We are opening an academic position in social psychology at the Center for Social and Cultural Psychology! The position, starting in October 2021, is destined for a full-time academic working on intra- or intergroup processes. We are looking for a good scientist with a love for teaching, a preoccupation for the non-scientific world, and who […]
The CeSCuP will soon have a new member! Youri Mora obtained an F.R.S.-FNRS “aspirant” fellowship to pursue a dissertation titled “Blinded by your perception? A social cognition approach on intersectional invisibility.” Youri’s PhD will be supervised by Olivier Klein and Christoph Leys. The collaboration between Youri and members of the CeSCuP, especially Christoph started already […]
We are proud to announce that two of our Professors, Laurent Licata and Olivier Klein, have received awards for their work! Laurent Licata was awarded the EASP Award for Outstanding Service to the Field for leading the COST action network “Social psychological dynamics of historical representations in the enlarged European Union”. You can find more […]
Robin Wollast, former PhD in our lab, has been awarded a prestigious scholarship from the Belgian American Educational Foundation (BAEF) to pursue a Post-doctorate in the team of Prof. James Gross at Stanford University starting in the fall of 2020. Congrats, Robin!
Congrats to Julia Eberlen for completing her PhD titled “Learning about Groups: The Self and Social Networks in the Emergence of Stereotypes” under the supervision of Profs. Olivier Klein and Matteo Gagliolo. The very successful defense was presented online given the (partial) lockdown.
Patricia Mélotte, chercheuse au sein du CeSCuP, a obtenu le prix de la journée de la recherche de la Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles. Ce prix récompense un thèse de doctorat excellant dans une thématique pertinente par rapport aux compétences de la fédération. La thèse, sous la supervision de Laurent Licata, s’intitule: “Confrontation ou évitement: Étude des […]
The project “Socio-Cognitive Impact of Literacy” (SoCOIL), lead by Régine Kolinsky and Olivier Klein, kicked off with its first meeting earlier this month! Throughout this collaboration between the UNESCOG (CRCN) and the CeSCuP, three doctoral candidates and one post-doctoral researcher will work together to find out whether improving reading and writing skills will also help […]
New publication by members of our lab (spearheaded by Julia Eberlen). Where we show that making people aware that their responses will be made (anonymously) available has no bearing on their willingness to take part in a study. Informed consent about data sharing is no obstacle to participation. It’s open access and you can check […]