THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8TH AT 6PM AT L’INSTITUT FRANÇAIS DE NORVEGE
Social-emotional development pertains to a specific aspect of child development. This process is gradual and integrative, enabling children to develop the capacity to comprehend, experience, express, and manage their emotions, as well as form meaningful relationships with others.
Social-emotional development serves as the foundation for a child to participate in various other developmental tasks. Positive social and emotional development is of great significance. Many mental health conditions (depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, borderline personality disorder, substance use disorders, and eating disorders), can be viewed through the perspective of social-emotional development, particularly concerning emotion regulation.
The event is in English.
- Conference & discussion
- French buffet
Through this Science Night, we invite you to attend two lectures on child’s socio-emotional psychology: our aim is to establish a meaningful dialogue between media and psychology. The speakers are:
Simon-Peter Neumer (Doctor philosophy/psychologist specialist from RBUP) will present his research about « Implementation and optimization of interventions for emotional disorders in children”.
Marie Danet (Doctor of psychology and researcher from Lille university) will talk about “Media use in family and children’s socioemotional development”. The presentation will focus on research into the links between parents’ digital uses and the parental practices related to media use in children in relation to parent-child relationship’s quality and children’s socio-emotional development.