Early Career Award for Eveline Crone
Eveline Crone has been selected as 2011's recipient of the 'Early Career Award' from the Society for Psychophysiological Research.
Prof.dr. Eveline Crone will receive this award at the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) meeting in Boston in September 2011. She will have the opportunity there to present an overview of her work. Furthermore, this paper will be published in the International Journal Psychophysiology.
Society for Psychophysiological Research
International Journal Psychophysiology
Eveline Crone started the Brain & Development laboratory, where brain function is studied using functional MRI-scans of children starting at the age of 8. Developmental psychologist Crone looks into the adolescent brain to see where and why their behaviour differs from that of children and adults. Adolescents are difficult, rebellious and can switch moods in an instant. At the same time they can be creative and even incidentally brilliant. Watch a neuropsychological view of the adolescent brain in the video of De Jonge Akademie:
The growing up of the brain
Leiden Research Profiles
‘Investing in the care of young children is investing in the future’