Axel Schoelmerich
Axel Schoelmerich
Professor of Developmental Psychology, Ruhr-University Bochum
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The secure-base phenomenon across cultures: Children's behavior, mothers' preferences, and experts' concepts
G Posada, Y Gao, F Wu, R Posada, M Tascon, A Schöelmerich, A Sagi, ...
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 27-48, 1995
Cultural differences in maternal beliefs and behaviors: A study of middle‐class Anglo and Puerto Rican mother‐infant pairs in four everyday situations
RL Harwood, A Schoelmerich, PA Schulze, Z Gonzalez
Child development 70 (4), 1005-1016, 1999
Culture and class influences on Anglo and Puerto Rican mothers' beliefs regarding long‐term socialization goals and child behavior
RL Harwood, A Schoelmerich, E Ventura‐Cook, PA Schulze, SP Wilson
Child Development 67 (5), 2446-2461, 1996
Mothers’ socialisation goals and evaluations of desirable and undesirable everyday situations in two diverse cultural groups
B Leyendecker, ME Lamb, RL Harwood, A Schölmerich
International Journal of Behavioral Development 26 (3), 248-258, 2002
Culture and early infancy among central African foragers and farmers.
BS Hewlett, ME Lamb, D Shannon, B Leyendecker, A Schölmerich
Developmental psychology 34 (4), 653, 1998
Communication patterns in adult-infant interactions in Western and non-Western cultures
H Keller, A Scholmerich, I Eibl-Eibesfeldt
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 19 (4), 427-445, 1988
Frühe Bindung: Entstehung und Entwicklung
M Dornes, G Gloger-Tippelt, H Keller, A Lohaus, G Klann-Delius, ...
Ernst Reinhardt Verlag, 2022
Socialization goals among first-and second-generation migrant Turkish and German mothers
B Citlak, B Leyendecker, A Schölmerich, R Driessen, RL Harwood
International Journal of Behavioral Development 32 (1), 56-65, 2008
Internal working models, trust, and sharing among foragers
BS Hewlett, ME Lamb, B Leyendecker, A Schölmerich
Current Anthropology 41 (2), 287-297, 2000
Infant vocalizations and parental reactions during the first 4 months of life.
H Keller, A Schölmerich
Developmental Psychology 23 (1), 62, 1987
Homogeneity and heterogeneity in cultural belief systems
RL Harwood, A Schölmerich, PA Schulze
New directions for child and adolescent development 2000 (87), 41-57, 2000
The influence of low level pre-and perinatal exposure to PCDD/Fs, PCBs, and lead on attention performance and attention-related behavior among German school-aged children …
J Neugebauer, J Wittsiepe, M Kasper-Sonnenberg, N Schöneck, ...
International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 218 (1), 153-162, 2015
Between culture and biology
H Keller, YH Poortinga, A Schölmerich
Cambridge University Press, 2002
Parental investment strategies among Aka foragers, Ngandu farmers, and Euro-American urban-industrialists
BS Hewlett, ME Lamb, B Leyendecker, A Schölmerich
Adaptation and human behavior, 155-178, 2017
Playful interaction and the antecedents of attachment: A longitudinal study of Central American and Euro-American mothers and infants
B Leyendecker, ME Lamb, MP Fracasso, A Schölmerich, C Larson
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly (1982-), 24-47, 1997
Ethnic category labels, parental beliefs, and the contextualized individual: An exploration of the individualism-sociocentrism debate
RL Harwood, WP Handwerker, A Schoelmerich, B Leyendecker
Parenting: Science and practice 1 (3), 217-236, 2001
Contexts as moderators of observed interactions: A study of Costa Rican mothers and infants from differing socioeconomic backgrounds
B Leyendecker, ME Lamb, A Scholmerichia, M Del Fricke
International Journal of Behavioral Development 21 (1), 15-34, 1997
Growing up in foster families or institutions: Attachment representation and psychological adjustment of young adults
K Nowacki, A Schoelmerich
Attachment & Human Development 12 (6), 551-566, 2010
The cultural structuring of parenting and universal developmental tasks
PA Schulze, RL Harwood, A Schoelmerich, B Leyendecker
Parenting: science and practice 2 (2), 151-178, 2002
Influence of low-level prenatal exposure to PCDD/Fs and PCBs on empathizing, systemizing and autistic traits: results from the Duisburg birth cohort study
N Nowack, J Wittsiepe, M Kasper-Sonnenberg, M Wilhelm, A Schölmerich
PLoS One 10 (6), e0129906, 2015
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