I am currently a PhD candidate in the research group ‘Work, Health, and Performance’, located within the Behavioural Science Institute at Radboud University (supervised by Madelon van Hooff & Erik Bijleveld). In my research, I look at the decision whether to continue engaging with one’s main task (e.g. working, studying) or to interact with one’s smartphone instead from a motivational perspective. To do so, I use a mix of lab experiments and experience sampling designs.
More generally, I am interested in computational theories on human motivation and decision making. I am also committed to the Open Science Movement and preregister all of my confirmatory studies.
MSc in Work & Organizational Psychology (cum laude), 2015
BSc in Psychology, 2014
University of Groningen