Hans IJzerman is an assistant professor in Clinical Psychology at VU University. He received his PhD in 2010 from Utrecht University under the dedicated supervision of Gün Semin. His work deals with social emotion regulation, and, more specifically, how relationships are organized around processes of body temperature regulation. IJzerman is the founding editor of the magazine, and one of the founding members of the In-Mind Foundation. His personal webpage can be found here, his publications here, and his work-in-progress here. E-mail: email@example.com.
Dylan Selterman received his Ph.D. in Social/Health Psychology from Stony Brook University. He is a social psychologist by training, with background in developmental and educational psychology as well. Dr. Selterman's research interests include: a) close relationships between parents/children, friends, and romantic partners, b) patterns of dreaming and how they influence subsequent behavior, c) how people experience emotions especially those that are related to relationships (e.g., jealousy, love), d) romantic attachment and sexual behavior, and e) morals, ethics, norms, and standards for interpersonal behavior, especially in close relationships. Dr. Selterman's lab is currently studying attitudes toward what is considered ethical behavior in close relationships, how those attitudes and judgments vary based on personality variables, motivations for infidelity/cheating behavior, jealousy and other responses to betrayals/violations, and how couples manage ethical issues in relationships (e.g., monogamy status). Dr. Selterman is the current Editor-in-Chief of the magazine. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reine van der Wal is one of the founding members of the In-Mind Foundation and also its secretary. She completed her Research Masters in Social & Health Psychology at Utrecht University. Currently, Reine works as a Ph.D. student at Radboud University Nijmegen under supervision of Dr. Johan Karremans. Her research interests revolve around interpersonal relationships, self-regulation processes, emotion, and attention. E-mail: email@example.com
Daniel Sligte completed his Bachelor and Research Master degree - major in I/O and minor in Social Psychology - at the University of Amsterdam. For his Master he visited New York University as a research intern. After having worked as a research consultant, he is currently doing a PhD at the department of Industrial/ Organizational Psychology of the University of Amsterdam on creativity. Daniel is one of the founding members of the In-Mind Foundation, and also its treasurer. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jay is an Associate Editor for In-Mind and a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. He received his MA and PhD in Social Psychology from Queen's University, Canada, under the supervision of Leandre Fabrigar. His research explores theories of persuasion and attitude change, as well as how and when attitudes shape behaviour. To learn more about Jay's work, check out his website. Jay also coordinates the book review section for In-Mind.
Alina Feinholdt is coordinator of In-Mind's blog section as well as a doctoral candidate in Political Communication at the University of Amsterdam. She earned a MSc in Work and Organizational Psychology from the University of Maastricht. Her PhD project deals with the underlying mechanisms of news framing. In addition, she studies the effects of mindfulness meditation on well-being and other work-related outcomes.
Diana has a PhD in social psychology, where she worked in the area of intergroup relations, looking at when and why social groups choose to imitate other groups. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Exeter, UK, working on tax compliance, trying to figure out why most people pay their taxes, but also what makes a minority of taxpayers less willing to comply with the law. Beyond being an editor, Diana also develops the In-Mind Videos. E-mail: email@example.com
Adam received his PhD in Social Psychology from North Dakota State University in 2013. His research focuses on how metaphors reflect and affect our thoughts, emotions, behavior, and personality. He has also begun investigating the social and affective processes involved in the ending of, and after the conclusions to, arguments and debates. Beyond these two areas, he is generally interested in the differences in the way in which people think and the science of social and personality psychology. Adam is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Knowledge Media Research center in Tübingen, Germany. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Muscanell received her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Alabama in 2013. She is interested in understanding how individuals communicate via technology and what impact technology has on interpersonal processes and psychological outcomes. Her current research largely focuses on the use of social media and examines self-disclosure and self-presentation, social influence processes, and professional and organizational communication. Nicole is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Knowledge Media Research Center in Tübingen, Germany. Starting in August 2015, she will be an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Penn State York. She heads In-Mind's media & PR team.
Emir received his master’s degree in Social Psychology from the University of Sarajevo. He is currently working on his PhD at the University of Bordeaux and the University of Sarajevo. His research project focuses on the affect heuristic and identifying the cognitive, social, and physiological pathways of how subtle feelings guide our decision making. His other interests include risk perception, emotion, and affective neuroscience. He currently co-runs In-Mind's media & PR team. You can follow him on twitter @EmirEfen
Amanda received her master's degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kansas (KU). She is currently working on her PhD at KU and works as a graduate research assistant for the Center for Public Partnerships and Research on the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) grant. Amanda's research interests include faith identity development, LGBTQ identity development, and the psychology of women. She is part of the media & PR team at In-Mind.
Sarah Wagner Sanders received her bachelor's degree in journalism with a minor in film studies from the University of Georgia. She completed her masters in secondary English Education through the University of Phoenix. Sarah enjoys researching and writing about a variety of disciplines, from popular culture to cuisine and health to psychological issues. She contributes to In-Mind by proof-reading blog posts and assisting with social media projects. E-mail: email@example.com
Aafke van Mourik Broekman graduated from the Research Master Social and Organizational Psychology at the University of Groningen and recently started my PhD-project at the same university. Under supervision of prof. dr. Tom Postmes and prof. dr. Ernestine Gordijn she is working on the research project ‘Organic Growth Of Groups: When And How Do Bystanders Become An “In-group”’. In this research project they are interested in how merely observing coordinated group interactions can lead to the emergence of social unity and group growth. For the In-Mind PR-team she helps creating the newsletter. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org