Eveline Crone

Eveline Crone

ecrone [at] fsw.leidenuniv [dot] nl

Eveline Crone is full professor of neurocognitive developmental psychology at Leiden University. She received her PhD in 2003 from the University of Amsterdam and spent 2 years as a post doctoral researcher at UC Davis before starting the Brain & Development laboratory in 2005.

Eveline’s research includes the psychological and neural processes involved in cognitive control and self-regulation. All of her work employs a developmental cognitive neuroscience approach to examine the relation between brain development and changes in psychological processes from birth to adulthood.

Her teaching includes seminars and classes related to developmental psychology and cognitive neuroscience.

Eveline has a secondary position as full professor in affective neurocognitive development in adolescence at the University of Amsterdam, facilitated by the Neurofederation.
Faculty page

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Book: Het puberende brein [in Dutch]
Book: Het sociale brein van de puber [in Dutch]

Eveline receives the NWO Spinoza Prize 2017



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