FPN is a faculty with an unlimited interest in the human brain. We try to learn all we can about healthy and unhealthy human behaviour, why people behave the way they do, and how to influence this behaviour. We do this by conducting research in the fields of biological and cognitive psychology. On this page you can read about our teachers, researchers, students and the work they are doing.
Two UM research projects compete for the 2018 Klokhuis Science AwardMonday, October 29, 2018
Two research projects from Maastricht University have been nominated for this year’s Klokhuis Science Award. The first, led by Pim Martens (ICIS), is a study of emotions in animals; the second, led by Christine Resch (FPN), is an investigation into the use of games to help improve the thinking functions of children with brain injuries.
Students and seniors get crafty togetherTuesday, October 9, 2018
Maastricht psychologist receives Award for Promoting PsychologyTuesday, September 25, 2018
Maastricht psychologist Dr. Melanie Sauerland receives Award for Promoting Psychology.