Ms J.V. (Jolien) van Aar
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Powl : Childhood education and family support
Nieuwe Achtergracht 127 Amsterdam
1001 NG Amsterdam
Jolien van Aar started in September 2015 as a PhD student at the research department Childhood Education and Family Support. Her research focusses on the long term effects of parenting interventions, the elements of parenting interventions that "drive" these long term effects, and the possible differences in long term effects for different subgroups of parents and children.
Jolien received her bachelor diploma in Human Movement Sciences (2012) at the Free University in Amsterdam. In 2015, she received her Master degree in Pedagogical Sciences and Research Master degree in Child Development and Education at the University of Amsterdam.
- van Aar, J., Leijten, P., Orobio de Castro, B., & Overbeek, G. (2017). Sustained, fade-out or sleeper effects? A systematic review and meta-analysis of parenting interventions for disruptive child behavior. Clinical Psychology Review, 51, 153. [details]
Keynote / Invited lecture
- van Aar, J.V. (speaker), Leijten, P.H.O. (speaker) & Overbeek, G.J. (speaker) (12-11-2015): Are there "sleeper effects" of parenting interventions? A meta-analysis, Poster presented at VNOP-ISED-CAS Research Days, Leiden, NL.
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