Simone Dobbelaar, MSc

Leiden University & Erasmus University Rotterdam


fMRI, brain development, social behavioral control, prosocial behavior, differential susceptibility, R
Individual diferences in social development are best understood when studying it on multiple dimensions and using different approaches

Simone Dobbelaar is a PhD candidate at Leiden University and Erasmus University Rotterdam. She focuses on the role of the social environment in the neurocognitive development of social competence. Specifically, she is interested in the development of prosocial behavior and social aggression regulation, and the co-occurence of these behaviors. In her free time, she is a board game fanatic and loves strolling around bookstores.

Development matters | Leiden-CID study

This study was developed as one of four work packages of the overarching Consortium on Individual Development (CID).

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