Why enroll in the master program “Social Psychology and its Applications” in Groningen?
What motivates pro-environmental behaviour? Why do people like to go running with a device that gives personalized feedback, such as EVY? Why does the “Zwarte Piet”-controversy arouse such emotional reactions? How can art performances change relations within the audience? When and why do people protest against the gas extractions in the province of Groningen? How do thoughts about “what might have been” affect our current behavioural choices? These are just a few of the questions that you could study in the Master program “Social Psychology and it’s Applications” in Groningen. Interested? Watch the videos below to get an impression of the program.
A general overview of the master program in “Social psychology and its applications” offered by the University of Groningen:
The master program “Social psychology and its applications” has three specialization tracks. Below you’ll find a short introduction to each of these specializations.