Approved data requests

An overview of approved data requests can be found below. These applicants have given consent to publish their complete data request.

Data Request Forms: 

  1. Albers et al: Reproducibility_frontal lobe volume measurement
  2. Belteki et al: How infants direct their gaze to faces and objects: The development of the face pop-out phenomenon in the first year of life
  3. Berg, vd et al: Differences in the performance of the antisaccade task and its predictability based on self-reported inhibitory control as a function of age
  4. Boks et al: Epigenetic traces of maternal alcohol use in children at birth
  5. Boomen, vd et al: The effect of Covid-19 related measures on face and emotional face processing in infants and toddlers
  6. Bos et al: Connected and in control II: Development of functional connectivity related to behavioral control
  7. Bos et al: Connected and in control: The morphology of large-scale functional networks supporting behavioral control
  8. Buimer et al: Can inter-individual differences in facial-emotion recognition speed and neural facial-emotion processing in late childhood be explained by age, sex and social competence?
  9. Buimer et al: Childhood adversity and brain structure
  10. Decovic et al: Who Regulates Whom? Longitudinal Transactional Relationships Between Parental Support, Parental Stress and Self-Regulation in Early Childhood
  11. Doyran et al: Multimodal Analysis of Parent-Child Dyadic Interactions
  12. Fakkel et al: Intermediate socioeconomic distribution of the YOUth Child and Adolescent cohort
  13. Fakkel et al (CID Special issue): Socioeconomic sampling effects and adolescent social competence and behavioral control
  14. Fakkel et al: Rater effects in the assessment of self-control 
  15. Gehring et al: Air pollution exposure and preadolescent cognitive function
  16. Gooskens et al: How do environmental factors impact the development of cognitive control and its neural circuitry?
  17. Gooskens et al: The combined neurobiological and behavioral stratification of self-regulation in childhood 
  18. Gooskens et al: Connected and in control: The morphology of large-scale functional networks supporting behavioral control
  19. Haar, ter et al: Early predictors for phonological development: babbles and birds
  20. Hessels et al: Can machine learning predict children's social development from oculomotor signatures in eye tracking data?
  21. Hessels et al: Developmental eye tracking – the good, the bad and the ugly
  22. Hofstee et al: The early development of self-regulation
  23. Hofstee et al: The effects of different categories of environmental factors on the development of self-regulation in young children over time: A parallel process latent growth curve model
  24. Holleman et al: Using dual eye tracking to study gaze behavior during parent-child interactions
  25. Holleman et al: Gaze behavior during parent-child interaction: Turn-taking, conversation topic, speech content.
  26. Klis, vd et al: Infants coordinated gaze and gestures
  27. Klis, vd et al: Language measures in the YOUth study: Validating the modified N-CDIs and PPVT-III-NL scores
  28. Kloe, de et al: Do eye-tracking measures relatie to social competence and behavioral comntrol in school-age and pre-adolescent children? 
  29. Kloe, de et al: Is the Tobii Pro Spectrum a suitable replacement for the Tobii TX300 in a large cohort study?
  30. Kloe, et al, de: Automatic estimation of infant posture in videos of parent-child interaction
  31. Lammertink et al: Alterations in developmental trajectory of large-scale brain network in preterm born children
  32. Pas et al: Individual variability in the spatial distribution of fMRI activation patterns in adolescence
  33. Pas et al: Functional brain networks underlying self-regulation pre-puberty 
  34. Portengen et all: The role of gender in the neurophysiological processing of adult emotional faces in 3-year-olds
  35. Teeuw et al: The moderating effect of parenting on the association between structural and functional brain development and parent-reported externalizing behavior in late childhood and early adolescence
  36. Telea et al: Testing data visualization techniques on eye-tracking data
  37. Velde, vd et al: EEG recordings in developmental cognitive neuroscience data loss
  38. Velde, vd et al: Network characteristics of the developing infant brain
  39. Verhoef et al: Stability and Change in Parenting Profiles across Infancy and Toddlerhood
  40. Zwarte, de et al: The developing prenatal brain, family history of psychiatric illness, and postnatal functional outcome
  41. Zwarte, de et al: Automatic measurements of fetal brain volume from 3D ultrasound scans