Ilse van de Groep, M.Sc.

Research assistant

Ilse van de Groep works as a research assistant at the department of Clinical Psychology (UU) since August 2016. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology (Cum Laude) and research master’s degree in Social and Health Psychology at Utrecht University. Her master thesis focused on the prediction of sensory input based on self-performed actions (i.e., motor prediction) and on how this information is used to determine (self-)agency. Ilse has a strong interest in fundamental research and the use and development of experimental designs.

In the EPP lab, Ilse assists in various ongoing studies. She is primarily involved in the project “The EMDR treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: explaining and optimizing a mental health care intervention”, which is funded by a ZonMw Top grant, awarded to Prof. dr. Marcel van den Hout and Prof. dr. Iris Engelhard.