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The goallab consists of a group of experimental psychologists studying the role of goals in social cognition and behavior. The goallab is part of the Social Psychology research program on social-cognitive and interpersonal determinants of behavior, which is accommodated at the department of Psychology at Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

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Jun 24, 2010

Erik Bijleveld was awarded a Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds grant of  €2500 to support his research visit to the University of Chicago.

Apr 6, 2010
Henk Aarts, Wolfgang Stroebe, and Harm Veling were awarded a ZonMw grant of €269,188 for their proposal "Stopping automatic behavior automatically: A new approach to changing unhealthy eating habits".