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  • Warandelaan 2, Tias Building, room T 508

    5037 AB Tilburg

    Netherlands

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20022018
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Research interests

Nina Kupper Ph.D. is associate professor of Medical and Clinical Psychology at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. Before her appointment at Tilburg University she worked at the Georgia Prevention Institute, Georgia Regents University, Augusta (GA), US.

Dr. Kupper received her Ph.D. from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2005), focusing on the behavioral genetics of ambulatory cardiovascular functioning. Since then, her research career has centered on explanatory mechanisms in behavioral cardiology.

Currently, Dr. Kupper investigates individual differences in association with psychophysiological mechanisms in patients with heart disease. At the moment, several studies are running (THORESCI, PSYCHE) in which she investigates psychological risk and protection factors and related biobehavioral mechanisms in association with cardiovascular disease progression after percutaneous coronary intervention.

With respect to the educational program at Tilburg University, Dr. Kupper lectures in the Medical Psychology master program, and the Individual Differences & Assessment Research Master. She is course director of several courses. Since 2010, dr. Kupper has been the Chair of the School's Ethics Revieew Board.

Dr. Kupper is actively involved in the field of Psychosomatic Medicine, serving on the editorial boards of Psychosomatic Medicine and General Hospital Psychiatry. She also has served as a reviewer of NWO and Dutch Heart Foundation grant applications.

Career

 

2013 (Mar) - present     Associate Professor, tenured, 1.0 fte, Tilburg University, Dept. of Medical Psychology

2009 (Dec) - 2013 (Feb) Assistant Professor, tenured, 1.0 fte (0.8 fte until Dec 2010), Tilburg University, Dept. of Medical Psychology & Neuropsychology

2007 (Jan)- 2010 (Dec)Scientific consultant, 0.2 fte, fixed term, TweeSteden hospital, Tilburg

2007 (Sept) ? 2009 (Nov) Assistant Professor, tenure track, fixed term, 0.8 fte, Tilburg University, Dept. of Medical Psychology & Neuropsychology

2007 (Jan)- 2007 (Aug)Post-doctoral fellow, 0.8 fte, fixed term Tilburg University, Department of Medical Psychology

2005 (Oct)?2007 (Jan)Post-doctoral fellow, 1.0 fte, fixed term Tilburg University, Department of Medical Psychology

2005 (May-Sept) Research fellow (NHS grant), 1.0 fte, fixed-term, Georgia Prevention Institute, Augusta (GA), USA

PhD supervision

Co-advisor of Robert Smith (PhD defense October 2009)

Co-advisor of Hester Duivis (PhD defense October 2012)

Co-advisor of Madelein Hoogwegt MSc (2014)

Co-advisor of Dionne Kessing MSc (2015)

Co-advisor of Eveline van Montfort (2018)

Education/Academic qualification

Psychology, PhD, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

1 Jul 20011 Jul 2005

Psychology, Master’s Degree, Utrecht University

1 Jan 19995 Apr 2000

External positions

Member of Rubicon Committee (ZonMW)

1 Aug 2017 → …

Keywords

  • Stress And Disease
  • Depression
  • Type D personality
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Emotions And Health
  • Emotion regulation
  • Psychophysiology

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Research Output 2002 2018

Interviews
Sedentary Lifestyle
Hostility
Depression
Self Report
14 Downloads (Pure)

Type D personality as a risk factor in coronary heart disease: A review of current evidence

Kupper, N. & Denollet, J., 12 Sep 2018, In : Current Cardiology Reports. 20, 11, 8 p., 104.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview articleScientificpeer-review

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Individuality

Latent profiles of early trauma & Type D personality: Sex differences in cardiovascular risk markers

van Montfort, E. M. J., Mommersteeg, P. M. C., Spek, V. R. M. & Kupper, N., 2018, In : Comprehensive Psychiatry. 83, p. 38-45

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Wounds and Injuries
Alcohols
Lipids
Multiple Personality Disorder
Precision Medicine
Individuality
Self Report
Medical Records