dr. Roos Hutteman
R.Hutteman@uu.nl
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Profiel

Roos Hutteman received her MSc from Utrecht University in 2009 and her PhD from the Humboldt-University Berlin in 2013. During her graduate studies she was a predoctoral fellow at the International Max Planck Research School on the Life Course (LIFE) and worked as a visiting researcher at the University of Michigan for three months. After a post-doc year at the University of Münster she returned to the Netherlands in October 2013 and is now an assistant professor at Utrecht University. Her research focuses on personality development across the lifespan, the dynamic interplay of personality and social relationships, personality and having children, and the interpersonal consequences of narcissism. Roos currently works as Head of Recruitment and Selection at the educational NGO Teach First Deutschland (www.teachfirst.de).

Wetenschappelijke expertises
lifespan development
experience sampling techniques (smartphone reports, online diaries)
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Professional Positions
Since 10/2013
Assistant professor at the Department of Developmental Psychology, Utrecht University, the Netherlands

01/2013 – 09/2013
Postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Psychology, Section of Psychological Assessment and Personality Psychology, University of Münster, Germany

10/2012 - 12/2012
Research assistant at the Department of Psychology, Section of Psychological Assessment and Personality Psychology, University of Münster, Germany

03/2012 - 06/2012
Research stay at the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, USA

04/2010 - 12/2012
External pre-doctoral fellow at the International Max Planck Research School "The Life Course: Evolutionary and Ontogenetic Dynamics" (LIFE)

10/2009 - 09/2012
Research assistant at the Department of Psychology, Section of Personality Development, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany

01/2006 - 06/2009
Student research and teaching assistant at the Department of Psychology, Section of Developmental Psychology, Utrecht University, the Netherlands

Education
10/2009 - 01/2013
Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany
Ph.D. (Dr. rer. nat.) in Psychology

09/2007 - 06/2009
Utrecht University, the Netherlands
MSc in Psychology (Research Master Development and Socilization in Childhood and Adolescence)

09/2004 - 08/2007
Utrecht University, the Netherlands
BSc in Psychology

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Sleutelpublicaties

Hutteman, R., Nestler, S., Wagner, J., Egloff, B. & Back, M. D. (2015). Wherever I may roam: Processes of self-esteem development from adolescence to emerging adulthood in the context of international student exchange. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108 (5), (pp. 767-783).

Hutteman, R., Bleidorn, W., Keresteš, G., Brković, I., Butković, A. & Denissen, J.J.A. (2014). Reciprocal associations between parenting challenges and parents’ personality development in young and middle adulthood. European Journal of Personality, 28, (pp. 168-179).

Hutteman, R., Hennecke, M., Orth, U., Reitz, A. K. & Specht, J. (2014). Developmental tasks as a framework to study personality development in adulthood and old age. European Journal of Personality, 28 (3), (pp. 267-278).

Hutteman, R., Bleidorn, W., Penke, L. & Denissen, J.J.A. (2013). It takes two: A longitudinal dyadic study on predictors of fertility outcomes. Journal of Personality, 81, (pp. 487-498) (12 p.).

Hutteman, R., Denissen, J.J.A., Asendorpf, J.B. & van Aken, M.A.G. (2009). Changing dynamics in problematic personality: A multiwave longitudinal study of the relationship between shyness and aggressiveness from childhood to early adulthood. Development and Psychopathology, 21, (pp. 1083-1094) (12 p.).

