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Fuschia Sirois from the Department of Psychology at the University of Sheffield. Her research focuses on the factors that create risk or resilience for physical health, health behaviors, and well-being in vulnerable populations and individuals living with chronic illness. Her research focuses on the role of self-regulation, emotion regulation and personality traits, including procrastination, perfectionism, and self-compassion.
Casper Albers is a statistician, researcher and columnist. He works as a professor in Applied Statistics and Data Visualization at Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Groningen, with main areas of application being environmental and clinical psychology. He has a special interest in science communication and improving scientific practice in general. Together with us, he will explore the faults that can easily be made in statistics, and how we can better engage and deal with presented data. This is particularly relevant during the times of COVID-19, where we are continuously presented with different facts and figures.