Teaching

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Full courses:

  • Consumer Behavior and Economic Decision-Making (2016-2017) to MSc students (coordination, lecturing, and examining of 65 students, VU, the Netherlands).
  • Work & Health (2016-2017) to MSc students (coordination, lecturing, and examining of 102 students, VU, the Netherlands).
  • Group Dynamics (2016-2017) to 3rd year BSc students (coordination, lecturing, and examining of 111 students, VU, the Netherlands).
  • Professional Skills (2016-2017) to BSc students (Seminars for up to 30 people, VU, the Netherlands)
  • Psychology (2016-2017) to BSc students (Seminars for up to 30 people, VU, the Netherlands)
  • Social Psychology (2014-2015) to BSc psychology students from King’s College, Queens’ College, and Sydney-Sussex College (Bi-weekly supervisions in groups of 2 or 3 students, Psychology department, University of Cambridge, UK)
  • Sports Psychology (2012-2013) to movement science and coaching students (Seminars for up to 25 people, Cumbria University, UK)
  • Social Psychology (2012-2013) to BSc psychology students (Seminars for up to 25 people, Quality of teaching evaluation: 4.3/5; Lancaster University, UK)
  • Statistics (2012-2013) to BSc psychology students (Practicals for up to 50 people, Lancaster University, UK)

Other teaching experience:

  • Supervisor of 8 MSc students (MSc thesis), VU, the Netherlands (2016-2017)
  • Supervisor of 7 Research Master students (Research Project 1), VU, the Netherlands (2016-2017)
  • Lecture “Use of Technology for the Prevention and Detection of Deception” for the MSc “Emotions, Credibility and Deception”, University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), Preston, UK (2015)
  • Two MOOC e-lectures, “Prospect Theory” and “Heuristics and Social Persuasion” , part of the online course “Economics of Cybersecurity” by Delft University and Cambridge, UK (2014)
  • Demo “Using technology to detect deception” during two Open Days at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK (2014)
  • Invited e-lecture “Nonverbal mimicry and deception” for the MSc “Emotions, Credibility and Deception”, University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), UK (2014)
  • Lecture “Self-deception” for the Security course which is part of the MSc Computer Science at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK (2014)
  • Daily supervisor of a Master’s thesis (2012), co-supervised with Prof. Ellen Giebels (University of Twente, The Netherlands) and Prof. Paul Taylor (Lancaster University, UK & University of Twente, The Netherlands). Student graduated with grade 9 (out of 10) and received the second place in faculty wide thesis contest.
  • Forensic Psychology to A-level students, Taster Days Lancaster University, UK (2011-2012)
  • College advisor for undergraduate psychology students at Lancaster University, UK (2011-2012)