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Jun.-Prof. Dr. Robert Hepach

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Methoden zur Erforschung frühkindlicher Entwicklung

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since September 2016 Assistant Professor, Leipzig University
April 2016 - March 2017 Teaching Fellow Department of Psychology, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
April - August 2016 Visiting Professor Department of Psychology, University of Göttingen, Germany
since January 2013 Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
2010-2013 PhD in Psychology (Dr. rer. nat.) 
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig 
Leipzig University
2008-2009 M.Res. in Psychology 
Oxford Brookes University
2005-2007 B.Sc. in Psychology 
University of Konstanz

Publikationen

Aus den Jahren 2015-2017 (alle anzeigen).
  • Hepach, Robert; Vaish, A.; Tomasello, M. : (2017). The fulfillment of others’ needs elevates children’s body posture. Developmental psychology, 53(1), 100.
  • Hepach, Robert: (2016) Motive for young children’s developing concern for others‘ well-Being as a core motive for developing prosocial behavior. In C. Brand (Ed.), Dual-Process theories in moral psychology: Interdisciplinary approaches to theoretical, rmpirical and practical considerations (pp. 101-117). Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien.
  • Hepach, Robert; Vaish, A.; Tomasello, M. : (2016). Children's intrinsic motivation to provide help themselves after accidentally harming others. Child Development
  • Hepach, Robert: (2016). Prosocial Arousal in Children. Child Development Perspectives.
  • Hepach, Robert; Westermann, G.: (2016). Pupillometry in infancy research. Journal of Cognition and Development, 17(3), 359-377
  • Hepach, Robert; Kante, N.; Tomasello, M. : (2016). Toddlers Help a Peer. Child Development.
  • Hepach, Robert; Haberl, K.; Lambert, S.; Tomasello, M. : (2016). Toddlers help anonymously (advance online). Infancy.
  • Hepach, Robert; Vaish, A.; Grossmann, T.; Tomasello, M. : (2016). Young children want to see others get the help they need. Child Development, 87(6), 1703-1714.
  • Hepach, Robert; Vaish, A.; Tomasello, M. : (2015). Novel paradigms to measure variability of behavior in early childhood: Posture, gaze, and pupil dilation. Frontiers in Psychology, 6: 858

Vorträge und Präsentationen

Invited Talks (recent)

2017

Department of Developmental Psychology, TU Dresden, January
Department of Social Psychology, Leipzig University, January


2016

Heart Center University Clinic Leipzig, Dezember
University of Hamburg, December

University of Halle, November
Leopoldina Academy of Sciences Wittenberg, August
University of Magdeburg, January

Conference Presentations (recent)

2017

Hepach, R. & Tomasello, M. Being helped elevates children’s body posture. Paper presented at SRCD, Austin

Hepach, R., Benziad, L., & Tomasello, M. Paternalism in human children and non-human primates. Paper presented at SRCD, Austin

Hepach, R., Benziad, L., & Tomasello, M. Paternalism in human children. Paper presented at ICPS, Vienna

2016

Hepach, R. Die frühkindlichen Urspru?nge des Gefu?hls, Anderen geholfen zu haben, Tagung Kind ind Moral, November

Hepach, R. Eye-tracking and Pupillometry in Developmental Psychology Research, MASCD Workshop, October

Hepach, R., Evolutionäre Ursprünge menschlichen Sozialverhaltens, Leopoldina Academy of Sciences Halle, October


Hepach, R., Vaish, A., Müller, K., & Tomasello, M. Children’s intrinsic motivation to repair and keep up relationships. Paper presented at DGPS, Leipzig

Hepach, R., Vaish, A., & Tomasello, M. Changes in chimpanzees’ internal arousal in response to witnessing conspecifics being helped. Paper presented at IPS, Chicago

Hepach, R., Vaish, A., Müller, K. & Tomasello, M. Flexibility in children’s intrinsic motivation to help others. Paper presented at ICIS, New Orleans.

Hepach, R., Vaish, A., & Tomasello, M. Young children’s underlying motivation to help a recipient changes if they are responsible for accidentally harming her. Poster presented at ICIS, New Orleans.

Hepach, R., Vaish, A., & Tomasello, M. Children’s Positive Affect is Reflected in Systematic Changes in Postural Elevation. Poster presented at ICIS, New Orleans.

Zuletzt aktualisiert: Donnerstag, 30. März 2017 22:12