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E. (Eline) Wagemaker MSc

Project: Same Problem, Different Causes: Individualized Explanations for Susceptibility to Peer Influence in Adolescents with Mild-to-Borderline Intellectual Disability Adolescents with mild-to-borderline intellectual disability (MBID) show high risk taking, potentially due to their higher susceptiblity to peer influence than typically developing adolescents. My project focuses on why adolescents with mild-to-borderline intellectual disability (MBID) may be more susceptible to peer influence. The importance of three potential underlying factors is investigated: inhibition, Theory of Mind and interpretation bias. With this knowledge I aim to develop a personalized intervention to decrease the risk taking in MBID due to peer influence.
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Programme group Developmental Psychology

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