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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

Vasily Klucharev: ‘Our Brain Identifies Losing Money and Standing out from the Crowd as Catastrophes’

There are numerous ways of impacting people’s decisions, you can convince, intimidate, hypnotise, or use particular tools on certain parts of the brain. Why do scientists do this and what do these experiments show? Vasily Klucharev, Head of HSE’s School of Psychology answers questions posed by Olga Orlova, who hosts the  Hamburg Score  programme on Russia’s Public Television Channel.

Talk by Samuel McClure (Stanford University)

Professor from Stanford University Samuel McClure gave a talk on «Cognitive and Neural Processes in Delay Discounting».

Graduates Employed by Their Alma Mater Share Its Values

Some university teachers, but not all, are involved in their school's affairs and tend to take its failures personally and celebrate its successes as their own. Some teachers are willing to work weekends, help their colleagues and engage in various extracurricular activities, while others stick firmly to their job descriptions and rarely agree to do anything not expressly stated in their contract. According to Andrey Lovakov, what makes a difference between the former and the latter is the level of commitment to their institution determined by a number of factors.

Why are some societies more cooperative than others?

New research by Evgeny Osin and his collaborators shows that our personal perspective on time can determine how we cooperate.

‘The Mind is Not a Mystical Entity That We Can Only Discuss in Theoretical Terms’

‘The Mind is Not a Mystical Entity That We Can Only Discuss in Theoretical Terms’
Melanie Sheldon, an instructor at the University of Missouri – Columbia, recently offered a lecture course at the HSE Winter School 2015 on the psychology of motivation, which was organized by the International Laboratory of Positive Psychology of Personality and Motivation, headed by Dmitry Leontiev. She also offered an open lecture on 'Sex and Evolutionary Psychology' at HSE. Melanie recently spoke with the HSE news service about her experience taking part in the HSE Winter School.

Vasily Klucharev: People are Conformists by Nature

Vasily Klucharev: People are Conformists by Nature
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Head of HSE School of Psychology Vasily Klucharev showed what occurs in the human brain when a person’s opinion conflicts with the majority’s opinion. What happens in the brains of nonconformists? What causes the «herd mentality»?

Jeremy M. Wolfe: Hybrid Search: How Long-term Memories Interact with Visual Search

On October 28, 2014 Jeremy M. Wolfe (Harvard Medical School, USA) spoke on ‘Hybrid Search: How Long-term Memories Interact with Visual Search’

Jeremy M. Wolfe: Dancing Chickens and Gorillas in the Lung: If I Can See So Much, Why Do I Miss So Much?

On October 27, 2014 Jeremy M. Wolfe (Harvard Medical School, USA) spoke on ‘Dancing Chickens and Gorillas in the Lung: If I Can See So Much, Why Do I Miss So Much?’

Why Study Emotions Across the World

Why Study Emotions Across the World
Professor Gerrod Parrott from Georgetown University has come to the HSE for a brief visit to deliver a series of lectures to master’s students at the Faculty of Psychology. On October 17 he also gave a public lecture on ‘Effects of American and Russian Cultures on Emotions’. The aim of the presentation was to introduce several research topics, describe preliminary findings and explore possibilities of collaboration with Russian researchers in this field.