A learning adventure in Ethiopia

When dr. Nina Hansen travelled to Ethiopia last spring to conduct field research, students Marloes Huis, Josefine Geiger, and Aline Voss had the opportunity to accompany her. In this blog Nina, Marloes, and Josefine briefly describe the elaborate process of conducting field research in a very different culture and the challenges that were encountered.

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The Avril McDonald Memorial Fund

Every quarter, we share articles published in the BCN Neswletter and we are happy today to share a story written by Elouise Koops on the Avril McDonald Memorial Fund that is organised by Rosalind Frankling fellows from the RUG. This year, four PhD students and brilliant starting scientists received this award.

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Network connectivity in the ageing brain: An Interview with Linda Geerligs

The latest BCN Neswletter was out last week and we are thrilled to share with you an interview with one of our very own. Linda Geerligs did her PhD in the Psychology Department with Prof. Monicque Lorist and now works at the University of Cambridge, in England, on ageing. Robin Mills talked to her about her research, past and present; the challenges of being a researcher; and her goals as an academic.

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Using statistics for truly understanding psychological processes

The classical way of conducting experiments in empirical psychology is useful for understanding psychological constructs. However, using measurement-intensive longitudinal data is essential when you wish to truly understand psychological processes. For analyzing such data, new type of methods are required. Casper Albers explains the merits of these methods.

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