20 December 2018
We would like to wish all of you a merry Christmas and a happy new year! We hope the upcoming year will be filled with joy and many Labyrint activities. The board will be on Sine regno till January 12th. That means the week of January 7th Board 71 will get to be nostalgic and take over. They’ll be at your service daily from eleven till three o’clock. Christmas hugs and kisses from Board 72!
04 June 2018
We are beyond excited to welcome you to our 14th edition of the Mind the Brain Symposium: BrainTech - Advances in Neurotherapy!
Neuroscience and technology have only recently been combined into the field of neurotechnology. This area of research is developing very fast and is a promising new player in the field of therapeutics. Various techniques, such as Brain Computer Interfaces, Deep Brain Stimulation, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation or Virtual Reality are being widely investigated and used as neurotechnological therapies for several neurological diseases.
18 May 2018
Exams are coming up and we are here to help you out! You can get the summaries from SlimStuderen in our common room (SA55)! We are selling the following English summaries:
22 March 2018
The summaries from SlimStuderen.nl for the courses of the third block are available in our common room (SA55)! This block there are only dutch summaries available, but there will be english summaries from block 4. As a member of Labyrint you get 15% discount when you buy them in our common room (SA55) and you do not have to pay for delivery costs!
06 February 2018
Together with all Psychology Study Associations in the Netherlands, Stichting Studieverenigingen Psychologie Nederland (SSPN) has organised the National Psychology Congress on the 23rd of February. This year, diverse themes will be highlighted in the form of TED Talks. The congress will be opened by Work and Organisational Psychology professor Kilian Wawoe. Following the opening, three subjects will be discussed: Forensic Psychology by Vivienne de Vogel, Clinical Psychology by Haza Rahim, and The newest technological developments in psychological research by Peter Slijkhuis.