Dr. Susanne Scheibe (left on the picture), associate professor at the organizational psychology department of the University of Groningen has received a VIDI research grant from NWO for her proposal ‘Getting better with age?’. Mindwise congratulates Dr. Scheibe on this major achievement!
During the summer ceremony which marks the official closing of the academic year Dr Namkje Koudenburg has received the first ‘University of Groningen-thesis award’ for her thesis entitled ‘Conversational Flow: The Emergence and Regulation of Solidarity through Social Interaction’. It was the first time a prize was awarded to the best Groningen thesis. APA dissertation […]
Recent research from the University of Groningen suggests that mindfulness facilitates the emotions of awe and wonder. Dr. Ostafin featured on Huffington Post earlier this month. Note: Image by Hassan Saeed, licenced under CC BY 2.0.
Unifocus is the online video magazine of the University of Groningen. This week it features associate professor of neuropsychology Reint Geuze and his colleague, professor of behavioural biology Ton Groothuis.
Recently published research by students and professors from the Experimental Psychology group in Groningen was featured today in the Psychonomic Society’s Blog.
Does a performance influence the behaviour of individual viewers, the relationships between them, and the creation of a ‘community’? A University research team (Social Psychology and Artificial Intelligence) studied this, together with choreographer collective Random Collision. Watch the video on Unifocus.
More on the emotion of disgust by Prof. de Jong. This month on Dutch radio.
The work of Dr. Huntjens recently featured on the website of the Netherlands Organization of Scientific Research (NWO).