Erika van van Lier, MSc.
-Bachelor & Master thesis supervisor
Alcohol abuse is currently the fourth leading unhealthy lifestyle behavior contributing to morbidity and mortality and has devastating effects on individuals and their families. Despite the availability of online counseling interventions, many clients fall back into their addiction. The aim of this project is to research and develop a remote monitoring and coaching system. This system unobtrusively monitors, with wearable bio-sensors the clients physiological responses in everyday life. Additionally, an app is used to monitor self-reported psychological craving thoughts, and provides the client with automated feedback and support when their craving responses are elevated.
Ph.D. Researcher Behavioral Sciences
MSc Major: Methodology and Statistics for Behavioral, Biomedical and Social Sciences
University of Utrecht / University of Twente
Master thesis: Optimal weights for compound scores.
BSc Major: Educational Sciences
University of Twente
Bachelor thesis: Analyzing growth patterns in a pupil tracking system.
BSc Minor: Psychometrics
CITO/University of Twente
Minor thesis: Validating the proficiency scale of the pupil tracking system of Dutch vocabulary development through data return. (Dutch thesis)
Psychometric assistant for Computer Adaptive Test: Route 8
Content employee : Physics instructions design