Eveline de Zeeuw



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faculteit der gedrags- en bewegingswetenschappen ( biologische psychologie )
Postdoc

Personal Information

Eveline de Zeeuw is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Biological Psychology of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Netherlands Twin Register (NTR). She investigates the longitudinal development and inter-generational transmission of psychopathology and well-being. The objective is to disentangle genetic and environmental influences on negative and positive development in children. In her PhD project (2010-2014) she conducted research on the etiology of educational achievement and behavioral problems and the link between those two phenotypes. Eveline holds a master's degree in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Leiden and a master's degree in Human Movement Sciences from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Publications

Huppertz, C, Bartels, M, de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, Hudziak, JJ, Willemsen, G, Boomsma, DI & de Geus, EJC (2016). How nature gradually trumps nurture in exercise behavior: Stability and change in genetic and environmental determinants from age 7 to 18 years. Behavior Genetics (in revision).

Veldkamp, SAM, van Bergen, E, de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, Boomsma, DI, Bartels, M (2016) Bullying and victimization in twins: The effect of classroom sharing and other twin-specific factors. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (submitted).

de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, Ehli, EA, de Geus, EJC, & Boomsma, DI (2016). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder symptoms and low educational achievement: Evidence supporting the causal hypothesis. Behavior Genetics (in revision).

de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, Glasner, TJ, de Geus, EJC, & Boomsma, DI (2016). Arithmetic, reading and writing performance has a strong genetic component: A study in primary school children. Learning and Individual Differences, 47, p. 156-166.

Schwabe, I, Boomsma, DI, de Zeeuw, EL, & van den Berg, SM (2015). A new approach to handle missing covariate data in twin research. Behavior Genetics, 10.1007/s10519-015-9771

de Zeeuw, EL, de Geus, EJC, & Boomsma DI (2015). Meta-analysis of twin studies highlights the importance of genetic variation in primary school educational achievement. Trends in Neuroscience and Education, 4 (3), p. 69-76.

de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, Glasner, TJ, de Geus, EJC, & Boomsma, DI (2015). Childhood ODD and ADHD behavior:  The effect of classroom sharing, gender, teacher gender and their interactions. Behavioral Genetics, 45 (4), p. 394-408.

de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, Glasner, TJ, de Geus, EJC, Boomsma, DI (2014). Do children perform and behave better at school when taught by same-gender teachers. Learning and Individual Differences, 36, p. 152-156.

de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, Glasner, TJ, Bartels, M, Ehli, EA, Davies, GE, Hudziak et al. (2014). Polygenic scores associated with educational attainment in adults predict educational achievement and ADHD symptoms in children. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B. 9999, p. 1-11.

de Zeeuw, EL (2014). Book Review: G is for Genes: The impact of genetics on education and achievement. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 17 (2), p. 140-141.

van Beijsterveldt, CEM, Groen-Blokhuis, M, Hottenga, JJ, Franic, S, Hudzial, JJ, Lamb, D, Huppertz, C et al. (2013). The Young Netherlands Twin Register (YNTR): Longitudinal twin and family studies in over 70,000 children. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 16 (1), p. 252-267. 

de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, & Boomsma, DI (2012). Waarom de appel vaak niet ver van de boom valt. De invloed van genen en omgeving op de ontwikkeling van een kind. In: Kinderen-in-ontwikkeling op de basischool. Antwerpen-Apeldoorn: Garant.

de Zeeuw, EL, van Beijsterveldt, CEM, de Geus, EJC, & Boomsma, DI (2010). Twin specific risk factors in primary school achievements. Twin Research and Human Genetics, 15 (1), p. 107-115.

de Zeeuw, EL, Tak, ECPM, Dusseldorf, E, Hendriksen, IJM (2010). Workplace exercise intervention to prevent depression: A pilot randomized controlled trial. Mental Health and Physical Activity, 3, p. 72-77.