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I started my pre-master’s programme at the University of Twente in 2015 after having graduated from the Saxion University of Applied Sciences. This is where I got my Bachelors Degree in Social Legal Services. While some may find my legal background strange, I believe law and psychology are the perfect complement to each. One prescribes the rules of society, the other defines its players. A master in Psychology, Risk and Safety helps me learn more about this relationship while also helping me gain practical knowledge on doing research.
I would call myself more of a generalist instead of an expert in a certain subject, but I do take a personal interest in geopolitics and peoples voting behavior. I therefore hope to do more in this domain in the future.
During my 10-week internship I am writing a report on the possible ways of measuring stress in the field using a range of psychophysiological markers like Heart Rate Variability and Electrodermal Response. Research has shown that measuring stress in the field is difficult due to a range of external variables, my job is to delve into the literature to see what other researchers have done to account for these external variables and what the possible ways to measure stress are.
Assistant-teacher at the Saxion University of Applied Sciences.