Neeltje Blankenstein
Neeltje Blankenstein
Post-doc at Amsterdam UMC
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Contributions of reward sensitivity to ventral striatum activity across adolescence and early adulthood
E Schreuders, BR Braams, NE Blankenstein, JS Peper, B Güroğlu, ...
Child development 89 (3), 797-810, 2018
Dealing with uncertainty: Testing risk-and ambiguity-attitude across adolescence
NE Blankenstein, EA Crone, W van den Bos, ACK van Duijvenvoorde
Developmental neuropsychology 41 (1-2), 77-92, 2016
Individual differences in risk-taking tendencies modulate the neural processing of risky and ambiguous decision-making in adolescence
NE Blankenstein, E Schreuders, JS Peper, EA Crone, ...
NeuroImage 172, 663-673, 2018
Development of multifaceted risk taking and the relations to sex steroid hormones: A longitudinal study
JS Peper, BR Braams, NE Blankenstein, MGN Bos, EA Crone
Child development 89 (5), 1887-1907, 2018
Neural mechanisms underlying risk and ambiguity attitudes
NE Blankenstein, JS Peper, EA Crone, ACK van Duijvenvoorde
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (11), 1845-1859, 2017
Longitudinal structural brain development and externalizing behavior in adolescence
MGN Bos, LM Wierenga, NE Blankenstein, E Schreuders, CK Tamnes, ...
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 59 (10), 1061-1072, 2018
Behavioral and Neural Pathways Supporting the Development of Prosocial and Risk‐Taking Behavior Across Adolescence
NE Blankenstein, EH Telzer, KT Do, ACK Van Duijvenvoorde, EA Crone
Child development 91 (3), e665-e681, 2020
Towards a better understanding of adolescent risk-taking
ACK Van Duijvenvoorde, NE Blankenstein, EA Crone, B Figner
Individual Differences in Judgement and Decision-Making: A Developmental …, 2016
Neural tracking of subjective value under riskand ambiguity in adolescence
NE Blankenstein, ACK van Duijvenvoorde
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 19 (6), 1364-1378, 2019
Are individual differences quantitative or qualitative? An integrated behavioral and fMRI MIMIC approach
JN Zadelaar, WD Weeda, LJ Waldorp, ACK Van Duijvenvoorde, ...
NeuroImage 202, 116058, 2019
Risk taking, perceived risks, and perceived benefits across adolescence: A domain-specific risk-return approach
N Blankenstein, J van Hoorn, T Dekkers, A Popma, B Jansen, EU Weber, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Not all teens take risks: individual differences in the neural mechanisms of risky decision-making
NE Blankenstein, E Schreuders, JS Peper, EA Crone, ...
Behavioral and Neural Development of Cognitive Control and Risky Decision-Making across Adolescence
NE Blankenstein, JS Peper, EA Crone
Risky business? Behavioral and neural mechanisms underlying risky decision-making in adolescents
NE Blankenstein
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NE Blankensteina, E Schreudersa, JS Pepera, EA Cronea
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