dr. (Frank) FCP van der Horst

dr. (Frank) FCP van der Horst
Associate professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Clinical Child and Family Studies
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T13-26
Email
vanderhorst@essb.eur.nl
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Frank van der Horst earned his Ph.D. at Leiden University in 2009 and has published widely on the history of attachment theory. His current research at Erasmus University Rotterdam aims at describing the history of ideas in the behavioural sciences, such as the ideas and work of John Bowlby, René Spitz, William Goldfarb, and Harry Harlow. His aim is also to further unravel the roots of attachment theory in, for example, the work of James Robertson and that of developmental psychologist Mary Ainsworth. These studies are necessary to complete our picture of the historical embeddedness of theoretical innovations in (developmental) psychology. Van der Horst is the author of John Bowlby – From Psychoanalysis to Ethology. Unraveling the Roots of Attachment Theory (2011) and Opgroeien in het hedendaagse gezin (2016).

Van der Horst also obtained a Psy.D. while working in forensic psychiatry (and holds Dutch clinical registrations as supervisor NVO, GZ-psychologist and Orthopedagoog-Generalist). Currently, he is training to be a psychotherapist and is involved in graduate and postgraduate clinical supervision.

  • Frank Horst, R (Rene) van der Veer & R Duschinsky (2020) - Such stuff as dreams are made on: John Bowlby and the interpretation of dreams - ATTACHMENT & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, 22 (6), 593-605 - doi: 10.1080/14616734.2020.1748671
  • Raymond Gutterswijk, CHZ Kuiper, N Lautan, EG Kunst, Frank Horst, GJJM Stams & Peter Prinzie (2020) - The Outcome of Non-institutional Youth Care Compared to Institutional Youth Care: A Multilevel Meta-analysis - Children and Youth Services Review, 113 - doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2020.104950
  • L van Rosmalen, R (Rene) van der Veer & Frank Horst (2020) - The nature of love: Harlow, Bowlby and Bettelheim on affectionless mothers - History of Psychiatry, 31 (2), 227-231 - doi: 10.1177/0957154X19898997
  • Frank Horst, K Zetterqvist Nelson, L van Rosmalen & R (Rene) van der Veer (2020) - A tale of four countries: How Bowlby used his trip through Europe to write the WHO report and spread his ideas - Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 56 (3), 169-185 - doi: 10.1002/jhbs.22016
  • Pieternel Luijk, Ank Ringoot, Rianne Kok, Nicole Lucassen, Peter Prinzie, Wendy Tieman & Frank Horst (2019) - Opgroeien in de complexe werkelijkheid: de unieke bijdrage van de pedagogiek in Nederland - Pedagogiek, 39 (1), 79-93 - doi: 10.5117/PED2019.1.005.LUIJ
  • Milou Lunnemann, Frank Horst, Peter Prinzie, Pieternel Luijk & Majone Steketee (2019) - The intergenerational impact of trauma and family violence on parents and their children - Child Abuse & Neglect, 96 - doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2019.104134
  • LEM Koudijs, Frank Horst, Pieternel Luijk & L van Rosmalen (2018) - Pit of despair: depressie in leven en werk van Harry Harlow - Tijdschrift voor Orthopedagogiek, 57 (1), 52-64
  • K Zetterqvist Nelson, Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2017) - John Bowlby på besök i 1950-talets Sverige – en udda fågel i svensk barnpsykiatri - Socialvetenskaplig tidskrift, 24 (1), 1-18
  • L van Rosmalen, Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2016) - From secure dependency to attachment: Mary Ainsworth’s integration of Blatz’s security theory into Bowlby’s attachment theory - History of Psychology, 19, 22-39 - doi: 10.1037/hop0000015
  • L van Rosmalen, R (Rene) van der Veer & Frank Horst (2015) - Ainsworth’s Strange Situation Procedure: The origin of an instrument - Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 51 (3), 261-284 - doi: 10.1002/jhbs.21729
  • Frank Horst (2014) - John Bowlby’s ontmoeting met de Nederlandse kinder- en jeugdpsychiatrie: verslag van een werkbezoek in 1950 - Kind en adolescent, 35 (4), 255-267 - doi: 10.1007/s12453-014-0062-z
  • L van Rosmalen, Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2012) - Of monkeys and men: Harlow and Spitz on the consequences of maternal deprivation - ATTACHMENT & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, 14, 425-437 - doi: 10.1080/14616734.2012.691658
  • L van Rosmalen, Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2011) - An unexpected admirer of Ladygina-Kohts - History of Psychology, 14, 412-415 - doi: 10.1037/a0025647
  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2010) - John Bowlby’s treatment of Nikolaas “Niko” Tinbergen’s depressions - History of Psychology, 13, 206-208 - doi: 10.1037/a0019381c
  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2010) - The ontogeny of an idea: John Bowlby and contemporaries on mother-child separation - History of Psychology, 13, 25-45 - doi: 10.1037/a0017660
  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2009) - Why we disagree to disagree: a reply to commentaries by Robertson and McGilly, and Lindsay - ATTACHMENT & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, 11, 569-572 - doi: 10.1080/14616730903282522
  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2009) - Separation and divergence: The untold story of James Robertson’s and John Bowlby’s theoretical dispute on mother-child separation - Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 45, 236-252 - doi: 10.1002/jhbs.20380
  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2009) - Changing attitudes towards the care of children in hospital: A new assessment of the influence of the work of Bowlby and Robertson in Britain, 1940-1970 - ATTACHMENT & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, 11, 119-142 - doi: 10.1080/14616730802503655
  • SJ Suomi, Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2008) - Rigorous experiments on monkey love: An account of Harry Harlow’s role in the history of attachment theory - Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 42, 354-369 - doi: 10.1007/s12124-008-9072-9
  • Frank Horst, HA LeRoy & R (Rene) van der Veer (2008) - “When strangers meet”: John Bowlby and Harry Harlow on attachment behavior - Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 42, 370-388 - doi: 10.1007/s12124-008-9079-2
  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2008) - Veranderende opvattingen over de zorg voor kinderen in ziekenhuizen (1940-1970). Een heroverweging van de invloed van Bowlby en Robertson - Pedagogiek, 28, 190-205
  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2008) - Loneliness in infancy: Harry Harlow, John Bowlby and issues of separation - Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 42, 325-335 - doi: 10.1007/s12124-008-9071-x
  • Frank Horst, R (Rene) van der Veer & Marinus IJzendoorn (2007) - John Bowlby and ethology: An annotated interview with Robert Hinde - ATTACHMENT & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, 9, 321-335 - doi: 10.1080/14616730601149809

