PhD candidate / guest
Jochem Spaans is a PhD student in the unit Developmental and Educational Psychology of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University.
Jochem Spaans is a PhD-student in the Brain and Development lab, under supervision of Prof. Dr. Eveline Crone and Dr. Sabine Peters.
He previously studied Economic and Consumer Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience at Leiden University. Jochem started as a research assistant on the Braintime project in 2014.
In his PhD project, he focuses on the neural signature of self-concept development during adolescence. His interests lie mainly in social psychology, cognitive and developmental neuroscience and decision making.
- Spaans J.P., Peters S. & Crone E.A. (2020), Neural reward related-reactions to monetar gains for self and charity are associated with donating behavior in adolescence, SOC COGN AFFECT NEUR 15(2): 151-163.
- Spaans J.P., Peters S. & Crone E.A. (2019), Neural reward-related reactions to monetary gains for self and charity, Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 19(4): 845-858.
- Spaans J.P., Burke S.M., Altikulac S., Braams B.R., Op de Macks Z.A. & Crone E.A. (2018), Win for your kin: Neural responses to personal and vicarious rewards when mothers win for their adolescent children, PLoS ONE 13(6): e0198663.
- Spaans J.P., Will G.J., Van Hoorn J. & Güroğlu B. (2019), Turning a Blind Eye? Punishment of Friends and Unfamiliar Peers After Observed Exclusion in Adolescence, Journal of Research on Adolescence 29(2): 508-522.
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