dr. (Nicole) N Lucassen

dr. (Nicole) N Lucassen
Assistant Professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies/ Clinical Child and Family Studies
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T13-50
Telephone
+31104089026
Email
lucassen@essb.eur.nl

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Nicole Lucassen is an assistant professor at the Department of Psychology, Education and Child Studies. Her primary research interest involves the role of the father in child development, from a family systems perspective.

Nicole obtained a Master’s degree in Child and Family Studies (Leiden University: 2002), a Master’s degree in Epidemiology (Erasmus University Medical Center: 2010) and completed her PhD at the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Erasmus University Medical Center (2013). Her dissertation entitled Do fathers matter? In search for causes and consequences of parental sensitivity is the cornerstone of her current research, which focuses on the direct and interactive…

Nicole Lucassen is an assistant professor at the Department of Psychology, Education and Child Studies. Her primary research interest involves the role of the father in child development, from a family systems perspective.

Nicole obtained a Master’s degree in Child and Family Studies (Leiden University: 2002), a Master’s degree in Epidemiology (Erasmus University Medical Center: 2010) and completed her PhD at the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Erasmus University Medical Center (2013). Her dissertation entitled Do fathers matter? In search for causes and consequences of parental sensitivity is the cornerstone of her current research, which focuses on the direct and interactive effects of maternal and paternal parenting on the cognitive and socio-emotional development of the child/adolescent.

Research interests include: role of the father, parenting, family system, child development, longitudinal studies.

Nicole is the program director for the Masters of Pedagogy and Educational Sciences. She coordinates a minorcourse on contemporary families (Gezinnen van nu) and a Master course on family systems, child care and working parents (Opvoeders binnen en buiten het gezin). Finally, Nicole is involved in the supervision of internships and theses of undergraduate and gruduate students in the field of Child and Family Studies.

        • M. Pool, M. Distelbrink & N. Lucassen (2006). Ouders aan het woord: Hoe gezinsvriendelijk is Rotterdam? Den Haag: NGR
        • M. Pool, P.H.A.M. Geense & N. Lucassen (2005). Signalement 3C Allochtone gezinnen: Opvoeding van tieners. Den Haag: NGR
        • M. Pool & N. Lucassen (2005). De Glazen Tussenwand. Waar ouders tegenaan lopen bij de verdeling van arbeid, zorg en huishouden. Den Haag: NGR
        • M. Distelbrink, N. Lucassen & E. Hooghiemstra (2005). Gezin anno nu. Den Haag: RMO
        • K.O.W. Helmerhorst, L. van der Storm, N. Lucassen & R. Keizer (2019, maart 22). Comparing father-child and mother-child attachment relationships and its links to children’s social-emotional development. Baltimore, United States of America, SRCD Biennal Meeting 2019.
        • N. Lucassen (2017, november 17). Vaders en Verlof. Tweede Kamer, Den Haag, Expertmeeting.
        • N. Lucassen (2017, april 7). The role of the father in children’s language and cognitive development: Investigating unique pathways. Austin, Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting.
        • N. Lucassen (2018, mei 16). Parenting under the microscope. Wageningen, Vereniging Nederlandse Ontwikkelingspsychologie (VNOP) Biennial Meeting.
        • L. van der Storm, K.O.W. Helmerhorst, N. Lucassen & R. Keizer (2018, oktober 8). Zijn vaders als opvoeders uniek? De invloed van vaders op de ontwikkeling van hun kind. The Hague, the Netherlands, Avond van de Wetenschap & Maatschappij.
        • N. Lucassen (2018, juni 4). Do fathers matter? The role of the father in child development. University of Cambridge, Seminar.
        • N. Lucassen (2016, oktober 7). Vaderschap en gehechtheid: Vader als “tweede moeder”? VaderKennisCentrum i.s.m. Universiteit van Amsterdam, Vaderschapssymposium.
        • N. Lucassen (2016, november 29). Vaders & Onderzoek. Gemeente Rotterdam, Stevige Start Expertmeeting.
        • N. Lucassen (2016, augustus 26). Role of the father. University of Copenhagen, Seminar on research about the role of fathers for children’s socio-emotional development.
        • N. Lucassen (2016, juli 12). Early caregiving and children’s socio-emotional development. Vilnius, International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD) Biennial Meeting.
        • N. Lucassen (2015, april 20). The role of the father in child development from a family perspective. University of Copenhagen, Symposium.
        • N. Lucassen (2015, maart 12). Parental psychopathology and parenting in early life and children’s self-regulation. Amsterdam, International Convention of Psychological Science.
        • N. LucassenThe importance of sensitive parenting in child development. Evidence from the Generation R Study. Utrecht, the Netherlands, Symposium at the Early Biennial Meeting SIG 5 Learning and Development in Early Childhood.
        • N. LucassenFathers in the Generation R Study: Behavioral and cognitive research in a prospective cohort study from fetal life onwards. Vienna, Austria, EUCCONET Workshop ‘The role of fathers in child cohorts’.
        • N. LucassenDe Glazen Tussenwand. Utrecht, the Netherlands, Presentation at the Demografiedag, Nederlandse Vereniging voor Demografie.
      • L. van der Storm, N. Lucassen, K.O.W. Helmerhorst & R. Keizer (2019). Are fathers the bridge to the social world? A meta-analysis on linkages between parenting behavior of fathers and mothers and children’s prosocial behavior. SRCD Biennal Meeting 2019: Baltimore, United States of America.
      • K.O.W. Helmerhorst, L. van der Storm, N. Lucassen & R. Keizer (2018). Vergelijking tussen vader-kind en moeder-kind gehechtheidsrelaties en de mogelijke rol van SES.
      • N. Lucassen & R. van Steensel (2017). Maternal and paternal shared book reading from a family systems perspective: Why and how? Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting 2017: Austin.
      • R. van Steensel, C. van Kruistum, S.J. Opree, N. Lucassen & W. Ribbens (2016). Extending the home literacy environment: Validation of an HLE questionnaire including new media activities. Annual European Conference on Educational Research: Dublin, Ireland (2016, augustus 23 - 2016, augustus 26).
      • N. Lucassen (2015). History of substance use disorder and family functioning during pregnancy are related to observed parental sensitive parenting. Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting: Philedelphia.
      • N. Lucassen (2015). Expressed emotion during pregnancy predicts observed sensitivity of mothers and fathers in early childhood. Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting: Philedelphia.
      • N. Lucassen (2011). Paternal sensitivity, depression and anxiety predict infant-father attachment security. SRCD conference: Montreal, Canada.
      • N. Lucassen (2009). Fulbright Grant. Overig.
  • VDRS St. voor betrokken vaderschap

    Start date approval
    Nov/2016
    End date approval
    Oct/2019
    Place
    ROTTERDAM
  • Opvoeders binnen en buiten het gezin

    Title
    Opvoeders binnen en buiten het gezin
    Year
    2018
    Year level
    (Master)

    Gezinnen van nu

    Title
    Gezinnen van nu
    Year
    2018
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies/ Clinical Child and Family Studies
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    +31104089026

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam