Field of Focus IVFunded Projects
Modern times require human adaptation to changes at multiple levels. Self-regulation refers to the process of adaptation within a given social entity (individual, organization, society) that aims at maintaining or achieving a defined goal state. In contrast, regulation refers to the rules and mechanisms that either restrict or support self-regulation.
In sum, FoF4 aims at becoming an internationally recognized interdisciplinary center for research in self-regulation and regulation. Together, we will explore processes of adaptation within the individual, within social systems of varying complexity, and between individuals, social systems and environmental conditions. Only by crossing disciplinary boundaries will it be possible to find answers to important questions regarding the present and future life of our society. During the past five years, FoF4 has supported small and medium size multidisciplinary cooperations. In the next step, we plan to promote larger research consortiums.
MAIN RESEARCH AREAS
4.3 Blackbox Sustainability
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kathrin Ackermann, IPW
Prof. Dr. Jan Rummel, Psychologisches Institut
4.9 Continuous Real-Time Monitoring
Using continuous real-time monitoring, analyses and feedback to bridge the knowledge-action gap.
Prof. Dr. Cornelia Wrzus
4.10 Multi-Level Regulation
A Matter of Aggregation Levels.
Prof. Dr. Henning Plessner
Stressregulation in Abhängigkeit von Geschlecht und Geschlechtsrollen - Selbstkonzept
Prof. Dr. Monika Sieverding, Prof. Dr. Beate Ditzen