The Leiden Psychology Blog is part of the Institute of Psychology and the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Leiden University. The authors are researchers and teachers working at the Institute of Psychology. The Leiden Psychology Blog stands out by showing the research carried out within our Institute and by replying to the latest events. The authors blog in a personal capacity.
- Eva Potters – Cognitive Psychology
- Annelies Oskam - Clinical Psychology
- Iris Koele – Developmental and Educational Psychology
- Jaap-Willem Mink - Health, Medical and Neuropsychology
- Vacancy – Methods and Statistics
- Hélène Pouponnot – Social and Organisational Psychology
- Remond Wulff – Web editor
- Mardet van Gennip – Communication coordinator
- Maria Sherwood-Smith – Language editor
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