Jochanan Veerbeek studied at Leiden University, where he first studied Psychology (2009-2012) and continued in the Child and Adolescent Psychology master (2012-2014). After obtaining his master, he worked with children learning and developmental challenges at the Feuerstein Centrum Nederland/Cordaan (2014-2019). Additionally, he worked as a lecturer for Developmental and Educational Psychology at Leiden University (2014-2018). He obtained his PhD at Leiden University with his dissertation “Hidden Treasures: Uncovering task solving processes in dynamic testing”.
The research of Jochanan Veerbeek is focused on process-oriented testing, which entails the assessment of cognitive processes and strategies a child uses to solve a task. His interest includes the effects of training on these processes, as is measured in process-oriented dynamic testing. To assess children’s cognitive processes, he uses computerized tests, computer-automated scoring algorithms, and logfile analysis.
- Mediator / assessor Feuerstein Methode (gedragsdeskundige)