BSI participates in national consortium of researchers.
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:
Esther will spend one day a week at the Behavioural Science Institute (BSI) to conduct research on sustainable partnerships. This special teaching and research remit primarily focuses on what makes a partnership last and on how to improve strained relationships.
Veni award for dr. Inge Molenaar
Dr. Inge Molenaar is granted with a Veni award for her research on facilitating self-regulated learning in adaptive educational technologies
Adaptive educational technologies are increasingly used in primary education. These technologies adjust educational material to the performance of students. The proposed research investigates how students learn with adaptive educational technologies and under which conditions personalized visualizations aid students to improve their learning.
This award recognizes young scientists who have made distinguished contributions to developmental psychology.
Despite strong belief in the effectiveness of power napping among top athletes, there is very little scientific evidence for the degree to which power napping actually contributes to recovery and top performance. Radboud University, NOC*NSF and M line launch a new four-year research project entitled ‘SLEEP FOR GOLD’, aimed at studying and analyzing the effects of power napping in detail.
We developed an app that helps children improve their reading skills. Click HERE for a short clip.
Perspectief voor publiek en professie. De waarde van civiele journalistiek in het netwerkmodel
Personalising Psychological Assessment and Interventions Using Interactive Technology
A Life History of Human Foraging in 25 Societies: Variation, Aging, Big Data, and Big Models
The Behavioural Science of Executive Control
With Bernhard Hommel (Leiden University), Frederick Morrison (University of Michigan), and BSI speakers.
Op donderdag 24 november organiseert het programma Meedoen met Sport met ondersteuning van verschillende partners het congres ‘Een leven lang meedoen met sport: Wetenschap en praktijk samen aan tafel’. Tijdens het congres staat de ontmoeting tussen wetenschap en praktijk centraal. In twee rondes worden in totaal 18 workshops verzorgd vanuit de peilers ‘Sport & Bewegen’, ‘Onderwijs’ en ‘Revalidatie’.
From Animal to Human Economic Behaviour: why humans are so good at inter-temporal choice