Euser, Dr E.M. (Eveline)





Dr. Eveline Euser is no longer working at the Department for Child & Family Studies.

Academic Career

  • PhD. student in the field of research on attachment, with a special emphasis on stress reactivity, rearing style and child abuse, Centre for Child and Family Studies and Data Theory, Leiden University. Title of the research project: 'Twinstap, a comprehensive study on the development of children of twins' (see website). Supervised by prof. dr. Van IJzendoorn, dr. Bakermans-Kranenburg and dr. Pijlman; Co-researcher in a national study on the prevalence of child abuse in the Netherlands (NPM) (2005-2009)
  • MA. Education, cum laude, Universiteit Leiden (Department of Education and Child Studies; Special education and Child Care. Master's thesis: 'Het construct SLI: Babylonische spraakverwarring?', about the research and clinical implications of the weak concept validity of Pragmatic Language Impairments. Supervised by prof. dr. I.A. van Berckelaer-Onnes and dr. I. Noens (2005)
  • Research assistant for prof. dr. Juffer and the Adoption Centre (ADOC): writing reports about adoption related topics (2002-2005)
  • Research assistant for prof. dr. Kroonenberg: structuring the NICHD database (2002)

Teaching activities

  • Training of bachelor- and masterstudents in administering an Adult Attachment Interview (AAI)
  • Supervision of bachelor- and masterstudents

Research areas and activities

Attachment, with a special emphasis on:

  • Stress reactivity
  • Rearing style
  • Child abuse

Selected publications

  • Euser, E.M. (2006). ADOC DOC 'Groei en gezondheid bij adoptiekinderen'. Leiden

Last Modified: 31-01-2013