New study – new conference – new poster
Building upon the quanlitative studies we have conducted thus far, we decided to opt for a quantitative design to test our results that we found up until now. That is why we started constructing a survey study in cooperation with Miranda Trippenzee at the department of health psychology at the University Medical Center in Groningen […]
Well-being Resources for Students in Times of COVID-19
As a small thank you for the participation in our current survey study, we wanted to provide students a resources PDF with some tips and tricks to maintain one’s psychological well-being despite COVID. Here, you can find some resources here on how to cope with a pandemic in general, one’s lifestyle, and how to study […]
Poster Presentation at the ICO International Spring School 2021
This week, I attended the International Spring School, which should already have taken place last year in person, but, unfortunately, had to be rescheduled and put into an online context. In this framework, I presented the current status of our project on student well-being and resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Netherlands and our […]
Already in our first paper, Raven Rinas and I were focusing on the interaction of teacher and student well-being and found that both of them are interacting. The lesson is clear: When I am well as a teacher, they will be better off as well. This is why teacher well-being is also of high relevance […]
Student Well-being During COVID-19
We are currently still interviewing our participants on issues surrounding student well-being during this COVID-19 period, how their well-being has been affected, which role the learning environment plays herein, and which aspects helped them through these times. As a small sneak preview, we want to present our study timeline, placing the four times of measurement […]
Our first publication is online!
It’s official, our first publication on the interaction between student and teacher well-being at the university is online, published at Frontiers in Psychology! Want to give it a read? You can find the open access publication at https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.578378/full
“If They Struggle, I Cannot Sleep Well Either” – first results
Raven and I worked on a small presentation for our department on our paper on perceptions and interactions surrounding university student and teacher well-being. Want to have a first look?
Times have changed…
…and so has our research project. Just like the rest of Europe, we work in home office, and cope with the cancellation of various conferences we would have taken part in. Like that, we are taking social distancing seriously and trying to get everything done from the kitchen/living room table. Doable! The current situation made […]
Talking About Well-Being in Higher Education – officially pre-registered
The very first study of our project ‘Enhancing student’s resilience’ is now officially pre-registered. You can find the study’s registration on https://osf.io/vu9jp ! What is the first study about in detail? Students show substantially higher prevalence for mental health problems than the general community samples. However, the academic environment can also have a positive impact […]
Follow the project on twitter!
Lisa has now finally arrived in the 21st century, we proudly present: The research project is on twitter! Feel free to follow @KiltzLisa