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Marvelous Mind

It’s almost here: the day that is supposed to be the most depressive one of the year. Blue Monday is […]

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Coordination in development: Caregiver-child synchrony

“Ah… da da da da da da … oh doe doe doe doe… eeh aah oeh” … Which adult hasn’t […]

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Sweden’s sleeping children: the Resignation Syndrome

A mysterious illness, called "Resignation Syndrome," is affecting children of refugee families in Sweden. Due to its psychological and political uniqueness, Resignation Syndrome has caused some proper attention during the last years.

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Duo interview: On being a journal editor

What do professors do all day? Did you know that they are also expected to complete various administrative tasks? Mindwise decided to lift the veil on one task regularly being taking on by professors: being an editor for a scientific journal. Specifically, we asked Dr. Rafaele Huntjens about being an Associate Editor for the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry and Dr. Kai Epstude about being Editor-in-Chief for Social Psychology.

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Talking About Time at the Kinderuniversiteit

Communicating science to children can be quite challenging. To teach kids about our time perception research, our lab developed a lecture for kids from group 8 of primary school. Prior to their visit to the lecture, we dropped by their school to let them participate in a timing experiment.

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Language acquisition and well-being of young refugee students in primary education

From February 2019 onwards, Hanneke Leeuwestein will start with her PhD project (funded by the National Initiative for Education Research/Nationaal […]

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Student Articles

Sweden’s sleeping children: the Resignation Syndrome

A mysterious illness, called "Resignation Syndrome," is affecting children of refugee families in Sweden. Due to its psychological and political uniqueness, Resignation Syndrome has caused some proper attention during the last years.

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Bibo ergo sum: I drink therefore I am

Second-year Psychology students participating in the University Honours College follow a workshop on Blogging Science, in which they learn to communicate science […]

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Trapped – How we withhold our kids the tools to carve out their own fortune

This Blog post describes the current situation concerning a lack of psychological education in high school. The necessity and benefit of psychological education in high school is highlighted using the example of addiction.

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Restless, Ever-Changing Memory

Memory is a puzzling concept that has intrigued scientists as well as lay people for decades. Patients with total amnesia give us a sense of how essential memory is: our lives depend on it. In this blog post, the challenge of describing memory is examined from a new perspective.

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