Dr. Ines Schindler

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Arbeitsbereich Methoden und Evaluation

Researcher

Ines Schindler

Dr. rer. nat.

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

10/2014 - 03/2015

Substitute Professor at the Chair “Differential Psychology and Diagnostics”, Department of Psychology, University of Potsdam

 04/2014 - 09/2014

Lecturer (1/3 position) at the Chair “Differential Psychology and Diagnostics”, Department of Psychology, University of Potsdam

Research Associate (1/3 position) in Project “Production and Perception of Emotion: An Affective Sciences Approach” (PROPEREMO; headed by Prof. Dr. Klaus R. Scherer, Prof. Dr. Winfried Menninghaus, and Prof. Dr. Michael Eid; founded by European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant awarded to Klaus R. Scherer), Department of Education and Psychology, Methods and Evaluation Division, Freie Universität Berlin

Research Associate (1/3 position) in Project “Being Moved” (headed by Prof. Dr. Winfried Menninghaus and Prof. Dr. Thomas Jacobsen), Department of Language and Literature, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt am Main

01/2014 - 03/2014

Research Associate (2/3 position) in Project „Production and Perception of Emotion: An Affective Sciences Approach“ (PROPEREMO; ERC Advanced Grant; headed by Prof. Dr. Klaus R. Scherer, Prof. Dr. Michael Eid, Prof. Dr. Winfried Menninghaus), Free University Berlin

and

Research Associate (1/3 position) in Project „Being Moved“ (headed by Prof. Dr. Winfried Menninghaus, Prof. Dr. Thomas Jacobsen), Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt am Main

02/2009 – 12/2013

Research Associate in Interdisciplinary Research Group „Adoration and Admiration“ (headed by Dr. Johannes Windrich), Cluster of Excellence “Languages of Emotion”, Free University Berlin

12/2007 – 11/2008

Postdoc with Prof. Dr. Rainer K. Silbereisen, Center for Applied Developmental Science, Friedrich Schiller University Jena

12/2005 – 11/2007

Postdoc with Prof. Dr. Cynthia A. Berg, Department of Psychology, University of Utah

01 – 04/2002

Visiting Ph.D. Research Fellow with Prof. Dr. John R. Nesselroade, Quantitative Psychology Department, University of Virginia

09/2000 – 09/2005

Predoctoral Fellow with Prof. Dr. Ursula M. Staudinger, Dresden University of Technology

2005

Dr. rer. nat., Dresden University of Technology

2000

Diploma in Psychology., Humboldt University Berlin





















Awards and Fellowships

  • 12/2007 – 05/2008 Return Grant of the German Research Foundation (DFG)
  • 12/2005 – 11/2007 Research Fellowship and Research Grant of the German Research Foundation (DFG)
  • 06/2006 Werner Straub Award of the Verein Psychologie-Kontakt e.V. for outstanding achievements during academic qualification
  • 01 – 03/2002 Fellowship of the German Academic Exchange Service (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, DAAD) for Ph.D.-research studies at the University of Virginia

Reviews for: Applied Cognitive Psychology, International Journal of Behavioral Development, International Journal of Aging and Human Development, Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, Journal of Happiness Studies, Personal Relationships, Psychology and Aging, Zeitschrift für Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie

Professional Memberships: American Psychological Association (APA), German Psychological Association (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie, DGPs), International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE), Society for the Study of Motivation (SSM)

Lectures on the topics

  • Personality Psychology
  • Psychological Diagnostics

Seminars on the topics

  • Advanced Diagnostics
  • Motivational development across the life span
  • Motivation and competence across the life span
  • Developmental tasks of midlife and old age
  • Development of self and personality in adulthood and old age
  • Cognitive development in childhood and adolescence
  • Continuity and discontinuity of development
  • Social development across the life span
  • Aesthetic and self-transcendent emotions
  • Being moved, being touched, rapture
  • Admiration and adoration
  • Role of emotions for life composition
  • Life-path decisions
  • Personal goals and goal striving across the life span; personal life investment
  • Interpersonal aspects of goal striving; shared goals; functions of collaboration
  • Attachment relationships
  • Processes of developmental regulation and successful development; well-being

Journal
Articles

  • Paech, J., Schindler, I., & Fagundes, C. P. (in press). Mastery matters most: How mastery and positive relations link attachment avoidance and anxiety to negative emotions. Cognition and Emotion.
  • Schindler, I., Paech, J., & Löwenbrück, F. (2015). Linking admiration and adoration to self-expansion: Different ways to enhance one’s potential. Cognition and Emotion, 29, 292-310.
  • Schindler, I. (2014). Relations of admiration and adoration with other emotions and well-being. Psychology of Well-Being: Theory, Research and Practice, 4:14.
  • Schindler, I., Dietrich, J., & Berg, C. A. (2014). Why collaborate with close others when choosing a college major? Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 4.
  • Schindler, I., Zink, V., Windrich, J., & Menninghaus, W. (2013). Admiration and adoration: Their different ways of showing and shaping who we are. Cognition and Emotion, 27, 85-118.

