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40 days without alcohol, how does that affect you?08th March 2020
Rob Bovens of Tranzo is conducting research into the effects of the I'll pass (IkPas) challenges, whereby participants ban the booze for a period of time. There are two challenges every year. Forty days without alcohol, how does that affect you? You can read more about the effects and the results of the study in this article.
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.
Study shows: no increase in mental health problems among Dutch students11th November 2019
Over the past ten years, the prevalence of mental health problems among students and non-students has not increased. For instance, serious anxiety and depression symptoms, fatigue, and use of mental health services was not more prevalent in 2012 and 2017, than in 2007. In addition, no differences were found between students and non-students.
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CoRPS (Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic diseases) is one of the multidisciplinary research institutes of Tilburg University and part of the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Tranzo is the scientific center for care and wellbeing of the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences of Tilburg University. Tranzo wants to build a bridge between science and practice in the area of care and wellbeing. The objective is to promote an evidence-based approach by working in co-creation with practitioners to develop and exchange knowledge.
In the GO-LAB we study the interrelations between emotions, behavior, and physiology, in the context of individual differences relevant to health and disease.
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