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Janique Kroese is a PhD candidate, supervised by Wim Bernasco (NSCR), Jan Rouwendal (SBE), and Aat Liefbroer (FSW). At the NSCR, she investigates the effects of being raised in a single-parent family on criminal involvement of adolescents. Before starting this PhD position, she obtained a research master's degree in Social Psychology and worked as a research assistant and junior teacher at the VU Amsterdam.
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How reproductive hormonal changes affect relationship dynamics for women and men: A 15-day diary studyRighetti, F., Tybur, J., Van Lange, P., Echelmeyer, L., van Esveld, S., Kroese, J., van Brecht, J. & Gangestad, S., 1 Jan 2020, In : Biological Psychology. 149, 107784.
Research output: Contribution to Journal › Article › Academic › peer-review
PhD project Broken Homes and Crime: Differential Effects of Parental Divorce, Parental Decease, and Out-of-Wedlock Birth on Criminal Involvement in Offspring
Prize › Academic