Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Understanding the sociology and psychology of human actions
The Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences (TSB) besides the traditional disciplines of Psychology and Sociology comprises also unique multidisciplinary research areas and research groups which take social issues as a starting point.
The School has varied range of Bachelor and Master programs. About 3000 students follow a TSB degree program. In the bachelor as well as in the master programs the School's international focus is prominent. Offering four English taught bachelor programs and sixteen English taught masters TSB attracts students from all over the world.
TSB Strategic Plan 2018-2021
16:00 - 17:30
PhD Defense Drs. F.A.A. Voermans
Kartelvorming in een verdwenen industrie. Collectieve belangenbehartiging in de Nederlandse strohulzenindustrie, 1905-1960
13:30 - 14:30
PhD Defense C. van Doeselaar MSc
Identity Formation in Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Bringing Together Different Pieces of the Puzzle
13:30 - 14:30
PhD Defense E.R. Broers MSc
Personalized eHealth in the cardiac population: a new challenge
Inform patients after trauma better about the consequences17th January 2020
Patients who have survived a serious accident (trauma) should, like their relatives, be better informed about the possible consequences of their injuries. That is the most important conclusion of Nena Kruithof's research. On Friday, January 17, she obtained her PhD at Tilburg University on this subject.
Dissertation awards 2019 for Antje Neumann and Koen van der Swaluw16th January 2020
The prizes for the best Dissertations of the year 2019 were awarded by Rector Magnificus prof. Klaas Sijtsma to Antje Neumann of Tilburg Law School and Koen van der Swaluw of the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences on the 16th of January.
HRS Masterstudent Marjolein Karsmakers nominated for David van Lennep Thesis Prize02nd January 2020
Our masterstudent Marjolein Karsmakers has been nominated for the David van Lennep Thesis Prize. Her master thesis "The Impact of an Organizational Change Process on Employee Motivation: Evaluating Autonomy, Competence and Relatedness" has been submitted by her professors Prof. Dr. Rene Schalk & Dr. Charissa Freese, and is now in the running for winning this prize for exceptionally good master theses in the field of psychology of work, career and organization.