It was so wonderful to meet in person again at NVP 2022 in Egmond aan Zee April 28-30. Simone Dobbelaar presented her work on “Retaliatory responses in childhood: an fMRI test-replication design”.


Furthermore we share our posters here:

Lina van Drunen presented her poster on “Music alters brain development: A longitudinal twin study on sensorimotor synchronization and brain plasticity

Mara van der Meulen talked about “Growing up prosocially? Longitudinal trajectoreis of prosocial behavior from middle childhood into adolescence”

Michelle Achterberg presented a poster on “Longitudinal associations between social media use, mental well-being and structural brain development across adolescence”

Lara Wierenga showed the preregistration and preliminary results of her project “Understanding vulnerability through variability: a longitudinal study on sex differences in brain development in relation to psychiatric conditions using normative modeling” 

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CID is a large multidisciplinary collaboration that unites the best researchers on youth and development in the Netherlands.
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