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Changing values and identities in post-communist world
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Edited by: N. Lebedeva, Р. Димитрова, J. W. Berry.

Springer, 2018.

Book chapter
Life(!) on Stage: Building an interface for the network analysis of TEI-encoded drama corpora
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Fischer F., Göbel M., Milling C. et al.

In bk.: TEI Conference and Members’ Meeting 2017 Book of Abstracts. Vol. 16. Victoria: University of Victoria, 2017.

Working paper
Where does attention go when facilitation is absent?
In print

MacInnes W., Bhatnagar R.

Psychology. PSY. Высшая школа экономики, 2017

News

Researchers Uncover How to Boost Learning Efficiency in Neurofeedback Paradigm

Researchers to Predict Cognitive Dissonance according to Brain Activity

A new study by HSE researchers has uncovered a new brain mechanism that generates cognitive dissonance – a mental discomfort experienced by a person who simultaneously holds two or more contradictory beliefs or values, or experiences difficulties in making decisions. The results of the study have been published in the paper ‘Open Access Neural Mechanisms of Cognitive Dissonance (Revised): an EEG Study’in The Journal of Neuroscience.

‘Russians May Be Happier Than They Appear, but They Hide It’

A comparative cross-cultural study conducted by the HSE International Laboratory of Positive Psychology of Personality and Motivation has found that Russians tend to be as open with their friends as Americans, but unlike Americans, Russians prefer to hide their happiness when talking to strangers or government officials.

Repeating non-verbs as well as verbs can boost the syntactic priming effect

According to Glasgow and HSE/Northumbria researchers, repetition of non-verbs as well as verbs can boost the effect of syntactic priming, i.e. the likelihood of people reproducing the structure of the utterance they have just heard.

Scientists Reveal Relationship between Perfectionism and Insomnia

Researchers from the Higher School of Economics, Northumbria and Oxford universities have found that perfectionism combined with increased anxiety can lead to sleep disturbances.

HSE Researchers Uncover Why Morning People Should Not Work at Night

It has been known for a long time that early risers work less efficiently at night than night owls do. But researchers from the Higher School of Economics and Oxford University have uncovered new and distinctive features between the night activities of these two types of individuals. At night, early risers demonstrate a quicker reaction time when solving unusual attention-related tasks than night owls, but these early risers make more mistakes along the way.

Pets Can Help Families Deal with Relationship Problems

Getting a pet when your child is going through a challenging developmental stage can be a good idea, a recent study suggests.