An overview of the concluded activities of the Center for Lifespan Psychology can be found here. Some of the respective project or group leaders have moved to other research institutions and are mostly continuing their work on these research topics. You can find their papers from the period of their work at the Institute in the LIP publication list.
Brain Imaging Methods in Lifespan Psychology
This project, led by Nils Bodammer, was integrated into the Max Planck Research Group MR Physics in 2023. Click here for more information.
Cognitive and Neural Dynamics of Memory Across the Lifespan (ConMem)
This project was launched in 2009 by Yee Lee Shing (now at Goethe-Universität Frankfurt) and Markus Werkle-Bergner at the MPI for Human Development. From 2016, the project was co-led by Myriam Sander. In 2019, the ConMem project was concluded. Click here for an overview of its activities.
Sensorimotor-Cognitive Couplings (SensCog)
This project was concluded at the MPI for Human Development in 2018. It was led by Julius Verrel (meanwhile at Universität zu Lübeck). Click here for an overview of its activities.
Neuromodulation of Lifespan Cognition
This project was concluded at the MPI for Human Development in 2012 and is being continued at the Technische Universität Dresden by Shu-Chen Li.
Sofja Kovalevskaja Research Group
This group was led by Martin Lövdén (meanwhile at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm) from 2007 to 2010. The research focused on the plasticity of brain and behavior in adulthood and old age.