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Duo interview with Jan Brouwer thesis prize winners (Chantal D'Amore & Rinske Vermeij)

The Jan Brouwer Scriptieprijs is awarded every year by the Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen (the Royal Holland Society of […]

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COVID-19 and well-being at work: How to create control around your work, help yourself and others

The COVID-19 crisis has affected all our lives, including our work life and well-being. How can you help yourself, colleagues and friends during these times? How can you avoid making it even worse? In this post, Iustina Armasu gives some evidence-based tips about what to do, and what to avoid.

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The subtle spreading of sexist norms

Suppose you are in a conversation and someone makes a sexist remark. How do you respond? Do you actively confront the sexist person by engaging in discussion? Do you fall silent in search of a response? Or do you swiftly switch topics to avoid an awkward situation? In our recently published set of studies, we examined how such responses may contribute to (or undermine) the spreading of sexist norms. 

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A UG alumna's story: From the classroom to working as Psychologist and Coach

  Bianca, what you are currently doing and how did you get there. I graduated from the University of Groningen […]

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Feigning ADHD and stimulant misuse among BSS students

Scientific sources and popular media alike frequently report on the occurrence of university students feigning attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and misusing stimulant medication for non-medical use. How is it with the BSS students at our faculty?

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Artistic Evaluation In A Digital World

The coronavirus catapulted us into a digital society even more rapidly than we expected. The desire and need for art as a language for shared feelings of chaos, loneliness, and hope are partially fulfilled using digital technologies and media. Yet, Gemma Schino wonders: how close are digital art experiences to the live art ones?

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Duo interview with Jan Brouwer thesis prize winners (Chantal D'Amore & Rinske Vermeij)

The Jan Brouwer Scriptieprijs is awarded every year by the Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen (the Royal Holland Society of […]

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COVID-19 and well-being at work: How to create control around your work, help yourself and others

The COVID-19 crisis has affected all our lives, including our work life and well-being. How can you help yourself, colleagues and friends during these times? How can you avoid making it even worse? In this post, Iustina Armasu gives some evidence-based tips about what to do, and what to avoid.

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A UG alumna's story: From the classroom to working as Psychologist and Coach

  Bianca, what you are currently doing and how did you get there. I graduated from the University of Groningen […]

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Do you see what I mean?

Honours College student Teresa Jungbluth describes aphantasia: the inability to voluntarily paint mental pictures in one’s own head. She also discusses how this affects one’s life, as well as variations in human experience and the power of visualization.

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