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Research&Expertise

Our students invite you to join the Journal Club of Brain and Behavior!

Our Master's students organized student Journal Club dedicated to cognitive neuroscience and psychology

Illustration for news: CCCP19: Russian-French Symposium on Neuroeconomics

CCCP19: Russian-French Symposium on Neuroeconomics

The HSE will host the first seminar on neuroeconomics, organized jointly with École normale supérieure (Paris). Neuroeconomics studies the decision-making process and uses economic approaches to study the brain and achieve neuroscience to adjust economic decision-making models.

Illustration for news: HSE’s Annual Student Research Paper Competition Now Open

HSE’s Annual Student Research Paper Competition Now Open

HSE’s annual student research paper competition has begun accepting applications for the 2019 cycle. The competition is open not only to students of HSE University but to students of any university, both in Russia and abroad. You can submit research papers in Russian or in English. The application deadline is October 15.

Illustration for news: The open lecture "Polygenic Prediction in Education" by Yulia Kovas

The open lecture "Polygenic Prediction in Education" by Yulia Kovas

We are pleased to invite you to the open lecture "Polygenic Prediction in Education" by Yulia Kovas, PhD, Professor of Genetics and Psychology, Goldsmiths, University of London.
When: 12:10~13:30 on October 30
Where: Room № 418, Armyansky pereulok, 4 - Department of Psychology
Language: English

Illustration for news: The seminar "Using Virtual-Reality (VR) for Psychological studies: it is more than a display hanging in front of your eyes" by Tadamasa Sawada, PhD

The seminar "Using Virtual-Reality (VR) for Psychological studies: it is more than a display hanging in front of your eyes" by Tadamasa Sawada, PhD

We are pleased to invite you to the seminar “Using Virtual-Reality (VR) for Psychological studies: it is more than a display hanging in front of your eyes” given by Tadamasa Sawada, PhD, Assistant Professor at School of Psychology, HSE.
When: May/17 (Wed) from 15:10 Where: Room #106

Everyone Wants to Be a Pioneer: HSE Students Study African Languages, the Mind, and Military Dictatorships

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.

Illustration for news: Open lecture “Neuroscience and neurorehabilitation of language: Theory – Experiment - Translation” by Professor Friedemann Pulvermüller

Open lecture “Neuroscience and neurorehabilitation of language: Theory – Experiment - Translation” by Professor Friedemann Pulvermüller

We are pleased to invite you to “Neuroscience and neurorehabilitation of language: Theory – Experiment - Translation”, open lecture by Friedemann Pulvermüller on Febraury, 9th at 5 pm.

Illustration for news: Maria Yurevich, 2nd year Master student, has published a paper on heterogeneity effect in visual search

Maria Yurevich, 2nd year Master student, has published a paper on heterogeneity effect in visual search

The paper has been published in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance

Illustration for news: Elizaveta Okorokova, 2nd year student of our Master's programme, and colleagues have published the article in high-profile scientific journal

Elizaveta Okorokova, 2nd year student of our Master's programme, and colleagues have published the article in high-profile scientific journal

The paper has been published in Frontiers in Neuroscience

An intensive course "From single-cell neurophysiology to neuronal ensemble recordings and brain-machine interfaces" by Mikhail Lebedev (Ph.D., Duke University, USA); December 23rd - 25th, 2014

Mikhail Lebedev (Ph.D., Duke University, USA)  will give an intensive course "From single-cell neurophysiology to neuronal ensemble recordings and brain-machine interfaces"