»Children are born with enormous potential for development. It is our job to help them develop this potential – to empower them to seize opportunities and overcome difficulties.«
Dr. Babett Voigt
Regulation problems such as crying, feeding and sleeping problems are common in the first year of life. This working group is concerned with the long-term consequences of regulation problems and their significance for the development of mental disorders. A better understanding of the interplay of child and parental characteristics in the development and treatment of regulation problems is the focus of our research.