAD Lecture Series

Prof. Dr. Carlo Barone (Sciences Po, Observatoire Sociologique de Changement, Paris), "Parental book reading and children’s language skills: evidence from a randomised trial”

26.10.2018

Tag der Wissenschaft für Bildungsadministration und -praxis

19.10.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Roger Azevedo (University of Central Florida), Assessing Real-Time Self-Regulatory Processes using Multimodal Process Data: Implications for Intelligent Systems

18.10.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Susanne Narciss (Technische Universität Dresden), Design and Evaluation of Formative Feedback Strategies: Issues and Challenges viewed from the Interactive Tutoring Feedback Model

18.10.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Elizabeth Tipton (Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois), Designing randomized trials with populations in mind

17.10.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Alex Housen (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), What the eyes don’t see, or the ears don’t hear, the mind won’t learn: Investigating L2 learning difficulty and learning difficult structures in a second language

17.10.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Jan Plass (New York University), Design Factors for Games to Train Cognitive Skills

23.-27.07.2018

LEAD Summer School

LEAD Summer School in Second Language Aquisition

18.-20.07.2018 LEAD PhD Student Summer Meeting
13.07.2018

Tübingen Summer Series on Personality Psychology

Mathias Allemand (University of Zurich), "Personality Change Matters: Long-Term Effects from Adolescence to Adulthood"

12.07.2018

Tübingen Summer Series on Personality Psychology

Patrick Hill (Washington University in St. Louis), "Understanding the Benefits of Leading a Purposeful Life"

12.07.2018

Tübingen Summer Series on Personality Psychology

Lex Borghans and Trudie Schils (Maastricht University), "School Dropout in the Netherlands: Early Cognitive Versus Non-cognitive Factors"

11.07.2018

Tübingen Summer Series on Personality Psychology

Richard Göllner, Gundula Stoll, and Marion Spengler (University of Tübingen), "Personality Research in Tübingen"

11.07.2018

Tübingen Summer Series on Personality Psychology

Jordan P. Davis (University of Southern California), "Just Count to Ten: The Role of Self-Regulation and Exposure to Violence on Substance Use Outcomes Among At-Risk Youth"

10.07.2018

Tübingen Summer Series on Personality Psychology

Dr. Arthur Poropat (Griffith University, Australia), "Taking the Lexical Hypothesis Seriously"

10.07.2018

Tübingen Summer Series on Personality Psychology

Dr. Bart Wille (University of Antwerp, Belgium), "The Changing Nature of Vocational Interests"

09.07.2018

Tübingen Summer Series on Personality Psychology

Prof. Dr. Brent Roberts (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA), Thinking About Interventions in Education Using the Sociogenomic Trait Intervention Model

31.05.2018

Virtual Conference

"Collaboration in the Human Sciences"

18.04.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Eric Bettinger (Stanford University's School of Education), The Promise and Perils of Cluster-based Randomized Trials

18.04.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Roger Azevedo (North Carolina State University), Assessing Real-Time Self-Regulatory Processes using Multimodal Process Data: Implications for Intelligent Systems

19.04.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Gabriele Oettingen (New York University), Future Thought and Behavior Change

19.04.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Peter Gollwitzer (New York University and University of Konstanz), If-Then Planning and Goal Attainment

20.04.2018

LEAD Retreat

Prof. Dr. Cristina Sanz (Lic. Universitat de Barcelona), It’s complicated: individual differences and contextual variables in language immersion during study abroad

19.-23.03.2018

ICO Spring School

ICO International Spring School 2018