What Works Against Bullying?

BSI participates in national consortium of researchers.

Award winners BSI Day 2016
Groepsfoto BSI dag 2016
BSI members at BSI Day 2016


to the Behavioural Science institute. We study many aspects of human behaviour, and apply this knowledge to societal challenges. Our research is focused on three core themes:

Development & Learning

Development and Learning

Psychopathology, Health & Well-being

Psychopathology, Health & Well-being

Social processes & Communication

Social Processes and Communication


Women in Science

During the conference 'Women in the Spotlight' on 8 March, four female researchers from Radboud University and Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre Radboud received the Network of Female Professors Price 2017. The prize is awarded every two years and is designed for excellent women scientists up five years ago, have been promoted. BSI congratulates Maartje Luijten.

NVH 2017

Radboud scientists win Memprize competition with best vocabulary learning method

The winning learning method, developed by a research team from Radboud University and the Radboudumc, was based on a clever combination of techniques and strategies based on research into memory and learning.

Addicted individuals less responsive to reward-anticipation

It may be difficult for addicted individuals to learn when they can expect a reward. This learning problem could perhaps explain why they are more prone to addiction and find it difficult to kick the habit.

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