A new paper from Professor Betsy Levy Paluck evaluates the state of contact hypothesis research.
News Archive 2018
Read the interview in the June issue of Monitor on Psychology, a publication from the American Psychological Association.
The Department of Psychology celebrates graduating seniors, honors recipients, and award winners at Class Day 2018.
Niv will be honored during the Graduate School’s Hooding ceremony Monday, June 4, 2018.
Assistant Professor Diana Tamir and researchers explore how social media affects people’s enjoyment, engagement, and memory of experiences.
Her research looks at unraveling how social networks and norms influence our interactions with one another.
Hasson is digging into the big questions of how we exchange ideas, thoughts, and memories with others.
How the cells of the brain communicate to enable learning, memory, and socialization inspire Witten's research.
With a grant from the Schmidt fund, a team of psychology professors seek to build a powerful online research platform.