Mitch van Geel
Mitch van Geel studied psychology at the University of Amsterdam (2001-2006). He finished his studies with a specialization in research methods and statistics. After his study, he finished a PhD on the acculturation and adaptation of immigrant youth in the Netherlands at Leiden University (2006-2009). Since 2009 he is employed as assistant professor at Leiden University. He teaches the courses 'Interventions in Child Studies' and 'Introduction to Child Studies' and does research on bullying and cyberbullying.
Curriculum Vitae (2017)
The research of Mitch van Geel focuses on peer victimization, bullying and cyberbullying. He analyzes the potential consequences of bullying, but also focuses on which ostyouth are likely to become bullies or victims of (cyber)bullying. Mitch van Geel is also involved as a methodologist/ statistician and/or as a co-promotor in projects about youth time spending in India, youth psychopathy, rebound facilities, foster care, polarization and immigrant youth.
- Grassroots Subsidy (2016; 1.000 euro's): for innovations in teaching.
- Stichting Kinderpostzegels Nederland (2014; 25.000 euro's): for a study about decision making in foster care.
- ZonMW diversity in youthcare (2010; 86.000 euro's). For a study about polarization between immigrant and national youth.
- Jacobs Foundation Traveling Grant (2008; 500 euro's). To attend a summer school on Syros.
- Excellent Teacher in Child Studies (2016; 2000 euro's)
- Best Article in Child Maltreatment (2016; $1.000)
Supervised PhD candidates
- Begum Coskun (2015) title: Time-Out: an evaluation of rebound facilities.
- Janna Fortuin (2016) title: Birds of a feather: Selection and Socialization Processes in Youths’ Social Networks.
- Radhika Bapat (2016) title: The class divide in urban Indian youths’ lives; their time use and adaptive functioning.
- Anouk Goemans (2017) title: The development of children in foster care
- Wendy Zwaanswijk (2017) title: Psychopathy in 3D: Using three dimensions to model psychopathic traits in youth
No relevant ancillary activities