Doktorandin Ebru Ger

Ebru Ger

Doctoral student

Phone: ++41 (0)44 635 74 97

Room number: BIN 4.A.01

e.ger@psychologie.uzh.ch

Fellow of the International Max Planck Research School on the Life Course (LIFE).

Research areas

  • Language acquisition
  • Causal understanding in early childhood
  • Communication development in infancy

Short Vita

2010-2014 Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Bogazici University, Turkey
2014-2017 Master’s degree in Psychology, Koc University, Turkey
as of 2017 Doctoral student, Department of Psychology, University of Zurich

Publications

Ger, E., Altinok, N., Liszkowski, U., & Küntay, A. C. (2018). Development of infant pointing from 10 to 12 months: The role of relevant caregiver responsiveness. Infancy. doi:10.1111/infa.12239

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Posters

Ger, E., Ertaş, S., Evsen, S., Gülpınar, G., & Küntay, A. (2018, January). Infants’ index-finger pointing frequency is related to their point-following beyond immediate visual field. Poster presented at the eighth annual Central European University Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungary.

 

Ger, E., Altınok, N., Liszkowski, U., & Küntay, A. (2016, January). Maternal uptake of infant pointing predicts subsequent pointing frequency. Poster presented at the sixth annual Central European University Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungary.

 

Akhavan, N., Özer, D., Altınok, N., Ger, E., Liszkowski, U., Küntay, A., & Göksun, T. (2015, January). Infant point following predicts later language development: Evidence from Turkish. Poster presented at the fifth annual Central European University Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungary.

Talks

Ger, E. (2017, March). A mutual relationship between infant pointing and maternal responsiveness. In S. Itakura (Chair), Why mother-child interactions matter: The impact of the quality of mother-child interactions on socio-cognitive skills. Symposium conducted at the International Convention of Psychological Science, Vienna, Austria.

 

Ger, E. (2017, March). The development of infant pointing from 10 to 12 months. Invited talk at the workshop on “The predictive role of preverbal gestural communication for the development of language and preschool abilities” at Paderborn University, Paderborn, Germany.