Traffic Psychology and Sustained Mobility

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

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Deze opleiding

!Deze opleiding communiceert alleen in het Engels.
We tonen daarom de Engelstalige opleidingsinformatie.
Modern life and society require people to stay mobile. This master equips you with the knowledge & skills to study human behaviour in traffic and to conceive of interventions that keep people mobile.

How do we manage to process all the information that we are bombarded with in busy traffic? How do we master driving a car, a task that is very complex at first but later can be so boring that we fall asleep behind the steering wheel? Why do we think we can send a text message while cycling (while others cannot)? And if we grow old, how can we take care we can still get from A to B ourselves? Is a shocking campaign more effective than a more neutral one? Can we do anything against road rage? What is the effect of ecstasy on driving behaviour? And is driving with a personality disorder safe?

These are questions we try to answer in Traffic Psychology.

This programme makes you an expert in this field. Different disciplines cover the broad theme of mobility and offer courses that examine social perspectives, that consider how a decline in the ability to process information affects mobility, and that focus on the clinical effects of ageing (e.g. dementia). A practical course element provides hands-on training using state-of-the-art assessment techniques and instruments. This will enable you to acquire the skills you will need in the applied and research field, e.g. for assessment in the field and in advanced driving simulators.

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locatieGroningen
diplomaMSc Psychologie
typeregulier, 60 EC
start1 februari, 1 september
taalvolledig English
opleidingsduur12 maanden voltijd
accreditatiesNVAO
croho-code60260
heeft geen numerus fixus
geen honoursprogramma

Waarom aan de Rijksuniversiteit?

Only after completing this Master's programme you can truly claim to be a Traffic Psychologist. We acquire clinical and experimental skills to promote healthy ageing and help the elderly retain their mobility. Experienced researchers will help you gain hands-on experience with advanced techniques and instruments, such as driving simulators.

Studieprogramma

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opbouw
Information courses master Psychology: http://www.rug.nl/ocasys/gmw/vak/showpos?opleiding=4561&iflang=EN.
...and scroll to the bottom of that page

"Traffic Psychology" is the starting course giving basis. "Factors influencing mobility" is about preventing a reduction in mobility. A skills course is the 3rd specific master course that includes programming of the driving simulator and performing a small experiment. To broaden the master you can select courses from experimental psychology; cognitive psychology, and/or courses from social psychology; environmental psychology. A methodological course and a master's thesis complete the programme
periode
Traffic Psychology: central in this course is human behaviour in traffic, and road safety.
Factors influencing mobility. Central in this course: An overview of factors that have an effect on mobility and driving in particular.
Evaluating driving behaviour and fitness to drive
Cognitive Psychology, Theory and Applications (PSMCB-2) aangeraden vak onderzoek
Environmental Psychology (PSMB-2) aangeraden vak
Methodology course: choice between Multivariate Models (PSMM-5) and Repeated Measures (PSMM-2)
Master's thesis afstuderen

Onderwijs

taal van onderwijs100% en
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group assignment, lecture, individual assignment, practicum
teachers
Kijk in de studiegids (www.rug.nl/gmw/studiegidsen) voor contactgegevens en spreekuren van docenten.
study guidance
Our academic advisors provide more detailed information about our programmes and give advice to prospective students, students who are enrolled in one of our programmes, and alumni.
You can turn to them with questions about the programme itself, study planning, choosing courses/minors, enrollment, rules and regulations that apply to a programme, following courses at other faculties, studying abroad.
Do not hesitate to make an appointment with your academic advisor. You can arrange for a meeting by phone (+31 50 363 6301, student service desk)
Please also check our online information system: www.rug.nl/gmw/questionandanswer. Often, you are not the first person to have a particular question, and the online information system may already have an answer for you.

The Traffic Psychology staff works together and has close contacts with TNO Human Factors (Soesterberg), NLR Dutch aerospace, Visio, several consultancies (Goudappel, Royal HaskoningDHV). Abroad: SRH Hospital Karlsbad, Germany; University of Regensburg, Germany; ITS University of Leeds, UK; German Aerospace Center – DLR, Germany; Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute – VTI, Sweden; Centro Ricerche Fiat, Italy; University of Tsukuba, Japan, Japan Automobile Research Institute, and many many more. It is possible to complete your master's thesis work there.

