Charlotte van Schie
Charlotte van Schie is a PhD candidate researching emotion regulation and the fragile self-esteem in Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) using behavourial, physiological and neural data. The current study looks specifically into the potential socio-cognitive mechanisms and neural underpinnings associated with oversensitivity to social signals of potential rejection, fragile self-esteem, and durable preoccupations about negative self-images in Borderline Personality Disorder. It is expected that individuals with BPD are more vulnerable to social evaluation and have more difficulty regulating the consequential (negative) emotions. Furthermore, she will look into multivariate analysis of fMRI data besides the traditional voxel-wise analysis. Her PhD research is associated with two departments: Methods & Statistics and Clinical Psychology.
Charlotte van Schie is also a teacher for the department of Methods & Statistics. She teaches first year statistics courses and preparatory statistics to Master students coming from different universities.
- LUF Grant 2016
- Van Schie C.C., Chui-De Chiu, Rombouts S.A.R.B. & Heiser W.J. (2019), Stuck in a negative me: fMRI study on the role of disturbed self-views in social feedback processing in borderline personality disorder, Psychological Medicine : 1-11.
- Krause-Utz A., Mertens L.J., Renn J.B., Lucke P., Wöhlke A.Z., Van Schie C.C. & Mouthaan J. (2019), Childhood Maltreatment, Borderline Personality Features, and Coping as Predictors of Intimate Partner Violence, Journal of Interpersonal Violence : 1-29.
- Van Schie C.C., Chiu C., Rombouts S.A.R.B., Heiser W.J. & Elzinga B.M. (2018), When compliments do not hit but critiques do: an fMRI study into self-esteem and self-knowledge in processing social feedback, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 13(4): 404-417.
- Van Schie C.C., Van Harmelen A.-L., Hauber K., Boon A., Crone E.A & Elzinga B.M. (2017), The neural correlates of childhood maltreatment and the ability to understand mental states of others, European Journal of Psychotraumatology Supplement 8(1): e1272788.
- Putman P., Verkuil B., Arias-Garcia E., Pantazi I. & Van Schie C.C. (2014), Erratum to: EEG theta/beta ratio as a potential biomarker for attentional control and resilience against deleterious effects of stress on attention (vol 14, pg 782, 2014), Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14(3): 1165-1165.
- Putman P., Verkuil B., Arias-Garcia E., Pantazi I. & Van Schie C.C. (2014), EEG theta/beta ratio as a potential biomarker for attentional control and resilience against deleterious effects of stress on attention, Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14(2): 782-791.
- Putman P., Arias-Garcia E., Pantzai I. & Schie C. van (2012), Emotional Stroop interference is related to reduced EEG delta-beta coupling and low attentional control, International Journal of Psychophysiology 84(2): 194-200.