Pieper, Dr. S. (Suzanne)
- Postdoctoral researcher
- Postdocoral researcher in the field of biological psychology and attachment with special emphasis on stress reactivity and genetic influences; Centre for Child and Family Studies, Leiden University.
- Scientific researcher, developing a knowledge ontology on depression and obesity; Emotional Brain, Almere (2006-2008).
- PhD student in the field of prolonged cardiovascular activity, worry and daily life stress; Department of Psychology, Clinical and Health Psychology, Leiden University (2008).
- MA, Bilogical Psychology; Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (2000).
- Internship studying the relation between asthma and depression; Institute of Behavioral Genetics, Boulder, CO, USA (2000).
- Research assistant, supervising interviews collecting Composite International Diagnostic Interviews from twins; Biological Psychology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (1998).
- Research assistant, collecting ambulatory heart rate and blood pressure measurements; Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (1997-1998).
PhD-award 2004-2005, Department of Psychology, Leiden University.
- Physiological differences in stress response
- Prolonged stress response
- Perseverative cognition
- Multi-level statistics
- Ambulatory measurements
- Effects of crying
- Behavioural genetics
- Pieper, S., Brosschot, J.F., Leeden, R. van der, Thayer J.F. Cardiac effects of momentary assessed worry episodes and stressful events. Psychosomitic Medicine. 2007, 69(9): 901-9.
- Pieper, S., Brosschot, J.F. Prolonged stress-related cardiovascular activation: Is there any? Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 2005, 30(2):91-103.
- Brosschot J.F., Pieper, S., Thayer J.F. Expanding stress theory: prolonged activation and perseverative cognition. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2005, 30(10):1043-9.