Eva Štrukelj recently graduated in Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Algarve in Portugal. Her main areas of interest are health psychology and sexology. Regarding research, she is particularly curious about the various kinds of stigma associated with human sexuality.
Leonhard currently is in his bachelor's studies in psychology and in statistics at the University of Vienna and a student assistant at the Educational Psychology department.
His main areas of interest are research methodology and knowledge transfer in interdisciplinary psychological research - under the banner of Open Science principles.
His personal happy moments are when he finds the time to open up a novel again.
Darren is a recent graduate from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. His main research interests lie in cognitive neuroscience, meta-cognition, and generally all things ‘consciousness’. He plans on eventually applying for a Master of Research course in neuroscience but for now he is going to embark on a gap year and switch his mind to other things such as re-exploring what is means to not undergo formal education day in and day out. Apart from that, he enjoys Latin social dance (e.g. Salsa, Bachata, etc.), over-consuming music, and silly banter.
Eda is currently in her second year of her psychology bachelor’s at the University of Würzburg. As a research assistant at the Clinical Psychology department, she is working on cognitive control in the context of stress and health. When she is not promoting Open Science practices, she is trying to perfect her latté art skills.
Bojan recently got his Masters in Clinical Psychology at the University of Leuven. At the moment, he is trying to build a career that combines his passion for research and non-formal education. He is fascinated by neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and human reasoning, and can literally spend hours debating a broad range of sociopolitical and/or philosophical issues. Whenever he is free, he enjoys travelling, hanging out with friends, working out, reading, writing, and pretending to know how to play the guitar.
Max will finish his Bachelor in Psychology at Radboud University in the next few months. Afterwards, he is planning to do a Research Master in the Netherlands. He is interested in Open Science, intergroup relations, prejudice, stereotypes and the neuroscience of perception. In his spare time he likes to travel, game, and do sports.
After finishing her MSc in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience at University of Granada, María José now works as a PhD student in the Basic Psychology department at University of Málaga. She is interested in fear extinction and learning processes. When she is not doing research, she enjoys watching movies and series, travelling and reading.
Patrick is currently finishing his Bachelor in Psychology at the University Vienna. Afterwards, he will to do his Masters in General Psychology and Methodology. He is passionate about research methods, especially in the field Human Computer Interaction. Besides work, he likes to travel, read, and does a lot of voluntary work in the psychological faculty in Vienna.
Chiara received her bachelor’s in cognitive science and master’s in neuroscience from the University of Padua, Italy, and then became a qualified psychologist with the aim to bridge neuroscience and developmental psychology. She is interested in how higher cognitive functions develop and how early experience can shape the way we look at the world. Chiara is also the president of the Dublin University Neuroscience Society, the social coordinator of the OHBM Student/Postdoc Special Interest Group, and an associate editor at the Journal of European Psychology Students.
Doctoral Researcher studying relationships between arts-engagement and empathic abilities. Seminar Tutor in undergraduate and postgraduate methods and statistics. BPS London and Home Counties committee member and PsyPAG committee member. Actor, writer and applied theatre practitioner working on creative interventions in medical and social care, education and criminal justice settings.
Katharina Brecht works as a Postdoc Candidate at the Institute of Neurobiology at the University of Tübingen. Her research focuses on evolution and development of social cognition. She completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge, and her "Diplom" (M.Sc.) in Tübingen, Germany.
He received his Psychology Diploma (Master's Degree) at the University of Tuebingen and is currently a PhD Student at the University of Leipzig. His research focuses on the emotional and cognitive structure of obsessive-compulsive disorders. /Clinical Psychology /Emotion /Disgust /Fear /Cognition /Neuropsychology /Experimental Psychology /Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Florian recently joined the Behavioral Engineering Group at KU Leuven as a postdoctoral researcher. Here, he is applying insights from the study of executive functioning to promote pro-environmental behavior change. During his studies in Braunschweig and Hannover, he has pursued several lines of research ranging from field experimental work on cooperation and pedestrian behavior in traffic to laboratory studies on self-control processes and the neuropsychological analysis of cognitive flexibility.
David holds a Ph.D. in neuroimaging from Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre (CUBRIC), U.K. His expertise includes brain imaging (EEG, fMRI) in healthy and disease (depression, stroke, Parkinson's disease), clinical trials, open science research practices (including preregistration), biofeedback interventions, and plasticity of the motor system. David is final year M.D. candidate and works as a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Muenster Medical School, Germany.