ABCT Gold Challenge – EPP Lab Utrecht

Our lab recently participated in the ABCT Gold Challenge. The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) invented this challenge to raise money to support students, by funding a Student Travel Award and a Student Research Grant. The CLEP lab in Leuven challenged us to make a video. You can see the result down below:


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