The main interest of the research is directed towards three areas of central importance to the understanding of social thinking: bias, coping and stereotypes.
The purpose of the group is to promote forensically relevant research by for example promoting interaction among researchers with an interest in forensic psychology.
The network consists of a group of researchers and associates dedicated to the scientific study of unusual but not pathological experiences and events, including reputed paprapsychological phenomena.
The research within the network is mainly focused on team sports and on psychological aspects of excercising.
For more information on the network's current research contact:
Last modified 12 Mar 2013