Jolanda Maas (UhD 2009, Utrecht University) is a behavioural scientist who specializes in research on health benefits of nature. Her scientific articles on this topic belong to the most cited articles from this quickly growing field of research, both nationally and internationally. Dr. Maas is an experienced speaker and regularly presents her work to various national and international audiences. She currently supervises two PhD students, several bachelor and master students and is a lecturer in the master course Applied Social Psychology. Dr. Maas is also a member of several scientific committees and advisory boards. She holds a Master’s degree in Sociology and a PhD (2008) in Social Sciences from Utrecht University.
- NIAS-Lorentz Alexithymia Workshop!June 12, 2017People with high levels of alexithymia display notable difficulties in identifying and describing their emotional feelings (read more). The scientific study of alexithymia is nowadays a booming enterprise across multiple disciplines, including psychology, neuroscience, psychiatry, and psychosomatic medicine. AER lab … Continue reading →
- Chief Editor for C&ENovember 17, 2016Sander Koole and Klaus Rothermund will become the new Chief Editors of Cognition and Emotion (C&E), as of January 2017. C&E is devoted to the study of emotion, especially to those aspects of emotion related to cognitive processes. The journal … Continue reading →