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2023 Fifth International Conference Neurotechnologies and Neurointerfaces (CNN), 18-20 september.2023

Корякина М. М., Агранович О. Е., Bermúdez-Margaretto B. et al.

IEEE, 2023.

A nexus of neural mechanisms of cooperation and social conformity: Toward a Neuro-Сultural Interdependence Model
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Godovanets A., Монахова Э., Комягинская Е. Ш. et al.

Psychology. Journal of the Higher School of Economics. 2024.

Book chapter
Psychological Aspects of Face-To-Face Versus Computer-Mediated Interpersonal Communication: An Integrative Review

Elina Tsigeman, Larisa Mararitsa, Olga Gundelah et al.

In bk.: Social Computing and Social Media.16th International Conference, SCSM 2024, Held as Part of the 26th HCI International Conference, HCII 2024, Washington, DC, USA, June 29–July 4, 2024, Proceedings, Part III. Vol. 14705. Springer, 2024. P. 29-48.

Working paper
Difficulty overdose? Inconclusive effect of the disfluent font on reading in second language

Tsigeman E., Likhanov M., Kalinnikova L. et al.

00. 00. PsyArXiv Preprints, 2024


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The seminar will be held on June 13 at 11.00 online
Speaker: Aliya Redchenko, fourth-year student of the "Psychology" program at National Research University Higher School of Economics
Victoria Yerofeyeva, intern-researcher of the Laboratory for the Psychology of Salutogenic Environment and the Centre for Modern Childhood Research, graduate student of the school of psychology.
Moderator: Sofya Reznychenko, PhD in Psychology, Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Psychology, National Research University Higher School of Economics.

The seminar will examine the relationship between pedestrian walking speed as an indicator of stress and the attractiveness of the urban landscape (greenery, traffic noise, tree height, and the winding nature of pedestrian paths). The walking speed of 1,364 pedestrians was measured at four locations on May 2, 2024, from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM. It is argued that the pace of life for city dwellers decreases in more attractive landscapes. The main dynamics of changes in walking speed throughout the day are outlined, correlating with the primary purpose of walking: increasing in the morning and evening due to commuting to work and home, and decreasing during the day and late evening when walking becomes more recreational. The results obtained suggest that enhancing landscape attractiveness can be used as a method to slow down the pace of urban life and reduce the impact of stressors associated with a fast-paced lifestyle.

In the second part of the seminar, Victoria Yerofeyeva will share her experience of studying at the University of Zurich as part of postgraduate studies for laboratory employees and answer questions from the audience. The University of Zurich is the largest university in Switzerland and one of the world's leading centres in the field of psychology.