Antisocial Behavior

The primary aim of our Research on Individual Antisocial Trajectories (RESIST) is to gain insight into individual developmental trajectories in young adults with a history of antisocial behavior. We do this by studying several underlying psychological and neurobiological mechanisms. For this project, data will be used from a unique cohort of Dutch individuals who have been arrested by the police …

Self Concept

Adolescents develop more complex views of themselves, and become highly sensitive to the opinions of others. In this project, we aim to investigate how adolescents’ self-concept development is associated with changes in structural and functional brain development. We measured structural and functional brain development in a group of 160 adolescents  ranging from  11 to 23 years old by using a cohort-sequential …