Banier
 

Research Team – Who are we?



Prof. Dr. Chantal Kemner

Chantel Kemner is the head of our lab and professor in Biological Developmental Psychology.



Carlijn van den Boomen, PhD. 

Carlijn van den Boomen is a postdoctoral researcher in our lab and is researching the development of social perceptions. 



Janna Cousijn, PhD.

Janna Cousijn is a postdoctoral researcher in our lab and researches how the child and pubertal brain develops. 



Caroline Junge, PhD.

Caroline Junge is a postdoctoral researcher in our lab and is researching the social processes involved in how young children learn words. 



Nicolette Munsters, MSc.

Nicolette Munsters is working towards her PhD and is focusing on the development of parent-child interactions, and how perceptions play an important role within these interactions.



Roy Hessels, MSc.

Roy Hessels focuses, within his PhD project, on social interaction. He is developing new methods in order to research this with looking behaviour.



Rianne van Rooijen, MSc.

Rianne van Rooijen is focusing her PhD project on the social development within the baby brain. She is also the contact person for any questions, and she deals with participant registration.



Renata Di Lorenzo, MSc.

Renata di Lorenzo is focusing her PhD project on the social development of the baby brain and the early characteristics of autism.  



Lilli van Wielink, MSc.

Lilli van Wielink works as a research assistant at the University Utrecht and is focusing on research on the early characteristics of autism. 



Eline Bekkers, BSc.

Eline Bekkers is currently completing her research master Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Amsterdam, and works at our lab as part of her internship. 



Kelly van Bindsbergen, BSc.

Kelly van Bindsbergen is currently completing her research master Development and Socialisation in Childhood and Adolesence and is doing her internship in our lab. She is mostly interested in early development of babies and toddlers.