Tilmann Habermas
Tilmann Habermas
Goethe University Frankfurt, Professor of Psychoanalysis,
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Getting a life: The emergence of the life story in adolescence.
T Habermas, S Bluck
Psychological Bulletin 126 (5), 748-769, 2000
A tale of three functions: The self–reported uses of autobiographical memory
S Bluck, N Alea, T Habermas, DC Rubin
Social Cognition 23 (1), 91-117, 2005
The life story schema
S Bluck, T Habermas
Motivation and Emotion 24 (2), 121-147, 2000
The development of global coherence in life narratives across adolescence: temporal, causal, and thematic aspects.
T Habermas, C de Silveira
Developmental Psychology 44 (3), 707-721, 2008
Geliebte Objekte: Symbole und Instrumente der Identitätsbildung [Beloved objects: Symbols and instruments of identity formation]
T Habermas
Walter de Gruyter, 1996
The making of autobiographical memory: Intersections of culture, narratives and identity
R Fivush, T Habermas, TEA Waters, W Zaman
International Journal of Psychology 46 (5), 321-345, 2011
Understanding developmental regulation in adolescence: The use of the selection, optimization, and compensation model
RM Lerner, AM Freund, I De Stefanis, T Habermas
Human Development 44 (1), 29-50, 2001
How to tell a life: The development of the cultural concept of biography
T Habermas
Journal of Cognition and Development 8 (1), 1-31, 2007
The development of coherence in adolescents’ life narratives
T Habermas, C Paha
Narrative Inquiry 11 (1), 35-54, 2001
Extending the study of autobiographical memory: Thinking back about life across the life span
S Bluck, T Habermas
Review of General Psychology 5 (2), 135-147, 2001
Autobiographical reasoning: Arguing and narrating from a biographical perspective
T Habermas
New directions for child and adolescent development 2011 (131), 1-17, 2011
Autobiographical reasoning is constitutive for narrative identity: The role of the life story for personal continuity
T Habermas, C Köber
. In K. C. McLean & M. Syed (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of identity …, 2015
Heißhunger: Historische Bedingungen der Bulimia nervosa [Ravenous appetite: Historical conditions of bulimia nervosa]
T Habermas
Historische Bedingungen der Bulimia nervosa. Frankfurt: Fischer Taschenbuch, 1990
The psychiatric history of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa: Weight concerns and bulimic symptoms in early case reports
T Habermas
International Journal of Eating Disorders 8 (3), 259-273, 1989
Getting a life takes time: The development of the life story in adolescence, its precursors and consequences
T Habermas, E Reese
Human Development 58 (3), 172-201, 2015
Characterizing lifespan development of three aspects of coherence in life narratives: a cohort-sequential study.
C Köber, F Schmiedek, T Habermas
Developmental Psychology 51 (2), 260-275, 2015
Stuck in the past: Negative bias, explanatory style, temporal order, and evaluative perspectives in life narratives of clinically depressed individuals
T Habermas, LM Ott, M Schubert, B Schneider, A Pate
Depression and Anxiety 25 (11), E121-E132, 2008
The development of the temporal macrostructure of life narratives across adolescence: Beginnings, linear narrative form, and endings
T Habermas, S Ehlert‐Lerche, C De Silveira
Journal of Personality 77 (2), 527-560, 2009
Autobiographical reasoning in life narratives buffers the effect of biographical disruptions on the sense of self-continuity
T Habermas, C Köber
Memory 23 (5), 664-674, 2015
“Honey, you’re jumping about” - Mothers’ scaffolding of their children's and adolescents’ life narration
T Habermas, A Negele, FB Mayer
Cognitive Development 25 (4), 339-351, 2010
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