PSYNC: Working together for mental health

01 July 2018 → 31 December 2025
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Humanities
    • Discourse analysis
  • Social sciences
    • Health psychology
    • Sports psychology
    • Work and organisational psychology
    • Neuroimaging
    • Neuropsychology
    • Counseling psychology
    • Psychoanalysis
    • Psychopathology
    • Psychotherapy
    • Clinical and counseling psychology not elsewhere classified
    • Developmental psychology and ageing not elsewhere classified
    • History of psychology
    • Motivation and emotion
    • Psychological assessment
    • Research methods and experimental design
    • Statistics and data analysis
    • Group and interpersonal processes
    • Behavioural and emotional problems
    • Disabilities and developmental disorders
    • Family support
    • Parenting problems
    • Family studies
    • Parenting support
    • Disability studies
    • Gender, sexuality and education
    • Anthropology of religion
    • Ethnicity and migration studies
    • Social and cultural anthropology
    • Radical and critical sociology, feminist studies
    • Family and household studies
    • Group and interpersonal relations
    • Sociology of gender and gender relations
    • Sociology of health
    • Causes and prevention of crime
    • Punishment and criminal justice
    • Safety, prevention and police
    • Criminal law
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Biological psychiatry
    • Psychotherapy
    • Health promotion and policy
    • Preventive medicine
    • Elderly care
    • Primary health care
    • Sports sciences
    • Neurosciences not elsewhere classified
    • Psychotherapy
Mental health research interdisciplinarity societal impact stakeholder collaboration
Project description

PSYNC represents a new model of interdisciplinary research collaboration. Through improved internal synergy, international visibility, recruitment capacity and a focus on societal impact, PSYNC contributes to a better mental health. The experience and expertise can be located at the level of the consortium: the interplay between coordinator, promotors, research teams and central services, with a crucial role for the coordinator.