- Michelle van de Glind-Houben
I work partly for Jill Lobbestael to support her in any needs she has for her research. As a research employee, my specialties are among others:
brainstorming, designing, implementing and executing the logistical aspects of new studies.
experienced in supervising and coordinating (international) studies.
experience in testing participants and in administrative tasks surrounding studies.
support for other researchers in the scientific foundations of their work, substantive tasks and supporting them with SPSS, such as carrying out literature studies, testing concepts of questionnaires, checking publications, designing syntaxes, statistical calculations etc.
- Suzanne Brugman:
As a PhD student, my research focuses on identifying dynamic predictors of aggressive behavior. Specifically, it is aimed to examine whether cognitive biases, automatic aggression associations, and self-control could be candidate predictors of future violent incidents in forensic patients. Aggressive behavior of patients is assessed by using a laboratory paradigm. Also, it is tested whether the cognitive processes predict in-clinic violent incidents. I am supervised by Jill Lobbestael (co-promotor), Prof Dr Arnoud Arntz (promotor) and Prof Dr Alexander Sack (promotor).
- Martijn van Teffelen
I am currently working as a PhD student under supervision from Jill Lobbestael (co-promotor), Marisol Voncken (co-promotor) and Frenk Peeters (promotor) at CPS. My project is partly financed by CPS, and partly by Virenze-Riagg. I work three days a week as a researchers, and two days a week as an therapist at Virenze- Riagg Maastricht.
My research is about intervention in trans diagnostic anger. in other words, anger problems which manifest clinically because of different forms of psychopathology, such as personality disorders, mood disorders and anxiety disorders. More specifically I investigate the clinical effects of cognitive interpretation bias modification and cognitive therapy. I also investigate how we can understand trans diagnostic anger better and how we can predict aggression as a result from anger.
- Hannah Kunst
I am a second-year Research Masters student at Maastricht University, with Psychopathology as specialization. As a student assistant for Jill Lobbestael, I am mainly concerned with working with already-existing data files from studies conducted in the past. This includes conducting literature research and preprocessing of data as well as new data analyses. Currently, I am working on studies that mainly involve research on sadism, psychopathy and aggression.
- Alberto Jover
I am studying the psychopathology track of the Research Master at Maastricht University. My work as an assistant for Jill is ample and dynamic. We mainly work together on a project that relates psychopathy traits with sadistic behaviours, but I also conduct literature research and other type of inquiries, proof-check already written articles, try to help with the analysis, etc. My research interests are many, some of them are personality disorders, schema modes, psychopathology conceptualization and network psychopathology.
- Vanessa Freund
After having previously finished my Bachelor in Psychology at the London Metropolitan University, I am currently enrolled in the Research Master in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience at the Maastricht University with the specialisation Psychopathology. Since gaining experience during internships in forensic and neuropsychological settings I have developed a strong interest in Personality Disorders. At the present, Jill has taken me on for my Research Elective, in addition to Research Assistanceship work, which mainly include research on the correlation between Psychopathy and Sadism. For this, I am mostly conducting literature researches, collecting data, and proof-reading related materials.
- Meh Para Siddique
Meh Para Siddique, an aspirant young scientific researcher from Pakistan. Meanwhile PhD fellow at National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan. Started career as research assistant in Pearson’s project titled as “Standardization and Adaptation of WISC-IVPAK”. Research Interests are Personality pathology, Schema Focused therapy, Schema Mode work.
Being awarded by Higher Education Commission, Pakistan for: 1) MS leading to PhD fellowship program Funding From 2011- 2016; and 2) IRSIP (International Research Support Initiative Program) in September 2016.
- René Cané Molinari
René Cané Molinari, psychologist and psychotherapist. I work as a clinician at a PsyQ International in The Hague where we treat all kinds of psychopathology in international population. Together with Dr. Lobbestael we have written a chapter on personality disorders and crime and another on personality and trauma. Furthermore, we are examining the association between executive functions (particularly inhibition deficits) and aggressive behaviour on forensic population. It is our common interest to examine variables relevant for clinical development in order to hopefully improve the interventions we use with patients frequently in need of deep changes at the level of cognitions, emotions and behaviours.
- Herman Veerbeek
Herman is a psychologist, CBT therapist and EMDR practitioner in forensic psychiatric outpatient centre ''De Waag''. His specialization lies in complex trauma, treatment of violence and revenge urges, and crime-related trauma in perpetrators. Furthermore, he is working on his PhD research: ''The efficacy of the EMDR Anger, Resentment and Revenge protocol and validation of the Directed Anger Inventory''. In this PhD project, he is supervised by Jill Lobbestael (Co-promotor) and Prof. Dr. Miranda Olff (University of Amsterdam & Arq Psychotrauma Expert Group, promotor).
GRANTS AND PRICES:
- PhD project `Schema modes in borderline and antisocial personality disorders`, Experimental Psychopathology Research School, October 2004. Principal applicator. 200 000 €
- Award for the attendance of the conference of the European Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies in Greece from the Founding of Scientific Education Limburg, September 2005. 250 €
- Award for the attendance of the conference of the European Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies in France from the Founding of Scientific Education Limburg, September 2006. 250 €
- Stipendium from the Niels Stensen Stichting for the project `Two faces of narcissism: Revealing the existence and instability of overt and covert narcissism`, November 2009. Principal applicator. 40 000 €
- Veni grant `Anger in patients with antisocial personality disorder: Hot in the mind, cold in the body`, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), May 2011. Principal applicator. 250 000 €
- Brain & Cognition grant, `Will he aggress again and if so, can we change his mind?`, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), September 2011. Principal applicator. 500 000 €.
