I am a DPhil (PhD) candidate working as part of the Calleva project. Although I currently work within the Anthropology department, I have worked in different fields as well and consider myself a behavioural scientist. I hold a BA in Psychology and an MSc in Behavioural Science from Radboud University, where I worked with Dr. Willem Frankenhuis.
I am interested in how human social groups affect social behaviour. I am working on several meta-analyses related to this topic in order to see what we can learn from all the studies already out there. I think it is important to integrate knowledge from various disciplines, and I enjoy working with a group of people from many different backgrounds, like Anthrologue. I value open and reproducible research practices, and I enjoy talking to other researchers about ways to integrate these practices into their projects.
selected publicationsFor a full list of publications, see
Hidden talents in harsh conditions? A preregistered study of memory and reasoning about social dominance Developmental Science 2020
Does exposure to psychosocial adversity enhance deception detection ability? Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences 2018