The UK Social Cognition Network seeks to support the training of early career scientists and to promote social cognition as a subject area in the UK. Our goal is to bring people together, encourage collaborations, and engage individuals and organisations inside and outside academia.
Social cognition spans across social and organisational psychology, cognitive psychology, and neuroscience. The aim of SCONET is to capitalise on our strengths in these domains to build a justifiable reputation worldwide for excellence and critical mass in British social cognition.
Questions, concerns, suggestions? Please do get in touch:
Dr Mario Weick
School of Psychology, Keynes College
University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT27NP, UK
Phone: +44 (0) 1227 824253
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SISSA International Summer School in Social Cognitive Neuroscience (SCoNe)
15 - 28 July
Social Cognitive Neuroscience is an emerging field with an interdisciplinary vision on human behavior in social contexts. This perspective, built on confluence of neurological, cognitive, and social sciences, addresses fundamental questions... more
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