Maartje Raijmakers studied philosophy, with the specialization of Philosophical Logic & Artificial Intelligence at the University of Amsterdam. Her PhD was in Cognitive Development at the University of Amsterdam (promotor P. Molenaar). At this department she had several postdoc-positions and since 2008 she has been associative professor (from August 2015 to July 2016, 1 day a week). In 2011 she became endowed professor at the UvA and NCWT/science center NEMO: Cognitive Development, in particular science learning in non-formal contexts. Starting August 2015 she is ass. professor at the department of Educational Sciences of the institute of Pedagogics, Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Leiden University.
Research by Maartje Raijmakers concerns development of learning with applications in science education. The existence of different learning processes (e.g., rational and associative learning) implies individual differences between and within individuals. With mathematical models we study heterogeneity and important related factors such as curiosity and executive functions, in a developmental context.
- Personal grants: NWO-SGW-postdoc, NWO-VENI, KNAW-fellowship, NWO-VIDI, NWO-ASPASIA.
Other grants: participation in FP6, PBT – TalentenKracht, UvA - Priority Program Brain & Cognition, NWO-museumbeurs.
- webpagina UvA
- NEMO Research & Development
Raijmakers, M.E.J. (2012). Inzicht in het process (Insight in the process). Delivering of the Inaugural speech at the Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences of the University of Amsterdam, May 16, 2012. Endowed professorship at NCWT/Science Center NEMO, Amsterdam: Cognitive Development, in particular science learning in non-formal contexts. Oratie
- Daan van Renswoude
- Rooske Franse
- Evin Aktar, februari 2016
- Bianca van Bers, maart 2014
- Tessa van Schijndel, april 2012
- Verena Schmittmann, december 2009
- Annemie Ploeger, december 2008
- Ingmar Visser, mei 2002
Peter Modenaar & Maurits van der Molen
- Bijzonderhoogleraarschap (via de UvA)