Consortium on Individual Development

Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families

Work package 3 focuses on the continuity of thriving (or failure to thrive) across three generations, and uses information available in large existing Dutch cohorts. The aim is to determine which factors are involved in transmission of behaviour between grandparents, parents, and children.

WP3 leader: Prof. Susan Branje

Generation-R cohort representative: Prof. Manon Hillegers
NTR cohort representative: Prof. Dorret Boomsma
RADAR cohort representative: Prof. Susan Branje
TRAILS cohort representative: Prof. Tineke Oldehinkel

Other PIs: Prof. Hans Ormel

 

Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Susan Branje
RADAR Cohort Representative | WP3 Leader | Steering Committee | PI | Professor UU
Adolescence, Relationships, Personality, Identity, Psychosocial adjustment
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Dorret Boomsma
NTR Cohort Representative | Steering Committee | PI | Professor VU
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Manon Hillegers
GenerationR Cohort Representative | PI | Professor Erasmus MC
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Tineke Oldehinkel
TRAILS Cohort Representative | PI | Professor UMCG
Depression, Gender, Adolescence, Stress
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Hans Ormel
PI | Professor UMCG
Common mental disorders, Personality, Turning point events
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Meike Bartels
Professor VU
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Catharina Hartman
Associate Professor UMCG
ADHD , Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Neurodevelopment, Lifespan, Epidemiology
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Tina Kretschmer
Associate Professor RUG
Social development, Adolescence, Peer relationships, Intergenerational transmission
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Elsje van Bergen
Assistant Professor VU
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Stefanie Nelemans
Assistant Professor UU | Alumna postdoc
Adolescent development, Anxiety and depressive symptoms, Longitudinal analyses, Mplus, Genetics
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Eveline de Zeeuw
Assistant Professor VU | Alumna postdoc
Twin studies, Population genetics, Educational achievement, Behavioural problems
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Elize Koopman - Verhoeff
Postdoc Erasmus MC
Sleep, Developmental psychopathology, Mental health, Family circumstances, Executive functions
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Jennifer Klop-Richards
Postdoc UMCG
Psychiatry, Psychology, Developmental psychology
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Anoek Sluiter-Oerlemans
Postdoc UMCG
Mental health, Turning points, Developmental disorders (ASD/ADHD), At-risk infants, Longitudinal data
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Charlotte Vrijen
Postdoc RUG
Depression, Information processing bias, Experience sampling, Peer experiences, Intergenerational transmission
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Andrik Becht
Postdoc UU/LU | Alumnus PhD
Identity formation, Longitudinal models, Daily diary data, Adolescence
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Sanne Geeraerts
Postdoc UU | PhD candidate UU
Child development, Behavioural observations, Self-regulation, Parent-child interactions, Behavioural control
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Alexander Neumann
Postdoc Erasmus MC | Alumnus PhD
Psychiatric epidemiology, Genetic epidemiology, DNA methylation, Structural equation modeling
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Susanne Schulz
PhD candidate UU
Intergenerational transmission, Psychopathology, Personal relationships, Parent-child interactions
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Sofieke Kevenaar
PhD candidate VU
Educational Achievement, Twin Studies, Structural Equation Modeling
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Zenab Tamimy
PhD candidate VU
Twin-studies, Structural Equation Modelling, Psychometrics, Educational Achievement
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Yugyun Kim
PhD candidate UMCG
Intergenerational transmission, Self-regulation, Family environments, Cross-cultural research
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Maria Wiertsema
PhD candidate RUG
Intergenerational transmission, Peer experiences, Parent-child interaction, Child development
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Stefania Barzeva
PhD candidate UMCG
Social withdrawal, Peer and romantic relationships, Adolescence, Internalizing problems
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Henning Tiemeier
Alumnus PI | Professor Erasmus MC & Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Frank Verhulst
Alumnus PI | Professor Erasmus MC
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Prof. Wim Meeus
Alumnus PI | Professor UU
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Odilia M. Laceulle
Alumna Postdoc
Developmental psychology, Personality psychology, Individual differences, Self-regulation, Developmental psychopathology, Adolescence
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Annelene J.P. Bloemen
Alumna PhD
Work package 3 (WP3) The role of generational transmission in families
Sabine Veldkamp
Alumna PhD VU