Research conducted by our research groups

The Clinical Psychology of Adulthood group conducts research on innovative approaches to intervention in clinical psychology and prevention in health psychology. The wide range of research foci includes clinical neuropsychology and neuroscience, gerontopsychology and intellectual impairments as well as psychotraumatology, emotion regulation, addiction, health and the Internet, new media and virtual realities. The group also researches ethical topics within health psychology, clinical psychology and psychotherapy.

Generally, the group aims at further developing theoretical models in health and clinical psychology by taking into account current bio-psychological findings and transforming these models into interventions backed by evidence for different fields of action and/or groups of disorders.