Alle publicaties
  2018 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Luan, Ziyan, Poorthuis, Astrid M.G., Hutteman, Roos, Asendorpf, Jens B., Denissen, Jaap J.A. & van Aken, Marcel A.G. (01-01-2018). See me through my eyes - Adolescent–parent agreement in personality predicts later self-esteem development. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 42 (1), (pp. 17-25) (9 p.).
Luan, Z., Poorthuis, A.M.G., Hutteman, R., Denissen, J.J.A., Asendorpf, J.B. & van Aken, M.A.G. (2018). Unique Predictive Power of Other-Rated Personality - An 18-Year Longitudinal Study. Journal of Personality
  2017 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
van Prooijen, Dionne L, Hutteman, Roos, Mulder, Hanna, van Aken, Marcel A G & Laceulle, Odilia M (07-11-2017). Self-control, parenting, and problem behavior in early childhood - A multi-method, multi-informant study. Infant Behavior and Development, 50, (pp. 28-41) (14 p.). Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved..
  2016 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Luan, Z., Hutteman, R., Denissen, J.J.A., Asendorpf, J.B. & van Aken, M.A.G. (2016). Do you see my growth? Two longitudinal studies on personality development from childhood to young adulthood from multiple perspectives. Journal of Research in Personality
Leckelt, Marius, Back, Mitja D., Foster, Joshua D., Hutteman, Roos, Jaeger, Garrett, McCain, Jessica, Twenge, Jean M. & Campbell, W. Keith (01-02-2016). Entering adulthood in a recession tempers later narcissism - But only in men. Journal of Research in Personality, 60, (pp. 8-11) (4 p.).
van Scheppingen, M.A., Jackson, Josh J., Specht, J., Hutteman, R., Denissen, Jaap & Bleidorn, W. (2016). Personality trait development during the transition to parenthood: A test of social investment theory. Social Psychological and Personality Science
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Hutteman, Roos & van Aken, Marcel (2015). Personality traits versus personality types. In Hal Miller (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Theory in Psychology SAGE.
Hutteman, R., Nestler, S., Wagner, J., Egloff, B. & Back, M. D. (2015). Wherever I may roam: Processes of self-esteem development from adolescence to emerging adulthood in the context of international student exchange. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108 (5), (pp. 767-783).
  2014 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Hutteman, R., Hennecke, M., Orth, U., Reitz, A. K. & Specht, J. (2014). Developmental tasks as a framework to study personality development in adulthood and old age. European Journal of Personality, 28 (3), (pp. 267-278).
Hutteman, R. (2014 2015) Editorial board member Frontiers in Psychology (Journal)
Reitz, A. K., Zimmermann, J., Hutteman, R., Specht, J. & Neyer, F.J. (2014). How peers make a difference: The role of peer groups and peer relationships in personality development. European Journal of Personality, 28 (3), (pp. 279-288).
Hutteman, R. (2014) Invited speaker Invited presentation at the Department of Differential Psychology and Personality Psychology, University of Jena, January 2014 (01-01-2014) Microprocesses of personality development in the context of international mobility.
Hutteman, R., Bleidorn, W., Keresteš, G., Brković, I., Butković, A. & Denissen, J.J.A. (2014). Reciprocal associations between parenting challenges and parents’ personality development in young and middle adulthood. European Journal of Personality, 28, (pp. 168-179).
Asendorpf, Jens B., Van De Schoot, Rens, Denissen, Jaap J A & Hutteman, Roos (01-01-2014). Reducing bias due to systematic attrition in longitudinal studies - The benefits of multiple imputation. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 38 (5), (pp. 453-460) (8 p.).
Hutteman, R. (2014) Invited speaker Invited talk at the Department of Developmental Psychology, Tilburg University, February 2014 (01-01-2014) State processes of personality trait development.
Specht, J., Bleidorn, W., Denissen, J.J.A., Hennecke, M., Hutteman, R., Kandler, C., Luhmann, M., Orth, U., Reitz, A. K. & Zimmermann, J. (2014). What drives adult personality development? A comparison of theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence. European Journal of Personality, 28 (3), (pp. 216-230).
  2013 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Hutteman, R., Bleidorn, W., Penke, L. & Denissen, J.J.A. (2013). It takes two: A longitudinal dyadic study on predictors of fertility outcomes. Journal of Personality, 81, (pp. 487-498) (12 p.).
Hutteman, R. () Invited speaker Invited presentation at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, April 2013 (01-01-2013) Personality development across the life span
  2012 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Van Beek, Y., Hessen, D.J., Hutteman, R., Verhulp, E.E. & Van Leuven, M. (2012). Age and gender differences in depression across adolescence: real or 'bias?'. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 53, (pp. 973-985) (13 p.).
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Orue, I., Bushman, B. J., Carlvete, E., Thomaes, S., Orobio de Castro, B. & Hutteman, R. (2011). Monkey see, monkey do, monkey hurt: Longitudinal effects of exposure to violence on children’s aggressive behavior. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2, (pp. 432-437) (6 p.).
  2011 - Vakpublicaties
van Aken, M.A.G., Hutteman, R. & Denissen, J.J.A. (2011). Personality traits in adolescence. In B.B. Brown & M. Prinstein (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Adolescence (pp. 261-268) (8 p.). Oxford: Elsevier.
  2009 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Hutteman, R., Denissen, J.J.A., Asendorpf, J.B. & van Aken, M.A.G. (2009). Changing dynamics in problematic personality: A multiwave longitudinal study of the relationship between shyness and aggressiveness from childhood to early adulthood. Development and Psychopathology, 21, (pp. 1083-1094) (12 p.).
  0 - Overige resultaten
Hutteman, R. 2014 Recipient Wiley Prize for best student-led paper published in the European Journal of Personality of 2014
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The development of personality and interpersonal relationships
In the CONNECT study (CONNECT – Kennenlernen im Studium), we investigate the co-development of personality traits and interpersonal relationships in a sample of emerging adults. We followed a group of 130 freshmen during the first semester and investigated the development of their relationships from zero acquaintance to closer relationships as well as their personality development. We used daily diary methods, experience sampling, and online questionnaires to retrieve fine-grained, real-life process data on person-environment interactions. This study is part of a larger project funded by the German Science Foundation which has a special focus on the development of narcissism and popularity.

