Ilse van de Groep

i.h.van.de.groep [at] fsw.leidenuniv [dot] nl

Ilse obtained her Research Master in Social and Health psychology at Utrecht University in 2016. Her master thesis focused on the prediction of sensory input based on self-performed actions (i.e., motor prediction) and on how this information is used to determine (self-)agency. After graduating, she worked as a research assistant at the Experimental Psychopathology lab in Utrecht. In March 2018, Ilse started her PhD project at the Developmental and Educational Psychology department, under supervision of Eveline Crone, Marieke Bos, Arne Popma and Lucres Nauta-Jansen, and in collaboration with Anika Bexkens. The aim of the project is to examine mechanisms that underlie (distinct developmental trajectories of) antisocial behavior in emerging adulthood, with a specific focus on the neural correlates of self-concept, vicarious reward learning, and impulse control.