ET 7: Interactional dyadic learning: Developmental and Clinical Perspectives
Interactional dyadic learning is a key component for successful self-regulation. Variability in self-regulatory capacities depends on the quality of preceding interactional experiences. Interactional learning can be observed in caregiver-child dyads, romantic relationships, but also psychotherapy and counseling. Main goal of this ET is to explore dynamics and mechanisms of dyadic learning as predictor of successful development as well as their interplay with (epi-) genetic, endocrine and physiological factors in children and adults by applying cross-sectional, longitudinal, and interventional designs. The intervention component will make substantial use of video, drawing on elements of Video Intervention Therapy.
Speakers: C. Reck