145 Works

Automatic personality assessment from asynchronous video interviews – The Prolific dataset

Antonis Koutsoumpis, Reinout de Vries, Janneke Oostrom, Djurre Holtrop, Sina Ghassemi & Ward van Breda
With the advent of sophisticated machine-learning methods, practitioners rely more and more on asynchronous video interviews (AVI) to automatically assess job candidates. However, very little published empirical evidence is available to tell that AVIs are valid and reliable methods of measuring one’s personality. In this project, we collect AVIs from mock job video interviews and explore whether algorithmic assessment is suitable to automatically measure personality, job-related competences, and hireability. Participants were presented with a job...

Online interventions and mobile apps for the treatment of Specific Phobia: A systematic review

Sonia Mor, Jorge Grimaldos, Cintia Tur, Pim Cuijpers, Cristina Botella & Soledad Quero
Many internet-based and mobile-based interventions have been developed and implemented in the last decade for anxiety disorders, proving their effectiveness in several studies. However, little research has been carried out in this field for the case of Specific Phobias and, to our knowledge, no systematic reviews have been published on this matter. The aim of this study is to summarize the data published about treatments delivered through the Internet and mobile apps for Specific Phobia...

Visual information is required to reduce the global effect

Kiki Arkesteijn, Jeroen Smeets, Mieke Donk, Artem Belopolsky & Martijn Schut

Masterthesis BCO Madelon Keet

Madelon Keet & Marieke Roskes

Control of mediolateral gait stability: Muscles executing center of pressure control strategies.

Moira van Leeuwen

The effect of price precision in a sellers’ market

Margarita Leib, Nils Köbis, Shaul Shalvi & Marieke Roskes

Self-Help Plus for Refugees and Asylum Seekers; Study Protocol for a series of Individual Participant Data Meta-analyses

Eirini Karyotaki, Marit Sijbrandij, Marianna Purgato, Ceren Acarturk, Daniel Lakin, Della Bailey, Emily Peckham, Ersin Uygun, Federico Tedeschi, Johannes Wancata, Jura Augustinavicius, Ken Carswell, Maritta Välimäki, Mark van Ommeren, Markus Koesters, Mariana Popa, Marx Leku, Minna Anttila, Rachel Churchill, Ross White, Sarah Al-Hashimi, Tella Lantta, Teresa Au, Thomas Klein, Wietse Tol … & Corrado Barbui
Refugees and asylum seekers are at an elevated risk of developing common mental disorders, like depression, due to the numerous challenges that they experience before, during, and after the migration (1). There is a growing body of research demonstrating the effectiveness of psychological interventions for reducing symptoms of mental disorders in refugees and asylum seekers exposed to adversities (2-8). Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) has developed a novel, low-intensity self-help intervention, namely the Self-Help+...

Proself and Prosocial Gossip Sequential Prisoners Dilemma Scenario

Terence Dores Cruz
Experimental Study on M-Turk manipulating goals that can be attained through gossip

Kwantitatief onderzoek naar de relatie tussen vermijdingsmotivatie en stress gemodereerd door structuur bij online ondernemers

Dimas Wijckmans & Marieke Roskes

Relation between seismic noise levels and soil fauna

Estefania Velilla
Human activities often impact the sensory environment of organisms. Wind energy turbines are a fast-growing potential source of anthropogenic vibrational noise that can affect soil animals sensitive to vibrations and thereby alter soil community functioning. Larger soil animals, such as earthworms (macrofauna, > 1 cm in size), are particularly likely to be impacted by the low-frequency turbine waves that can travel through soils over large distances. Here we examine the effect of wind turbine-induced vibrational...

WTR, Moral Emotions, and Aggression In TPP

Lei Fan & Joshua Tybur

Overperception of romantic partner's sacrifice costs

Mariko Visserman, Francesca Righetti, Emily Impett, Amy Muise, Paul van Lange, SHaRe Lab & Relationships and Well-Being Lab

Who likes ugly? Understanding the enjoyment of grotesque art

Annika Karinen, Çağla Çınar, Joshua Tybur & Reinout de Vries
Preregistration for Study 2, data, scripts, and materials for 'Who likes ugly? Understanding the enjoyment of grotesque art'

Vermijdingsmotivatie, Planning en Zelfeffectiviteit

Nikki Smulders
Masterthese Nikki Smulders

Social Media and the Well-Being of Adolescents and Young Adults

Benjamin Johnson, Christian Burgers, Tilo Hartmann, Ellen Droog, Amber Boeynaems & Ewa Miedzobrodzka

A meta-analytic database of randomised trials on psychotherapies for depression

Pim Cuijpers, Eirini Karyotaki, Marketa Ciharova, Hisashi Noma, Soledad Quero, Matthijs Oud, Ioannis Michopoulos, Georgia Salanti, Edoardo Ostinelli, Sanae Kishimoto & Akira Onishi
Background. The number of trials on psychotherapies for adult depression is very large and is quickly growing. Because of this large body of knowledge, it is important that the results of these studies are summarized and integrated in meta-analytic studies. More than a decade ago we developed a meta-analytic database of these trials, which was updated yearly through systematic literature searches. Recently, we developed a new version of this meta-analytic database, built on the systems...