  • Frank Horst (2007) - John Bowlby (1907-1990). Onderzoeker van gehechtheid en verlies - Pedagogiek in Praktijk, 38, 38-41

  • Frank Horst (2019) - De jeugd van tegenwoordig - Tijdschrift voor Orthopedagogiek, 58, 66-67
  • Frank Horst (2018) - Pleidooi voor een nieuwe pedagogiek - Tijdschrift voor Orthopedagogiek, 57, 74-75
  • Frank Horst (2014) - Review of: Marga Vicedo. The Nature and Nurture of Love: From Imprinting to Attachment in Cold War America - Isis, 105, 466-467 - doi: 10.1086/678030

  • Frank Horst & L van Rosmalen (2016) - Pedagogische ideeëngeschiedenis: de gehechtheidstheorie van John Bowlby en Mary Ainsworth - Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
  • Frank Horst (2016) - John Bowlby (1907-1990). Onderzoeker van gehechtheid en verlies - SWP
  • Frank Horst, HA LeRoy & R (Rene) van der Veer (2015) - “When strangers meet”: John Bowlby and Harry Harlow on attachment behavior - SAGE Publications Ltd
  • Frank Horst, R (Rene) van der Veer & Marinus IJzendoorn (2013) - John Bowlby and ethology: An annotated interview with Robert Hinde - SAGE Publications Ltd
  • Frank Horst (2013) - Biografie eines herausragenden Bürgers von Heilbronn: Heinrich August Freiherr von Kinckel (1747-1821) - Stadtarchiv Heilbronn
  • MS Wolff & Frank Horst (2010) - John Bowlby, Charles Darwin en evolutie: de gehechtheidstheorie als evolutionaire theorie - SWP publishers
  • Frank Horst (2008) - John Bowlby (1907-1990). Onderzoeker van gehechtheid en verlies - SWP
  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2005) - John Bowlby als icoon: Ethologische noties in de gehechtheidstheorie - SWP
  • Frank Horst (2000) - “Daar donderd het canon van Kinkel aan de Theems!” Hendrik August, baron Van Kinckel, 1747-1821 - Koninklijk Zeeuwsch Genootschap der Wetenschappen

