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Meet Jannis Dupuis!

Why did you decide to do the IDA Master?

Because of the flexibility to explore different domains surrounding Psychology.

Looking at the schedule, which course excites you the most and why?

I am most excited for the Dynamics of Individual Differences course as I am interested in discovering how individualized interventions are applied.

Do you experience stress/pressure in your studies? How do you deal with it?

I do experience periods of stress in my studies. I stay physically active as well as read a lot about subjects not related to the course such as food travelling.

How can your knowledge from the IDA Master be useful for the real world?

It can help me become a more holistic social scientist able to purse a PhD in the Clinical Psychology field resulting in providing adequate therapy based on scientific research.

Why do you think it is important to study what you study?

Because, in individualistic societies, more and more individuals are afraid to reach out for help concerning their mental health. Further developing the literature concerning Psychology and mental health, is a great way to make it more attainable to the general public.

What is the most fascinating thing you have learned?

I have learned that we need to develop more data collection techniques such as the N-of-1 trial to personalize treatments

What motivates you to keep studying?

My fellow cohort members. We have a great community within the program.

How are you experiencing the relationship with your teachers?

They have all been exceptionally fascinating considering their work and have pushed me to go beyond my limits and become a better social scientist.

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