A year in review: The most popular Mindwise posts of 2015
We’re ready to celebrate the end of 2015 and the beginning of an exciting 2016, here on Mindwise, and what better way than to share with you the most popular posts from these past twelve months! We’ve been thrilled with your interest all year and we look forward to sharing with you great new things from our team!
We started the academic year with our three-part Survival Guide to Studying Psychology in Groningen and everyone apparently thought it was a good way to kick things off too! Revisit our suggestions here, here, and here and see if anything has changed or whether you’ve learned anything new you want to share.
During the summer, we shared with you the research that students in the department did, as part of their Honours College internships, and they proved to be very popular! We learned about body (dis)satisfaction, how we see patterns, what your hands say about your personality, about anxiety and stress, and how research can be crowdfunded.
Student experiences were popular all year! Many students have shared with us their experiences studying abroad during 2015 and we’ve collected them all for you to look back on here. If you’re thinking of studying abroad this year, or you just want to see how (and where!) others spent their semesters, be sure to check them out.
Why exactly are you studying Psychology? Felix Schirmann pondered this question too, last March, and it was a question that resonated with many of our readers. It’s a question worth revisiting frequently, no doubt.
The first post of last year turned out to be one of the most popular too! How to study smarter and improve your grades, using methods and software developed in our department, based on our understanding of how humans learn and remember facts.
There they are then! Did we forget a post that you really enjoyed this year? Mention it in our comments section and see you next year!