Well-being and our brain

In todays episode we have a conversation with Prof. Erik Scherder. He is a Dutch professor of neuropsychology affiliated with the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam (VU) and professor of Movement Sciences at the University of Groningen. We discuss the importance of physical activity in correlation to our well-being, as well as its long-term importance. Besides being an interesting talk, Prof. Erik Scherder also encourages you to do something new. Wondering why? Then listen now via the play button!

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Well-being and our brain
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How we see well-being

What are different perspectives on the issue of mental well-being? A talk with a professor Floortje Scheepers (her main line of research is: innovation in medical health care) and a student of the GSLS Lieke Gol, who studies on the programme “Biology of Disease” and works in a lab at the “Experimental Neurology” department of the UMCU hospital.

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How we see well-being
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Introducing “Well-Being Series”

This is the introduction episode to the “Student Well-Being Series” of the Radio Life Sciences (RLS). The podcast series will consist of five episodes. Meet our hosts – prof. Harold van Rijen and Eveline Kallenberg, MSc. They introduce themselves, share their personal stories and explain, why addressing the topic of student well-being is especially relevant nowadays. Stay tuned for the five core in-depth episodes in the upcoming weeks!

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Introducing "Well-Being Series"
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