Erasmus SYNC lab
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Description: This page links all projects in the Erasmus SYNC lab (Society, Youth and Neuroscience Connected) at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
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Prosocial behavior in adolescence during the pandemic Covid-19 crisis
In this study we will test how experiences of pandemic crisis impact 1) prosocial thoughts, intentions and behaviors in adolescents, 2) self-oriented ...
Wellbeing, self-oriented and prosocial behaviour among adolescents and students in Rotterdam during the pandemic Covid-19 crisis
This OSF page is dedicated to a research project on wellbeing, self-oriented and prosocial behaviour among adolescents and students in Rotterdam durin...
RESIST - Research on Individual (Anti-) Social Trajectories
The Resist project is a collaboration between researchers from Erasmus University Rotterdam, Leiden University, VUMC and the Netherlands Institute for...
How music alters brain development: A longitudinal twin study on sensorimotor synchronization and brain plasticity
With this project, we aim to unravel whether sensorimotor synchronization performance, a key component of musical capability, is related to individual...
Mood fluctuations during development and their relation to sleep and brain development
In this project mood variability will be studied throughout adolescent development. In addition, the association with sleep and brain structure will b...
Neural mechanisms underlying trust to friends, unknown peers, and community members: A cross-sectional fMRI study to trust in adolescence
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Adolescence is an important transition period from childhood to adulthood, in which individuals develop into contributing members of society (Crone &a...
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