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<h3>About this page</h3> <p>In this OSF project, we share the projects of the Erasmus SYNC lab (Society, Youth and Neuroscience Connected) at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. We will share new methods and materials (e.g., questionnaires), preregistrations, preprints, etc.</p> <p>Current projects are: - Brainlinks: the neural basis of prosocial development in adolescence - Self Concept: the neural significance of self-concept development in adolescence - RESIST: Research on Individual (Anti-) Social Trajectories - Prosocial behavior in adolescence during the pandemic Covid-19 crisis - Wellbeing, self-oriented and prosocial behaviour among adolescents and students in Rotterdam during the pandemic Covid-19 crisis</p> <h3>External links</h3> <p>For more information, see our <a href="https://erasmus-synclab.nl" rel="nofollow">lab website</a>. Also feel free to check out our <a href="https://github.com/eur-synclab" rel="nofollow">github page</a>.</p>
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