Meet the Erasmus SYNC Lab team: Eveline Crone Professor Eveline Crone is full professor of neurocognitive developmental psychology at the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences. Michelle Achterberg Postdoctoral Researcher Michelle is a postdoc interested in longitudinal brain development, social information processing and behavioral control. Andrik Becht Postdoctoral Researcher Andrik is a postdoc interested in self-concept and identity formation processes, from both a neurobiological and contextual perspective. Eduard Klapwijk Postdoctoral Researcher Eduard is a postdoc interested in the development of antisocial and risky behavior - also has a strong focus on open science. Philip Brander PhD Candidate Philip studies the underlying neural architecture of prosocial development in childhood and adolescence. Simone Dobbelaar PhD Candidate Simone is a PhD Candidate studying the role of social environment in the neurocognitive development of social competence. Lina van Drunen PhD Candidate Lina is a PhD Candidate studying Individual differences in environmental and genetic effects on structural brain development. Jochem Spaans PhD Candidate Jochem is a PhD candidate focused on the neural signature of prosociality in adolescence, in particular on vicarious gaining. Ilse van de Groep PhD Candidate Ilse is a PhD Candidate studying the persistence of antisocial behavior across development. Suzanne van de Groep PhD Candidate Suzanne is a PhD Candidate studying the behavioral and neural development of prosocial behavior. Renske van der Cruijsen PhD Candidate Renske is a PhD Candidate studying the neural correlates of self-concept development in adolescence. Kayla Green Research Assistant Kayla is a research assistant on the ‘Brainlinks’ project, interested in parent-adolescent relationships and neurocognitive development. Sophie Sweijen Research Assistant Sophie is a research assistant at the Erasmus Sync Lab, working on the Brainlinks Project. Dorien Huijser Lab and Data manager Dorien is our lab manager and plays a big role in our transition to open science. Lysanne te Brinke Postdoctoral Researcher Lysanne te Brinke will start as a Post-Doctoral researcher in August 2020.