Lotte van Rijn
Lotte van Rijn is a PhD candidate in the Growing Up Together in Society (GUTS) research program as part of the Rotterdam cohort. She is supervised by Eveline Crone, Lydia Krabbendam, and Anna van Duivenvoorde. Lotte is a member of the team coordinating data collection for the consortium in Rotterdam, collaborating with a team at VU Amsterdam. The project will focus on the impact of social and societal opportunities on individual, academic and social outcomes. The potential mediating or moderating role of self-regulation in these processes will be investigated as part of Lotte’s PhD project.
Lotte received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Leiden University in 2020. She then obtained her Research Master in Cognitive Neuroscience (Cum Laude) at Leiden University in 2023. Her thesis, supervised by Lara Wieringa, focused on gender differences in brain structure variance that could relate to gender differences in ASD prevalence. Afterwards, Lotte continued to work for the LCID study (Leiden Consortium on Individual Development), where she was part of a team conducting the 7th wave of data collection.
Erasmus University Rotterdam
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