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Prof. Nilly Mor

Congratulations to the PhD candidate Bushra Masalha, Prof. Nilly Mor and Dr. Shiri Ben-David

5 January, 2022

Congratulations to the PhD candidate Bushra Masalha, Prof. Nilly Mor and Dr. Shiri Ben-David, who were awarded a grant by the Israel Cancer Association along with collaborators Prof. Nazanin Derakshan from Birkbeck University of London, UK and Dr. Adi Nitzan-Luques from Hadassah medical center.

Why do individuals who are dissatisfied with the system do not engage in efforts to create social change?

Why do individuals who are dissatisfied with the system do not engage in efforts to create social change?

26 December, 2021

Given the extent of inequality in the world, it is surprising that protests are rare. It seems that even those who are not happy with the sociopolitical institutions and arrangements on which they depend do not participate in protests. Why do individuals who are dissatisfied with the system do not engage in efforts to create social change?

Congratulations to Kusum Thuwal

Congratulations to Kusum Thuwal

30 November, 2021
Congratulations to Kusum Thuwal on winning the PhD international talent award at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Kusum will start her PhD at prof. Ayelet N. Landau's laboratory. She will study rhythmic sampling and visual exploration using EEG and psychophysics. The research is funded by the Israel Science Foundation. Good luck Kusum and welcome to huji psychology and cognitive and brain sciences departments!
Prof. Eran Halperin

the effect of immersive 360° video on inducing a more critical perception of the participant's ingroup’s actions in the conflict

21 November, 2021

A new study by Dr. Yossi Hasson and Prof. Eran Halperin, in corporation with IDC Herzliya researchers conducted in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, examined the effect of immersive 360° video on inducing a more critical perception of the participant's ingroup’s actions in the conflict.

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Disengaging punishment avoidance is difficult for humans

12 September, 2021
Disengaging punishment avoidance is difficult for humans

It is known that compulsivity is linked to a problem in planning based on a cognitive map of the environment, which is necessary for predicting the consequences of our actions. Paul Sharp, from Dr. Eran Eldar’s lab, found that this problem is associated with a more fundamental impairment in learning the structure of cognitive maps. Paul demonstrated this impairment in three different experiments in collaboration with researchers from University College London.

See full article https://psyarxiv.com/63fq8/(The paper expected to be published at Psychological Medicine).