Mirjam Radstaak is Assistant Professor at the department of Psychology, Health and Technology. In 2016 she received her PhD at the Radboud University Nijmegen for her thesis: ‘Recovery from stress: the role of perseverative cognition, affect and demanding shift work’. Her current research focuses on the use of technology for improving mental health. Her areas of expertise:
- Positive Technology
- Virtual reality
- Radstaak, M., Geurts, S. A. E., Brosschot, J. F., Cillessen, A. H., Kompier, M. A. J. (2011). The role of affect and rumination in cardiovascular recovery from stress. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 81, 234 – 244.
- Radstaak, M., Geurts, S. A. E., Beckers, D. G. J., Brosschot, J. F., Kompier, M. A. J. (2014). Recovery and well-being among Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) pilots. Applied Ergonomics, 45, 986 -993.
- Radstaak, M., Geurts, S. A. E., Brosschot, J. F., Kompier, M. A. J. (2014). Music and psychophysiological recovery from stress. Psychosomatic Medicine, 76, 529 – 537.
- Radstaak, M., Geurts, S. A. E., Beckers, D. G. J., Brosschot, J. F., Kompier, M. A. J. (2014). Work stressors, perseverative cognition and objective sleep quality: A longitudinal study among Dutch rescue helicopter pilots. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 56, 469 – 477.
- De Bloom, J., Radstaak, M., Geurts, S. A. E., (2014). Vacation effects on behaviour, cognition and emotions of compulsive and non-compulsive workers: Do obsessive workers go ‘cold turkey’? Stress and Health, 30, 232 – 243.
UT Research Information System
- Coordinator module Mental Health (B2)
- Teaching research methods and research project (B2)
- Supervising bachelor and master theses (B3 & M)