• Brain and Development Lab, Eveline Crone

Marjolein Wille


Marjolein studied Orthopedagogiek (Clinical Child and Adolescent Studies) at Leiden University and received her master’s degree in 2015. For her thesis Marjolein participated in the PKU-COBESO study, obtained experience in neuropsychological research, and wrote her thesis about executive functioning in patients with phenylketonuria, a metabolic disease. As a research assistant at the Brain and Development lab Marjolein is responsible for all the organisational aspects of the Zelfbeeld project. Zelfbeeld is a new longitudinal fMRI study, which starts in February 2016. Furthermore, Marjolein works with youth with a mild intellectual disability and problem behaviors. Her interests are developmental psychology, cognitive research, and especially the “self-concept”.