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Presentations

Awarded Presentations

Non-trainee award of the Fetal Growth 2016 in Toronto, Canada in November 2016, based on the oral presentation: Routine third trimester ultrasonography and pregnant women’s experiences of prenatal care. A stepped-wedge cluster-randomized trial: The IRIS Study.  

Presentations (first author only)

Oral presentation at the Normal Birth Conference 2018 in Ann Arbor, USA in June 2018: Cost-effectiveness of routine third trimester ultrasound screening for IUGR as compared to care as usual. The IRIS Study

Oral presentation at the Conference of the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology (SRIP) 2017 in York, UK, to be presented in September 2017: Maternal anxiety during pregnancy and child behavioural problems in early childhood: The mediating role of mindful parenting

Oral presentation at the International Convention of Psychological Science 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in March 2015: Parental anxiety during pregnancy, Parenting Self-efficacy in Infancy and Executive Functioning in Toddlerhood

Oral presentation at the European Association of Research in Adolescence (EARA) conference 2014 in Izmir/Cesme, Turkey, in September 2014: Personality Traits, Peer Victimization, and Depressive Symptoms: Testing a Diathesis Stress Model

Poster presentation at the Central European Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungary, in January 2013: Infant self-regulation at age 3 months and developmental functioning at age 9 months. 

Oral presentation at the Friends of Sophia Foundation, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, in October 2012: Reduction of emotional distress as prevention of relapse in adolescent inflammatory bowel disease.

Invited Oral presentation at the PAOS Symposium (Postgraduate Academic Education Symposium) of the Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, in October 2010: Prenatal determinants of early behavioral and cognitive development. The Generation R Study.  

Invited Lecture during the Member’s Meeting of the Dutch Association of Infant Mental Health in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in March 2010: Prenatal determinants of early behavioral and cognitive development. The Generation R Study. 

Oral presentation at the 18th World congress of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions in Istanbul, Turkey, in May 2008: Fetal size in mid- and late pregnancy is related to infant alertness. The Generation R Study.

Oral presentation at the Congress of the Dutch Association of Psychiatry  (‘Voorjaarscongres van de Nederlandse Verenigning voor Psychiatrie’) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in March 2008: Maternal psychological distress affects fetal growth trajectories. The Generation R Study.   

Invited Oral presentation at the Generation R Symposium 2007 of the Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, in November 2007: Fetal size in mid- and late pregnancy is related to infant alertness. The Generation R Study.

Oral presentation at the 11th International Congress of the International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology in Göteborg, Sweden, in May 2007: Maternal prenatal anxiety and infant temperament. The Generation R Study.

Poster presentation at the Biennial Meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development in Tampa, USA, in May 2003: Similarity and dissimilarity within friendship and antipathy dyads.