Work and Social Psychology
The department of Work and Social Psychology (WSP) is one of the four departments through which the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience conducts its research. It accommodates two research sections: Applied Social Psychology and Work and Organisational Psychology. The research in both sections focuses specifically on the design and evaluation of theory-and evidence-based behaviour and organisational change programmes. Important research themes are health, safety, environment, and employment.
- research in work and organisational psychology, health psychology, and (applied) social psychology
- contributes to the master's programmes Health and Social Psychology, Work and Organisational Psychology, & Human Decision Science
- focuses on developing and applying psychological theory to understand and target societally relevant issues
- led by Prof. dr. Rob Ruiter