A Diary Study about Organizational Gossip

Terence Dores Cruz
Preregistration for "A Diary Study about Organizational Gossip".

A meta-analytic database of randomised trials on psychotherapies for depression

Pim Cuijpers, Eirini Karyotaki, Marketa Ciharova, Hisashi Noma, Soledad Quero & Matthijs Oud
Background. The number of trials on psychotherapies for adult depression is very large and is quickly growing. Because of this large body of knowledge, it is important that the results of these studies are summarized and integrated in meta-analytic studies. More than a decade ago we developed a meta-analytic database of these trials, which was updated yearly through systematic literature searches. Recently, we developed a new version of this meta-analytic database, built on the systems...

An umbrella review of psychological interventions aimed at the prevention and treatment of mental and psychosocial problems of college students

Pim Cuijpers
The college years are a developmentally crucial period for young people in which they make the transition from late adolescence to emerging adulthood (Arnett, 2000). Psychosocial and mental health problems during this phase of life are not only highly prevalent (Auerbach et al., 2018), but they also affect academic functioning (Bruffaerts, 2018) and can have long-term adverse outcomes in later adulthood, including persistent emotional and physical health problems, relationship dysfunction, and labor market marginalization (Scott,...

The impact of climate change, polution and green spaces on mental health: An umbrella review of meta-analyses

Pim Cuijpers
It is unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and land. Widespread and rapid changes in the atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere and biosphere have occurred (IPCC, 2021). There is also considerable evidence that mental health is affected by these climate changes. A recent seminal review describes how mental health is affected by climate change through four different pathways (Clayton, 2021). First, discrete events, such as natural disasters can have a direct impact on mental...

Enhancing ecological integrity while preserving ecosystem services: constructing soft-sediment islands in a shallow lake

Casper Van Leeuwen, Ralph Temmink, Hui Jin, Yvonne Kahlert, Bjorn Robroek, Matty Berg, Leon Lamers, Marloes Van Den Akker, Roel Posthoorn, Annemiek Boosten, Han Olff &
1. Ecosystems are increasingly managed to provide multiple benefits to humans, which often degrades their ecological integrity. This strongly applies to aquatic ecosystems, in which engineering can enhance flood protection, drinking water supply, fisheries and recreation. Although these activities typically increase ecosystem functionality to humans, they often impair key aspects of biodiversity and natural functioning. 2. Classical restoration of such degrading freshwater ecosystems can lead to societal opposition, if returning to a former ecosystem state...

Re-evaluating the relation between pathogen avoidance and preferences for facial symmetry and sexual dimorphism: A registered report

Joshua Tybur, Benedict Jones, Iris Holzleitner, Anthony Lee, Lei Fan & Lisa DeBruine
This project assesses the relations between motivations to avoid pathogens and preferences for facial symmetry and/or facial sexual dimorphism.

Approach motivation & Creativity

Romy van de Geer & Marieke Roskes

The contribution of ‘individual patient data’ meta-analyses of psychotherapies for depression to the development of personalised treatments: A systematic review

Pim Cuijpers & Eirini Karyotaki
“Individual patient data” (IPD) meta-analyses are meta-analyses in which the primary data of the trials are collected and merged into one big datafile with patient-level data. This allows to examine whether patient-level data are associated with the outcomes of therapies, and because the data from multiple trials are combined, they do have sufficient statistical power to examine predictors and moderators of outcome. Individual trials are typically powered to find effects of an intervention, but not...

COVID-19 and Mental Health: An umbrella review of systematic reviews with or without meta-analyses

Anke Witteveen, Susanne Young, Pim Cuijpers, Jose Mateos, Corrado Barbui, Bertolini Federico, Maria Cabello, Naomi Downes, Daniele Franzoi, Michael Gasior, Brandon Gray, David Gunnell, Ann John, Christina Palantza, Marianna Purgato, Judith van der Waerden, Mark van Ommeren, Siyuan Wang & Marit Sijbrandij
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to world-wide human suffering, which may include negative effects on mental health (United Nations, 2020). A great number of research projects have assessed the mental health impacts of COVID-19, which have been integrated into systematic reviews (SRs) with or without meta-analyses (MAs). Although some authors have reported direct and indirect negative effects of COVID-19 on specific mental health problems (e.g., depression or post-traumatic stress symptoms) and elevated generic psychological distress...

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