Bridge the gap between science and well-being

Our mission

Applied Psychology bridges the gap between science and well-being by translating psychological knowledge and expertise to practical solutions. Our research and consultancy serve the purpose of enhancing well-being in individuals, groups and organisations in an ever changing society. Synergy between research, education and practice is our guiding principle.

Expertise units

Health Psychology and Psychopathology
HRM and Organisational Psychology
Forensic Psychology
Center for Psychodiagnostics
Education and Upbringing
Psychology, Technology and Society

Recent projects

ADI-TP (Aanvangsdiagnostisch Sceeningsinstrument voor Toegepaste Psychologie)

Her huidige hoger onderwijs heeft te maken met een heterogene instroom. Met andere woorden, studenten starten met een diverse, niet…

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Creating equal opportunities in education by means of academic language.

Pupils from a less advantaged background, such as a low socioeconomic status or a native language other than Dutch, do…

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Events

PsycEvent – ePsychologie – Tom Van Daele | 24.03.2020

Event in Dutch Wanneer we ons niet goed in ons vel voelen, zoeken we al snel online naar antwoorden en hulp. Ook hulpverleners maken steeds meer gebruik van technologie in therapie. Websites, apps, chatbots, wearables, serious games, virtual en augmented reality lijken veelbelovende tools om ons te helpen omgaan met…

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VR & AR for mental health.
Inspiration from an Argentinean Psycho-technologist | 02.03.2020

Technology plays an increasingly important role in our everyday lives. Smartphone applications have not yet been around for too long, but already strongly shape our daily routines. Technological innovations that more recently have been starting to find their way to the broader public are virtual and augmented reality (VR and…

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PsyBlog

Online dating

Applied Psychology students of Thomas More University of Applied Sciences and international Erasmus students wrote blog posts…

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Nomophobia

Applied Psychology students of Thomas More University of Applied Sciences and international Erasmus students wrote blog posts…

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