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- faculteit der gedrags- en bewegingswetenschappen ( sectie ontwikkelingspedagogiek )
- Assistant professor
- attachment and psychophysiology
- attachment and foster care
- disordered attachment
- mental representations of attachment
- parental cognitions (e.g. parental self-efficacy)
- caregiving and affect-regulation
- transition to parenthood
Oosterman, M. & Schuengel, C (in press)
Attachment in Foster Children Associated with Caregivers' Sensitivity and Behavioral Problems. Infant Mental Health Journal
Oosterman, M. & Schuengel, C. (2007)
Physiological effects of separation and reunion in relation to attachment and temperament in young children. Developmental Psychobiology, 49, 119-128.
Oosterman, M. & Schuengel, C. (2007)
Autonomic reactivity of Children to Separation and Reunion with Foster Parents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 46, 1196-1203.
Oosterman, M., Schuengel, C., Slot, N.W., Bullens, R.A.R., & Doreleijers, T.A.H. (2007)
Disruptions in foster care: A review and meta-analysis. Children and Youth Services Review, 29, 53-76.
post-doctoral courses (e.g. attachment/attachment disturbances)
bachelor and master thesis
2007: PhD, Attachment to foster parents (Dept. Clinical Child & Family Studies, VU University Amsterdam). Supervisors: Prof. Dr. C. Schuengel and Prof. Dr. N. W. Slot
2001: Master clinical psychology (major) and biological psychology (minor) (Dept. Psychology, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)
2006: Post-doc (Clinical Child & Family Studies, VU University Amsterdam)
2002: PhD-student (Clinical Child & Family Studies, VU University Amsterdam)
2001: Traineeship clinical psychology (GGZ Groningen; Mental Health Center)
Other academic activities
Ad hoc reviewer for Children and Youth Services Review
2005-2007 : Student-member of the board of the Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development (ISED)
2005-2007: Student-member of the curriculum committee of the Institute for the Study of Education and Human Development (ISED)
2007: Two months research visit to the Oregon Social Learning Center (Dr. Phil Fisher) and two weeks research visit to the University of Delaware (prof. Dr. M. Dozier).
2006: Three-day workshop and individual training in identifying symptoms of disordered attachment by Dr. N. W. Boris of Tulane University, School of Medicine of New Orleans.
2003: Two-week workshop on the preschool attachment coding system (Cassidy & Marvin, 1992) by Dr. R. Marvin of the University of Virginia
2003: One month research visit to the University of Delaware (Prof. Dr. M. Dozier)
- Patterns of attachment behavior and caregiving in foster care dyads (Oosterman & Schuengel). Symposium ‘Individual differences in attachment: Perspectives from foster care research’ at the ISSBD 2006 in Melbourne, Australia.
- Measuring attachment in foster children: Theoretical and methodological challenges (Schuengel & Oosterman). Symposium ‘Individual differences in attachment: Perspectives from foster care research’ at the ISSBD 2006 in Melbourne, Australia.
- Associated factors of disturbances of attachment in preschool children living in foster families (Oosterman & Schuengel). Symposium ‘Atypical attachment in clinical populations’ at the WAIMH 2006 in Paris, France.
- Autonomic Reactivity in Relation to Attachment in Foster Children (Oosterman & Schuengel). Symposium ‘The Psychobiology of Separation and Reunion in Dyads at Risk’ at the SRCD 2007 in Boston, USA.
- Autonomic Nervous System Activity in the Strange Situation with Preschoolers (Schuengel & Oosterman). Symposium ‘Psychobiology of Attachment and Temperament’ at the SRCD 2007 in Boston, USA.
- Differences between biological and foster children on physiological indicators of attachment (Oosterman). International research seminar on ‘Physiological Parameters of Caregiving Relationships’ organized by ISED (2006) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.