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Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

Navigating a complex world

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How do narcissistic leaders emerge and perform?

Donald Trump and Boris Johnson are known for creating quite some political chaos. Still there seems to be no end to their self-confidence and belief in their own abilities. Very typical behavior for leaders with narcissistic personality traits, says Barbara Nevicka.

Human emotional vocalisations: learned or innate?

In a classic ‘nature versus nurture’ study, social psychology researcher Disa Sauter explores whether people can recognise emotions from the sounds deaf people make when they express their feelings.

Does independent mobility help children knowing their cities better?

When we travel from A to B we are exposed to our physical environments. This can influence how we feel about our cities, especially in times when we seem to increasingly live in social and spatial bubbles. How is this for children in Dutch cities?
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