Franziska Vogel, MSc. Psych.

Research and Teaching Scientist

Markusplatz 3, 96047 Bamberg

Room M3N/01.31
Tel.: 0951/863-1896
Fax: 0951/863-1181
E-Mail: franziska.vogel(at)uni-bamberg.de

Consultation-hour: by arrangement

Research Interests

Attachment, temperament and parent-child-interaction in toddlers and infants

Academic Background

10/2008 - 07/2011 Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the Paris-Lodron-University of Salzburg

10/2011 - 01/2014 Master of Science with honours in Psychology at the Paris-Lodron-University of Salzburg

since 03/2014 Research and teaching scientist at the Chair of Psychology I - Developmental Psychology (Prof. Dr. S. Weinert) at the Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg

Publications

Linberg, A., Mann, D., Attig, M., Vogel, F., Weinert, S. & Roßbach, H.-G. (2019). Assessment of interactions with the macro-analytic rating system of parent-child-interactions in the NEPS at the child’s age of 7, 17, and 26 months (NEPS Survey Paper No. 51). Germany: Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories, National Educational Panel Study.

Vogel, F., von Rauchhaupt, N., Oberender, S., Moser, M., Schernhardt, P. & Schabus, M. (2014). Kleine Babys, große Probleme. Therapeutische Interaktionsanalyse und videobasierte Intervention bei Kleinkindern mit Regulationsstörungen. Psychologie in Österreich, 5, 358-371.

Oral and Poster Presentations

Putnam, S., …, Vogel, F., … (2019, March). Cultural influences on temperament development: Findings from the global temperament project. Oral presentation at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD), Baltimore, Maryland, US.

Putnam, S., …, Vogel, F., … (2018, July). The global temperament project: Infant surgency, negative affectivity, and regulatory capacity in 31 countries. Oral presentation at the 21st International Congress of Infant Studies (ICIS), Philadelphia, US.

Vogel, F. (2018, May). Situational effects on the interactional behavior of mother-child-dyads. Poster presented at the 16th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH), Rome, Italy.

Vogel, F. & Weinert, S. (2017, August). Child and parent’s temperament and ist influence on parental sensitivity. Poster presented at the 18th European Conference on Developmental Psychology (ECDP), Utrecht, Netherlands.

May 2017: Einflüsse kindlichen und elterlichen Temperaments auf Feinfühligkeit und Bindungssicherheit in der Mutter-Kind-Dyade – Erste Ergebnisse aus der ViVA-Studie. Oral presentation in the context of the colloquium of the chair of Developmental Psychology, Otto-Friedrich-University, Bamberg, Germany.

January 2017: Mutter-Kleinkind-Interaktion, Temperament und Bindung - aktuelle Forschung an der Uni Bamberg. Oral presentation in the context of the research seminar of the chairs of Developmental Psychology and Educational Psychology, Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen, Germany.

Oktober 2016: Förderung sicherer Bindungen und feinfühligen Elternverhaltens im frühen Kleinkindalter. Oral presentation at the conference "Familie und Gesundheit: Gesundes Aufwachsen von Anfang an (PAT – mit Eltern Lernen)", Nürnberg, Germany.

Vogel, F. & Weinert, S. (2016, September). Das kindliche Bindungsverhalten mittels des TAS-45: Sehen Mütter und Forscher das Gleiche?. Poster presented at the 50th Conference of the German Association of Psychology (DGPs), Leipzig, Germany.

Vogel, F., Freund, J.-D. & Weinert, S. (2016, July). Effects depending on situation? Ecological validity of the NEPS-assessment of the quality of mother-child interaction: Results from the ViVA-project. Poster presented at the NEPS (National Educational Panel Study) User Training, Bamberg, Germany.

Vogel, F., Freund, J.-D. & Weinert, S. (2016, July). A German version of the Toddler-Attachment-Sort-45 (TAS-45) - operationalization and results. Poster presented at the 24th Biennal Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD), Vilnius, Lithuania.

Vogel, F., Freund, J.-D. & Weinert, S. (2016, May). Mothers versus researchers - results of a German version of the Toddler-Attachment-Sort-45-Item (TAS-45). Poster presented at the 15th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH 2016), Prague, Czech Republic.

February 2016: Mögliche Fragestellungen zum Zusammenwirken von Interaktionsqualität, Temperament von Eltern und Kind und der Bindungsqualität in der ViVA-Studie. Oral presentation in the context of the research seminar of the chair of Developmental Psychology, Otto-Friedrich-University, Bamberg, Germany.

Vogel, F., Freund, J.-D. & Weinert, S. (2015, September). Vergleichbarkeit von Interaktionsmaßen über verschiedene Situationen bei Säuglingen: Ergebnisse des Projekts ViVA. Poster presented at the 22nd meeting of the developmental psychology section (EPSY) of the German Association of Psychology (DGPs), Frankfurt, Germany.

November 2014: Bindung – Ihre Entwicklung und Förderung in der Praxis. Oral presentation at the Fachtagung „Familienbildung – Chance für die frühe Bildung“ (Familienregion Bamberg), Bamberg, Germany.

July 2014: Theoretische Überlegungen zu Mutter-Kind-Interaktion und der Passung von Temperament. Oral presentation in the context of the research seminar of the chair of Developmental Psychology, Otto-Friedrich-University, Bamberg, Germany.

von Rauchhaupt, N., Oberender, S., Vogel, F., Schernhardt, P. & Schabus, M. (2014, April). Effects of a video-based intervention for regulatory disorders and determinants of early parent-child interaction. Poster presented at the 11th symposium of the Austrian Society of Psychology (ÖGP), Wien, Austria.

Vogel, F., Oberender, S. von Rauchhaupt, N., Schernhardt, P. & Schabus, M. (2013, September). Effects of a video-based intervention for regulatory disorders and determinants of mother-child interaction. Poster presented at the 21st annual meeting of the developmental psychology section (EPSY) of the German Psychological Association (DGP), Saarbrücken, Germany.

Göhringer, F., Vogel, F. & Pill, L. (2011, January). Milton’s lost letter technique – gender differences in prosocial behaviour. Poster presented at the 1st Student Conference of Psychological Assessment, Salzburg, Austria.