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Diagnosis Psychosis

People diagnosed with mental illnesses, such as psychotic disorders, have to face public stigma most of the time. They suffer under the consequences and are afraid to tell people. Therefore, interventions to reduce stigmatization are important and should be applied by today’s society.

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Should the cars of the future be psychopaths?

The technology behind self-driving cars is quickly evolving. As the transition from manually driven cars to autonomous cars is approaching, we need to assess certain ethical implications. Which abilities or traits do we want to give the AI behind the wheel of these vehicles?

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Sexual consent communication and what we can learn from having tea with someone

In this blogpost differences between explicit and implicit sexual consent are discussed, taking a look at processes that lie behind consent communication between heterosexual men and women and difficulties that come along with them.

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Collective protest in the eyes of the advantaged… a tricky issue

Why might men feel threatened by the attempts of the #metoo movement to fight gender inequality? While disadvantaged groups often strive for social change through collective protest, we know very little about how protest is received by those who have the most to lose as well as the power to actually make social change happen: advantaged groups.

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Diagnosis Psychosis

People diagnosed with mental illnesses, such as psychotic disorders, have to face public stigma most of the time. They suffer under the consequences and are afraid to tell people. Therefore, interventions to reduce stigmatization are important and should be applied by today’s society.

Read More

Should the cars of the future be psychopaths?

The technology behind self-driving cars is quickly evolving. As the transition from manually driven cars to autonomous cars is approaching, we need to assess certain ethical implications. Which abilities or traits do we want to give the AI behind the wheel of these vehicles?

Read More

Sexual consent communication and what we can learn from having tea with someone

In this blogpost differences between explicit and implicit sexual consent are discussed, taking a look at processes that lie behind consent communication between heterosexual men and women and difficulties that come along with them.

Read More

On engaging students in large courses

This is one of two blogs addressing the question how to engage students. Based on students’ feedback, the Education Committee has collected good examples of teaching that could serve as an inspiration for teachers. This part is going to be focused on methods that can be implemented in large classes.

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