Dear VNOP members,
You are all invited to the public dissertation defence of Eduard Klapwijk, taking place next Tuesday 23-1-2018 from 16:15 – 17:00 in Leiden. His dissertation title is: “Neural mechanisms of social-emotional dysfunction in autism spectrum disorder and conduct disorder”.
For location details, visit this link. No registration is necessary.
Leading up to this PhD defence, a symposium on the neural bases of prosocial and antisocial behavior will take place at the same location from 11:00 – 14:00 (lunch is included).… Continue reading
VNOP Conference 2018
May 15th – 16th at ‘Hof van Wageningen’
We invite you to contribute to the upcoming conference of the ‘Vereniging Nederlandse Ontwikkelings Psychologie in 2018’.
Deadline for abstract submissions is 18th of December 2017.
You can submit the following types of contributions:
- A complete symposium
- A single paper presentation
- A single poster presentation
A symposium should consist of 3 paper submissions and a discussion led by a 4th contributor or 4 paper submissions.… Continue reading
New PhD position in developmental neuroimaging – Neurolab NL
The project is financed by an OCW-Startimpuls grant and is part of the new NWA program NeurolabNL: Optimal conditions for learning and safety of youth. The goal of this program is to utilize knowledge on behavior and neurology to understand how youth obtain knowledge, learn skills, deal with challenges in society, and how they can develop optimally.… Continue reading
Dear colleagues of VNOP, ISED and CAS,
The preliminary program for the upcoming VNOP-ISED-CAS Researchdays of 23 and 24 November are now available. See below for the program at a glance (precise locations are still subject to change) and a description of the conference locations.
The full definitive program will follow soon.
Abstract submission is closed as of: October the 16th, 2017
Registration is closed as of: November the 6th, 2017
Questions can be addressed to the secretaries of VNOP, ISED, and CAS through email@example.com.… Continue reading