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Safe cycling with permanent vision impairments?

On average each Dutch citizen owns 1.3 bicycles. For the Dutch, being able to cycle is almost a given fact. But is cycling a safe thing to do if you have permanent vision impairments?

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Doing science at the Weekend of Science

How can we show others, non-scientists, what it is that we (scientists) do and love? In this blog post, Lisette de Jonge-Hoekstra shares how she demonstrated her research at the Weekend of Science. The format she used benefits both scientists and the public.

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Lessons Learnt

I recently learned that I was named the Teacher of the Year in Psychology, which prompted me to reflect on a challenging yet rewarding teaching experience from last year. I learned a lot though that experience and thought it helpful to share some of these lessons with the readers of Mindwise.

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Citing is Easy, Reading is Hard

Don van Ravenzwaaij, Casper Albers, Maarten Derksen and Rink Hoekstra discuss how statistical misreporting can be propagated by experts. (Part 2 of our series on citation practices in psychology.)

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Student Articles

Playing with fire? ADHD in a relationship

How to deal with relationships in which one partner is diagnosed with ADD/ADHD? In this article, Carlotta Stahl discussed the difficulties that are described in the literature, but also shares personal experiences about positive aspects of dating someone with this diagnosis.

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Diving Deep: Exploring the Uncharted Waters of Microdosing

Microdosing has become a rather popular trend. However, it is not yet backed up by conclusive research. Using the example of microdosing, this blogpost shows how presumably sound scientific research can be utilized in online forums to support virtually anything. Thus, while scientists cannot draw conclusions yet, the public does.

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404 DATA NOT FOUND: How much information do we lose to the binary?

This blog was not supposed to be an analysis of contemporary research methodology. Nevertheless, it became one when I discovered how much information we lose in psychology because of one simple question.

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