Ass.-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Ulrike Sirsch

T: +43-1-4277-474-75

E: ulrike.sirsch@univie.ac.at

Office 01.50

Office hours: Wednesday, 11:00-12:00 (during the semester only)

Department of Developmental and Educational Psychology

Liebiggasse 5

1010 Vienna

 Research Interests

  • To what extent to emerging adults already feel like adults?
  • How do emerging adults experience the transition from adolescence to adulthood?
  • Which criteria do emerging adults perceive to be crucial to be considered as adult?
  • How do adolescents experience their relationship with their parents during the transition to adulthood?
  • What role do parents play in experiencing subjective competence on the part of adolescents in dealing with finances?

Answers to questions in the field of coping with transitions are the center of my research interest - especially the transition from adolescence to adulthood. I also consider the influence of context and personality variables to be important in this matter.

 Education

12/1996

Completion of Doctorate (Dr.rer.nat)
University of Vienna

02/1990 Diploma (Mag.phil.)
University of Vienna

 Publications

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2018


Sirsch, U. (2018). Challenges regarding the concept of emerging adulthood. In M. Zupančič, & M. Puklek Levpušček (Eds.), Prehod v odraslost: Sodobni trendi in raziskave (pp. 51-80). Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani.


Sirsch, U., Kavčič , T., & Zupančič , M. (2018). Does „OCEAN” make a Difference? Separation-individuation in Relation to Mother and Personality Traits among Austrian Emerging Adults. Paper presented at 13th Alps Adria Psychology Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Sirsch, U., Kavčič , T., & Zupancic, M. (2018). Emerging adults’ child-parents-relationships and the perception of adulthood. Paper presented at Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood (SSEA). Thematic Conference 2018 , Cluj-Napoca, Romania.


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