Welcome to the website of the Learning and Implicit Processes Lab!
The liplab aims to investigate how and under what conditions basic psychological phenomena such as learning and evaluation take place. A better understanding of these phenomena can have tremendous practical implications, for instance, for our understanding of psychopathology and consumer behavior. Please browse the website to find out more about us and our research!
|24/05/2016||New vacancy for a post-doc position at the lab!|
|19/05/2016||Congratulations to Gaëtan Mertens for the successful completion of his Ph.D.!|
|09/05/2016||Congratulations to Pieter Van Dessel for the successful completion of his Ph.D.!|
|13/11/2015||The methusalem research project has been extended until 31 December 2022!|
|02/10/2015||Congratulations to Dermot Barnes-Holmes for being invited to present the highly prestigious QUAD-L lecture.|
|01/10/2015||Dermot Barnes-Holmes, Yvonne Barnes-Holmes, Ciara McEnteggart , Martin Finn, Colin Harte, Aileen Leech, and Deirdre Kavanagh join the LIP lab.|
|21/09/2015||Congratulations to Niclas Heider for the successful completion of his Ph.D.!|
|07/09/2015||Ama Kissi won the best poster award at the annual congress of the european pain federation (EFIC)!|
|01/09/2015||Ian Hussey joins the LIPlab|
|03/08/2015||Evelyne Debey's paper titled "From junior to senior Pinocchio: A cross-sectional lifespan investigation of deception" got featured in the independent and in "het nieuwsblad" (Belgian newspaper).|
|27/06/2015||The "no pain, no gain" article of Schouppe, Braem, De Houwer, et al. (2015) won the best article of the year award for CABN 2015 by the Psychonomic society!|
|15/06/2015||Congratulations to Marijke Theeuwes for the successful completion of her Ph.D.!|
|04/02/2015||Dermot Barnes-Holmes was awarded an Odysseus grant and will join the lab with his team on 01/10/2015.|