International Workshop “Dyslexia and traumatic experiences”

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International Workshop “Dyslexia and traumatic experiences”
Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Faculty of Bioscience, Pharmacy, and Psychology
International Workshop “Dyslexia and Traumatic Experiences”
Program
December 5th 2014
10:00 – 10:30 Opening Ceremony. Location: Old Senate Hall Ritter Street 26.
- Chair of the Workshop, Prof. Dr. Evelin Witruk,
- Vice rector of Research of the University of Leipzig, Prof. Dr. Matthias Schwarz,
- Dean of the Faculty of Bio-sciences, Pharmacy and Psychology, Prof. Dr. Erich Schröger
10:30 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 12:30 Session 1 Dyslexia. Moderator: Samudra Senarath.
Location: New Senate Hall Ritter Street 26
11:00 – 11:30 Evelin Witruk
University of Leipzig,
Dyslexia - New perspectives on an old
Germany
phenomenon
11:30 – 12:00 Arndt Wilcke
Fraunhofer Institut für
LEGASCREEN – Genes & EEG in early
dyslexia diagnostics
Zelltherapie und
Immunologie Leipzig,
Germany
Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Faculty of Bioscience, Pharmacy, and Psychology
12:00 – 12:30 Marcus Stück
DPFH Zwickau,
Germany
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 15:30 Session 2 Dyslexia. Moderator: Shally Novita.
Location: New Senate Hall Ritter Street 26
14:00 – 14:30 Samudra Senarath
University of Colombo,
Sri Lanka
14:30 – 15:00 Teona Lodia
Public Javachischwili
University of Tbilissi,
Georgia
15:00 – 15:30 Ouafa Raziq
University of Hassan II,
Marokko
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 – 17:30 Session 3 Dyslexia. Moderator: Arndt Wilcke.
Location: New Senate Hall Ritter Street 26
16:00 – 16:15 Regine Eichhorn
University of Leipzig,
Germany
16:15 – 16:45 R.D.C. Niroshinie
University of Colombo,
Sri Lanka
Die Wirkung von Entspannungsmethoden auf
sprachliche Störungsmuster
Knowledge and attitudes of teachers regarding
dyslexic children in Sri Lanka
Entwicklungsmerkmale der für den Schreib-,
Lese- und Rechenerwerb notwendigen
Basiskompetenzen und ihr Bezug zur
Intelligenz und sozialen Intelligenz
Legasthenie in der Marokkanischen
Gesellschaft
Secondary symptoms and compensationmechanisms of dyslexic children
An inquiry into intervention strategies for
dyslexia
Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Faculty of Bioscience, Pharmacy, and Psychology
16:45 – 17:15 Daina Voita, Anda
Kaulina & D. Markus
RTTEMA University,
Riga, Latvia
17:15 – 17:45 Nina I. Bukovtsova
Samara State Academy
of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Russia
Integrative teaching methodology to decrease
the prevalence of specific reading disorders in
primary schools
Correction Work to Prevent Optic Dysgraphia
among Children with Minimal Brain
Dysfunctions
December 6th 2014
09:00 – 10:45
09:00 – 09:30
09:30 – 10:00
Session 4 Trauma. Moderator: Evelin Witruk.
Location: Neumarkt 9-19, Room 133
Konrad Reschke
University of Leipzig,
Germany
Hamid Reza
Khankeh & Maryam
Ranjbar
University of Social
Welfare and
Rehabilitation Sciences,
Tehran, Iran & Institute
of Humanities and Social
Studies, Tehran, Iran
20 years of research on trauma at the University
of Leipzig. Development of diagnostic and
therapeutic techniques
Emergency and disaster health-related
challenges and Improvement in Iran: A national
report
Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Faculty of Bioscience, Pharmacy, and Psychology
10:00 – 10:15
Juliet Roudini &
Evelin Witruk
Nadia Hanum &
Konrad Reschke
University of Leipzig,
Germany
University of Leipzig,
Germany
10:30 – 10:45
Wening Fikriyati &
Endah Puspita Sari
Islamic University of
Indonesia, Yogyakarta,
Indonesia
10:45 – 11:15
11:15 – 12:30
Coffee break
Session 5 Trauma. Moderator: Hamid Reza Khankeh.
