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Masters Degrees in Social Psychology, Netherlands

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Project-X parties organised via Facebook. Unhealthy eating habits. Workplace bullying. Although a wide range of issues, the same rule applies to all of them. Read more
Investigate the social and health-related aspects of behavioural regulation. Read more
Get the best of two outstanding universities and graduate with two degrees in applied social psychology. the MSc in Psychology from the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, and the MSc in Social Psychology from Tilburg University in the Netherlands. Read more
How can psychology contribute to solving conflicts between groups, to a better environment, or health?. In our master program, we highlight which social psychological factors determine human behaviour, and how these factors can be influenced. Read more
The track Work and Organizational Psychology concentrates on sciencebased solutions to human problems in work and organizational settings. Read more
IMPROVING LEARNING, EDUCATION AND TRAINING. Better education and training for all are of the utmost importance when it comes to developing our society. Read more
How can intervention prevent burnout in medical students? Can mindfulness support patients in dealing with chronic disease? How can we predict obesity in young children?. Read more
Our aim is to increase the quality of upbringing, care and education by improving policies and interventions for young people and their social and learning contexts. Read more

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