Experimental and Applied Psychology

The department of Experimental and Applied Psychology is a department that uses the experimental method to study human behavior and the underlying processes. Our research focus is on theory of human social behavior and human cognition. The knowledge and rigorous methodology is used to solve applied problems in society and organizations. Currently the department consists of two sections: Social and Organizational Psychology and Cognitive Psychology.

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Section Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive psychology explores how we focus our attention in the visual world. Why is our attention drawn by some objects, while other clearly visible objects are sometimes completely overlooked?
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Section Social & Organizational Psychology

Science is about truth, about progress and innovation. This makes science so fascinating. Social and organizational psychology science is all the more interesting because it is about the reality to which we all belong.
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