The Dutch-Flemish Network for Selection Research was founded in 2006 by prof. dr. Marise Ph. Born, Erasmus University Rotterdam and prof. dr. Rob R. Meijer, University of Groningen. They coordinate the network.
The Dutch-Flemish Network for Selection Research aims to promote the quality of research in the field of recruitment and selection psychology in the Netherlands and Flanders, and to increase the visibility of the research on a national and international level. In addition, we aim to bridge the gap between science and practice within this discipline of psychological science.
Our members conduct research in the field of personnel recruitment and selection, but also in the fields of education and sports.
Participation in this network is by invitation. There are about 45 members, varying from academic researchers (including PhD candidates), to academically trained researchers working at (commercial) research organizations.
If you are interested in membership, research collaborations, or information about research projects of our members, please feel free to contact us.
- Erasmus University Rotterdam
– Department of Work and Organizational Psychology (Prof. dr. Marise Born)
- University of Groningen
– Department of Psychometrics and Statistics (prof. dr. Rob Meijer; dr. Susan Niessen)
- VU University Amsterdam
– Department of Experimental and Applied Psychology
– School of Business and Economics
- Ghent University
– Ghent University, Department of Personnel Management, Work and Organizational Psychology (Prof. dr. Eva Derous)
- University of Antwerp
– Department of Training and Education Sciences
- University of Twente
– Department of Educational Science
- University of Amsterdam