Henriët van Middendorp, PhD
Henriët van Middendorp is Associate Professor of Health Psychology at the Health, Medical, and Neuropsychology unit at Leiden University. Her research focuses on psychoneurobiological factors in health and disease. She has a special interest in the psychoneurobiology of somatic complaints (e.g., pain) and conditions (e.g., chronic pain, skin, and kidney diseases), with particular emphasis on placebo effects, stress mechanisms, and treatment. She conducts both fundamental research on the psychoneurobiology of placebo and stress mechanisms and translational research on E-health screening and innovative interventions for chronic somatic conditions.Back to the people page
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Andrea Evers in the Media about Covid The more the virus appears to be contained, the greater the resistance to the Corona measures. How well can people follow the necessary measures to prevent the virus from spreading? What is the reason that people do not follow these guidelines and how can
ERC Proof of Concept Grant for virtual communication tool Andrea Evers, professor of Health Psychology, has been awarded a Proof of Concept Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). This additional grant is awarded to previous ERC grant recipients
Andrea Evers chair of the new lanced platform PGMP Today, 11 November 2020, the new Platform Health and Medical Psychology (PGMP) will be launched! The platform represents Dutch associations and networks that are active in Health and Medical Psychology.
Andrea Evers member of Supervisory Board VU The Supervisory Board of the VU foundation has completed the appointment process for three new members, which will start in the course of 2021. Due to the expiry of the second (and therefore last) terms, three of the five current Supervisory Board members