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 mental health of the general population and clinical populations, focusing in particular on the role of stress, resilience and well-being.
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- Coordinator module Mental Health (B2)
- Teaching research methods and research project (B2)
- Supervising bachelor and master theses (B3 & M)