  • Frank Horst (2009) - John Bowlby and ethology: A study of cross-fertilization - Leiden University

  • Frank Horst (2021) - Cornerstones of Attachment Research - Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 57 (2), 229-231 - doi: 10.1002/jhbs.22093

  • Frank Horst (17 februari 2009) - Goede moeder, slechte moeder? - interview

  • Frank Horst (2020) - Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences (Journal)
  • Frank Horst (2020) - History of Psychology (Journal)
  • Frank Horst (2020) - Pedagogiek (Journal)

  • Frank Horst (2020) - ¿Quién fue John Bowlby? In search of the roots of attachment theory - Apego y Parentalidad Contextos interpersonales de las habilidades socioemocionales
  • Frank Horst (2019) - Gehechtheid in de forensische psychiatrie - Invited lecture Team Familie- en Jeugdrecht, Hof 's-Hertogenbosch
  • Frank Horst (2019) - The nurture side of psychopathy - Cedo Nulli symposium on ‘Psychopathy’
  • L van Rosmalen, Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2017) - From Secure Dependency to Attachment: Mary Ainsworth’s integration of Blatz’s Security Theory into Bowlby’s Attachment Theory - 8th International Attachment Conference
  • Frank Horst, K Zetterqvist Nelson, L van Rosmalen & R (Rene) van der Veer (2017) - The relevance of John Bowlby’s 1950 WHO study for the development of attachment theory - 8th International Attachment Conference
  • Frank Horst (2017) - John Bowlby’s WHO report in context - invited lecture at Department of Child Studies, Linköping University, Sweden
  • Frank Horst (2016) - John Bowlby meets the world: report of his travels for the WHO in 1950 - Joint meeting of the European Society for the History of the Human Sciences (ESHHS) and CHEIRON
  • L van Rosmalen, R (Rene) van der Veer & Frank Horst (2015) - Ainsworth’s Strange Situation Procedure: The origin of an instrument - 7th International Attachment Conference

  • Frank Horst & K Zetterqvist Nelson (2018) - Following in Bowlby’s footsteps: transnational processes and the travelling of child psychiatric knowledge in post-war Europe - Workshop 'Psychiatry in the 19th and 20th centuries from a transnational perspective'
  • M Suiker & Frank Horst (2015) - Een andere kijk op huiselijk geweld - Symposium workshop '10 jaar de Waag Rijnmond'
  • Frank Horst (2015) - Dagvoorzitter - Dag van de Pedagogiek

  • Frank Horst & R (Rene) van der Veer (2008) - Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science (Journal)

  • Frank van der Horst (2017) - John Bowlby’s travels for the WHO in 1950 and the reception of attachment theory in Sweden and the Netherlands: a comparative study (EUR 8.000). Grant from the Support Programme National and International Projects
  • Frank van der Horst & L. van Rosmalen (2016) - Bowlby, Ainsworth, and Blatz: how a combination of different psychoanalytic views shaped attachment theory (EUR 5.000). Grant from the Köhler-Stiftung
  • Frank van der Horst & L. van Rosmalen (2015) - Een ‘Vreemde Situatie’ voor mens en dier: de bijdragen van dierpsycholoog Harry Harlow en ontwikkelingspsycholoog Mary Ainsworth aan de gehechtheidstheorie (EUR 2.200). Grant from the Dr. J.L. Dobberke Stichting voor Vergelijkende Psychologie (KNAW)
  • Frank van der Horst (2012) - Dissertation award for best PhD dissertation written between 2009-2011 at the Department of Education and Child Studies, Leiden University
  • Frank van der Horst (2010) - Speuren in de archieven van dierpsycholoog Harry Harlow (EUR 4.500). Grant from the Dr. J.L. Dobberke Stichting voor Vergelijkende Psychologie (KNAW)
  • Frank van der Horst (2009) - Disclosing Harry Harlow’s archives (EUR 10.000). Grant from the Köhler-Stiftung

2.4C History of Upbringing and Education

Year
2020
Course Code
FSWE2-045-A

4.3P Methods of Forensic Handling

Year
2020
Course Code
FSWE-MO035

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