IOE Laboratory for the Study and Prevention of Adolescent Deviance
Established in 2017, the Laboratory researches into various factors and patterns of deviant behavior in adolescents at different developmental stages, and seeks to elaborate preventive and remedial parenting and psycho-pedagogical strategies whereby such abnormalities can be effectively coped with.
The Laboratory’s agenda is centered upon the following key areas:
- Conducting theoretical and empirical studies on various facets of adolescent aggression and bulling
- Drawing up recommendations for parents and educators (teachers, counselors, psychologists, etc.) on how to best address deviances in child socio-psychological development through appropriate preventive strategies and correctional frameworks
- Designing approaches and guidelines to support more cohesive family engagement in learning and development activities of educational organizations
In R&D, the Laboratory pursues a multidisciplinary approach based on foremost theoretical conceptions and the latest scholarly evidence from across the globe, under which adolescent deviance is considered from an integrative perspective that traverses practical issues, the psycho-pedagogical aspects of parenting and schooling, and psycho-physiological facets of abnormal development.
- Modern social, psychological, educational and gender risks of adolescent aggression
- The role of family in amplifying/mitigating risks of school-age aggression and its particular manifestations
- Benchmarking the efficiency of various measures and strategies to prevent and rectify schooler aggression
- Exploring factors and models of effective family–school cooperation to support normal adolescent socialization and development
- Analyzing best-practice models of the school counseling and support function
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