Karoline Huth is a Ph.D. candidate at the Centre for Urban Mental Health. She focuses on developing a network theory of depression and addiction in an urban context. Her project is supervised by prof. dr. Ruth van Holst, prof. dr. Maarten Marsman, prof. dr. Judy Luigjes, and prof. dr. Anneke Goudriaan. With a strong background in psychological methods, she advances statistical methods around network analysis and applies those to answer questions in (clinical) psychology. For example, she assesses how ethno-cultural and socio-economic factors increase or buffer the risk of mental health symptoms. In her free time, she can be found doing some long-distance sports, like running through Amsterdam’s nature reserves or road cycling along the dunes.
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