Toelating en studiekosten

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startmomenten

1 februari 2018
aanmelding deadline : 15 november 2017
collegegeld nog niet bekend
1 september 2017
aanmelding deadline : 1 mei 2017
wettelijk tarief : € 2006
instellingstarief : € 2006
niet-EU/EER studenten : € 14200
1 september 2018
aanmelding deadline : 1 mei 2018
collegegeld nog niet bekend

The admission requirements depend on the prior education. For a full description of admission requirements, application procedure and admission procedure, please consult Admission requirements.




toelatingseisen

werk naast de opleiding (duaal)

aanvullende vakeisen
Applicants should have qualifications that justify the expectation of successful completion of the programme in due time. These qualifications include knowledge and experience in relevant theories, statistics and experience with statistical software packages. Please be aware of our high level of statistics during the bachelor psychology programme and subsequent to this the required high level of statistics in our master Psychology programme.

taaltoets
Voor Engelstalige tracks moeten studenten met een hbo-opleiding of een buitenlandse vooropleiding voldoen aan de taaleisen. Zie: http://www.rug.nl/gmw/psychology/education/switch-modules/taaleisen.

vooropleiding
Toelating is mogelijk voor

  • Studenten die de bacheloropleiding Psychologie aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen volgen of gevolgd hebben (onvoorwaardelijke toelating). Zie voor de deadlines en procedure: http://tinyurl.com/omvub7l
  • Studenten die een bacheloropleiding Psychologie aan een andere Nederlandse universiteit volgen of gevolgd hebben (drempelloos, na toestemming toelatingscommissie)
  • Studenten die een andere (universitaire) bacheloropleiding volgen of gevolgd hebben. Hieronder vallen ook hbo-studenten die de opleiding Toegepaste psychologie volgen of gevolgd hebben (met pre-master)

De toelatingscommissie baseert toelating en eventueel aanvullende pre-master van externe studenten op basis van vooropleiding.
Deadline aanmelding: 15 november (voor start op 1 februari) en 1 mei (voor start op 1 september).

Kijk voor meer informatie over de toelatingsprocedure op:
http://www.rug.nl/gmw/psychology/education/switch-modules.

Let op: hbo-studenten die een andere opleiding volgen of gevolgd hebben dan (toegepaste) psychologie worden niet toegelaten tot de masteropleiding of de pre- master. Een aanvraag tot toelating zal niet in behandeling worden genomen.

motivatiebrief
Afhankelijk van vooropleiding:

  • Studenten die de bacheloropleiding Psychologie aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen volgen of gevolgd hebben (onvoorwaardelijke toelating) melden zich via Progreswww aan. Zie voor de deadlines en procedure: http://tinyurl.com/omvub7l.
  • Studenten die een andere bacheloropleiding in Nederland hebben gevolgd melden zich aan via http://www.studielink.nl. Als je per 1 februari 2017 wil starten selecteer je in Studielink eerst "Psychologie (Master, Nederlandstalig)" of "Psychologie (Master, Engelstalig)" van de drop-downlijst met studies.

Als je per 1 september 2017 wil starten selecteer je in Studielink direct de mastertrack: “Psychologie:………….” of “Psychology: ……....”.
Studenten die in het buitenland een vooropleiding hebben gevolgd melden zich aan via de procedure die geldt voor internationale studenten, zie http://www.rug.nl/masters/psychology-en/admission-and-application
Kijk voor meer informatie bij het betreffende masterprogramma. Heb je nog vragen, neem dan contact op via: studieadvies.psy@rug.nl.

estimated monthly costs

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303kamerhuur in Groningenrond het landelijk gemiddelde
22internet+tv
152boodschappen/kostgeld
32telefoon
117verzekeringen
158collegegeldop basis van € 1906 per jaar
80studieboeken en -spullen
29drinken/snoep/snacks
77uiterlijkkleding, kapper, schoenen
30contributies/abonnementen
132vrije tijdstappen, uit eten, vakantie
42vervoernaast de OV-kaart
45overig

€ 1171totale maandelijkse uitgaven landelijk gemiddelde is € 1181
Hiernaast staat een overzicht van de gemiddelde kosten die een uitwonende student heeft. Niet iedere student heeft met iedere kostenpost te maken. Het totaalgemiddelde is dus niet gelijk aan de optelsom van alle kostenposten.

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Studenten en studentenleven

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51% daarvan is vrouw
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studievereniging

VIP
The study association for Psychology in Groningen is the VIP. With over 2300 members and 160 active members they are the largest and perhaps also the most social study association of Groningen.
Throughout the year VIP organizes various activities related to your studies, like for example, lectures, workshops, an exchange week and conferences. You can also order your study books at a discount through the VIP. In addition, there is plenty of attention for the social side with drinks and parties.

Op kamers in Groningen

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aan het woord: studenten en docenten

Tanja Nagel
I really like the lectures and the professors. They're always well-prepared and great fun to listen to.

