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|Thèmes de recherche:||Social thermoregulation, Attachment theory, Grounded cognition, Replicability, Open science|
Hans IJzerman is an associate professor in Social Psychology. He is mostly interested in how social relationships are organized around processes of body temperature regulation (more easily referred to as social thermoregulation). IJzerman completed his doctorate from 2008-2010 at Utrecht University under the supervision of Gün Semin and Dov Cohen and has worked as an assistant professor in social and clinical psychology at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam and Tilburg University. Throughout the years, he has done multiple research visits abroad (at the University of Virginia, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and Pontifícia Universidade Católica, São Paulo) and has served as an ambassador for the Center for Open Science. IJzerman is the founder of the In-Mind Foundation, which was awarded the Service to the Field Award by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology in 2016. IJzerman was designated as a Rising Star in Psychological Science by the Association for Psychological Science in 2015. He is currently an associate editor at Social Psychology and Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. His lab website can be found here. The blog of the lab can be found here. You can find our scientific publications on PsyArxiv and our data and materials on the OSF. If you are interested in how we conduct research, you can read our lab philosophy or visit our OSF Workspace.