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psychologist

Vjenka Garms-Homolova, German psychologist. Grant, Federal Ministry for Youth, Family and Health Affairs, 1979-1982, Federal Institution for highways, 1984, Stiftung Volkswagenwerk, 1983. Member managing board Dt. Paritat Wohlfahrtsverband, West Berlin, 1976—1979; Member of German Gerontological Society (chairman section psychology and social science 1980-1984).

Background

Garms-Homolova, Vjenka was born on September 8, 1944 in Lulec, Moravia, Czechoslovakia. Daughter of Ervin and Vlasta Homolova.

Education

Degree in Psychology, Jan-Evangel.-Purkyne University, Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich, 1973.

Career

Research scholar Max-Planck Institute, Munich, 1969—1971. Research associate German Institute Youth, 1973—1974, German Center Aging, Berlin, 1974—1977. Assistant professor psychology Freie Universitat, 1978—1984.

Research associate, since 1985. Adviser board for social medicine Senate of Berlin, Berlin, 1980—1982.

Membership

Member managing board Dt. Paritat Wohlfahrtsverband, West Berlin, 1976—1979. Member of German Gerontological Society (chairman section psychology and social science 1980-1984).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Literature, travel.

Connections

Married Wolfgang Garms Garms-Homolova, 1967 (divorced 1977). Married Erik Notthoff Garms-Homolova, March 11, 1981.

father:
Ervin Homolova

mother:
Vlasta Homolova

spouse:
Wolfgang Garms Garms-Homolova

spouse:
Erik Notthoff Garms-Homolova