THE CULTURAL LOGIC OF HONOUR AND SOCIAL INTERACTION: A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON
The HONORLOGIC project examines the role of honour in social interactional processes in cultural groups surrounding the Mediterranean and beyond.
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HONORLOGIC Postdoctoral Research Associate to receive the IACCP Triandis doctoral thesis awardDr Alexander Kirchner-Häusler is the 2020 recipient of the Harry and Pola Triandis Doctoral Thesis Award The award by the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP) ‘is intended to honour […]
HONORLOGIC PI CONTRIBUTES TO OPEN ACCESS DEBATEProf. Ayşe K. Üskül participates in APS Open Access discussion Discussing her perceptions of open access and how the OA system might change the future world of research, Prof. Üskül […]
HONORLOGIC Principal Investigator Profiled in APS ERC ArticleProf. Ayşe K. Üskül interviewed in Observer piece on Psychological Science and the European Research Council In an article on the importance and ‘influence of ERC funding on the psychological […]
Psychology professor receives major European Research Council grantNew research at the University, funded via a £1.8 million European Research Council grant, will consider how people from different cultures differ in the way
Professor Ayşe Üskül awarded ERC Consolidator GrantProfessor Ayse Uskul has been awarded a five-year European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant for a project
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In HONORLOGIC, we will examine for the first time three social behaviors (coordinating, compromising, apologizing), that are fundamental to the tension between self-interest and collective welfare, across a range of cultural groups in relation to individual- and cultural-level honor endorsement.