Blog

23
May
2022
About open science and how to make it easier
Posted on 23/05/22
17
May
2022
Expeditie NEXT
Posted on 17/05/22
09
May
2022
The added value of in-person conferences
Posted on 09/05/22
25
Apr
2022
Sharing our science: communicating scientific findings in science and society
Posted on 25/04/22
19
Apr
2022
My job as a Research Software Engineer
Posted on 19/04/22
28
Mar
2022
Being the bridge: Connecting science and society
Posted on 28/03/22
21
Mar
2022
Development matters!
Posted on 21/03/22
14
Mar
2022
How informative videos can enhance information accessibility for and better representation of youth
Posted on 14/03/22
07
Mar
2022
I’ve got the music in me?
Posted on 07/03/22
28
Feb
2022
10 things I like about being the SYNC lab manager
Posted on 28/02/22
21
Feb
2022
What studying adolescents’ self-concept taught me about myself
Posted on 21/02/22
13
Feb
2022
Educating the researcher of the future: What can we learn from large transdisciplinary research projects?
Posted on 13/02/22
07
Feb
2022
How adolescents’ generosity grew my passion
Posted on 07/02/22
29
Jan
2022
New Year, New Perspectives
Posted on 29/01/22
28
Jan
2022
The sweet taste of revenge
Posted on 28/01/22
28
Jul
2021
Plastic or set in plaster? On the Roots of Antisocial behavior
Posted on 28/07/21
18
Jun
2021
The neurodevelopmental roadmap to antisocial behavior
Posted on 18/06/21
17
May
2021
The Fascinating Bilingual Brain
Posted on 17/05/21
15
Apr
2021
How a living lab approach may benefit both researchers and adolescents
Posted on 15/04/21
08
Mar
2021
Why research data management is critical for open science
Posted on 08/03/21
22
Feb
2021
Adolescents and social media: a social safety net in a fragile phase of development
Posted on 22/02/21
17
Feb
2021
SYNC LAB E-magazine: Het Jongerenbrein in de Coronacrisis (Dutch)
Posted on 17/02/21
01
Feb
2021
Solitude versus connectedness in adolescence
Posted on 01/02/21
12
Jan
2021
Collecting MRI data during COVID-19: A crash course in flexibility
Posted on 12/01/21
24
Nov
2020
Does Human nature exist, and if so, does it matter?
Posted on 24/11/20
16
Nov
2020
Predicting the colors of our emotions
Posted on 16/11/20
06
Nov
2020
Co-creation in times of COVID: lessons learned from our first virtual adolescent expert panel
Posted on 06/11/20
08
Oct
2020
Interview: The Influence of the COVID-19 Lockdown on Wellbeing of Parents and Children (Dutch)
Posted on 08/10/20
28
Sep
2020
Interview: How COVID-19 Influences Youth Delinquency (Dutch)
Posted on 28/09/20
Kian Westbrook’s tribute to Chadwick Boseman. Source: CNN
07
Sep
2020
#ThankYouChadwickBoseman: the desire to be motivated and inspired by others
Posted on 07/09/20
17
Aug
2020
This is not art: why people differ in their appreciation of (abstract) art
Posted on 17/08/20
03
Aug
2020
Hit the breaks! The importance of taking downtime
Posted on 03/08/20
22
Jul
2020
About time, for a blog
Posted on 22/07/20
06
Jul
2020
What the hack? Bringing about a practical tool through open collaboration
Posted on 06/07/20
02
Jul
2020
Interview: Hoe een masterprogramma en onderzoeksinstituten racisme en witte superioriteit tegengaan
Posted on 02/07/20
22
Jun
2020
How to stay sane during insane times: The value of counterfactual thinking
Posted on 22/06/20
19
Jun
2020
What can we do to achieve a better future for Youth after the Corona Crisis? Submit your ideas now! (Dutch)
Posted on 19/06/20
18
Jun
2020
Podcast: Eveline Crone talks about resilience in youth during the Corona Crisis (Dutch)
Posted on 18/06/20
15
Jun
2020
Taking steps to Open Science with scientists at all career stages
Posted on 15/06/20
09
Jun
2020
Juvenile Antisocial Behavior during Covid-19
Posted on 09/06/20
08
Jun
2020
Connecting Society Together
Posted on 08/06/20
25
May
2020
PhD Research in Times of Corona: How I Try to Adapt
Posted on 25/05/20
08
May
2020
SYNC ànd swim! Starting a new lab during COVID-19
Posted on 08/05/20

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