PhD Thesis Award 2019

Winner of the 2019 PhD award: Jasper Van Assche!

Shortlist PhD award 2019 (in alphabetical order):

  • Emiel Cracco (UGent): The multi-actor mirror neuron system: can the human brain represent multiple actions simultaneously? 

  • Jessica Rassart (KU Leuven): Adjusting to chronic illness. The role of personality, illness perceptions, and coping

  • Jasper Van Assche (UGent): Ethnic diversity, ideological  climates, and intergroup relations: A person x context approach  

Master Thesis Award 2019

Winner of the 2019 Master thesis award: Karla Matic!

Shortlist Master thesis award 2019 (in alphabetical order):

  • Olivier Desmedt (UC Louvain): The  relationship  between  alexithymia  and  interoceptive  accuracy:  a measurement invalidation approach

  • Yorgo Hoebeke (UC Louvain): The relationship between self-discrepancies and psychological (in)flexibility

  • Johannes Keutgens (UC Louvain): Antecedents, consequences and perspectives for vocational psychology

  • Karla Matic (KU Leuven): It's not all about looks: The role of object shape  in parietal representations of manual tools

Best Poster Award 2019

The three winners of the best poster award at the 2019 BAPS meeting were:

  • M. A. Blanchard (KUL) Social exclusion and negative self-references: Construct validity of the Emotional Reversal Learning Task (ERLT)

  • L. Leng (KUL) A registered, direct replication of the reactivation-extinction effect

  • C. Sgard (ULB). Bimodal verbal-motor encoding helps episodic memory in patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease

Congratulations!