I’m a PhD candidate at the Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University, Nijmegen. My main research interests concern mobile technologies, in particular the effects of permanent availability via smartphones. At the same time, I’m a strong supporter of preregistration and Open Science.
The PhD project deals with the effects of smartphone use on cognitive processes and the question if and how these effects might occur. I mostly conduct laboratory experiments, surveys, as well as field studies combining experience sampling and smartphone logging. My supervisors are Harm Veling and Moniek Buijzen.
Currently, I’m visiting the Healthy Cognition Lab at the School of Psychology at University of Glasgow.
MSc Communication (Research Master), 2015
University of Amsterdam
BA Media and Communication with Minor in German Literature, 2013
University of Mannheim
2018 / 2019
2017 / 2018