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Book
Changing values and identities in post-communist world
In print

Edited by: N. Lebedeva, Р. Димитрова, J. W. Berry.

Springer, 2018.

Book chapter
Oscillatory modulations in theta and beta band dissociate two types of responses in auditory condensation task

Zhozhikashvili N. A., Nurislamova Y., Novikov N. et al.

In bk.: VII International Conference Aspects of Neuroscience, Warsaw, Poland (November 24-26). Faculty of Biology University of Warsaw, 2017.

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

MacInnes W., Bhatnagar R.

Psychology. PSY. Высшая школа экономики, 2017

News

All Cultures Day at the School of Psychology

On December 21st  Master's programme in Applied Social Psychology organized the 4th annual All Cultures Day at the School of Psychology. International students from many faculties and schools, including Preparatory year students, gathered to celebrate HSE’s multicultural environment and the Russian New Year.

Working Emotional Intelligence in Business and Education

The Master Programme "Psychology in Business" HSE, together with the European Association of Cultural and Emotional Intelligent Projects (EACEIP), the International Center of the Coaching Training Consulting (CTC), and the International Network of Children's Schools for the Development of Emotional Intelligence (EI CHILDREN) took part in the organization and holding of the First International Science -Practical Conference "Working Emotional Intellect in Business and Education".

‘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.

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.