Sari Hogye is a PhD candidate at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology, working on the project "The role of the father in child development and the intergenerational transmission of inequality". Her promotor team consists of prof. dr. Renske Keizer, prof. dr. Pauline Jansen, and dr. Nicole Lucassen.
Throughout her PhD, Sari is collaborating with the Generation R Study, a large population-based cohort at the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam. Her research focuses on risks and resilience factors in socio-emotional development in early childhood. In her first research paper, she studied the role of paternal and maternal harsh parenting and child inhibitory control in bullying involvement. In her second research paper, she studied whether family-level factors could mitigate the negative impact of early life cumulative risks on children's emotional and behavioral difficulties. Her research methods include moderation models and structural equation modeling.
Sari is also a member of the Peer Researchers Rotterdam (https://peerresearchersrotterdam.wordpress.com/sari-hogye/).
Lisa Storm, Paula Vrolijk, Sari Hogye & S De Leeuw (2019) - The impact of parental involvement in child upbringing: Focusing on mothers and fathers.