Collaborators:
Mitja Back, University of Münster
Albrecht Küfner, University of Münster
Steffen Nestler, University of Münster

Personality development in the context of international mobility
International mobility is an increasingly important developmental task in adolescence and young adulthood. The decision to move abroad as well as the experiences people make while being abroad are likely influenced by their personality. At the same time, international mobility and the experience during a stay abroad might influence the development of personality. In the MOPED project (Mobilitiy and Personality Development) we use high-school student exchange as a research context for fine-grained analyses of the processes underlying mean-level and rank-order personality change in adolescence and young adulthood.

Collaborators:
Mitja Back, University of Münster
Boris Egloff, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Steffen Nestler, University of Münster

Personality development in the social context from childhood into early adulthood
In the Munich Longitudinal Study on the Genesis of Individual Competencies (LOGIC), approximately 200 children were assessed 13 times with regard to their personality and social relationships. The children were assessed multiple times a year between age 4 and 12 and reassessed 4 times (age 17, 23, 29, and 31). Parent-ratings and self-ratings are available as well as teacher ratings and observational data. This study was originally funded by the Max Planck Society and the last two waves were supported by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation and the Bertelsmann Foundation. Using these unique longitudinal data we aim to describe individual development, shed light on the processes underlying the developmental interplay of personality and social relationships, and to predict important life outcomes such as success in romantic relationships and work life, and the transition to parenthood.

Collaborators:
Jens Asendorpf, Humboldt-University Berlin
Jaap Denissen, Tilburg University
Marcel van Aken, Utrecht University

Personality and parenthood
Being a parent is one of the most important social roles in life. Yet, the predictors of the decision whether or not to become a parent as well as the consequences of parenthood for parental development are largely ignored in psychological research. We use large-scale panel studies such as the German Socio-economic Panel (SOEP) and the Panel Analysis of Intimate Relationships and Family Dynamics (PAIRFAM) as well as smaller, in-depth datasets such as the Zagreb Personality and Parenting Longitudinal Study (ZAPPLOS) and LOGIC to investigate the bidirectional relationship between personality and becoming and being a parent.

Collaborators:
Wiebke Bleidorn, Tilbug University
Jaap Denissen, Tilburg University
Lars Penke, Georg August University Göttingen

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