Anna van Duijvenvoorde
a.c.k.van.duijvenvoorde [at] fsw.leidenuniv [dot] nl
Anna van Duijvenvoorde is an assistant professor at the Institute of Psychology of Leiden University. She received her PhD in 2013˗˗with honors˗˗from the University of Amsterdam, in which she examined the (neural)developmental changes in risky decision-making. Specifically, she applied model-based approaches to behavioral and brain-based data, focusing on age-related changes as well as individual differences. During her PhD she spent some time in the lab of prof. BJ Casey (Sackler Institute) and prof. Elke Weber (Columbia University). Now, in the B&D lab she is interested in analyzing longitudinal changes in brain activation related to changes in learning and decision making across adolescence.