Center for Developmental & Applied Psychological Science

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    Teglgaardsplads 1, 12 sal

    900 Aalborg

    Denmark

Organisation profile

Organisation profile

Center for Developmental & Applied Psychological Science - also known as CeDAPS - is a research unit at The Department of Communication and Psychology – Aalborg University, Denmark.

CeDAPS is emerged from the former Cognitive Psychology Unit or CPU. 

Aim of Center for Developmental & Applied Psychological Science

The aim of CeDAPS is to investigate theoretical, empirical and applied aspects of human lifelong development. The CeDAPS gives students at Aalborg University the opportunity to learn research tehcniques in psychology from an applied and problem-based approach. Particular expertise exists in the areas of general and applied approaches to memory, typical and atypical development, communication and culture. 

We provide research based teaching and supervision at the Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. level. Notably we run two Graduate programmes: One programme is on applied cognitive development with youth and adults – KANUK, which in addition to Danish students also hosts Erasmus and exchange students from across the world and is in collaboration with the psychology department at Seville University, Spain. The second programme is a Clinic for Developmental Communication Disorders - DCD. The clinic offers short term assessment and intervention for school-age children and is in collaboration with NASUD and School of Health Sciences,  City University, London.

We provide supervision in Danish, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian and Slovakian.

Keywords

  • Psychology
  • Developmental
  • Applied
  • Psychological
  • Science
  • human
  • memory
  • development
  • communication
  • culture
  • cognition
  • cognitive
  • therapy
  • neuropsychology
  • dynamic
  • assessment
  • animal assisted intervention
  • rehabilitation psychology
  • rehabilitation

UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Our work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

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  • Research data supporting "Cross-linguistic patterns in the acquisition of quantifiers"

    Katsos, N. (Creator), Cummins, C. (Contributor), Ezeizabarrena, M. (Contributor), Gavarró, A. (Contributor), Kraljević, J. K. (Contributor), Hrzica, G. (Contributor), Grohmann, K. K. (Contributor), Skordi, A. (Contributor), Jensen de López, K. M. (Creator), Sundahl, L. (Contributor), Van Hout, A. (Contributor), Hollebrandse, B. (Contributor), Overweg, J. (Contributor), Faber, M. (Contributor), Van Koert, M. (Contributor), Smith, N. (Contributor), Vija, M. (Contributor), Zupping, S. (Contributor), Kunnari, S. (Contributor), Morisseau, T. (Contributor), Rusieshvili, M. (Contributor), Yatsushiro, K. (Contributor), Fengler, A. (Contributor), Varlokosta, S. (Contributor), Konstantzou, K. (Contributor), Farby, S. (Contributor), Guasti, M. T. (Contributor), Vernice, M. (Contributor), Okabe, R. (Contributor), Isobe, M. (Contributor), Crosthwaite, P. (Contributor), Hong, Y. (Contributor), BalČiuniene, I. (Contributor), Nizar, Y. M. A. (Contributor), Grech, H. (Contributor), Gatt, D. (Contributor), Cheong, W. N. (Contributor), Asbjørnsen, A. (Contributor), Von Torkildsen, J. K. (Contributor), Haman, E. (Contributor), Miȩkisz, A. (Contributor), Gagarina, N. (Contributor), Puzanova, J. (Contributor), Andelković, D. (Contributor), Savić, M. (Contributor), Jošić, S. (Contributor), Slaňcová, D. (Contributor), Kapalková, S. (Contributor), Barberán, T. (Contributor), Özge, D. (Contributor), Hassan, S. (Contributor), Chan, C. Y. H. (Contributor), Okubo, T. (Contributor), Van Der Lely, H. (Contributor), Sauerland, U. (Contributor) & Noveck, I. (Contributor), Cambridge University Press, 15 Jul 2016

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