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  • Stichting COTAPP (cognitieve test applicatie) | Nijmegen | | 2018-09-10 - present

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Marjolein Luman is an associate professor at the clinical neuropsychology department, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Her research focuses on the aetiology and treatment of children with externalizing behavior problems inluding ADHD. She is particularly interested in neurocognitive and motivational processes and the interplay between reinforcement sensitivity and learning.

Research

Dissertations:

  • Marloes van Lieshout, June 8, 2018:'Predicting Clinical Outcome in children with ADHD.' click here;
  • Betty Veenman, November 18, 2018: 'Positivity & Rules; A Classy Way to Manage ADHD Behavior.'  click here; Teacher training targetting inattention and hyperactivity, sponsored by Stichting Kinderpostzegels Druk in de klas click here.;
  • Anne-Fleur Kortekaas-Rijlaarsdam, September 18, 2018. 'Academic Underperformance in Children with ADHD: Is Medication the Solution?' click here;
  • Carlijn Bergwerff, February 10, 2017. 'Food for thought: Novel insights into childhood ADHD.' click here;
  • Siri Noordermeer, June 26, 2019. 'The ODD part of ADHD' (Cum Laude). 

 

Education

  • Member of Educational Committee (Opleidingscommissie, OLC) Master Psychology;
  • Track coordinator clinical neuropsychology;
  • Organiser and lecturer Pediatric Neuropsychology (Pediatrische Neuropsychologie) BA3;
  • Lecturer Preminor Emotion, Cognition and Behavior (Emotie Cognitie en Gedrag) BA2;
  • Organiser and lecturer Clinical Lessons (Klinische Lessen) BA3;     
  • Supervisor of Bachelor and Master theses.

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