Monday to Thursday
Elise Seip obtained her Research Master in Cognitive Science at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) in 2007. She completed her dissertation research on desire for revenge and factors influencing revenge in 2016 at the UvA. Currently she works as an assistant professor at the Social, Economic and Organizational Psychology department. In addition, she is a scientific expert at the Knowledge Centre Psychology and Economic Behaviour.
Her current research focusses on the influence of a negative financial situation on perception, emotion (i.e. shame), and decision-making. Moreover, she aims to contribute to the development of effective interventions in order to help people get out of a negative financial situation.
- Emotions and (Ir)Rationality in Economic Behaviour
- Perspective on Career Planning
- Master thesis supervision
- Bachelor Project
- 2011 - Nederlandse Vereniging voor Psychonomie (NVP) for a research visit at Duke University, Durham, US.
- 2011 - European Association of Social Psychology (EASP) for a research visit at Duke University, Durham, US.
- 2008 - Càtedra el Cervell Social -Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona for a conference visit and presentation
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