The workshop brings together scholars from across psychology whose work is driving forward our understanding of social cognition. Recent research on social cognition has benefitted from theoretical and methodological integration from other areas of psychology. The workshop will therefore showcase the exciting work of researchers from experimental social psychology, cognitive neuroscience and related traditions. It is hoped that this forum will help to highlight opportunities for future advances for the field as it tackles core questions underpinning human social cognition and behaviour.
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Organisers: Andrew Bayliss and Natalie Wyer