Eduard Klapwijk is a postdoctoral researcher in the unit Developmental and Educational Psychology of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University.
During his PhD he investigated the neural mechanisms underlying social-emotional dysfunction in autism spectrum disorders and conduct disorder at Curium-Leiden University Medical Center. He then worked one year as management consultant, after which he returned to academia.
Esward's current research is aimed at understanding the relationship between brain development, social experience and risky behaviors. He is involved in a multi-site study to examine the neurodevelopmental predictors and consequences of alcohol use in adolescence. He also works on the longitudinal ‘Brainlinks’ study on prosocial behavior in adolescence, in which he examines the relation between social experiences and brain development.
- Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen
- Instituut Psychologie
- Ontwikkelings- & Onderwijspsychologie
- Klapwijk E.T., Van de Kamp F., Van der Meulen M., Peters S. & Wierenga L.M. (2019), Qoala-T: A supervised-learning tool for quality control of FreeSurfer segmented MRI data, NeuroImage 189: 116-129.
- Aghajani M., Klapwijk E.T., Colins O.F., Ziegler C., Domschke K., Vermeiren R.R.J.M. & Van der Wee N.J.A. (2018), Interactions between oxytocin receptor gene methylation and callous-unemotional traits impact socioaffective brain systems in conduct-disordered offenders., Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3(4): 379-391.
- Schreuders E., Klapwijk E.T., Will G.J & Güroğlu B. (2018), Friend versus foe: Neural correlates of prosocial decisions for liked and disliked peers, Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18(1): 127-142.
- Klapwijk E.T. (23 January 2018), Neural mechanisms of social-emotional dysfunction in autism spectrum disorder and conduct disorder (PhD thesis. Curium-LUMC, Kinder- en Jeugdpsychiatrie, Medicine / Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), Leiden). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Vermeiren R.R.J.M., Popma A., Colins O.F.
- Klapwijk E.T., Aghajani M., Lelieveld G., Van Lang N.D.J., Popma A., Van der Wee N.J.A., Colins O.F. & Vermeiren R.R.J.M. (2017), Differential fairness decisions and brain responses after expressed emotions of others in boys with autism spectrum disorders, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 47(8): 2390-2400.
- Klapwijk E.T., Bos W. van den & Güroğlu B. (2017), Neural mechanisms of criminal decision making in adolescence: The roles of executive functioning and empathy. In: Bernasco W., Elffers H., Gelder J.L. van (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Offender Decision Making. Oxford Handbooks Online New York: Oxford University Press. 246-267.
- Aghajani M., Klapwijk E.T., Van der Wee N.J., Veer I.M., Rombouts S.A., Boon A.E., Van Beelen P., Popma A., Vermeiren R.R. & Colins O.F. (2017), Disorganized amygdala networks in conduct-disordered juvenile offenders with callous-unemotional traits, Biological psychiatry 82(4): 283-293.
- Klapwijk E.T., Aghajani M., Colins O.F., Marijnissen G.M., Popma A., Van Lang N.D.J., Van der Wee N.J.A. & Vemeiren R.R.J.M. (2016), Different brain responses during empathy in autism spectrum disorders versus conduct disorder and callous-unemotional traits, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 57(6): 737-747.
- Aghajani M., Colins O.F., Klapwijk E.T., Veer I.M., Andershed H. Popma A., Van der Wee N.J. & Vermeiren R.J.M. (2016), Dissociable relations between amygdala subregional networks and psychopathy trait dimensions in conduct-disordered juvenile offenders, Human Brain Mapping 37(11): 4017-4033.
- Klapwijk E.T., Lelieveld G.–J., Aghajani M., Boon A.E., Van der Wee N.J.A., Popma A., Vermeiren R.R.J.M. & Colins O.F. (2016), Fairness decisions in response to emotions: A functional MRI study among criminal justice-involved boys with conduct disorder, Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 11(4): 674-682.
- Will G.J. & Klapwijk E.T. (2014), Neural systems involved in moral judgment and moral action, Journal of Neuroscience 34(32): 10459-10461.
- Klapwijk E.T., Peters S., Vermeiren R.J.J.M., Lelieveld & G.-J. (2013), Emotional reactions of peers influence decisions about fairness in adolescence, FRONTIERS IN HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE 7: e745.
- Klapwijk E.T., Goddings A.L., Burnett Heyes S., Bird G., Viner R.M. & Blakemore S.J. (2013), Increased functional connectivity with puberty in the mentalising network involved in social emotion processing, Hormones and Behavior 64(2): 314-322.
- Güroğlu B., Will G.J. & Klapwijk E.T. (2013), Some bullies are more equal than others: Peer relationships modulate altruistic punishment of bullies after observing ostracism, International Journal of Developmental Science 7: 13-23.