- Nominated for the Dutch price of Science and Society 2009 (`Prijs Wetenschap & Maatschappij`) for the project `The cold anger of antisocial patients`, November 2009.
- Young Investigator Award from the International Society for Research on Aggression. XXth ISRA World Meeting, Luxembourg, July 2012. 2500 $ (1900 €).
- Grant from the University Funds Limburg, `International validation study on the Schema Mode Inventory, version 3`. SWOL, Maastricht University, March 2012. Principal applicant. 2000 €.
- Leading in learning micro grant, `Reducing Overconfidence and Improving Academic Achievement`. Maastricht University, December 2012. Co-applicant. 5000 €.
- Marble ++ grant. `State-dependent relationship between personal space and borderline personality traits`. Maastricht University, September 2013. Co-applicant. 2450 €.
- Visiting scholarship for guest researcher, `Computerized interpretation training as a therapeutic antidote for aggression`. Haya Funds, Maastricht University, 2014. Main applicant. 2500 €.
- Grant from Virenze-Riagg Maastricht and Maastricht University (CPS), `Computer- and therapist steered cognitive interventions for hostility: A blended e-health approach.`, PhD position. February 2016. Main applicant. 250 000 €.
- Top 10 `most cited articles SCANS 2015` for ``Dambacher, F., Sack, A.T., Lobbestael, J., Arntz, A., Brugman, S., Schuhmann, T. (2015). Out of control: Evidence for anterior insula involvement in motor impulsivity and reactive aggression. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 10, 508-516.``
- Dean-nominated member of the first Maastricht Young Academy (MYA). April 2017. Maastricht University.
- Werking van het Woede-Wrok-Wraak protocol voor boosheid: een laboratorium studie. Dutch national EMDR group. September 2017. Co-applicant. 4703 €.
- Selected member of the European Society for the Study of Personality Disorders (ESSPD), an Academy of Excellence providing a forum for leading European researchers, clinicians and trainers within the field of personality disorders. September, 2017.
Most recent publications:
Bach, B., & Lobbestael, J. (2019). Elucidating DSM-5 and ICD-11 Diagnostic Features of Borderline Personality Disorder Using Schemas and Modes. Psychopathology, 1-8. DOI: 10.1159/000495845
Horst, F., Oudsten, B. D., Zijlstra, W., de Jongh, A., Lobbestael, J., & De Vries, J. (2018). Response: Commentary: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy vs. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing for Treating Panic Disorder: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, . DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02045
Lobbestael, J., Arntz, A., Voncken, M., & Potegal, M. (2018). Responses to dominance challenge are a function of psychopathy level: A multimethod study. Personality Disorders-Theory Research and Treatment, 9(4), 305-314. DOI: 10.1037/per0000252
Renner, F., DeRubeis, R. J., Arntz, A., Peeters, F., Lobbestael, J., & Huibers, M. J. H. (2018). Exploring mechanisms of change in schema therapy for chronic depression. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 58, 97-105. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbtep.2017.10.002
Brugman, S., Lobbestael, J., Sack, A. T., Cima, M. J., Schuhmann, T., Emmerling, F., & Arntz, A. (2018). Cognitive predictors of reactive and proactive aggression in a forensic sample: A comparison with a non-clinical sample. Psychiatry Research, 269, 610-620. DOI: 10.1016/j.psychres.2018.08.095
Hoogerwerf, A. E. W., Bol, Y., Lobbestael, J., Hupperts, R., & van Heugten, C. M. (2017). Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy severely fatigued multiple sclerosis patients: A waiting list controlled study. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 49(6), 497–504. DOI: 10.2340/16501977-2237
Eygelshoven, S., van den Hout, A., Tucha, L., Fuermaier, A. B. M., Bangma, D. F., Thome, J., ... Koerts, J. (2017). Are non-demented patients with Parkinson's disease able to decide about their own treatment? Parkinsonism & Related Disorders, 38, 48-53. DOI: 10.1016/j.parkreldis.2017.02.021
de Bruin, A. B. H., Kok, E. M., Lobbestael, J., & de Grip, A. (2017). The impact of an online tool for monitoring and regulating learning at university: overconfidence, learning strategy, and personality. Metacognition and Learning, 12(1), 21-43. DOI: 10.1007/s11409-016-9159-5
Horst, F., Den Oudsten, B. L., Zijlstra, W. P., de Jongh, A., Lobbestael, J., & De Vries, J. (2017). Cognitive behavioral therapy vs. eye movement desensitization and reprocessing for treating panic disorder: a randomized controlled trial. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, . DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01409
Brugman, S., Cornet, L. J. M., Smeijers, D., Smeets, K., Oostermeijer, S., Buitelaar, J. K., ... Jansen, L. M. C. (2017). Examining the reactive proactive questionnaire in adults in forensic and non-forensic settings: A variable- and person-based approach. Aggressive Behavior, 155–162. DOI: 10.1002/ab.21671