I'm an exchange student from Jena in Germany. I'm studying here for one semester. I really wanted to come to the Netherlands because of the outstanding psychology research that is being done here. Also, unlike in some other countries, universities here offer a wide range of English-taught courses.

Groningen appealed to me in particular because it seemed very much like Jena. Not too big a city, but very beautiful, and dynamic too, because of the many students who live here. The city has definitely met my expectations. I like it a lot!
The same goes for the University of Groningen...
I have to do more reading here than at the University of Jena. But I don't mind, I actually enjoy it. The subject matter is very interesting and reading a lot really helps you get into the topics.
I also really like the lectures and the professors. They're always well-prepared and are clearly comfortable in front of the class, which makes them great fun to listen to.
The most interesting course unit I took here in Groningen was in Traffic Psychology. It was only attended by a few people, but the professor was great and the subject matter was fascinating. I would love to do something related to Traffic Psychology for my Master's placement, addressing questions like what distracts people when they're driving, and what can be done about it?
I'm not quite sure what I want to do after my Master's. I think a traineeship would be a good start, maybe at a consulting firm, preferably a small one. But I'll be studying for at least another year, so luckily there's still time to figure it out.


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Ritwik Swain
 I liked it that various aspects of psychology can be found in traffic psychology, from clinical to social

I have always been interested in transport and infrastructure. I always wondered why there are so many differences in the design of traffic junctions, motorways or entry ways between countries. Also, deaths on the road are still one of the leading causes of deaths in the world, which is somewhat strange because most of them are avoidable. By doing research we can find out how to make sure there will no longer be any accidents.

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I liked it that various aspects of psychology can be found in traffic psychology, from clinical to social. We had, for example, a lecture about how to judge whether people with Alzheimer’s are still capable of driving. You do not want to take away their licence when they are still capable because it reduces their mobility; on the other hand, you do not want to risk people’s lives by letting people on the road who are incapable. We also had courses about how to influence people’s behaviour, for example how to get people to wear seatbelts, to not drink while driving or to stick to the speed limit. We also looked at how you should design roads that are easy to drive or cycle on.
Currently I am doing an internship at the Dutch Institution for Road Safety Research (SWOV). I am working on two research projects there, one about how vulnerable road users (pedestrians and cyclists) react to self-driving cars and the other one is a study on helmet wearing behaviour among cyclists in The Netherlands and other European countries.
I cannot think of a better place to study traffic psychology than Groningen. All the knowledge and resources are there. Groningen is really famous in the traffic world, because it is the world cycling city and an example for the rest of the world in that area.


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Tessa Witteveen
Stichting Bevordering Verkeerseducatie (SBV), an organization in Friesland.

I work at Stichting Bevordering Verkeerseducatie (SBV), an organization in Friesland that aims to improve road safety by education. We provide courses and workshops to various target groups, all of which are about the behaviour of road users. Using WhatsApp on your bike, for instance, is a hot topic for the young, as are the use of alcohol and drugs in traffic.As a psychologist, I help develop the courses and measure their effectiveness.I started my career as a child neuropsychologist..

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As it was a part-time job, I looked for another job on the side, which is how I ended up at the SBV. And to my surprise I discovered I enjoyed the work here much more.

There's a lot of variety to it: one day I'm doling out cake to old ladies on a mobility scooter course and the next I'm in a meeting with the local government. And I also have the freedom to take the initiative. If I have an idea for a new project I can present it to the local government and then carry it out while in the health sector, it's more about following a fixed schedule.

When developing course materials and questionnaires I use the theories that we dealt with during my studies. I also often use the research and analyses techniques that I learnt when studying psychology. The Master's programme in Traffic Psychology didn't exist when I was a student. Now that I have gained some experience in traffic psychology I definitely think that I would have enjoyed the programme.

This area of psychology is also interesting for those who don't want to go into health care but have more affiliation with social issues, influencing behaviour and government policy. It is also relatively new: road safety used to be more about technology and infrastructure.

Currently, however, it is becoming clear that road safety largely depends on human behaviour. That means traffic psychology plays an ever-increasing role in the development of government policy. If you choose study Traffic Psychology you specialise in a field that is increasingly in demand, but for which there are few specific programmes.


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Ilse Harms
My work is about the development of Smart Mobility, devices that give support when participating in traffic, for example when driving.

During my study in psychology I decided to specialize in traffic psychology. I liked that it was an applied field in which you could actually help people, without a daily dose of heavy personal drama. I think it is interesting that you can stimulate certain behaviour in people by organizing the environment in a certain way.People's behaviour in traffic is very dependent on the way a road is organized. When you make a road narrower, people will automatically drive slower..

