Academic staff
Researcher interests: Unconscious processes, consciousness, high level cognition, motivation and emotion
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Social Sciences
DEPARTMENT: Psychology
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Selected Publications

Ran Hassin, katherine zee, maya rossignacmilon, niall bolger
causal processes in psychology are heterogeneous (2019)| Journal of Experimental Psychology: General| Read more
Hillel Aviezer, Ran Hassin, jacob israelashvili
when emotions run high a critical role for context in the unfolding of dynamic real life facial affect (2019)| Emotion| Read more
asael sklar, Leon Deouell, Ran Hassin
integration despite fractionation continuous flash suppression (2018)| Trends in Cognitive Sciences| Read more
Ran Hassin, shira cohenzimerman
implicit motivation improves executive functions of older adults (2018)| Consciousness and Cognition| Read more
abir, asael sklar, Ran Hassin, ron dotsch, todrov
the determinants of consciousness of human faces (2018)| Nature Human Behaviour| Read more
Hillel Aviezer, Ran Hassin, noga ensenberg
the inherently contextualized nature of facial emotion perception (2017)| Current opinion in psychology| Read more
Ariel Goldstein, Ran Hassin
commentary definitely maybe can unconscious processes perform the same functions as conscious processes (2017)| Frontiers in Psychology| Read more
inherently ambiguos an argument for contextualized emotion perception (2017)| The science of facial expression, 2017, ISBN 9780190613501, págs. 333-352| Read more
Ran Hassin, shira cohenzimerman
implicit motivation makes the brain grow younger improving executive functions of older adults (2017)| | Read more
alexander todorov, Ran Hassin, ron dotsch
statistical learning shapes face evaluation (2016)| Nature Human Behaviour| Read more
Ran Hassin, jennifer savary, Tali Kleiman, ravi dhar
positive consequences of conflict on decision making when a conflict mindset facilitates choice (2015)| Journal of Experimental Psychology: General| Read more
arit glicksohn, baruch eitam, Asher Cohen, Ran Hassin, roy shoval, Yaacov Schul
relevance based selectivity the case of implicit learning (2013)| Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance| Read more

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