LingLing Weng, MSc
LingLing started as a PhD student at Leiden University in October 2017. Her PhD research focuses on generalization of placebo and nocebo effects between itch and pain in healthy people. She is curious about the mechanisms underlying placebo effects and nocebo effects in itch and pain, and try to explore common and specific expectation mechanisms in physical symptoms of pain and itch.
LingLing will try to combine psychological (e.g. placebo effect, expectation) with physical factors to predict the development of disease (e.g. itch, pain).Back to the people page
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Andrea Evers is one of 5 PI's of a Gravitational grant 2019 with a total amount of €19,3 million The Gravitational grant was awarded for the 'New Science of Mental Disorders'-programme, Andrea Evers is involved as one of the Pi's.
Andrea Evers wins Stevin Award for Scientific and Societal Impact Andrea Evers, Professor of Health Psychology at Leiden University, has won the Stevin Prize – alongside the Spinoza Prize, the highest scientific award in the Netherlands.
Andrea Evers installed as a new Royal Academy of Science and Arts (KNAW) member Health psychologist Andrea Evers is one of the 19 new members, selected by the KNAW.
2nd official Society for Interdisciplinary Placebo Studies (SIPS) conference on placebo studies, Leiden 2019 From July 7-9, 2019 the 2nd official SIPS conference on placebo studies was held in Leiden, the Netherlands. Thanks to all attendees for this inspiring and wonderful conference!