  • Fagundes, C. P., & Schindler, I. (2012). Making of romantic attachment bonds: Longitudinal trajectories and implications for relationship stability. Personal Relationships, 19, 723-742.

  • Berg, C. A., Schindler, I., Smith, T. W., Skinner, M., & Beveridge, R. M. (2011). Perceptions of the cognitive compensation and interpersonal enjoyment functions of collaboration among middle-aged and older married couples. Psychology and Aging, 26, 167-173.

  • Schindler, I., Berg, C. A., Butler, J. M., Fortenberry, K. T., & Wiebe, D. J. (2010). Late-midlife and older couples’ shared possible selves and psychological well-being during times of illness: The role of collaborative problem solving. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 65B, 416-424.

  • Schindler, I., Fagundes, C. P., & Murdock, K. W. (2010). Predictors of romantic relationship formation: Attachment style, prior relationships, and dating goals. Personal Relationships, 17, 97-105.

  • Schindler, I., & Tomasik, M. J. (2010). Life choices well made: How selective control strategies relate to career and partner decision processes. Motivation and Emotion, 34, 168-183.

  • Pinquart, M., & Schindler, I. (2009).Change of leisure satisfaction in the transition to retirement: A latent-class analysis. Leisure Sciences, 31, 311-329.

  • Berg, C. A., Schindler, I., & Maharajh, S. (2008). Adolescents’ and mothers’ perceptions of the cognitive and relational functions of collaboration and adjustment in dealing with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Family Psychology, 22, 865-874.

  • Schindler, I., & Staudinger, U. M. (2008). Obligatory and optional personal life investments in old and very old age: Validation and functional relations. Motivation and Emotion, 32, 23-36.

  • Pinquart, M., & Schindler, I. (2007). Changes of life satisfaction in the transition to retirement: A latent-class approach. Psychology and Aging, 22, 442-455.

  • Schindler, I., Staudinger, U. M., & Nesselroade, J. R. (2006). Development and structural dynamics of personal life investment in old age. Psychology and Aging, 21, 737-753.

Book
Chapters

  • Schindler, I., & Berg, C. A. (2014). Collaborative problem solving, crises, and well-being. In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of quality of life and well-being research. Springer.

  • Schindler, I. (2008). Persönlichkeitsentwicklung im Alter: Quelle positiver Veränderungen im Verkehrsverhalten? In B. Schlag (Hg.), Leistungsfähigkeit und Mobilität im Alter (S. 201-222). Köln: TÜV Media GmbH.

  • Staudinger, U. M., & Schindler, I. (2008). Produktives Leben im Alter: Aufgaben, Funktionen und Kompetenzen. In R. Oerter & L. Montada (Hrsg.), Entwicklungspsychologie (6. Aufl., S. 927-955). Weinheim: Beltz PVU.

  • Schindler, I., & Staudinger, U. M. (2005). Lifespan perspectives on self and personality: The dynamics between the mechanics and pragmatics of life. In W. Greve, K. Rothermund, & D. Wentura (Eds.), The adaptive self: Personal continuity and intentional self-development (pp. 3-30). Ashland, OH: Hogrefe & Huber.

  • Staudinger, U. M., & Schindler, I. (2002). Produktives Leben im Alter I: Aufgaben, Funktionen und Kompetenzen. In R. Oerter & L. Montada (Hrsg.), Entwicklungspsychologie (5. Aufl., S. 955-982). Weinheim: Beltz PVU.

  • Staudinger, U. M., & Schindler, I. (2002). Produktivität und gesellschaftliche Partizipation im Alter. In B. Schlag & K. Megel (Hrsg.), Mobilität und gesellschaftliche Partizipation im Alter (S. 64-86). Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.

Qualification Works

  • Schindler, I. (2015). Wie Entwicklungspfade entstehen und wohin sie führen: Die Rolle von Persönlichkeit, Beziehungen und Emotionen. Zusammenfassung der schriftlichen Habilitationsleistungen zur Habilitation am Fachbereich Erziehungswissenschaft und Psychologie der Freien Universität Berlin.

  • Schindler, I. (2005). Late-life development of personal life investment: The “musts” and “cans” of aging. Dresden: TUDpress.
  • Schindler, I. (2000). Die Optimierung der Zielauswahl und ihre Auswirkung auf die Zielbindung (Commitment). Diplomarbeit, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.

Further Publications

  • Schindler, I. (2008). Studying the formation of romantic relationships: A case for prospective online studies. Newsletter of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, 53, 21-24.