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Anna van Duijvenvoorde

Associate Professor

Name
Dr. A.C.K. van Duijvenvoorde
Telephone
+31 71 527 3853
E-mail
a.c.k.van.duijvenvoorde@fsw.leidenuniv.nl
ORCID iD
0000-0001-9213-8522

Anna van Duijvenvoorde is an associate professor in the unit Developmental and Educational Psychology of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University.

Anna’s research examines how brain development relates to changes in decision making, learning, and social development during adolescence. She uses approaches from experimental behavioral psychology, computational modeling, and functional neuroimaging.

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Overview

Anna van Duijvenvoorde is an associate professor in the unit Developmental and Educational Psychology of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University. 

Anna’s research examines how brain development relates to changes in decision making, learning, and social development during adolescence. She uses approaches from experimental behavioral psychology, computational modeling, and functional neuroimaging.

Kort CV

Anna van Duijvenvoorde is an associate professor in the unit Developmental and Educational Psychology of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University.

She obtained her PhD cum laude at the University of Amsterdam in 2013, after visiting Columbia University and the Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology in New York. Her PhD work focused on learning from positive and negative feedback signals and risk taking across adolescence. She did her post-doctoral fellowship at Leiden University, studying developmental changes in brain functional connectivity and decision-making under uncertainty. She was promoted to assistant professor in 2014, and to associate professor in 2019.

Research

Anna’s research examines how brain development relates to changes in decision making, learning, and social development during adolescence. She uses approaches from experimental behavioral psychology, computational modeling, and functional neuroimaging. Her work has clear implications for guiding adolescent’s risk taking, and for understanding how learning opportunities emerge in social environments such as school classes. Anna values translating scientific findings of brain development to the general public, for instance by giving lectures to teachers, and at high-schools to reach young people directly. She collaborates with societal partners as a member of the of the NeuroLabNL Route of the National Science Agenda related to optimal conditions for learning. She also participates in the interdisciplinary program ‘Social resilience and Safety’ of Leiden University. Finally, Anna is committed to transfer skills, knowledge and a passion for scientific research to young scientists. Therefore, she actively participates in the Research Master at Leiden University.

Grants

  • 2020 YAL Interdisciplinary Activity Grant for an expert meeting on the developing brain and the law (co-PI Dr. Stephanie Rap of Leiden Law 444)
  • 2019 LUF-Gratama grant ‘Watch me Learn! Placing learning in a social context’ (24129)
  • 2018 Sarah van Dam KNAW grant (100K) 
  • 2016 Leiden Aspasia grant (13.5K) 
  • 2016 Open Research Area grant (250K) 
  • 2011 PhD stipend Ter Meulen Fonds (9K) 
  • 2009 Amsterdam Brain Imaging Platform (12K)

Teaching

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 
Designing an Empirical Study 
Research Master Developmental Psychology coordinator
Research Master Developmental Psychology mentor
Research Master Developmental Psychology research apprenticeship coordinator

Supervised PhD candidates

  • Simone Dobbelaar, Variations in the social environment and the neurocognitive development of social competence
  • Iris Koele, Developmental trajectories of peer influence on social decision-making
  • Bianca Westhoff, Social learning in typical developing adolescents
  • Michelle Achterberg, Neurocognitive factors and heritability in children's impulse control, 2020 (cum laude)
  • Neeltje Blankenstein, Risky business, the role of uncertainty in adolescent's risk taking, 2019
  • Dr. Sabine Peters, Braintime, 2016 (cum laude)

Relevant links

LinkedIn profiel
Twitter profiel
Research Gate profiel
https://brainanddevelopment.nl
www.juniorhersenen.nl/samenleren

Associate Professor

  • Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
  • Instituut Psychologie
  • Ontwikkelings- & Onderwijspsychologie

Work address

Pieter de la Court
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden
Room number 3B34

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