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Video Blog

Here you can find short video blogs about the dissertation research defended by the PhD students.

Jorien van Hoorn

Jorien van Hoorn studied peer influence on decision-making in adolescence and explains her most important findings. Defense date January 12, 2017.

Sietske Kleibeuker

Sietske Kleibeuker studied creativity in adolescence and explains her most important findings. Defense date February 9, 2016.

Sabine Peters

Sabine Peters studied the cognitive and affective development of the adolescent brain, and explains her most important findings. Defense date January 27, 2016.

Barbara Braams

Barbara Braams studied pubertal development, neural responses to rewards, and social context in relation to adolescent risk taking, and explains her most important findings. Defense date November 17, 2015.

Geert-Jan Will

Geert-Jan Will studied associations between peer group acceptance/rejection and neurocognitive development and explains his most important findings. Defense date June 4, 2015.

Bianca van den Bulk

Bianca van den Bulk studied the neurobiological mechanisms of depression and anxiety in adolescence and explains her most important findings. Defense date June 2, 2015.

Sandy Overgaauw

Sandy Overgaauw studied the development of empathy and explains her most important findings. Defense date February 19, 2015.

Margot Schel

Margot Schel studied the development of intentional inhibition and explains her most important findings. Defense date January 22, 2015.

Jiska Peper

Assistant professor Jiska Peper on the development of self-control and white matter integrity.

Kiki Zanolie

AXA interview with post-doc researcher Kiki Zanolie: understanding risk taking among adolescents.