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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
Life(!) on Stage: Building an interface for the network analysis of TEI-encoded drama corpora
In print

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

Spring school of business psychologists, HSE, London

The spring school of business psychologists in London has passed. It was held at the University of Westminster (University of Westminster) from 20th  to 25th  of March 2017. 

Jon Rawski tells about two years at HSE and his future plans….

Jon Rawski is a Master student at the Higher School of Economics. He will attend a Ph.D. Program at the Department of Linguistics Stony Brook University, New York USA.

Neuroscientists Know How Much You’re Willing to Pay for Something

A project developed by a group of three HSE psychology students received the award for best biotech project at the Entrepreneurial Breakthrough of the Year competition held by the Skolkovo Moscow Business School. A grant to study at Skolkovo was awarded to Andrei Kislov, Egor Levchenko, and Egor Selivanov for their work on neuromarketing technology that determines the subjective cost of a good based on electroencephalographs. 

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.