Elsje van Bergen
BSc (Hons) MSc (Hons) PhD
Academic Visitor in the Oxford Study of Children's Communication Impairments (OSCCI) Research Group
- SCR member of Oriel College
My research lies at the interface of psychology, education, and genetics. I study children’s reading development and the nature and causes of dyslexia. I am particularly interested in cognitive precursors of reading and genetic and environmental influences on reading.
I am Assistant Professor at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and a Visiting Academic at the University of Oxford. For more information, please visit http://www.evanbergen.com/.
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Why Are Home Literacy Environment and Children's Reading Skills Associated? What Parental Skills Reveal
van Bergen E. et al, (2017), Reading Research Quarterly, 52, 147 - 160
Bullying and Victimization: The Effect of Close Companionship
Veldkamp SAM. et al, (2017), Twin Research and Human Genetics, 20, 19 - 27
Evaluation of results from genome-wide studies of language and reading in a novel independent dataset.
Carrion-Castillo A. et al, (2016), Genes Brain Behav, 15, 531 - 541
The Computerized Neurocognitive Battery: Validation, aging effects, and heritability across cognitive domains.
Swagerman SC. et al, (2016), Neuropsychology, 30, 53 - 64
Late-Emerging and Resolving Dyslexia: A Follow-Up Study from Age 3 to 14.
Torppa M. et al, (2015), J Abnorm Child Psychol, 43, 1389 - 1401