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Psychology - Health - 04.06.2024
Arjan Videler appointed to endowed chair ’Psychotherapy for Elderly’

Psychology - Pedagogy - 28.03.2024
From student to CEO: 'I want to show that anything is possible, even if you have autism'
From student to CEO: ’I want to show that anything is possible, even if you have autism’

Social Sciences - Psychology - 25.03.2024
Gravitation grant for multidisciplinary team to investigate adaptability of societies in crises

Health - Psychology - 08.03.2024
’Empathetic computers can bring people closer’

Psychology - 29.02.2024
Katrijn Van Deun awarded prestigious NWO Vici grant to develop new data science methods

Psychology - 23.02.2024
Increasing equality of opportunity for applicants by structuring and objectifying the selection process
Structuring the selection methods for job applications promotes equality of opportunity.

Psychology - 15.02.2024
Refugees find work faster thanks to preventive mental health care
Participation of refugees lags significantly behind that of other migrant groups and Dutch natives. To ensure better job market participation among this group, we must also focus on their mental health.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 05.02.2024
Uncovering new insights into childhood brain development
A Wellcome Discovery Award funds a new groundbreaking study characterising the development of the brain during childhood and adolescence in unprecedented detail.

Psychology - 13.10.2023
How we express positive emotions through our voice, but without words

Psychology - Career - 09.10.2023
Ioana Vrabiescu researches emotional dimension of border control with NWO grant
Ioana Vrabiescu researches emotional dimension of border control with NWO grant

Psychology - 14.09.2023
Positive psychology app helps people with bipolar disorder

Psychology - 12.09.2023
How the ego inhibits personal development and social attachment
According to social psychologist Roos Vonk, our ego impedes our social relationships and our personal growth.

Psychology - 30.08.2023
Marianne van Woerkom appointed as professor of Positive Psychological Perspective on Human Resource Studies

Psychology - 07.07.2023
Significant increase in chronic anxiety and depressive symptoms in young adults

Health - Psychology - 20.06.2023
Oration Taco Gosens: Quality of life in orthopaedics: Moving Care

Career - Psychology - 29.05.2023
ERC Consolidator Grant for research into the role of memory in communication

Health - Psychology - 16.05.2023
Inaugural lecture: Shared decision-making as the basis for good mental health care

Health - Psychology - 29.03.2023
Panic: what you should (or shouldn’t) do
Professor Koen Schruers was set on studying schizophrenia after graduation - until he was asked to participate in PhD research on panic.

Psychology - Health - 22.03.2023
Grant for digital self-management platform for people with severe mental illness
Researchers at Tilburg University will develop a digital self-management platform for people with severe mental illness.

Health - Psychology - 01.03.2023
Out of the shadows: A qualitative exploration of shame in learners across the continuum of medical education
''Overwhelmed and needing to immediately disappear, I quietly handed the baby to the pediatrics team, slipped out of the room, and searched for a place to hide.

Psychology - 22.02.2023
NWO Vici grant for research Prof. Jelte Wicherts on causal effects in psychological experiments
The NWO has awarded Professor of Methodology Jelte Wicherts a Vici grant of one and a half million euros for his research on differences in causal effects in experiments. In experiments in psychology and other fields, scientists look for causal effects, while it is possible that those effects are not the same for everyone.

Psychology - Health - 06.02.2023
EU grant to improve mental well-being of Ukrainian refugees

Psychology - 28.11.2022
Fred Atilla wins Unilever Research Prize for research on growing negative emotions by corona on Twitter

Psychology - 10.11.2022
Procrastination is the thief of time
Pain is not comfortable and it signals possible damage to the body. It is therefore logical that people with acute pain avoid painful movements.

Health - Psychology - 03.11.2022
Shivers down your spine
Parkinson's disease and Huntington's disease, we all know them as movement disorders with uncontrolled movements such as trembling and shaking as the most prominent symptoms.

Psychology - 12.10.2022
'We must reclaim the internet, before it is too late'
’We must reclaim the internet, before it is too late’
Interview with Geert Lovink on his new book We need to reclaim the internet from big tech companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon, says Geert Lovink, professor of Art and Network Cultures (UvA and AUAS).

Psychology - Social Sciences - 13.09.2022
Sharp deterioration in girls’ mental health
An unprecedented decline in mental health took place among girls in the Netherlands between 2017 and 2021.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 13.09.2022
Inaugural lecture: give loved ones a central role in the treatment of traumatised patients
Inaugural lecture: give loved ones a central role in the treatment of traumatised patients

Psychology - Health - 01.07.2022
The two faces of cannabis receives VIDI grant

Psychology - Career - 10.01.2022
ERC Starting Grants for two UvA researchers

Media - Psychology - 03.11.2021
Local collaborators of war journalists are even more vulnerable due to the pandemic
Local collaborators of war journalists are even more vulnerable due to the pandemic

Health - Psychology - 18.01.2021
How are Dutch families mentally coping with COVID 19?
Till at least 9 February parents in the Netherlands are in lockdown with their children. How did Dutch families mentally cope with the first wave of the corona pandemic? Preventive Youth Care researchers share first results of a longitudinal study.

Politics - Psychology - 08.06.2020
Are strongmen a particular 'breed' of political figures?
Are strongmen a particular ’breed’ of political figures?
We know much about the behaviour and policies of right-wing autocrats, but little was known about their personality profile.

Life Sciences - Psychology - 26.05.2020
20 years Faculty of Science: the past, present and future of Psychobiology
20 years Faculty of Science: the past, present and future of Psychobiology
The A wing of Science Park 904 has a remarkable sight: the skeleton of a young African elephant. 'Ah, Bob the elephant', says neurobiologist Taco Werkman fondly.

Psychology - Health - 07.02.2020
Eight PhD projects at Centre for Urban Mental Health to begin

Social Sciences - Psychology - 20.01.2020
Mark Jordans uses science to improve psychological support for children in war zones
Mark Jordans uses science to improve psychological support for children in war zones
To reduce the huge psychological suffering of children in war zones: this mission is what drives Mark Jordans, who was recently named professor by special appointment of Global Child and Adolescent M