- Dr. C. Sergiou
- +31 71 527 2727
Carmen Sergiou is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Institute of Education and Child Studies, Leiden University. Her research interests focus on the intersection of criminology, forensic- and neuropsychology. She is particularly interested in providing insight in the brain of (violent) offenders.
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Carmen-Silva Sergiou obtained her master degrees in the master ‘Clinical Forensic Psychology’ at the University of Amsterdam. After the masters, Carmen did a PhD at the Erasmus University Rotterdam focusing on the effectiveness of using High-Definition transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (HD-tDCS) in increasing empathic abilities, reducing aggression and modulate electrophysiological responses in forensic substance dependent patients. For her dissertation she cooperated with Harvard Medical School in Boston in obtaining knowledge in coding and resting-state EEG analysis.
Her research interests focus on the intersection of criminology, forensic- and neuropsychology. She is particularly interested in providing insight in the brain of (violent) offenders. She aims to contribute to research in innovative treatment solutions for the treatment in forensic care. But above all a mega brain enthusiast.
Currently, Sergiou is working as a postdoc on the Virtual Burglary Project of Prof. Dr. van Gelder. She is the PI in the coordination and data-collection in four prisons in the Netherlands working with virtual reality and eye-tracking with detained burglars.
- Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
- Instituut Pedagogische Wetenschappen
- Neuropedagogiek en ontwikk. stoornissen
Work addressPieter de la Court
2333 AK Leiden
Room number 4A18
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