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Bram Zwanenburg

Meet Bram:

Bram Zwanenburg

Bram started working at the Brain and Development lab after finishing his research master’s degree in Cognitive Neuroscience in 2020. For his master’s thesis he studied the influence of audience presence and inhibitory control on adolescents’ giving behavior.

At the Brain and Development lab Bram works as a research assistent for the L-CID project, where he is involved in activities such as collecting and processing (f)MRI – and behavioral data and communicating with participants for the Samen Uniek longitudinal twin study.