Hans IJzerman is an assistant professor at Tilburg University. He received his PhD in 2010 from Utrecht University under the dedicated supervision of Gün Semin. His work deals with cognitive models of and for relationships. Recently, he has started working on embodied social support. 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: 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
Hannah Nohlen received her Master’s degree in Behavioural Science from Radboud University Nijmegen. Since the beginning of 2010 she is a PhD student at the Social Psychology Department at the University of Amsterdam, where she works together with Frenk van Harreveld, Mark Rotteveel, and Joop van der Pligt. Her PhD project focuses on ambivalent decision-making and choice conflicts. Hannah also coordinates the book review section for In-Mind E-mail: email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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). E-mail: email@example.com
Terri O’Sullivan holds a bachelor’s degree in social psychology from the University of Kent, UK where she conducted research into the effects of ostracism from a religious group. She went on to continue this line of research while studying for a master’s degree at Tilburg University, NL under the supervision of Professor Ilja van Beest. She is currently investigating how ostracism affects one’s religious identity as well as studying the vicarious effects of ostracism. Terri coordinates the Big Questions Project. If you have or can answer a Big Question, get in touch! E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lay See Ong is a postgraduate student at the Singapore Management University. Supervised by Angela Leung, her research interests varies (too broadly for her own good!) from creativity to mobility and self-regulation. One of her recent research projects investigated the beliefs about hierarchy among high and low relational mobility individuals. To know more her research exploits, you can visit her website. As a side project, she is also exploring and advocating the use of the virtual world, Second Life, for psychological research. While she’s not working, she enjoys good music, reading, and her pole dancing classes. Beyond being an editor, Laysee also heads In-Mind's PR team. E-mail: email@example.com
Yvonne Tan comes from one of the smallest countries in Asia, Singapore, is doing her PhD (Psychology) at Singapore Management University. She works under Dr. Cheng Chi-Ying and her main research interest are in gender issues, decision making and conflict resolution, especially in negotiations. She also has keen interest in other topics such as mating and fate beliefs. She is part of the in-mind PR team and is mainly in-charge of in-mind's social media outreach. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mariko Visserman received her Research Master’s degree in Behavioural Science at the Radboud University in Nijmegen. Under supervision of Johan Karremans, she studied how romantically involved individuals deal with the lure of attractive alternatives. Because of her passion for relationship research, she recently started her PhD project on sacrifice in close relationships, under supervision of Francesca Righetti and Paul van Lange, at the Free University of Amsterdam. As part of the In-Mind PR team, she is working on the newsletter. 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
Suzanne Horwitz is doctoral student working with Dr. John Dovidio at the Yale University Intergroup Relations Lab. Prior to attending Yale, she received her BS in psychology from Tufts University and worked at the Rochester Baby Lab. She is broadly interested in how social group attitudes form and how these attitudes lead to biased behavior, specifically focusing on the domain of social class as test case for understanding these processes. Suzanne's current work examines the role of implicit wealth attitudes in regulating favoritism/discrimination toward individuals with different social class backgrounds. Suzanne currently leads the SocialK Content Development Team. E-mail: email@example.com
Susana Lavado is currently a doctoral student at the University of Lisbon, under the supervision of Dr. Jorge Vala and Dr. Cicero Pereira. She also worked as a visiting student at Yale University under the supervision of Dr. John Dovidio. Her research focuses on how majority group members react to other people's expressions of prejudice against immigrants. Susana works as a senior editor of content development for the SocialK app. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Lee is going for his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Molecular Biology at Whitman College. Currently, he is working in a Biophsyics research lab, looking at lysozyme crystal structures and determining how sucrose diffuses using X-Ray Crystallography. John is next looking to go to Medical School and eventually become a pediatric oncologist. John is currently an editorial intern for the SocialK Content Development Team. E-mail: email@example.com
Linda Nguyen is a neuroscience major at Baylor University. She has been working in Dr. Wade Rowatt's social psychology lab. Her current project involves studying implicit and explicit attitudes towards interracial couples and how religious priming affects attitudes. She also works for The Baylor Lariat, Baylor's student-run newspaper as the Copy Desk Chief and occasional science, research and medicine writer. She hopes to attend medical school after graduation. She currently serves as an editorial intern for the SocialK Content Development Team. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sanja Djordjevic is a student at Tilburg University, currently doing her master in Social Psychology. She has completed her bachelor studies at the University of Sheffield, and has obtained a Clinical Psychology master degree from the University of Leiden. She has mostly done research within the field of unconscious processes, including the topics such are unconscious mood contagion, the influence of unconscious stress on cardiovascular activity, and priming effects of the t-shirt colors on individuals’ judgments of interpersonal warmth. E-mail: email@example.com
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