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W.Joseph MacInnes

  • W.Joseph MacInnes has been at HSE since 2013.

Education and Degrees

  • 2004
  • 1999

    Bachelor in Computer Technology
    Technical University of Nova Scotia

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Term 1,2 (Fall 2015)  General Psychology

Term 1,2,3,4 (2015/2016) Workshop on Machine learning and Computational Modelling


Term 1,2 (Fall 2015) Experimental Psychology


Research team 'NUG' 2017 grant winner for the project 'A computational model to simulate visual stability from eye movements and spatial attention',  Visit our group website at



Attention, Computational Modelling and Eye movement (ACME)

Our research group was one of the winners for the 2017 Research team Project competition! (НУГ: https://www.hse.ru/science/scifund/nug_2017)

Visit our website for more details http://social.hse.ru/en/psy/acme


Timetable for today

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Results of Competition for Research and Teaching Laboratories Announced

This year, HSE has supported the founding of 10 new Research and Teaching Laboratories (RTLs) in various fields, from cognitive psychology and computer modeling, to international justice and economics of sports.

Seminar on Teaching at HSE

On November, 22 International Faculty Support Unit has organized a peer-to peer workshop for international faculty members on teaching at HSE. The seminar enabled newcomers to get acquainted with specifics of the teaching process at HSE, and their more experienced colleagues had an opportunity to share their experience.

‘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.