Sanne de Vet
In 2016, Sanne de Vet obtained her master ‘Child and Family Studies’ (cum laude) at Leiden University and in 2018 her master ‘Youth, Education and Society’ at Utrecht University. In addition, she finished the minor ‘Child abuse and neglect: A life course perspective’ during her Bachelor. After graduation, Sanne worked as research assistant within the twin study ‘Samen Uniek’ at Leiden University
Sanne currently works as PhD candidate at the department of Parenting, Child Care and Development. Her PhD project focuses on the well-being of infants in professional child care.
- Bachelor: thesis supervision
- Bachelor: observation of interactions within families (tutorials)
- dr. Harriet Vermeer
- dr. Claudia Vrijhof
- dr. Shelley van der Veek
- NVO Basis Pedagoog
- Euser Saskia, Bosdriesz Jizzo R., Vrijhof Claudia I., van den Bulk Bianca G., van Hees Debby, de Vet Sanne M., van IJzendoorn Marinus H. & Bakermans-Kranenburg Marian J. (2020), How Heritable are Parental Sensitivity and Limit-Setting? A Longitudinal Child-Based Twin Study on Observed Parenting, Child Development : 1-15.
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