Lisanne van Houtum
Lisanne van Houtum received her BSc in Psychobiology (2012) and her MSc in Neuroscience (2014) from the University of Amsterdam. From 2014-2015 she was involved in an fMRI research of food evaluation and food choice in children and teenagers with obesity at UMC Utrecht. From 2016-2017 she was employed at Utrecht University as a junior researcher where she focused on odor perception and emotion. Currently she is working as a PhD candidate and involved in the RE-PAIR study (NWO Vici-project of Prof. dr. Bernet Elzinga) at the Clinical Psychology Unit of Leiden University. This study examines the bidirectional interplay between parent-adolescent interactions and depressive symptoms in adolescents.
Lisanne is involved as PhD candidate in the RE-PAIR study. Her fMRI-project focuses on identifying (dysfunctional) processes in the social brain, which may influence daily parent-adolescent interactions (as assessed by lab interactions and EMA) and vice versa, and might contribute to the development and maintenance of depressive symptoms in adolescents.
- Janssen L.H.C., Kullberg M.-L., Verkuil B., Zwieten N. van, Wever M.C.M., Houtum L.A.E.M. van, Wentholt W.G.M. & Elzinga B.M. (2020), Does the COVID-19 pandemic impact parents’ and adolescents’ well-being? An EMA-study on daily affect and parenting, PLOS One 15(10): e0240962.
- De Groot J.H., Van Houtum L.A.E.M., Gortemaker I., Ye Y., Chen W., Zhou W. & Smeets M.A. (2018), Beyond the west: Chemosignaling of emotions transcends ethno-cultural boundaries., Psychoneuroendocrinology 98: 177-185.
- Van Houtum L.A.E.M. & Deijen J.B (2016), The use of Nutraceuticals as Mono-or Adjuvant Therapy to Pharmacotherapies in Major Depressive Disorder, International Neuropsychiatric Disease Journal 8(2): 1-14.
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