About Hanneke Teunissen[email protected]
Hanneke Teunissen was born in Boven-Leeuwen (Gelderland), the Netherlands. She studied psychology at Radboud University Nijmegen and attended the master Clinical Psychology. She completed her internship and master thesis at the Sint Maartenskliniek in Nijmegen and collaborated on several papers focusing on psychological support of patients suffering from rheumatic diseases. Subsequently, she attended the research master Behavioural Science at Radboud University. She completed her research internship at the Developmental Psychopathology program and studied the impact of self-control on attentional bias for alcohol cues among male heavy drinkers. She got her PhD at Radboud University. The goal of this project was to increase understanding of peer influence processes on adolescent alcohol use. She is currently employed as coding coordinator at the Developmental Psychopathology program and data manager at the Behavioural Science Institute.