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Psychologist

Juergen Bredenkamp, German psychologist. Member German Psychological Association (president 1990-1992), German Research Council (elected surveyor 1988-1992).

Background

Bredenkamp, Juergen was born on March 29, 1939 in Hamburg, Germany. Son of Hans and Anne Liese (Behrmann) Bredenkamp.

Education

Diploma in Psychology, University Hamburg, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, University Hamburg, 1964.

Career

Assistant professor University Heidelberg, Germany, 1964-1972. Professor University Bonn, Germany, 1972, Germany, 1984—2004, University Goettingen, Germany, 1972-1980, University Trier, Germany, 1980-1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Test of Significance in Psychological Research, 1972, Psychology of Learning and Memory, 1977, Imagery and Learning, 1979, Theory and Design of Psychological Experiments, 1980, Imagery and Metacognition, 1992, Learning, Remembering and Forgetting, 1998. Co-editor 4 vols. German Encyclopedia Psychology, 1983.

      Co-editor (journal) Methodika.

Membership

Member German Psychological Association (president 1990-1992), German Research Council (elected surveyor 1988-1992).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music.

Connections

Married Karin Spies, August 9, 1968. Children: Silke, Birthe.

father:
Hans Bredenkamp

mother:
Anne Liese (Behrmann) Bredenkamp

spouse:
Karin Spies

children:
Silke Bredenkamp

Birthe Bredenkamp