Miranda Christine Lutz-LandesbergenErasmus University Rotterdam | EUR · Institute of Psychology (IOP)
Miranda Christine Lutz-Landesbergen
Master of Science
PhD candidate, Department of Psychology, Education and Child studies at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
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Citations since 2017
3 Research Items
Work in process: - Meta-analysis on steady state evoked potentials: https://osf.io/nq745/ - longitudinal data of the Eriksen Flanker task in a sample of primary school children - testing a model examining the association between adverse child events, cognitive control and internalizing and externalizing problems in a multi-problem male youth sample
September 2017 - present
- PhD Student
- Dissertation topic: the role of cognitive control in the development of externalizing disorders.
September 2016 - August 2017
- Research Assistant
- Full-time research assistant at Health, Medical and Neuropsychology department at Leiden University. Supporting four PhD candidates as a part of the ERC consolidator grant ‘Empowering expectations for health and disease: Training the immune and endocrine system’. PI: Prof. Dr. Andrea Evers.
September 2014 - August 2016
Field of study
- Education and Child studies, specialization (1) Neuroscience and (2) Clinical studies
Background: Deficits in error processing are reflected in an inability of people with externalizing problems to adjust their problem behaviour. The present study contains 2 meta-analyses, testing whether error processing - indexed by the event-related potentials error-related negativity (ERN) and error positivity (Pe) - is reduced in children and...
Previous studies have shown that electrophysiological measures of error processing are affected in patients at risk or diagnosed with internalizing disorders, hence, suggesting that error processing could be a suitable biomarker for internalizing disorders. In this narrative review, we will evaluate studies that address the role of event-related po...
Progress feedback is an intervention aimed at enhancing patient outcomes in routine clinical practice. This study reports a comprehensive multilevel meta-analysis on the effectiveness of progress feedback in psychological treatments in curative care. The short- and long-term effects of feedback on symptom reduction were investigated using 58 (rando...
Longitudinal analysis of behavioral measures of the Eriksen Flanker task in normally developing children in primary school. Stage: data analysis
Collaboration with the NIMH, USA, in which we will investigate neural correlates of a social flanker task in a longitudinal sample