Bart Verkuil is assistant professor at the Clinical Psychology Unit. He is active in various courses in the bachelor and master curricula and supervises master thesis students on projects studying experimental psychopathology. His research focusses on physiological aspects of psychopathology (anxiety and depression).
Besides working at the section of Clinical Psychology, I work part-time as a counseling psychologist at Skils.
My research focuses on physiological aspects of psychopathology (anxiety and depression). I am particularly interested in the interplay between activity of our autonomic nervous system and perseverative cognitive processes, like worrying and ruminating. In 2014 I received a Veni grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) to examine whether stimulating the vagus nerve (a large nerve that forms part of the parasympathetic nervous system) affects worrying, both in laboratory settings as well as in daily life.
NWO Veni grant: Effects of transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation on perseverative cognition
Experimental Clinical Psychology; Clinical Interviewing and Assessment; Thesis supervision (bachelor and master); Internship supervision; Coordination of the Psychodiagnostics course.
- Clinical practice: Counseling psychologist (part-time) at Skils, the Hague.
Member American Psychosomatic Society (APS)
Senior member postgraduate school Experimental Psychopathology (EPP)
Research website: www.piekeren.com
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