Consortium on Individual Development


CID researcher Sanne Geeraerts at Penn State University

Can we predict which infants will be good in self-regulation, and which will perform more poorly later in development? To answer this question, CID PhD candidate Sanne Geeraerts studies early precursors of self-regulation in infancy and toddlerhood. She received a Fulbright grant to visit prof. Cynthia Stifter at Penn State University, USA. During her visit from September to December…

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Eveline Crone

Eveline Crone receives Spinoza Prize

Eveline Crone, professor of neurocognitive developmental psychology and PI within WP2, has been awarded the NWO Spinoza Prize for her research on adolescent development. In June she received the award of 2.5 million euro that she can spend as she sees fit. In this interview with Leiden University she expands on what she plans to use the money for.

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Tina Kretschmer receives ERC Starting Grant that extends TRAILS NEXT

Tina Kretschmer, assistant professor of pedagogy at the University of Groningen and alumna CID postdoc, received an European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant for her project “Ghosts from the past: Consequences of Adolescent Peer Experiences across social contexts and generations (CAPE)”. To accomplish the CAPE study objective on intergenerational transmission,  the TRAILS NEXT sample of participants…

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Roy Hessels receives PhD degree cum laude

On 7 July 2017 Roy Hessels successfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled ‘Toward early markers for ASD using eye tracking‘ at Utrecht University. He received his degree cum laude, a very rare distinction that is only given for outstanding results that have been obtained with a very high level of independence. In his dissertation Roy explores…

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Top Paper Award for Ine Beyens and Patti Valkenburg

Dr. Ine Beyens, CID postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam, and Professor Patti Valkenburg, University Professor of Youth, Media, and Society at the University of Amsterdam and CID work package 1 PI, have received a Top Paper Award from the Children, Adolescents and Media Division of the International Communication Association. Their paper ‘Which came first? Assessing…

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