All interested students and staff are invited to a panel discussion on radicalization, cartoon controversies, and balancing security and civil liberties. The event will held Wednesday, 4 February 2015, from 15:00 to 17:00 in room S.B45 of the Pieter de la Court building.
Children learn how to control and slow down their own behaviour at an early age. This important skill initially requires a lot of brain activity, but becomes more and more efficient as they grow older and become adolescents, concludes PhD candidate Margot Schel.
The oxytocin hormone is recognized as a potential medicine to treat mothers suffering from postpartum depression, but Beth Mah has discovered that this substance can produce negative as well as positive results. Her PhD defence takes place on 7 January 2015.