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Explore and understand individuals, relations, and organisations

Social and Organisational Psychology

Obtain insight in the most important theories in the field of social and organisational psychology

All courses are taught in English. Below you will find an overview of the courses with a short description. More information about each course can be found in the study guide.

Overview courses

  • Evolutionary Psychology

    This course shows students how to explain human behavior from an evolutionary perspective. During the course we will use this perspective to explain sexuality, cooperation, parenting, aggression, and cognition. The course consists of lectures and students will also do several assignments to practice evolutionary theorizing.

  • M&D3: Individual and Organizational Diagnosis

    In general, the primary aim of this course is to provide insight into the key tools and methods that can be used to assess individuals, groups, and organizations and to be able to translate such an assessment into relevant actions or interventions.

  • Human Resource Management

    Find out how organizations can tailor their HR practices to their (strategic) needs.

  • S&O Professional Skills

    This course will help you orientate on the workfield of social and organizational psychology, develop your professional skills (e.g., networking, presenting), and assist in your personal development.

  • Group Dynamics

    In this course we explore the ways in which individuals shape group processes and, in turn, how groups shape individual behaviour. We will look at the psychological functions of groups and when groups work (and when they do not) for their members. We look at the many implications of group dynamic theories for understanding the functioning of groups, teams, organizations, and communities, of which we are all members.

  • Statistics 3 (2nd semester)

    6 EC, period 4

  • B-thesis (2nd semester)

    12 EC, period 4-5