A lot has changed since last March. Our Soundcloud page now hosts many new interviews with some of the newest staff members in the Department (and did you know you can subscribe to our podcasts on iTunes?). The Mindwise Instagram account highlights the many faces of the students and staff in the Psychology Department. And, of course, we’ve redesigned our webpage to bring all of these elements together!
Choose the best post, enter to win a book!
We have selected our favourite posts from 2015 and now ask you, the readers, to decide which one wins the Award for Best Mindwise Post for 2015! Of course, we wouldn’t leave you without some prizes too: Three lucky voters will win a book!
So, pick your favourite article from our selection below and leave your email address if you want to win some Mindwise goodies! Voting closes on March 31st (midnight NL time). We will announce the winning post during the 2016 Heymans Symposium.
The nominees, in no particular order, are (drumroll, please…):
- Psychology Improves Learning, by Hedderik van Rijn
- Objective Science and the Subjective I, by Maarten Derksen
- Why Are You Studying Psychology?, by Felix Schirmann
- Good Vibrations. Whole Body Vibration as a New Treatment for ADHD, by Anselm Fürmaier
- Research, Teaching, and…, by Maarten Derksen
- Can We Crack the Secrets of Talent and Excellence?, by Ruud den Hartigh
- Perspectives on Social Coordination Research, by Ralf Cox and Pontus Leander
- On Treating Very Early Traumatic Memories, by Ineke Wessel
- Countering Negative Stereotypes with Positive Stereotypes, by Hedy Greijdanus
– THE VOTE IS NOW OVER –
- One vote per person, maximum. Multiple votes will be disqualified.
- Voting closes at midnight of March 31st, 2016 (Netherlands local time).
- The 2015 Mindwise Award will go to the entry (blogpost) with the most votes.
- Three voters will be selected at random to win the book prize. They will be contacted by email.
- The books for the voter prizes will be chosen by the Mindwise editorial board and can be picked up by the winners at the Heymans building.