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Regular version of the site
Book
Non-Western Identity. Research and Perspectives

Acar Y. G., Adams B. G., Galyapina V. N. et al.

Switzerland: Springer, 2021.

Article
Existential Wellbeing, Mental Health, and COVID-19: Reconsidering the Impact of Lockdown Stressors in Moscow

Klimochkina A., Nekhorosheva E. V., Kasatkina D. A.

Psychology in Russia: State of the Art. 2022. Vol. 15. No. 2. P. 14-31.

Book chapter
‘Escape Route’, ‘Constant Reboot’ and ‘Tamagotchi’ as triumvirate of phubbing

Maksimenko A., Deyneka O. S.

In bk.: Abstracts of the 7th International Conference on Behavioral Addictions. Vol. 11. Iss. 1. Nottingham, United Kingdom, 2022. Ch. MT-2G6. P. 312-312.

Working paper
The Influence of Happiness and Anxiety on Emotional Stroop Effect

Martynova E., Shakirova S. A., Lyusin D.

Psychology. PSY. Высшая школа экономики, 2022. No. 131.

Research&Expertise – News

‘HSE Gave Me a Chance to Meet New People and Explore a New Part of the World’

Joseph MacInnes has been Assistant Professor at HSE School of Psychology since 2013. He teaches both undergraduate and graduate students of HSE Faculty of Social Sciences. In February he conducted an extended workshop on eyetracking for students of Master’s programme Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: from Neuron to Cognition. Professor MacInnes has talked to HSE News Service about his work at HSE, the nature of his research and shared his recommendations for international students on better adapting to Russian culture.

John Berry and Peter Schmidt have won PROSE Awards

The publication "International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition)" won the main prize of the 40th annual PROSE Awards in the category "Excellence in Reference Works". Two of the Area Editors have affiliation with National Research University Higher School of Economics — John Berry (co-head of International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research), and Peter Schmidt (former co-head of International Scientific-Educational Laboratory for Socio-Cultural Research).

A Story on How an Economist Is Helping Create ‘Smart’ Artificial Limbs

A Story on How an Economist Is Helping Create ‘Smart’ Artificial Limbs
The Higher School of Economics is very serious about students getting involved in undergraduate research. For Russian Science Day, celebrated on February 8, the HSE News Service spoke with three young HSE researchers about their work and learned how the students set goals for themselves, achieve results, and move forward with what some might deem frighteningly ambitious research ideas. One of them was Elizaveta Okorokova, second-year student in the ‘Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: From Neuron to Cognition’ master’s programme.

John Berry's Talk: Patterns and determinants of immigrants' sense of belonging to Canada and their source country, and relationships with their well-being

On 24 November John Berry (Chief Researcher Fellow of our laboratory, Professor of Queens University, Canada) took part in the «Culture matters» research seminar with the report on "Patterns and determinants of immigrants' sense of belonging to Canada and their source country, and relationships with their well-being".

HSE Researchers to Create a Mathematical Model of the Brain

The HSE Centre for Cognition and Decision Making together with a group of other Russian research centres is about to begin work on creating a mathematical model of the human brain. With its help scientists will be able to study the processes which take place in the brain and brain disease. It could be used for medical purposes in the future.   

Alienation Leads to Endorsement of War

The lower a person's resilience, the greater their alienation from themself, other people, and society. In turn, self-alienation and a lack of personal relationships can cause one to approve of military action as a solution to international conflicts, according to Olga Gulevich, Associate Professor of the HSE School of Psychology, and Andrey Nevruyev, postgraduate student of the same department.

Behavioural Genetics Research as a Path to Optimise Learning for All

Behavioural Genetics Research as a Path to Optimise Learning for All
On October 5th, 2015 Yulia Kovas will give an open lecture at the HSE Centre for Cognition & Decision Making — 'An Introduction to Behavioral Genetics'. Professor of Genetics and Psychology at Goldsmiths College, London University and Co-director of the Russian British Laboratory of Psychogenetics and author of many academic articles, Yulia Kovas will talk about the problems facing contemporary behavioral genetics, how DNA influences the individual variations of a person’s psychological features, what role the interaction between genes and the environment plays in the formation of behaviour and other questions of contemporary behavioral genetics.

HSE – Mapping the Brain's Potential

HSE – Mapping the Brain's Potential
Can the brain be linked directly to the computer? What areas of the brain are involved in speech recognition? What impacts on decision-making and how to other people influence this process? Can you calculate people's inclination to take risks? Participants in the 'Cognitive Control, Communication and Perception: Psychological and Neurobiological Aspects' conference, which took place September 29-30, 2015 at the  Centre for Cognition & Decision Making  at HSE.

Art as a Research Tool

The First International Summer Workshop on Alternative Methods in Social Research, which took place from July 13th to 19th 2015, in Barcelona, was dedicated to hybrid methods of evaluation in the arts and life sciences. Anna Paukova, lecturer at the HSE School of Psychology (Department of Psychology of Personality) participated in the event.

New article "Ensemble summary statistics as a basis for rapid visual categorization" by Igor Utochkin

New theoretical paper by Igor Utochkin on ensembles is now published in Journal of Vision. He tried to explain how our visual system uses summary statistics to transform the continuous variation of visible features into discrete categories. This aids our ability to see multiple items as representing same or different types of objects (say, leaves on a tree or apples among these leaves) at a moment.