Author Archives: estherp
On March 16, Mike Keesman defended his dissertation on “Observing the mind instead of acting on it” at Utrecht University, The Netherlands. Congratulations to Mike on an excellent piece of work and defense!
Research Assistant/Associate We invite applications for a 3-year ESRC-funded Postdoc position with Dr Esther Papies, The Psychology of Sugary Drinks: The role of consumption and reward simulations. The project aims to both establish underlying cognitive mechanisms contributing to the motivation … Continue reading
Our lab has recently been awarded a research grant to study the role of consumption and reward simulations in the motivation to consume sugary drinks. The work will start in May 2018, and we will be recruiting a 3-year postdoctoral … Continue reading
We are now accepting applications from prospective PhD students to start in October 2018. Please get in touch with your research plans if you’re interested in applying! Applications for the School of Psychology PhD program are submitted through the University … Continue reading
Since September 1, 2017, Mike Keesman is working as a postdoctoral researcher at Leiden University, on the BENEFIT project with Prof. Andrea Evers: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/staffmembers/mike-keesman#tab-1 https://www.mikekeesman.com
The examination committee at Utrecht University has approved Mike’s dissertation “Observing the mind instead of acting on it: How mindfulness empowers people to live healthily”. He is now scheduled to defend it in a formal session on March 16, 2018, … Continue reading
On April 21, Iris Versluis successfully defended her dissertation on the mechanisms underlying the portion size effect, and possible strategies to prevent it, at the Erasmus School of Economics, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Congratulations, Iris! Click here for details and for … Continue reading
Last week, Esther attended the 2016 conference of the British Feeding and Drinking Group in London – a wonderful and very productive meeting! You can find the slides of Esther’s talk on Situating Interventions here.
On September 1, 2015, Esther moved from the Psychology Department at Utrecht University, The Netherlands, to the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.