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The Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences 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.
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The relationship between microdosing psychedelics and feeling authentically31st May 2023
During their research exploring the effect of microdosing psychedelics on feeling authentic the authors found that microdosing was related to higher ratings of state authenticity. This suggests that microdosing may help individuals align their behavior with their personal values and goals. Read the article.
Four NWO grants for cutting-edge research17th May 2023
From a study that focuses on people who choose to remain childless to renewing microfinance in developing countries. Four Tilburg University researchers will have the opportunity to realize their innovative research ideas after winning a grant from the Dutch Research Council’s SGW Open Competition M. We extend our warmest congratulations to Katrijn van Deun, Katya Ivanova, Tessa van Leeuwen and Burak Uras for their successful applications.
Inaugural lecture: Shared decision-making as the basis for good mental health care16th May 2023
Shared decision-making in mental health care is an essential ingredient of often longer-term therapeutic treatment relationships with patients and their loved ones. Particularly in the care of people with severe mental illness, this is an extra big task, but there are many gains to be made here, says professor Koen Grootens in his inaugural lecture on May 26.
Institutes/Academic Collaborative Centers Tranzo
16:00 - 17:30
PhD Defense I. Mannheim BA MA
Ageism in the Use and Design of Digital Technology
13:30 - 15:00
PhD Defense R.I. Bogaers
Stigma as a barrier to sustainable employment and well-being of workers with mental health issues and illnesses: A mixed methods study in the Dutch military
16:00 - 17:30
PhD Defense E.E.C. Gielens
From Crackpot Idea to Mainstream Debate: The Public Debate and Popular Support for Universal Basic Income in the Netherlands