RIDDL - Research in Developmental Disorders Lab

RIDDL logoThe Developmental Disorders lab conducts mainly fundamental research into the psychopathological mechanisms of autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and learning disabilities. Participants are children, adolescents, and adults, which gives the possibility to take into account a developmental dimension.

This fundamental research contributes to psychological theory building and has implications for diagnosis and intervention. In addition there is a specific focus on psychophysiological (EEG/ERP/fMRI/fNIRS) research. The research group also participates in cross-national studies on psychological interventions, neurophysiological research in babies, screening of autism spectrum disorder and genetics. 

 

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In het Nederlands