Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Dr. Dieter Korczak
GP Forschungsgruppe
Breitscheidstr. 16
16321 Bernau bei Berlin
Tel.: +49 (0)3338-45 95 45
Fax: +49 (0)3338-70 61 421
E-mail:dieter.korczak@gp-f.com

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Publications second half 2013
In the second half of the year one book, two articles and four studies were published by Dieter Korczak and his co-workers: Dieter Korczak ->
How do you treat the excessive crying of babys?
Dieter Korczak, Christine Kister and Cornelia Krause-Girth have written a report about excessive crying babys. Excessive crying belongs to ->
Tackling Household Over-Indebtedness
At a European conference in Athens which will take place at November 25th, Dieter Korczak will give the input speech concerning the topic "financial ->
Mobility and sustainability
Dieter Korczak has written an essay about the ambivalence between the individual need for mobility and the quest for sustainability. The article is ->
Is poverty or a critical life event the cause of over-indebtedness?
In an article for the "BAG-SB Informationen", no. 3/2012, Dieter Korczak answers the question whether the differentiation between poverty and crisis ->
Which alcohol prevention is effective?
Dieter Korczak presented key results concerning the effectiveness of alcohol prevention programs for youth at the International conference "Local ->
Ambivalenzerfahrungen, Asanger-Verlag 2012, ISBN 978-3-89334-576-2
The new book, edited by Dieter Korczak, deals with ambivalence. Nine authors have written essays discussing how a person can live as a moral person ->
SHAMELESS !
The 69th conference of the Interdisciplinary Studies Society presents different aspects of shame, gracelessness and guilt. Politicians, artists, ->
Third Bavarian Social Report published
After 1999 and 2009, the GP Forschungsgruppe participated for the third time at the compilation of the ->
Alcohol prevention rarely evaluated
Risky alcohol consumption and misuse of children and young adults is a severe problem for society and health policy in Germany. Around 40 million ->
 
 
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