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My research covers cognitive neuroscience in healthy and clinical populations (e.g. ADHD) and neuroscience-based interventions (e.g. neurofeedback). For these purposes, I utilize the latest methodological developments in EEG analysis (e.g. source-reconstruction, connectivity analysis). I am motivated to translate neuroscience to applications outside the lab.

One of my main interests is to unravel the underlying neural mechanisms of treatment response in well-designed randomized controlled trials. This may benefit further development and optimization of interventions, but can also serve to untangle specific from non-specific effects. Currently, I am working in the educational neuroscience field, investigating the effects of a newly developed growth-mindset intervention for adolescents using neurofeedback. Furthermore, I study neural processes associated with attention, inhibition and error/feedback monitoring. 

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Research Output 2001 2017

Neural network topology in ADHD; evidence for maturational delay and default-mode network alterations

Janssen, T. W. P., Hillebrand, A., Gouw, A., Geladé, K., Van Mourik, R., Maras, A. & Oosterlaan, J. 2017 In : Clinical Neurophysiology. 128, 11, p. 2258-2267 10 p.

Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

1-year follow-up of neurofeedback treatment in adolescents with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: randomised controlled trial

Bink, M., Bongers, I. L., Popma, A., Janssen, T. W. P. & van Nieuwenhuizen, C. 2016 In : British Journal of Psychiatry.

Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

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