- PhD candidate at the Forensic Family and Youth Care Studies programme group, Leiden University. Project ‘Changing chaos: the causal role of household chaos in child maltreatment’ (2014 - present)
- Lecturer Forensic Family and Youth Care Studies programme group, Leiden University (2014 - present)
- Master of Science (cum laude); Developmental Psychopathology in Education and Child Studies (research), Leiden University (2012 - 2014)
- Research assistant at the department of Clinical Child and Adolescent Studies, Leiden University. Project ‘Effectiveness of treatment for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: plasticity of affect regulation’ (2012-2013)
- Bachelor of Science; Education and Child Studies, Leiden University (2008-2012)
- Prevention, family mediation and treatment in forensic context
- Internships minor ‘Child abuse and neglect: A life course perspective’
- Internships master ‘Child and Family Studies’ and ‘Forensic Child and Family Studies’
- Student research participation
- Bachelor and master theses
- Andeweg S.M., Bodrij F.F., Prevoo M.J.L., Rippe R.C.A. & Alink L.R.A. (2020), Does sensory-processing sensitivity moderate the effect of household chaos on caregiver sensitivity? An experimental design, Journal of family psychology : JFP : journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43) .
- Ketelaars M.P., In 't Velt A., Mol A., Swaab H., Bodrij F. & Van Rijn S. (2017), Social attention and autism symptoms in high functioning women with autism spectrum disorders, Research in Developmental Disabilities 64: 78-86.
- Prevoo M.J.L., Bodrij F.F., Andeweg S.M., Van IJzendoorn M.H. & Alink L.R.A. (2017), An experimental approach to studying the effects of household chaos. Biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Austin.
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