Clinical and Lifespan Psychology (KLEP)
Development of personality traits, personality disorders and psychopathology across the lifespan. Investigating developmental pathways - based on biological and psychosocial factors - towards vulnerability or protection for psychopathology and considering the evolution of personality characteristics across the life phases. oInfant development and parenting. Studying different aspects of infant development and parenting, such as parent-infant interactional synchronization, intersubjectivity, communication development, attachment processes, parenting behavior, parenting styles, motherhood and infanthood representations. oBio-physiological markers of the clinical manifestations of learning disabilities and the implications for interventions. Revealing the underlying bio-physiological correlates of the cognitive and behavioral manifestations of learning disabilities (dyslexia, dyscalculia) and its subtypes.