Location: Neumarkt 9-19, Room 133
Yumi Lee
University of Leipzig,
Teen suicide in South Korea: From across multiGermany
layered ecological context
10:15 – 10:30
11:15 – 11:45
11:45 – 12:15
Miae Yoo & Uichol
Kim
Inha University, South
Korea
12:15 – 12:45
Asanka Bulathwatta
University of Leipzig,
Germany
12:45 – 14:15
Lunch break
Consequences of trauma experiences in Iran
Indonesian drivers behavior: Accident caused by
bad driving behavior can lead to post-traumatic
stress disorders
Resilience among female spousal caregiver of
schizophrenia patients
School violence, delinquency, and stress in
Korea: Psychological, relational, and cultural
perspectives
Traumatic experiences among university students
Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Faculty of Bioscience, Pharmacy, and Psychology
14:15 – 15:45
14:15 – 14:45
14:45 – 15:15
15:15 – 15:45
Session 6 General. Moderator: Endah Puspita Sari.
Location: Neumarkt 9-19, Room 133
Bodo Krause
Humboldt University,
Methodische Entwicklungen in der qualitativen
Berlin, Germany
Persönlichkeitsforschung
Verbra Pfeiffer
University of Western
An investigation of L2 expressive writing in a
Cape, South Africa
tertiary institution in the Western Cape
Renate Topel
University of Magdeburg, Zu Kausalitätserklärungen im Werk Wilhelm
Wundts
Germany
15:45 – 16:15
Coffee break
16:15 – 17:30
Session 7 Trauma and General. Moderator: Verbra Pfeiffer.
Location: Neumarkt 9-19, Room 133
Jasem Al Mansour
Lehrpraxis Margort
Psychische Kriegsfolgen für syrische Kinder und
Rose, Leipzig, Germany Jugendliche
Samer Assaf
University of Leipzig,
Bericht über Datenerhebung in Flüchtlingslagern
Germany
in Syrien und Libanon
Adil Ishag
University of Leipzig,
Aspects of diglossia in Arabic language
Germany
Closing ceremony and party
Seminar room 2nd floor, Aufgang A
16:15 – 16:45
16:45 – 17:00
17:00 – 17:15
From 17:15
Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Faculty of Bioscience, Pharmacy, and Psychology
Poster Session
1
Roland Abeypala
2
Zarina Akbar
3
4
5
6
7
University of Colombo, Dyslexia in Sri Lanka: An overview of educational and schooling
Sri Lanka
system of Sri Lanka
University of Leipzig,
Germany
Asanka
University of Leipzig,
Bulathwatta
Germany
Guguangshu Gu & Wuhan Textile
Dian Utami
University, China &
University of Leipzig,
Germany
Yumi Lee, Julia
University of Leipzig,
Strobel & Evelin
Germany
Witruk
Katrim Alifa
Islamic University of
Putrikita & Endah Indonesia,
Puspita Sari
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
F. S. Stoeber,
EBC Hochschule
N. Brunisch, A.
Campus Leipzig,
Post-traumatic growth, coping, and disaster experience survivors
in Yogyakarta Province Indonesia
Aggression related and trauma among university students
Family elements of reading problems among children under Asian
environment
Teachers’ knowledge regarding students with dyslexia: A crosscultural comparison between Germany and South Korea
The relationship between cognitive emotion regulation and
anxiety among the third trimester of pregnant women
Dyslexia in preschool aged children: Knowledge and training
needs of education professionals
Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Faculty of Bioscience, Pharmacy, and Psychology
8
9
Frech, J.
Guenther, J.
Helbig, M.
Herkommer, I.
Hussner, J.
Lasske, A.
Maindok, F.
Manthey, V. Otto,
S. Pischke, A.
Schmidt, K.
Tronicke, & A.
Winkler
Tinatin
Tsertsvadze
Dian Utami &
Guguangshu Gu
10 Dian Veronika
Sakti Kaloeti &
Germany
Public Javachischwili
University of Tbilissi,
Georgia
University of Leipzig,
Germany & Wuhan
Textile University,
China
University of Leipzig,
Germany
Veränderung des Selbstbildes durch den Debattenunterricht
Parent-child Relationship of Indonesian and Chinese families in
crisis: Potential problems, risks, and preventions
Incarcerated parent rehabilitation programs: Enhancing positive
parent-child relationship inside a prison
Educational and Rehabilitative Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Faculty of Bioscience, Pharmacy, and Psychology
Evelin Witruk
11 B.D.D. Pathirana
12 G.R.K.
Dissanayake
13 Shally Novita &
Evelin Witruk
Peradeniya University,
Sri Lanka & University
of Leipzig, Germany
Peradeniya University,
Sri Lanka
University of Leipzig,
Germany
Interventions available to Sri Lankan children and their parents
pertaining to dyslexia
Trauma never ending: The impact of different forms of intimate
partner violence (IPV) on women`s psychological well-being
Anxiety and self-esteem profiles of children with dyslexia in
Germany and Indonesia
Remarks: Poster session will be presented during coffee and lunch breaks

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