The Generations2-project is a large longitudinal cohort study on the transition to parenthood, parenting self-efficacy, attachment, and early socioemotional development. This project is conducted by the department of Clinical Child and Family Studies, (principal investigators Dr Mirjam Oosterman & prof dr. Carlo Schuengel), with support from the STSN foundation, NutsOhra, and NWO MaGW.
The site ‘Looking further’ provides information on national Dutch research projects on important factors in the psychosocial development, social networks, relationships and (future) parenting of young people and young adults with a visual impairment.
The project page for “En nu ik…” describes our research project on testing the effectiveness of a psycho-educational program for child witnesses and victims of domestic violence.
The Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development (ISED) The Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development (ISED) is an inter-university, national research institute that conducts research on the education and development of children and adolescents from birth through young adulthood. The term "education" is used here in a broad (European) sense to refer to both in-school instruction and socialization and out-of-school childrearing and socialization. In addition to being a research center, ISED is a graduate school where PhD students receive training and prepare doctoral dissertations in the area of education and human development.
The Instituut voor Extramuraal Geneeskundig Onderzoek (EMGO) Het Instituut voor Extramuraal Geneeskundig Onderzoek is een van de vijf onderzoeksinstituten van het VU Medisch Centrum Amsterdam. Onze activiteiten hebben voornamelijk betrekking op onderzoek in de eerstelijns gezondhiedszorg en de volksgezondheid, die gericht zijn op chronische ziekten en veroudering.
The International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD) The International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development (ISSBD) promotes scientific research of human development throughout the life span, is a truly international organization with more than 1,100 members from 60 countries and welcomes researchers from any scientific disciplines interested in human development.
Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) The Society is a multidisciplinary, not-for-profit, professional association with a membership of approximately 5,500 researchers, practitioners, and human development professionals from over 50 countries. The purposes of the Society are to promote multidisciplinary research in the field of human development, to foster the exchange of information among scientists and other professionals of various disciplines, and to encourage applications of research findings. Our goals are pursued through a variety of programs with the cooperation and service of our governing council, standing committees, and members.