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For instance, when a road authority had a problem with a junction where a lot of accidents occurred, they came to us for advice. We would investigate what was going on and advised them on what had to change in order to make it safer.
After a couple of years I switched jobs to work for Rijkswaterstaat (the Dutch Department of Waterways and Public Works). This way I could experience what it was like to be the client instead of the contractor. It also enabled me to do a PhD. Now I work for a programme called Connecting Mobility, whilst doing a PhD at the same time.

My work is about the development of Smart Mobility, devices that give support when participating in traffic, for example when driving. This can vary from traffic information on your smartphone to self-driving cars. In the Netherlands, there are a lot of different parties involved in this and we bring them together and try to speed up and facilitate the developments.

I really love my job. It is very diverse; one day I'm writing an article based on a literature review, the other I'm consulting with the Dutch AA or am I chairing a meeting. I still use the things I learned during my study on a daily basis, especially when interpreting the psychological processes with regard to behaviour in traffic.

There is a shortage of traffic psychologists in the Netherlands. In civil engineering awareness increases that it is also important to look at people's behaviour when constructing roads. That's why there are more and more jobs available for people who are knowledgeable on traffic and behaviour.


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Matthijs Dicke
Working as a traffic psychologist at Goudappel Coffeng, a consultancy bureau in the traffic and transportation field.

When I studied Psychology the official Master's degree in 'Traffic Psychology' did not exist yet. I specialised in Experimental Psychology, which is about human behaviour. For example, about how people perceive and process information, and how much they can remember. You can apply this knowledge in traffic, as well.

After my studies, I did a PhD. I examined the best ways to present  travel information along side the road...
Here I deal with specific problems in traffic and I try, by looking at human behaviour, to solve these problems. I also try to find ways to make people consider other ways of transportation than cars, so they do not end up in traffic jams.
We are commissioned by, for example, local governments. It happens quite often that engineers build smart things, but forget that there are people who have to deal with their solutions. I make sure that the solutions of the engineers are also effective.
I really like my job. It is an incredibly varied job, one day I make offers/tenders to secure assignments from clients and the other I am attending an expert session where I state what I think should be changed in a certain traffic situation. I regularly stand on a roundabout or drive on a motorway to see what makes it dangerous. I also work on programmes that stimulate people to take public transport or the bicycle instead of their car.
There is a lot of work in this field, which became very important during the past five years. People are starting to find out that it is also very important to take a human factors perspective. I still use a lot from what I learned during my studies. I learned to set up and perform research very well. A lot of people complain that there is so much emphasis on statistics at the University of Groningen, but to be honest, I am very happy about that now.


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Tineke Hof
Researcher in behaviour modification at TNO

During my studies I specialized in two fields, Social Psychology and Work Psychology. I did my final research project at the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). There I got the chance to apply both fields in practice.

I examined the acceptance of the then very innovative ‘traffic jam assistant’ for in the car. It warns people before they run into a traffic jam and takes care of some of the driving tasks...
I ended up at a department that focusses on examining and inventing new ways to change and influence people’s (travel) behaviour. We examine how, with the help of positive incentives, we could make sure that people would choose another means of transport in the city than the car, for example with the help of special applications.
I still apply the knowledge I gained during my studies on a daily basis in my work. Not only because I research people’s behaviour in interaction with new technology, but also because I use the methods and skills that I learned during my studies. Making a research project become visible and real on the basis of a research question, a target audience and doing experiments are part of this.
Traffic psychology is very dynamic, especially because in the past years there has been much more attention for the changing of people’s behaviour in traffic. When constructing a new infrastructure or developing new technology it is important to know which measures really change the behaviour of people. This means that there are a lot of job opportunities for traffic psychology students.


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Traffic Psychology and Sustained Mobility aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen is beoordeeld door 129 respondenten. Gemiddeld waarderen ze de opleiding met 3.8 uit 5.

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Beroepsperspectief / arbeidsmarkt

There is demand in society for people with this Master's qualification. Students who complete the course can expect to find a job in the following areas:
health-care mobility advice, traffic psychology & mobility research institutes (e.g. TNO), automotive industry, commercial or governmental consultancy, human Factors consultancy or they can study for a PhD in this field.
current job market

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Contact

Onderwijsvoorlichting
E: studiekiezers@rug.nl
T: 050-3639011
Dick de Waard

Coordinator master programme Traffic Psychology and Sustained Mobility

E: d.de.waard@rug.nl
T: 050 363 6761
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