My research draws together psychology, psychiatry, sociology, and pedagogy with the aim to unravel the psychosocial mechanisms of resilience in youth. I enjoy teaching and would like to utilize my advantaged position as an academic to tackle societal problems.
For an introduction of the Open Science programme at the University Groningen, and why I think it is important that all researchers open up their workflow, I recommend the short interview I gave.
When I am not working, I enjoy bootcamp (i.e., workout outside), gardening, reading, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.See my full CV here.
PhD in Psychiatry, 2017
University Medical Center Groningen
MSc (research) Sociology, 2013
Interuniversity Centre Social Sciences & Methodology (ICS)
BSc in Social Work/ Psychology, 2011
Hanze University of Applied Sciences
Large national crowdsourcing study into child and adolescent mental health and well-being.
The Open Science Community Groningen facilitates more accessible, reproducible and transparent research.
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is the leading cause of disability worldwide. The cardinal features of MDD are depressed mood and anhedonia. Anhedonia is defined as a markedly diminished interest or pleasure in all, or almost all, activities of the day, and has generally been investigated on group-level using retrospective data (e.
Psychiatry Research (2014) & Statistics VI (2018) & Research Methods: Theory and Ethics (2019/2020)
Evaluated 8 master theses