Amy de Bruïne
Amy de Bruïne works as a PhD candidate at the Institute of Education and Child Studies, Leiden University. In her research Amy focuses on the cognitive processes involved in reading comprehension.
Amy de Bruïne completed her research master ‘Developmental Psychopathology in Education and Child Studies’ at Leiden University in 2015. In 2016 she started her PhD at the Educational Science programme group of Leiden University. Amy is involved in different courses and thesis projects in both the bachelor and the (pre)master track.
In her research Amy focuses on the cognitive processes involved in reading comprehension. More specific, the role of working memory in text comprehension. Her studies investigate, for example, what happens with text comprehension when working memory is ‘occupied’ with another task.
BAPD-aantekening (Basisaantekening Psychodiagnostiek)
Monday to Thursday
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