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Vladimir Kosonogov

  • Vladimir Kosonogov has been at HSE University since 2019.

Responsibilities

Reaserch in the field of psychophysiology of decision making and emotions. Consultation of students concerning psychophysiological research.

Education and Degrees

  • 2015

    PhD
    University of Murcia

  • 2011

    Master's
    Southern Federal University

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Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

 

Awards and Accomplishments

 

Postgraduate Studies

 

Publications

 

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Article Kosonogov V., Sanchez-Navarro J. P., Martinez-Selva J. M., Torrente G., Carrillo-Verdejo E. Social stimuli increase physiological reactivity but not defensive responses // Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. 2016. Vol. 57. P. 393-398. doi

20151

Article Kosonogov V., Titova A., Vorobyeva E. Empathy, but not mimicry restriction, influences the recognition of change in emotional facial expressions // The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 2015. Vol. 68. P. 2106-2115. doi

20141

Article Kosonogov V. Psychometric analysis of the Russian version of the Empathy Quotient // Psychology in Russia: State of the Art. 2014. Vol. 7. P. 96-104. doi

20121

Article Kosonogov V. Why the mirror neurons cannot support action understanding // Neurophysiology. 2012. Vol. 44. P. 499-502. doi

20111

Article Kosonogov V. Listening to action-related sentences impairs postural control // Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 2011. Vol. 21. P. 742-745. doi

20091

Book Косоногов В. В. Зеркальные нейроны: краткий научный обзор. Ростов н/Д : Антей, 2009.

Conferences

2019
V Международная научная конференция ПСИХОЛОГИЯ СТРЕССА И СОВЛАДАЮЩЕГО ПОВЕДЕНИЯ: ВЫЗОВЫ, РЕСУРСЫ, БЛАГОПОЛУЧИЕ (Кострома). Presentation: Лист совладания: новый приём вмешательства с доказанной эффективностью

 

Grants

 

Academic Supervision

for a degree of Candidate of Science
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Courses (2022/2023)

Courses (2021/2022)

Courses (2020/2021)


Employment history

02.2017 – 08.2019, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Senior Lecturer at Department of Psychophysiology and Clinical Psychology

- lectures and seminars (psychophysiology, stress, family psychology);

- research and supervision (EEG, ECG, SCR, posturography);

- science popularisation (scientific fairs, open days, school psychological events);

 

05.2015 – 12.2015, University of Murcia, Spain

Investigator at School of Psychology

- research (EEG, ECG, SCR, posturography);

- maintenance of equipment

 

06.2010 – 02.2012, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Assistant at Laboratory for psychophysiology

- assistance to professors and students in practical courses and experiments (EEG, ECG, SCR, lie detection, posturography, biofeedback training);

- science popularisation (scientific fairs, open days, school psychological events);

- maintenance of equipment

Timetable for today

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HSE University Researchers Adapt Emotional Contagion Scale to Russian Language

Scholars from the HSE Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience have translated the Emotional Contagion Scale into Russian and validated it on Russian-speaking participants. It was the first study of how people unconsciously ‘catch’ other people’s emotions using a Russian sample. The results of the survey, which involved more than 500 respondents, demonstrate that women are more inclined to imitate emotions of others than men. The study was published inFrontiers in Psychology. 

Russian Researchers Propose New Approach to Studying Facial Emotion Recognition

Researchers of the HSE University and the Southern Federal University (SFedU) have tested a new method for studying the perception of facial emotional expressions. They suggest that asking subjects to recognise emotional expressions from dynamic video clips rather than static photographs can improve the accuracy of findings, eg in psychiatric and neurological studies. The paper is published in Applied Sciences.