The BrightWave project investigates how social relations influence social and emotional development of gifted (IQ>130) and typically developing children and adolescents and how this relates to pubertal changes during adolescence.
The project focuses on two important processes for mental well-being …→
The Leiden Consortium on Individual Development (L-CID) is a large-scale longitudinal intervention study in which 500 families with same-sex twins are followed over a six year period.
Yearly assessments consist of alternating lab- or home visits during which behavioral and …→
ADHD is mainly characterized by age-inappropriately high levels of inattention and/or hyperactivity and impulsivity, but also by impaired social functioning. A high rate of peer rejection, deviant peer groups, and susceptibility to social influence may particularly contribute to the high …→
The StudyBuddy project examines the mechanisms of learning from others, as well as how relational and classroom characteristics influence adolescents’ learning over time.
Academic performance and successful peer relationships are the two most salient developmental challenges that adolescents face, respectively …→
One of the main challenges of developmental cognitive neuroscience studies is to track changes in brain and behavior longitudinally. Within this research line we investigated developmental changes in childhood, adolescence and emerging adulthood in three domains: cognitive control, impulse regulation …→
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