Prof. Olivier Klein

Olivier Klein teaches social psychology at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), where he heads the centre for social and intercultural psychology as a full Professor. He also teaches part-time at UMons. He obtained his PhD degree at ULB and did a BAEF post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Minnesota. His research topics include conspiracy theories, responses to misinformation, intergroup conflict, social stereotypes, collective memory and sexual objectification. He is co-editor of the International Journal of Social Psychology and maintains a general interest blog in the field of social psychology (source)
He has published more than 150 papers, and is the author of 3 books.


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1. A formal presentation with Dr Julia Eberlen
What are preprints?
2. A discussion about the use of preprint for researchers with Prof Olivier Klein
  • Are pre-prints taking more place in academia?
  • Are preprints more suited to certain disciplines or types of publication?
  • What are the differences between platforms of preprints?
  • What are the risks and advantages as a reader? and as a writer? how to alleviate them?
  • Is it valued in academia (eg: resume)?