Social cognition, gender and self-psychology

The School of Psychological Sciences Tel Aviv University - Social cognition, gender and self-psychology

It has long been recognized that people react to reality through the lenses of their cognitive representations of it. This is one of the main explanations for individual differences in reactions to situations. Social cognition aims to understand processes involved in the perception, judgment, information processing and memory of social concepts, such as gender, knowledge, risk, distance, and even one’s self. It investigates factors affecting the development of cognitive representations, and their impacts in various life domains.

Those topics are investigated in our school by:

Prof. Nira Liberman, Prof. Yechiel Klar, Prof. Shoshana Shiloh, Prof. Rachel Karniol, Prof. Dov Shmotkin, Prof. Dafna Yoel, Dr. Nurit Shnabel, Prof. Gal SheppsProf. Yoav Bar- Anan

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