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Agnieszka Golec
Agnieszka Golec
Full Member; Visiting Professor
Agnieszka Golec research interests' and expertise lie in the areas of social and political psychology. She is particularly interested in predictors of political radicalisation, violence and prejudice. She is interested in collective and individual narcissism and their social consequences. She is also interested in how prejudice is embodied.
Beate Seibt
Beate Seibt
Beate Seibt is a social psychologist. She works on social relations, self regulation and facial mimicry, among other topics. Beate is an Associate Professor at the University of Oslo and a Visiting Professor at ISCTE-IUL. She worked at CIS from 2008 to 2012 with a Ciência grant, and currently as a member of the CIS team in the European funded "Food risk and benefit communication" project.
Carla Alexandra Dias Lima Branco
Carla Alexandra Dias Lima Branco
Carla Branco received her Master degree in Social and Organizational Psychology from ISCTE-IUL. Currently, she is a Ph.D. student at Lisbon Ph.D. Social Psychology program (LiSP). She studies the impact of social and socio-psychological determinants on the health and well-being of disabled people, namely, the role of intergroup contact and social identification.
Carla Mouro
Carla Mouro
Carla Mouro's work is at the interface of social, environmental and community psychology, focusing on how individuals and communities respond to and enable laws for sustainability, namely those regulating protected areas and biodiversity conservation. She is interested in citizens’ involvement in environmental issues, and representations and identities linked to social and environmental risks.
Carla Murteira
Carla Murteira
Non PhD Associate Member; PhD Student
Carla Murteira received her Master degree in Experimental Psychology at University of Minho. She worked as research assistant since 2011 in Social Psychology and Research Methodology´s projects. She is currently a PhD student in the Lisbon PhD Social Psychology (LISP).
Denis Sindic
Denis Sindic
Denis's research focuses on national identity and political attitudes, using both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. His current project looks at the relationship between identification with Europe, the perceived legitimacy of sharing wealth and political decisions at the European level, and political attitudes to the EU. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Denis_Sindic
Enrica Boager
Enrica Boager
Enrica is PhD student in Psychology ( ISCTE-IUL/CIS-IUL). She is interested in the study of the construction of meanings and identities in a context of change, specifically related to urban space and collectivity. Her PhD project aims to explore some of the psycho-social aspects associated with the conflicts and changes brought about by the intensification of tourism in the city of Lisbon.
Fabio Fasoli
Fabio Fasoli
Fabio Fasoli was awarded a PhD in 2011 at University of Trento (Italy). From 2012 till 2013, he was a post-doc fellow first at CITEC (University of Bielefed, Germany) and then at University of Padua (Italy). In 2014-2015 he was a post-doc in a project entitled "Sharing what other believe: Separating information stereotypicality and complexity in communication" (by Dr Elizabeth Collins).
Hélder Alves
Hélder Alves
Hélder Alves is currently a Marie Curie fellow with a project on belief in a just world expression by elites. His research interests focus on social norms and justice, specifically the belief in a just world as both a motivation and a socially valued discourse that legitimates social arrangements.
Hugo Toscano
Hugo Toscano
Hugo Toscano is interested in face perception. The focus of his research is related with the inference of traits from the human face and the way that these traits can be physically represented.
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