Direkt zur Hauptnavigation springen Direkt zum Inhalt springen Jump to sub navigation

Melody Ngaidzeyuf, Ndzenyuiy Kwaven

Doctoral Student

Department of Comparative Cultural Psychology
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology 
Deutscher Platz 6 
D-04103 Leipzig 
Germany

phone: +49 (0) 341 3550 - 424
email: melody_ndzenyuiyeva.mpgde

Thesis title: Experience Sampling Research using Participant's own Smartphones to assess cross-cultural variation in parenting styles

Research Interests
Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

  • Understanding Interdisciplinary Perspectives on similarities and differences
    between and within individuals and cultures
  • Psychological Anthropology
  • Ecological Momentary Assessment
  • Digital Ethnography
  • Parenting Styles
  • Early Childhood Development

Curriculum Vitae

Career
04/2021 - present
 
PhD Student
Department of Comparative Cultural Psychology
Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
03/2016 - 06/2018

 

Head of Counselling and School Life Department
Ministry of Secondary Education (MINESEC)
G.H.S. Batoke, Cameroon

10/2011 - 03/2012

 

Research Associate
Centre for Health and Population Studies
Oyomabang Yaoundé

01/2010 - 10/2011

 

Research/Projects Assistant
German Cameroon Reproductive Health & AIDS Program/Rehabilitation
of self support groups (PGCSS/REGA/RENATA) GTZ

Education

2013 - 2015






 

Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling
University Of Bamenda,
Higher Teacher Training College (HTTC)

Dissertation Title: Classroom overcrowding and student’s aggressive tendencies
In some selected Secondary Schools of the Bamenda II Sub-Division,
Cameroon

2009 - 2012/15





 
M.A. Medical Anthropology
University Of Yaoundé I, Cameroon

Thesis Title: New-born abandonment amongst the Nso’ People of the North West region: An anthropological contribution to the study of infant welfare in Cameroon
 
2006 - 2009

 
B.A. Anthropology
University Of Yaoundé I, Cameroon
 
Field Research Experience
  • Ethnographic study on the impact of the University of Yaoundé II on the inhabitants of Soa
  • Socio cultural perceptions of life in the suburbs “elobi” of the city of Yaoundé, the cases of Mini firm, Mokolo and Tsinga Elobi
Memberships
  • MAYS - Medical Anthropology Young Scholars (EASA)
Presentations
  • The influence various teaching and parenting styles on student’s knowledge acquisition and behavioural patterns, at parent/teacher workshop, South West Regional Delegation of Secondary Education, Cameroon
Languages
  • Lamnso’ (mother tongue)
  • English (very fluent)
  • French (fluent)
  • German (good)
  • Pidgin (very fluent)