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Dipl. Psych. Monique Landberg

 

Dipl.-Psych. Monique Landberg

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Humboldtstraße 27

D - 07743 Jena


Room : D 004

Phone: +49 (0)3641-945247

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Research interests:

  • Emerging Adulthood
  • Work and partnership goals and values
  • Possible Selves
  • Qualitative interviews


Education:

  • since September 2015
Research scientist in the project "Research Scientist in the research project „Constructing
AcTiveCitizensHip with European Youth: Policies, Practices,
Challenges and Solutions CATCH-EyoU“
  •  Current
 Ph.D. student at the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Jena, Germany
  • 10/2010
Diploma in Psychology, University of Jena, Germany
  
  

International experience:

  • 06/2012
International Summer School in Qualitative Research Methods in Education – Advanced Grounded Theory, Rovereto, Italy
  • 03/2012 - 04/2012
Visting PhD student at the University of Trient, Rovereto, Italy (Prof. Massimiliano Tarozzi)
  • 08/2009 - 12/2009
Exchange semester at the Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • 02/2008 - 08/2008
Exchange semester at the University of Berne, Switzerland

Publications:

Landberg, M. & Noack, P. (2015). Prädiktoren von berufsbezogenen Orts- und Richtungswechseln von jungen Erwachsenen und die Rolle von Agency. In S. Schmidt-Lauff,
H. von Felden, & H. Pätzold (Eds). Transitionen in der Erwachsenenbildung. Gesellschaftliche, institutionelle und individuelle Übergänge, S. 161-174. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Erziehungswissenschaften: Verlag Barbara Budrich.

Lee, B., Landberg, M., & Lee, K.-H. (2015). The change of work value endorsement among Korean adolescents and its association with socioeconomic status. International Journal of Educational and Vocational Guidance. doi: 10.1007/s10775-014-9284-0

Haase, C. M., Landberg, M., Lüdke, K., Schmidt, C., & Silbereisen, R. K. (2011). The later, the better? Early, average, and late timing of sexual experiences in adolescence and psychosocial adjustment in young adulthood. European Psychologist. doi: 10.1027/1016-9040/a000082

Conference contributions:

Landberg, M. (2015, October). Social trust, social ties, and well-being in Emerging Adulthood. Organized Symposium at the Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Miami, Florida.

Recksiedler, C. & Landberg, M. (2015, October). The more, the merrier? The relationship between social trust and number of close friends over the great recession years in Germany. Paper presented at the Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Miami, Florida.

Landberg, M. & Noack, P. (October, 2015). Disadvantaged young adults: The value of work and perception of extra-vocational training. Paper presented at the Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Miami, Florida.

Landberg, M. & Noack, P. (2015, August). Freunde fürs Leben! - Einfluss von Freunden auf Entwicklungsaufgaben im jungen Erwachsenenalter. Vortrag im Rahmen der 22. Tagung der Fachgruppe Entwicklungspsychologie, Frankfurt am Main. 

Landberg, M. &  Noack, P. (2014, September). Richtungswechsel oder Richtungsanpassung? - Korrelate von Berufs- und Unternehmenswechseln von jungen Erwachsenen und deren Zusammenhang mit Wohlbefinden. Vortrag bei der Jahrestagung der Sektion Erwachsenenbildung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Erziehungswissenschaften (DGfE): "Transitionen in der Erwachsenenbildung: Gesellschaftliche, institutionelle und individuelle Übergänge", Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main.

Landberg, M. &  Noack, P. (2014, September). ...and they all lived happily ever after - Possible Selves of Emerging Adults attending university or a vocational training. Paper presented at the EARA (Association for Research on Adolescence) Conference, Çesme, Turkey.

Landberg, M. &  Noack, P. (2014, September). The meaning of detours in the life path of Emerging Adults - a Grounded Theory study. Paper presented at the EARA (Association for Research on Adolescence) Conference, Çesme, Turkey.

Landberg, M., Lee, B., & Noack, P. (2013, October). Are Critical Life Events Key and Not SES Socioeconomic Status, Critical Life Events and Emerging Adulthood Characteristics? Paper presented at the Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Chicago, Illinois.

Landberg, M., & Noack, P. (2013, October). Detours of Working Young Adults - What Is Related to the Indirect Course? Poster presented at the Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Chicago, Illinois.

Landberg, M., & Noack, P. (2012, October). The vocational training for disadvantaged young adults. From a detour back on track-life taught them motivation. Poster presented at the Themed Meeting "Transitions from Adolescence to Adulthood" of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD), Tampa, Florida.

Landberg, M. (2012, June). Disadvantaged young adults in vocational training are motivated - but for what reasons? Talk at the University of Kent, Canterbury, England.

Landberg, M. (2012, April). From a detour back on track - a Grounded Theory study on disadvantaged young adults in vocational training. Talk at the University of Trento at Rovereto, Italy.

Landberg, M., Haase, C. M., Lüdke, K., Schmidt, C., & Silbereisen, R. K. (2009, October). Correlates of early and late timing of sexual experiences in emerging adulthood: Findings from two nationally representative German studies. Poster presented at the Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Atlanta, GA.



Professional Experience:

  • Summer term 2015
 Undergraduate seminar "Friendships in young adulthood as 'linked lives'"
  • Winter term 2014/15
Undergraduate seminar "Friendships in young adulthood"
  • Winter term 2013/14
Graduate seminar “Processes in learning and education in institutional contexts”

Undergraduate seminar “Motivation in various areas of Psychology“
  • Winter term 2012/13
Undergraduate seminar “Pathways to training and into working life for disadvantaged young adults”
  • Summer term 2012
Undergraduate seminar “Education, training and working life in Emerging Adulthood”