At our faculty we conduct research that provides new insights into the foundations of human behavior and movement. These may be biological or social foundations or everything in between. With our research we respond to social developments and we look for outcomes that bring us further. The projects described in these pages reflect the wide range of subjects where our scientists are involved in.
|What causes motion sickness?
|Causes of desparity in happiness|
|How do we filter visual information?|
|The emergence of walking in children
|How do environmental factors influence social cognition?|
|Education and life's meaning
|Can sports overtraining be prevented?
|Biological and cultural perspectives of trust and cooperation|
|When I grow up...|
|Risk of falls by elderly|
|Marriage and well-being|
|Top-level sport and neurocognitive skills|
|History of dyslexia|