Individual Differences (ID)
Individual differences within and between populations
There are strong differences between individuals with regards to their cognitive abilities, development, brain functioning, behaviour, vulnerability to psychopathology etc. We also know that there are important differences between populations, for example in risk for certain physical and mental health problems.
Our research is aimed at understanding individual differences within and between populations by integrating scientific insights from various disciplines. We examine genetic vulnerability and environmental risk factors (and their interaction), as well as differences in cognitive abilities and psychological characteristics. Moreover, we focus on how these factors change during the life span.
Dr Lucas Molleman
- Faculty FMG
- Department Psychology
- Group Developmental psychology
- Other Affiliation Max Planck Institute for Human Development
- Position Post doc
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- Faculty AMC
- Department Emma Neuroscience Group
- Group Emma Neuroscience Group, department of Pediatrics, Amsterdam Reproduction & Development
- Other Affiliation Vrije Universiteit, Clinical Neuropsychology section, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
- Position Professor
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Dr Dirk Smit
- Faculty AMC
- Department Psychiatry
- Group Smit /Denys
- Other Affiliation none
- Position Assistant Professor (UD)
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