Selin is a PhD candidate at the clinical psychology department at Leiden University and affiliated to CHANGE Leiden. Selin graduated from the Research Master’s program in Developmental Psychology in 2020. During her studies, she conducted research at the Cognitive Developmental & Affective Physiology Lab at Leiden University and the Developmental Electrophysiology Lab at Yale Child Study Center where she investigated electrophysiological responses to social evaluative feedback in relation to social anxiety. Her project -- co-supervised by Prof. Ellen de Bruijn, Dr. Anna van Duijvenvoorde, and Dr. Henk van Steenbergen -- focuses on the relationship between resilience, uncertainty, and cognitive flexibility as part of the interdisciplinary Social Resilience and Security Program.
selin's project in collaboration with Change Leiden
The interdisciplinary Social Resilience and Security Program seeks to better identify, prevent and reduce the causes and consequences of transgressive behaviors in society.