Eveline Crone

In The Guts of the Neuroscientist

2023

Synopsis

The Guts of the Neuroscientist

What is intuition? And how can gut feelings influence science? Known for her extensive research into adolescent brain development, neuroscientist Eveline Crone proposes that intuition is an aspect of the mind worth studying and embracing. In her scientific career, her own gut feelings have often led the way to new insights.

 

In The Guts of the Neuroscientist, Crone takes us on a journey through an abstract landscape of morphing white lines as she contemplates the development and the future of neuroscience.

Credits

Character
Eveline Crone
Director
Hester Overmars
Country
Netherlands
Duration
14 min
Year
2023
Eveline Crone fundamentally changed how neurologists view the adolescent brain.
Portret van Eveline Crone

Biography

Eveline Crone

Eveline Crone (1975) researches the development of the adolescent brain. She has shown that pleasure and rewards systems develop much faster than those parts of the brain that are important for impulse control and long-term planning. Using both fMRI-scans and qualitative research, Crone charts how the adolescent brain develops in areas such as self-image, risk-taking, friendship, exclusion and creativity.

Acclaims

  • Author of the bestseller The Adolescent Brain
  • Leader of SYNC lab, one of the world’s leading brain and development research labs
  • Winner of the prestigious NWO Spinoza Prize 2017

 

The adolescent brain

How do adolescents develop into individuals who contribute to society? Which circumstances are helpful and which are not? Led by Eveline Crone, the Erasmus University SYNC lab investigates the dynamic development of the adolescent brain. The lab collaborates with youth panels, schools and co-creation teams to understand how young people become engaged citizens. 

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Director

  • Portret Hester Overmars

    Hester Overmars

    Hester Overmars (1971) is a documentary filmmaker known for The Neverending Quartet (2020), among other films. She was nominated for a Golden Calf in 2007 for her short film Martha Vonk goes to Istanbul and in 2015 Hester won the Golden Calf for her short Verboden Vlucht. Her films screened at various international festivals. She studied History at Erasmus University Rotterdam.