Cette page comprendra des ressources relatives à la traduction du livre de Zoltan Dienes. Il s’agit d’adapter cette page: http://www.lifesci.sussex.ac.uk/home/Zoltan_Dienes/inference/ Ce programme shiny permettant de calculer le facteur bayésien est déjà disponible: https://olivierklein.shinyapps.io/Facteur_Bayes/
2 members of our team have been awarded scholarships from the FNRS this year: Camila Arnal for a PhD project on the relation between critical thinking and conspiracy beliefs and Judit Kende for a post-doctoral project on “how diversity and equality shape interactions, attitudes and belonging among natives, immigrants and their offspring.” Congratulations to both of […]
Robin Wollast, former PhD in our lab, has been awarded a prestigious scholarship from the Belgian American Educational Foundation (BAEF) to pursue a Post-doctorate in the team of Prof. James Gross at Stanford University starting in the fall of 2020. Congrats, Robin!
Congrats to Julia Eberlen for completing her PhD titled “Learning about Groups: The Self and Social Networks in the Emergence of Stereotypes” under the supervision of Profs. Olivier Klein and Matteo Gagliolo. The very successful defense was presented online given the (partial) lockdown.
Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer la parution d’un tout nouveau manuel de psychologie sociale. Un ouvrage rédigé par Vincent Yzerbyt (Université catholique de Louvain) et Olivier Klein (de notre centre) et l’aboutissement d’un travail de près de cinq ans initié lorsque le premier avait passé un congé sabbatique chez nous. Le livre propose un […]
New publication by members of our lab (spearheaded by Julia Eberlen). Where we show that making people aware that their responses will be made (anonymously) available has no bearing on their willingness to take part in a study. Informed consent about data sharing is no obstacle to participation. It’s open access and you can check […]