Experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience of human higher cognitive functions: language, reading, mathematics; brain mechanisms of conscious versus non-conscious processing
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Social cognition as it operates without conscious awareness or control and dissociated from intention and values; implicit bias arising from group memberships (age, class, ethnicity, gender, religion, nationality)
- Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Harvard University
The typical & atypical development of social & cognitive skills in children over the early years, particularly with respect to structural & functional brain development.
Social determinants and psychological mechanisms leading to symptoms of severe mental illness (hallucinations, delusions); novel psychological treatments for people diagnosed with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other serious psychiatric disorders
Social psychology, with a focus on emotion, prosocial behaviour, attitudes & attitude change, & social identity