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Research interests

Psychiatry, Vulnerability for emotional disturbances (depression, anxiety, psychosis, suicide, apathy), Neuropsychology, Mood Disorders, Neurophysiology (fMRI, pupilometry, skin conductance, etc)


A behavioral and brain imaging dataset with focus on emotion regulation of women with fibromyalgia

Neural basis of positive and negative emotion regulation in remitted depression

Neural correlates of anxious distress in depression: A neuroimaging study of reactivity to emotional faces and resting-state functional connectivity

The association between clinical and biological characteristics of depression and structural brain alterations

Associations between depression, lifestyle and brain structure: A longitudinal MRI study

Brain aging in major depressive disorder: results from the ENIGMA major depressive disorder working group

Contributing factors to advanced brain aging in depression and anxiety disorders

Fifteen years of NESDA Neuroimaging: An overview of results related to clinical profile and bio-social risk factors of major depressive disorder and common anxiety disorders

Foreign Language Learning as Cognitive Training to Prevent Old Age Disorders? Protocol of a Randomized Controlled Trial of Language Training vs. Musical Training and Social Interaction in Elderly With Subjective Cognitive Decline

Insight does not come at random: Individual gray matter networks relate to clinical and cognitive insight in schizophrenia

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Neurowetenschapper UMCG krijgt acht ton voor onderzoek naar herstel van depressie

Podcast In de Wetenschap over hulpinitiatieven voor Oekraïne

‘Geef gevluchte wetenschappers zekerheid’

Marie-José van Tol nieuwe voorzitter van De Jonge Akademie

Dr. Marie-José van Tol nieuwe voorzitter De Jonge Akademie

Host & presenter of Studium Generale Lecture on the History of Conspiracy Theories

De Bovenverdieping #3 | Marie-José van Tol

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Alternative Research Funding

Podcast 'Dark Grey Cells' - Dutch Brain Foundation

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