Peter Klaver, Prof. Dr.

Category Persons

Head of Centre for Research and Knowledge Transfer / Professor

Klaver Peter
Telephone
+41 44 317 11 54
E-mail
peter.klaver [at] hfh.ch
Room
333
Organizational Unit
Zentrum Forschung und Wissenstransfer
Study Courses
  • Schulische Heilpädagogik

Tätigkeit an der HfH

  • Member of the Executive Board of the University
  • Member of the Sounding Board Researchers of the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences
  • Supervisory member of the Developmental Science Network Zurich
  • Supervisory member of the Network Research Special Education
  • Member of the Commission R&D of the Chamber PH of swissuniversities
  • Mentor in the programme Mentoring fff
  • Reviewer and supervisor doctorate in the field of psychology
  • Supervision of Master's theses in special education

Profil

  • Lecturer at the Department of Psychology, University of Zurich (since 2011)
  • Senior lecturer at the School of Psychology, University of Surrey, United Kingdom (2015-2018)
  • Member of the Ethics Committee of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zurich (2011-2015) and the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey, United Kingdom (2016-2018)
  • Senior Assistant at the Department of Psychopathology and Clinical Intervention, Institute of Psychology, University of Zurich (2010-2015)
  • Research Group Leader at the Centre for MR Research, University Children's Hospital Zurich (2009-2010)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for MR Research, University Children's Hospital Zurich (2006-2009)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Zurich (2005-2006)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow at the Epiclinic, University Hospitals Bonn (2000-2004)

Ausbildung

  • Habilitation in Psychology at the University of Zurich in 2010
  • Doctorate (Dr rer. nat.) in Psychology and Neuroscience at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg in 2001
  • MSc Psychology at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in 1995

Forschung zu

  • Developmental disorders of learning, memory and higher visual cognition: How do psychological, biological and environmental factors contribute to the risks of learning and memory disorders and visual cognition at school age and what are the resources and opportunities for intervention? 
  • Development of learning, memory and higher visual cognition: How do psychological, biological and environmental factors contribute to the development of learning, memory and visual cognition in school-age children?
  • Foundations of learning, memory and visual cognition: What psychological, biological and environmental factors contribute to learning, memory and visual cognition? 
  • Biopsychological research methods, because without method development there is no progress
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Zeitschriftenartikel (peer-reviewed)

Bücher und Buchbeiträge

Weitere Publikationen

Konferenzbeiträge

  • Rodcharoen, P., Kalkusch, I., Schaub, S., Neuhauser, A., Lanfranchi, A., & Klaver, P.
    Schulische Kompetenzen fördern durch frühe Bildung in psychosozial belasteten Familien
    [Konferenzvortrag].
    Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Bildungsforschung SGBF 2023,
    Zürich, Schweiz.
  • Rodcharoen, P., Oeri, N., Kalkusch, I., Schaub, S., Neuhauser, A., Lanfranchi, A., & Klaver, P.
    Behavioral Self-Regulation Development in At-Risk Families: A cross-lagged panel model of Early Childhood Resources at ages 1 and 3 on Behavioral Self-Regulation in Preschool
    [Poster].
    Jean Piaget Society, 52nd Annual Conference 2023,
    Madrid, Spain.
  • Rodcharoen, P., Oeri, N., Klaver, P., Roebers, C. M., Neuhauser, A., Kalkusch, I., & Lanfranchi, A.
    Development of Behavioral Self-Regulation in At-Risk Families: The Role of Family Resources
    [Poster].
    Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development (BCCCD) 2023,
    Budapest, Hungary.
  • Rodcharoen, P., Oeri, N., Klaver, P., Kalkusch, I., Neuhauser, A., Lanfranchi, A., Schaub, S., Törmänen, M., & Roebers, C. M.
    Self-Regulation Development in At-Risk Families in Switzerland: The Importance of Family Resources
    [Poster].
    ECER 2022, Education in a changing world,
    Yerevan, Armenien.
  • Rodcharoen, P., Oeri, N., Klaver, P., Kalkusch, I., Neuhauser, A., Lanfranchi, A., Schaub, S., Törmänen, M., & Roebers, C. M.
    Self-Regulation Development in At-Risk Families: The Importance of Family Resources
    [Konferenzvortrag].
    EARLI SIG5 2022 Conference, Learning and Development in Early Childhood. Changing times in ECEC: New Opportunities for fostering development and improving sustainability,
    Utrecht, Niederlande.
  • Boran, E., Fedele, T., Stieglitz, L., Grunwald, T., Sarnthein, J., & Klaver, P.
    Neural firing in the medial temporal lobe reflects visual working memory workload and capacity
    [Poster].
    Workshop on intracranial recordings in humans (WIRED): Epilepsy, DBS,
    Paris, Frankreich.
  • Boran, E., Fedele, T., Hilfiker, P., Stieglitz, L., Grunwald, T., Sarnthein, J., & Klaver, P.
    Medial temporal lobe neural firing is associated with working memory workload and individual capacity
    [Poster].
    OHBM Annual Meeting,
    Rom, Italien.

Andere Referate/Vorträge (im Berufsfeld, Vorlesung an Hochschule etc.)

  • Klaver, P., Kunz, R., Preisig, B., Rummler, K., & Staehli, N.
    Diamonds are our best friends? Auf der Suche nach nachhaltigen Open-Access-Modellen.
    Podiumsdiskussion an der Open Access Week 2022: Joint Series,
    Zürich, Schweiz.
  • Klaver, P.
    Feedback in Schulklassen durch Hirn-zu-Hirn Interaktion: Methodische Herausforderungen.
    Methodenkolloquium HfH,
    Zürich, Schweiz.
  • Klaver, P.
    Publikationen aus der Lehre.
    Workshop HfH-Tage,
    Zürich, Schweiz.
  • Klaver, P.
    Mobiles EEG: Methodische Möglichkeiten für die heilpädagogische Forschung.
    Methodenkolloquium HfH,
    Zürich, Schweiz.
  • Klaver, P.
    Working memory in the hippocampus: perspectives for brain development.
    Research Seminar at the Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, Brunel University of London,
    London, UK.
  • Klaver, P.
    Functional and structural connectivity of the hippocampus in the developing brain.
    CUBIC conference at Brunel University of London,
    London, UK.
  • Klaver, P.
    Working memory in the hippocampus: developmental evidence.
    Brain and Behavior Group meeting, University of Surrey, School of Psychology,
    Guildford, UK.

Öffentlichkeitsarbeit

  • Lahrtz, S., & Klaver, P.
    (2011, October 26).
    Wandelbarer Intelligenzquotient – Strukturelle Veränderungen im Gehirn von pubertierenden Jugendlichen: Ein Interview mit Peter Klaver.
    Neue Zürcher Zeitung.

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