Dissertatieprijs

2021

De deadline voor het indienen van proefschriften is inmiddels verstreken. De winnaar zal eind november bekend gemaakt worden. In verband met de afgelaste najaarsconferentie, zal de daadwerkelijke uitreiking van de dissertatieprijs 2021 tijdens de voorjaarsconferentie van 2022 plaatsvinden. 

Hieronder vindt u een overzicht van alle proefschriften die zijn ingediend voor de dissertatieprijs 2021. 

 

Inzendingen

Monitoring everyday life in aging & dementia: Perspectives from experience sampling and technology use
Sara Laureen Bartels

Monitoring everyday life in aging & dementia: Perspectives from experience sampling and technology use door Sara Laureen Bartels

Self-regulation in dual diagnosis: A neuropsychological Perspective
Judith Beerten-Duijkers

Self-regulation in dual diagnosis: A neuropsychological Perspective door Judith Beerten-Duijkers

Cognition in Centenarians: Evaluation of cognitive health and underlying factors in centenarians from the 100+ Study
Nina Beker

Cognition in Centenarians: Evaluation of cognitive health and underlying factors in centenarians from the 100+ Study door Nina Beker

Psychopathic traits and mechanisms of antisocial decision-making
Josi Driessen

Psychopathic traits and mechanisms of antisocial decision-making door Josi Driessen

Staying connected as we speak: Behavioral and tractography evidence from health and neurodegenerative disease
Nikki Janssen

Staying connected as we speak: Behavioral and tractography evidence from health and neurodegenerative disease door Nikki Janssen

Neurocognitive mechanisms of visual working memory and episodic memory in healthy aging and after stroke
Selma Lugtmeijer

Neurocognitive mechanisms of visual working memory and episodic memory in healthy aging and after stroke door Selma Lugtmeijer

Cognitive pathology in Parkinson's disease: A cholinergic perspective
Sygrid van der Zee

Cognitive pathology in Parkinson's disease: A cholinergic perspective door Sygrid van der Zee

Perinatal determinants of child brain development: A population-based neuroimaging study
Runyu Zou

Perinatal determinants of child brain development: A population-based neuroimaging study door Runyu Zou