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  • Like a deer caught in the headlights?

    Like a deer caught in the headlights?

    BOOM!! You hear the sound of an explosion. The children in your classroom start panicking. You see through the window that the left wing of the school is on fire. How would you respond in such a situation?
  • How to deal with the threat of terrorism in children?

    How to deal with the threat of terrorism in children?

    News of terrorist attacks is on TV almost daily, and the threat of terrorism affects everyone, including children. Being aware of our reactions and enhancing our sense of control may help us to handle both children’s fears of terrorism and our own.
  • Piet and Prejudice: Why Change is Threatening

    Piet and Prejudice: Why Change is Threatening

    The debate about the racist nature of 'Zwarte Piet' ('Black Pete') as part of the Sinterklaas festivities reveals modern forms of prejudice. Recent research on the intersection of psychology, physiology, and neuroscience uncover this type of prejudice.