Nerd, is fascinated by the brain even more than your average zombie, into etymology and reading, drawn to anything tech-related, especially artificial intelligence. Wants to explore social tech (such as social media) and how these relate to young people's wellbeing.
Nastasia Griffioen obtained her BSc Hon in Psychology from Radboud University Nijmegen, followed by a Research MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience from Leiden University. Before being appointed as a PhD-candidate at GEMH Lab, Nastasia spent little under two years gaining more practical experience conducting and managing research projects at the Donders Institute's Decision Neuroscience Lab. After a short soul-search, Nastasia into the world of social technologies and mental wellbeing, and is now investigating how social media information and experiences relate to adolescent mental health.
Social media are immensely popular, and - as it happens - a dense source of social information. In this project, we investigate what sort of information and experiences young people encounter on these social media, and how these things relate to their mental wellbeing, as well as how young people's momentary wellbeing relates to their social media behaviours.
Digital media are designed to serve many different functions: socialising, working, building relationships, as well as playing and being entertained. In this project, we seek to understand the impact of different features of digital media, and help youth align what they value and love with what they do on digital platforms, in order to increase wellbeing and coherent identity development.
Exciting! In exactly a week, on February 19th, we'll be launching GEMH Sessions: a quarterly live webinar series in which Joanneke Weerdmeester, Nastasia Griffioen and Hanneke Scholten invite guests to discuss digital media for good!
It's been a hell of a year, that old 2020. But now, we're starting a new one, and a new decade at that! Time for a fresh start. Here are some personal tips given by our GEMH Lab team members!
Little over a month ago, I was approached by Dipan Patel to talk about my work on social media and wellbeing! Now, it's out!
We’re building an app to help youth reflect on their digital tech use, and in order for us to know better what to build for our target audience and how, I set out to conduct focus groups. This is my experience so far!
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@cameronhunter @TheSnapCamera Wow, it REALLY is that easy to make your own lens. For an online talks series that we… https://t.co/cX1GI5dxFg
So.. although I'm not yet in the position to make changes from within social media (and it's not at all clear yet w… https://t.co/2wDziM4xCF
In fact, the project I'm working on now with my @GEMH_Lab colleagues maintains that status quo via a conscious choi… https://t.co/HNiqIyaFRz
The symposium will be held in the renovated building 'Collegium Veteranorum'
Symposium: “Video Games for Promoting Emotional and Mental Health in Young People" at ICPS 2019
ICPS is a one-of-a-kind event designed to showcase integrative science that crosses disciplinary and geographical boundaries. Held biennially, ICPS is the culmination of efforts by the Association for Psychological Science and an international network of organizations and individual scientists to stimulate global collaboration and scientific exploration. It features some of the world’s most distinguished investigators from not only psychological science, but from a range of disciplines including computer science, neurobiology, anthropology, and sociology.
Griffioen, N., Van Rooij, M., Lichtwarck-Aschoff, A., & Granic, I. (2020). A Stimulated Recall Method for the Improved Assessment of Quantity and Quality of Social Media Use. J Med Internet Res 2020;22(1):e15529.
Author: Nastasia Griffioen
Upload date: 01-28-2020