In this project, it is explored how various educational actors address inequality of opportunities in education, and we investigate whether a 'serious policy game' can contribute to improved collaboration.
This multi-site research project replicates the SHARP program and investigates the role of excitatory/inhibitory levels in the brain in the effectiveness of electrical stimulation for cognitive training.
This project aims to reconstruct the Catholic responses to the new currents at the heyday of the atomistic revival (1640-1680) and to map the internal struggles taking place within the Church and its institutions.
This project collects unique data among the general workforce to provide new insights into the roles of unequal network composition and returns as explanations for gender disparities in career success.
The main aim of this project is to create and field-test chatbots designed to develop and foster long-term engaging and human-like conversations with humans for two technologically and linguistically diverse domains.
Financed with an ERC starting grant, project Cool @ School (CatS) contributes to a better understanding of how kids think about and respond to being (un)popular, and how it may shape their bullying behavior.
This project explores the role of pluralistic ignorance in perpetuating sexual double standards (SDS) and investigates the relationship between entertainment media consumption and SDS perception, interpretation, and application.
Despite that students are very positive about the master's in Communication Studies, they lack the feeling of being well prepared for the job market. A professionalisation module might make a difference here.
The application of Extended Reality in anatomy education has been around for some time but there is still little known about its effects on students' learning efficiency,motivation and cognitive load. Dylan Henssen and Lucas Boer investigate.
The curriculum for students of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences does not yet address commercial health checks. However, it is important that students learn about it. How can an elective module change this?
The current philosophy and religious studies curricula are in need of more diversity and a critical eye. Based on the premise of unlearning, Katrine Smiet and her colleagues take a close look at the curricula in order to make them diverse.
The project contributes to improving conditions of irregularized migrants (IM) working in Farm to Fork (F2F) labour markets in four EU member states (IT, NL, PL, SP) and two associated countries (MO, UA).