prof.dr. (Ingmar) IHA Franken

prof.dr. (Ingmar) IHA Franken
Full professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Clinical Psychology
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T13-51
Email
franken@essb.eur.nl
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**Ingmar Franken** is a full professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Clinical Psychology group at the Department of Psychology, Education and Child Studies. He obtained his PhD in 2003 within the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Amsterdam. His research interest is mainly focused on the neurocognitive aspects of addiction and substance abuse and is committed to a “From Lab to Society” research idea, which aims at a strong mutual connection between basic experimental research and clinical practice and health promotion. He presented at several prestigious national and international scientific meetings and has successfully secured governmental and private funding for supporting his research, such as the prestigious VENI and VIDI grant. He has successfully supervised 24 PhD students. He is member of the editorial boards of Drug and Alcohol Dependence, and European Addiction Research. He acts as a reviewer for more than 60 scientific journals and scientific organizations such as the ERC. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed scientific articles. He is main editor of two Dutch handbooks for professionals, “Psychopathology” and “Handbook of Addiction”.  Research interests: Clinical Psychology, Addiction. Onderzoeksinteresses: Klinische Psychologie, Verslaving

*I can't take any external master students at the moment*

  • Marien Lievaart, Freddy Veen, J Huijding, JE Hovens & Ingmar Franken (2015) - The Relation between Trait Anger and Impulse Control in Forensic Psychiatric Patients: an EEG Study
  • Josanne Dongen, I Brazil & Ingmar Franken (2015) - Psychopathy and its relation to empathy
  • Reshmi Marhe, AJ Waters, BJM Wetering & Ingmar Franken (2010) - Implicit and explicit drug-related cognitions predict relapse in heroin and cocaine: An ecological momentary assessment study

4.1C Addiction

Jaar
2022
Course Code
FSWP4029K

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    Neural Mechanisms Underlying Social Intelligence and Their Relationship with the Performance of Sales Managers
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    Essays at the Intersection of Psychology, Biology, and Entrepreneurship
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    The Mind with a Touch of Madness? Mental health and well-being of entrepreneurs
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  • Annelot Wismans

    What characterizes the entrepreneur? On the neurocognition of economic behavior

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