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Prof Carolien Rieffe
Appointment
  • Visiting Professor
  • IOE - Social Science
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

"Emotional development takes place within a social context. Not only the emotion expression, but also the emotion experience is shaped by a socialization process."

Carolien Rieffe is a professor by special appointment in the unit Developmental and Educational Psychology of the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University, the Netherlands. Since year 2015, she has also been an Honorary Professor at UCL Institute of Education.   

She received her MSc Degree in Psychological Methodology from the University of Amsterdam, and her PhD for her studies on the child’s theory of mind and emotions from the VU University Amsterdam. Before she came to Leiden University, she worked as assistant professor at the VU University, Amsterdam and as a lecturer at the University of London, School of Education.   

Her  current research focuses on the use of emotion regulation skills (e.g. emotion awareness, coping, display rules, anger expression) during childhood and adolescence in typical and atypical development (autism, deafness, somatisation, and cultural differences). 

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