During Kuddegedrag en ander menselijks (formerly known as ASPO Blits), fifteen social psychologists tell about their newest research findings. The timing is fixed: everyone presents 20 slides which are shown on screen for exactly 20 seconds. This results in smooth and exiting presentations!
The first Kuddegedrag en ander menselijks was held in Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht. The fifteen quick presentations covered themes such as why some anti-discrimination campagnes are effective and others not, what an earthquake does to people, how computer-controlled training can help us eat healthy and what circumstances determine our creative thinking.
Kuddegedrag en ander menselijks includes both Dutch and English presentations and is accessible for anyone who is interested in social psychological research.