Dide van Adrichem
Dide van Adrichem completed the research master ‘Developmental Psychopathology in Education and Child Studies’ at Leiden University in 2014. She wrote her thesis about the effects of maternal behavior on the emotional reactivity and emotion regulation in infants. During her study she completed a clinical internship at the Ambulatorium (neurospreekuur). She also worked as a student-assistant providing education for first-year students and as a research assistant on a project examining the neurobiological mechanisms of emotion regulation in young children with autism. After her graduation Dide worked as research assistant at the Institute for Education and Child Studies. In September 2015 she started as a PhD student on the Mother Infant Neurodevelopmental Study (MINDS Leiden).
MINDS Leiden aims to gain insight into risk factors for early neurobiological, neurocognitive and social development on the one hand, and working mechanisms of the preventive intervention programme ‘MINDS Leiden’ on the other. This program is based on the US Minding the Baby Programme.
- Van Adrichem D.S., Huijbregts S.C.J., Van der Heijden K.B., Van Goozen S.H.M. & Swaab H. (2020), Aggression in toddlerhood: The roles of parental beliefs, parenting behavior and precursors of theory of mind, Social Development 29(2): 427-442.
- Adrichem D.S. van, Huijbregts S.C.J., Van der Heijden K.B., Goozen S.H.M. van & Swaab H. (2019), Prenatal risk and physical aggression during the first years of life: The gender-specific role of inhibitory control, Infancy 24(5): 807-826.
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