Currently, I teach a Psychological Science Theory and Practice Capstone Seminar series at the Melbourne School of Psychological Science.
From 2010 – 2017, I held a teaching position spread over the Utrecht University Department of Experimental Psychology and University College Utrecht.
At the department of Experimental Psychology, I was coordinator of the Experimental Research Methods practical course, (“Experimenteel Onderzoekspracticum Psychologie”), which runs alongside two courses in the first year of the Psychology bachelor program. The purpose of this course is for students to directly apply methodological and statistical knowledge in a hands-on research project, in order to learn to read, write, and critically evaluate research reports and academic articles.
At University College Utrecht I was Fellow of Cognitive Neuroscience. As Fellow, I was responsible for the Cognitive Neuroscience track, which falls under the Science Department within UCU’s Bachelor-level Liberal Arts and Sciences program. The track encompasses four 7.5 ECTS courses as well as several practically-oriented labmodules (including Visual Psychophysics, fMRI Data Analysis, and Behavioral Neuroscience) and a research thesis program. As Fellow, it was my responsibility that the courses combine into a coherent track, and that the track provides the best possible preparation for master programs within (cognitive) neuroscience.
Other Teaching Experience
I have given extensive lectures in the introductory Cognitive Neuroscience course at UCU. Additionally, I have given a range of lectures at Utrecht University, both at Bachelor and at Master level.
I am co-supervisor of a PhD student, Jim Maarseveen, who is working on time perception.
BKO (Basic Tertiary Teaching Qualification) (2011)
SKO (Senior Tertiary Teaching Qualification) (2015)